2 killed, 4 injured in crash during Montana police chase

A suspected intoxicated driver and one of her passengers died in a crash on the Northern Cheyenne Indian Reservation while fleeing Bureau of Indian Affairs officers trying to make a traffic stop
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Absentee voting for Wyoming primary election underway

The Wyoming Secretary of State's Office says absentee voting is now open for the August primary election
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At least 8 people injured by large hail at Colorado zoo

Authorities say at least eight people were hospitalized after being hit by large hail at a zoo in southern Colorado
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Attorneys argue over Wyoming governor candidate eligibility

The issue over whether Republican gubernatorial candidate Taylor Haynes meets state residency requirements has ended up in court
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Authorities ID victims in fatal crash during police chase

Authorities in southeastern Montana have released the names of two people who died in a crash that happened while they were fleeing a Bureau of Indian Affairs officer
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Authorities ID victims of 2 fatal crashes at Sturgis Rally

The Highway Patrol has identified victims of two fatal crashes related to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in western South Dakota
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Basketball academy works to address recruiting challenges

A South Dakota basketball academy is working to address recruiting challenges for athletes who live on Native American reservations
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Bugs, bark helped Boy Scout survive in Wyoming wilderness

A 13-year-old boy who got lost in the Wyoming wilderness for 37 hours and ate bugs and bark to help him survive says he worried about whether he would see his family again
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Cheyenne base replaces Bible display with Book of Faith

The Bible that sits on prisoner of war/missing in action memorial tables at a Cheyenne air force base has been replaced with a Book of Faith in effort to be more inclusive
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Cheyenne doctor performs first cochlear implant in Wyoming

Robert McCartney has struggled with progressive hearing loss for more than 20 years, likely a result of transporting minerals in and out of deafening coal mines for decades
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Cheyenne Frontier Days eyes new festival building

Cheyenne Frontier Days plans to break ground on a new building after this year's July 20-29 event
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Cheyenne Frontier Days sees more spectators in the stands

Cheyenne Frontier Days organizers say overall attendance increased by about 9,000 over last year
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Cheyenne man charged with May killing

Wyoming prosecutors have charged a 25-year-old man in a May shooting near Cheyenne that left one man dead and a woman injured
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Cheyenne police propose stricter penalties for eluding

Cheyenne police are asking state lawmakers to consider passing stricter penalties for drivers who flee from police
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Colorado cleans up after storm flipped trucks, small planes

A powerful storm that charged through northeastern Colorado has ripped off roofs, flipped trucks and small airplanes, and damaged crops
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Colorado Springs' 8-week-old giraffe euthanized

A Colorado Springs zoo says it decided to euthanize its 8-week-old giraffe after veterinarians determined that her dislocated hip, infected leg and other health complications would severely impact her quality of life
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Colorado Springs' baby giraffe euthanized

A Colorado Springs zoo says it decided to euthanize its eight-week-old giraffe after veterinarians determined that her dislocated hip, infected leg and other health complications would severely impact her quality of life
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Colorado Springs' eight-week-old giraffe euthanized

A Colorado Springs zoo says it decided to euthanize its eight-week-old giraffe after veterinarians determined that her dislocated hip, infected leg and other health complications would severely impact her quality of life
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Colorado woman hit by historic train identified

The 56-year-old woman who was struck and killed by an historic steam train in northern Colorado has been identified as Kelly M. Yarish of Brighton
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Colorado zoo closed after hail storm injures 5, kills birds

A Colorado zoo has been closed after hail killed two birds and sent five people to the hospital
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Colorado zoo closed after large hail storm hospitalizes 5

A Colorado zoo is closed after large hail killed two birds and sent five people to the hospital
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Colorado zoo reopens 5 days after big hailstorm

The Cheyenne Mountain Zoo in Colorado Springs has reopened five days after being pummeled by a hailstorm that killed at least five animals
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CSU equine team provides veterinary support to horses at CFD

The often unsung heroes of rodeo are getting a little extra TLC at Cheyenne Frontier Days from a certified veterinarian and veterinary students from Colorado State University
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Dismembered body found in Louisiana woods

Louisiana authorities say detectives found a dismembered body in woods, and believe it is that of a missing man
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Dismembered body found; Sheriff: 'Very bizarre'

Louisiana authorities say a dismembered body found last week is that of a man last seen by his family on July 2
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Eagle Butte woman pleads not guilty to tribal theft charge

An Eagle Butte woman has pleaded not guilty to stealing from a tribal organization on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation
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Eagle Butte woman sentenced for stealing from tribal store

An Eagle Butte woman has been sentenced to a month in custody for embezzling from a tribal business on the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
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Former Wyoming DCI agent files discrimination lawsuit

A former special agent with the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation says he was discriminated against and forced to step down from the agency because he's Hispanic
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Groups sue in pursuit of Wyoming state vendor data

Groups' lawsuit claims Wyoming's state auditor has failed to deliver public records involving state vendors
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Hail hurts 14 people, kills 2 birds at Colorado zoo

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail injured 14 people and killed at least two animals
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Hail hurts 14 people, kills at least 2 birds at Colorado zoo

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail injured 14 people and killed at least two animals
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Hail injures 14 people, kills 3 animals at Colorado zoo

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail injured 14 people and killed at least three animals
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Judge allows Wyoming gubernatorial candidate to stay in race

Man running for Wyoming governor amid accusations he lives in Colorado will remain in the race
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Man charged in police pursuit, deadly crash in Cheyenne

Charges have been filed against a 27-year-old man after authorities say he was driving the pickup truck that fled from police and crashed in Cheyenne, killing a passenger
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Man involved in Mafia slaying gets probation for drug charge

