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VA reviews Wyoming records after nurse suspended

Posted: 05/16/2014 - Veterans Affairs officials have been reviewing records in Wyoming after a VA nurse in Cheyenne was put on leave for telling employees to falsify appointment records.

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Under fire for VA scandal, Eric Shinseki faces grilling from Congress

Updated: 05/15/2014 - As reports of serious misconduct come in from VA hospitals across the country, lawmakers are prepared to give Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki the grilling of a lifetime on Thursday when he appears before the Senate Veterans' Affairs Committee.

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MAFFS Training in Wyoming

Posted: 05/01/2014 - Area residents may see more C-130s in the sky over the next few days.

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Military sex assault claims skyrocket; alcohol cited as main factor

Updated: 05/01/2014 - Reports of sexual assaults by members of the military rose 50 percent after the Pentagon began a vigorous campaign to get more victims to come forward, prompting defense officials to order a greater focus on prevention programs, including plans to review alcohol sales and policies.

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High Winds Ground MAFFS Training

Updated: 04/30/2014 - High winds have grounded the Air Guard and U.S. Forest Service's airborne fire fighting training until the end of the week.

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Ex-Blue Angels commander reassigned during sexual harassment inquiry

Updated: 04/24/2014 - -- A former commander of the elite Blue Angels is being investigated by the Navy for allegations that he tolerated a work environment that violated military policies against sexual harassment, the Navy said in a news release Wednesday.

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Gay veteran, 74, denied burial with spouse because of Idaho law

Posted: 04/24/2014 - Madelynn Taylor has earned the right to be buried at the Idaho Veterans Cemetery because of her six years of service in the Navy. But her now-deceased wife can't join her because state law doesn't recognize their marriage, CBS affiliate KBOI reports.

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Black female lawmakers challenge Army hairstyle ban

Posted: 04/11/2014 - Black female lawmakers are urging Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel to reconsider revised Army regulations that ban hairstyles frequently worn by minority women in the military.

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