Wyoming legislative session ending with budget veto dispute

Wyoming Legislature nears adjournment amid spat between lawmakers, governor over an otherwise mundane budget bill
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Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust records 100th conservation

The Wyoming Stock Growers Land Trust has completed its 100th conservation project
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Colorado slaying may be linked to robberies in Wyoming, Utah

Authorities say three people suspected of a fatal shooting in Colorado may also have robbed a store in Wyoming and a bank in Utah later the same day
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Wyoming lawmakers defeat college technical-ed grants program

Wyoming lawmakers defeat proposed technical-education grant program amid concern it would cost the state millions without delivering intended results
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Wyoming lawmakers debate boating-under-influence limit

Wyoming lawmakers debate legal limit for boating under influence of alcohol
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Groups intend to sue over new Wyoming grizzly hunt law

Groups file notice of intent to sue over a new Wyoming law that could authorize grizzly bear hunting even though grizzlies are federally protected
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Wyoming considers wider area for antler-collection rules

Antler collectors could have to comply with new rules under a measure close to passing the Wyoming Legislature
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Snow too thick to plow keeps skiers from California resorts

Winter weather enveloping California's mountains for a fourth straight day are keeping skiers from hitting the slopes at the start of the Presidents Day holiday
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Wyoming lawmakers advance energy equipment tax break

Wyoming lawmakers advance proposed property tax break on equipment used in energy production
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I-80 reopened in Wyoming; winter storm in western Wyoming

A 100-mile section of Interstate 80 in southern Wyoming reopened Friday after being closed the day before because of snow and strong winds
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Death-penalty repeal fails in Wyoming despite new support

Death-penalty repeal fails in Wyoming Senate after getting more support from state lawmakers than ever before
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Felony fleeing police advances in Wyoming Legislature

A House committee has given its recommendation to legislation that would toughen penalties for people who commit serious offenses while fleeing police
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Senate panel OKs dropping writing from college entrance exam

Legislation to no longer require Wyoming high school students to complete a writing test in college entrance exams is advancing through the state Legislature
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Dangerously cold weather hitting Wyoming

Dangerously cold weather is hitting Wyoming, with wind chill readings lower than 40 below zero recorded in some areas
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Cigarette tax hike bill defeated in Wyoming House

A bill that would have increased Wyoming's tax on cigarettes by 50 cents a pack has failed in the state House of Representatives
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Wyoming bill allows takeover of national parks in shutdown

Proposed legislation that would allow the state of Wyoming to take over operation of Yellowstone National Park and other federal facilities during a federal gov
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Infrastructure protest bill dies in Wyoming Legislature

A bill that would impose tougher penalties against protesters who intentionally disrupt the operation of refineries, power plants, pipelines, mines and other su
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Man sentenced to 40 years for killing near Cheyenne

A 22-year-old Wyoming man has been sentenced to 40 years in prison for killing a 19-year-old Cheyenne man while robbing him of marijuana and cash
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Wyoming Senate defeats bill on crime against pregnant woman

A bill that would have imposed separate penalties for the death of an unborn child during a crime against a pregnant woman has failed in the Wyoming Senate
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Wyoming Senate approves Medicaid work bill

A proposal that would put work requirements on certain Medicaid and food assistance recipients in Wyoming has passed the state Senate
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Wyoming developer plans 70,000-square-foot convention center

A Wyoming developer plans to build a 70,000-square-foot hotel and convention center in the state's capital
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Infrastructure protest bill advances in Wyoming Legislature

A legislative committee has advanced a bill that would impose tougher penalties against protesters who intentionally disrupt the operation of refineries, power
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Wyoming House passes repeal of death penalty

A proposal to end the death penalty in Wyoming has been passed by the state House of Representatives
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Wyoming House passes bill for waiting period for abortions

The Wyoming House of Representatives has passed a bill that would require a 48-hour waiting period for women planning to have an abortion in the state
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