An 82-year-old man who was convicted in the 1970s killing of a nephew of notorious mob boss Carlo Gambino has been sentenced to three years of probation for a felony drug charge in Wyoming
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Man pleads not guilty to sex abuse charge on reservation

A Cherry Creek man has pleaded not guilty to sexually abusing a girl on the Cheyenne River Sioux Reservation
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More people applying for Wyoming hunting licenses

The number of people applying for Wyoming resident and non-resident deer and antelope licenses and resident elk licenses this year has increased
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Native foster care court seeing successes in first year

When social workers take a Crow, Northern Cheyenne, Assiniboine or Sioux child from their parents in Yellowstone County, 75 percent go to live somewhere with a Native connection - mostly to relatives or a tribe-approved foster home
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No charges for Cheyenne police who killed man who fired

Cheyenne police won't be charged in the shooting death of a man who fired an AR-15 rifle at them during a standoff in December
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Peahen named Katy Perry latest casualty of zoo hailstorm

A peahen named Katy Perry is the latest casualty of a powerful hailstorm that pummeled a Colorado zoo
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People in northeastern Colorado deal with storm damage

People on the plains of northeastern Colorado are cleaning up from a powerful storm that swept through the state
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Pet supply company to move center to Wyoming by 2019

A cat food and litter manufacturer plans to move from Colorado to Wyoming
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Renewable energy criticized in Wyoming governor's race

Wyoming governor's race goes negative: One candidate criticizes another for supporting renewable energy and a third for state expenditures.
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School leaders, students stress need for mental health care

Wyoming education officials and students say increased access to health care for students is needed to keep schools safe
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Senate sets July 28 National Day of the American Cowboy

The U.S. Senate has declared July 28 National Day of the American Cowboy
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State Supreme Court rules on former Wyoming sheriff's appeal

The Wyoming Supreme Court has overturned one of the four convictions against a former Sublette County sheriff
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Teen killed in single-vehicle crash in Burnham, Maine

Police are investigating a single-vehicle crash that killed an 18-year-old woman in Burnham
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The Latest: 14 people injured by hail at Colorado zoo

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail injured 14 people and killed at least three animals
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The Latest: 2 birds killed by hail at Colorado zoo

A powerful storm that pummeled a busy Colorado zoo with large hail killed two birds and injured at least one other
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The Latest: Colorado zoo cleaning up after hail storm

A Colorado zoo has been closed after hail killed two birds and sent five people to the hospital
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The Latest: Colorado zoo closes after damaging hailstorm

A zoo in southern Colorado will be closed Tuesday so crews can repair damage from a powerful hailstorm that injured at least eight people
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The Latest: Hail hurts 8 people, kills 3 animals at zoo

A powerful storm that pummeled a zoo in southern Colorado with large hail, injuring at least eight people, also killed three animals
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Thunderbirds air show draws record crowd at Cheyenne

A record number of people turned out to watch the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds perform aerial feats above Cheyenne in southeast Wyoming this week
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Today in Nebraska-August

Today in Nebraska-August
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Tornado watch issued for portions of 4 states

Forecasters have issued a tornado watch for portions of four states
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Trial set for gubernatorial candidate's residency dispute

An Aug. 7 trial date has been set for a Republican gubernatorial candidate accused of being ineligible for the office because of questions about his residency
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Trump tweets endorsement of Wyoming US Senate incumbent

Trump endorses incumbent John Barrasso over a wealthy opponent in Wyoming's upcoming Republican primary
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UW grad has bred, trained some of steer wrestling's stars

Sean Mulligan never pictured himself breeding horses
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Woman accused abusing vulnerable man sentenced to probation

A caretaker accused of taking advantage of an elderly man before his death has been sentenced to probation
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Woman taking photos of steam train struck and killed

A woman who was taking photographs of a steam train was struck and killed over the weekend after wandering too close to the tracks
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Wyoming changing to new temporary vehicle tags

The Wyoming Department of Transportation says temporary vehicle tags are getting a makeover to make them more secure and to prevent fraud
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Wyoming game commission OKs increased wolf hunting season

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved a wolf hunting season this fall that allows for hunters to take up to 58 wolves
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Wyoming game commission Oks wolf hunting season

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved a wolf hunting season this fall that allows for hunters to take up to 58 wolves
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Wyoming governor to testify on Endangered Species Act

Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead will testify next week before a U.S. Senate committee about the Endangered Species Act
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Wyoming Lottery shares profits with cities, towns, counties

The Wyoming Lottery has provided nearly $1.5 million in profits for distribution to state cities, towns and counties
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Wyoming man pleads guilty to not paying income tax

A Wyoming man has pleaded guilty to two counts of willfully failing to file his income tax returns and one count of making a fraudulent application for health care benefits
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Wyoming officer's gun discharges at Colorado youth game

A Wyoming police officer whose gun accidentally discharged at a youth baseball tournament in Colorado last month has been charged with two misdemeanors
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Wyoming officials oppose returning war-trophy church bells

Elected officials from Wyoming oppose plans to return church bells seized as war trophies from the Philippines over a century ago
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Wyoming opioid task force meets to discuss education, laws

Members of the Wyoming Legislature's Joint Opioid Addiction Task Force met for the first time this week to discuss the statewide issue of prescription opioid abuse
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Wyoming panel OKs air service plan for executive review

A panel created to attract commercial air service to Wyoming has come up with a draft plan
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Wyoming political robocall ban ruled unconstitutional

A federal judge has ruled unconstitutional a Wyoming law that bans the use of robocalls by political organizations
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Zoo animal death toll rises after intense Colorado hailstorm

One more bird has died and a meerkat is still missing and is presumed dead after a powerful hailstorm pummeled a Colorado zoo
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Zoo cleaning up after hail kills 2 birds, injures others

A Colorado zoo is cleaning up after a hail storm that killed two birds and sent five people to the hospital
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