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Employers in Cheyenne Hiring Wyoming's Heroes

Posted: 04/30/2014 - More than 60 employers were at Little America today for the “Hiring Our Heroes” job fair. The event connects vets and military spouses of all ranks and levels of experience with potential employers.

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Wyoming Remembers Holocaust Victims

Posted: 04/30/2014 - The state of Wyoming welcomed members of the Wyoming Jewish community to the Capitol to remember the Holocaust. NewsChannel 5's Kyle Markley tells us today was about more than remembering the past.

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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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Feds spend $236M to help landowners protect grouse

Posted: 04/30/2014 - The federal government has paid $236 million to landowners in 11 states to preserve sage grouse habitat amid a debate over whether the bird should be listed as an endangered species — potentially hindering energy development and ranching.

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Burgess named presidents of WHSAA

Posted: 04/30/2014 - Terry Burgess, of Sheridan, has been named the next president of the Wyoming High School Activities Association board of directors.

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Jury Selection Begin in Uden Murder Trial

Posted: 04/29/2014 - A 40-year-old murder case involving an elderly Missouri woman arrested last fall, is beginning here in Cheyenne. Jury selection began this morning in the first-degree murder trial of 75-year-old Alice Uden.

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Wyoming Looking for Solutions in Workplace Deaths

Posted: 04/28/2014 - Workers Memorial Day is observed around the country every year on the last Monday in April. Wyoming honored its fallen workers Monday at the State Capitol, but the state is also looking for answers to how these tragedies can be prevented.

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Generation Lost

Posted: 04/28/2014 - In a three-part series, Carlie McGuire takes a look at the increase of commuters coming to Cheyenne, and what that could mean for the city in the future.

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Jim Bridger Power Plant to cut nitrogen oxide

Posted: 04/28/2014 - The Jim Bridger Power Plant in Sweetwater County is installing up to $280 million in pollution-control equipment that will reduce nitrogen oxide emissions by 12 percent.

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Laramie County school in midst of building boom

Posted: 04/28/2014 - Work is underway on two elementary schools in the Cheyenne area, part of about $40 million in construction and planning expected this spring and summer in Laramie County School District 1.

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Wyoming car chase ends in shots fired

Updated: 04/28/2014 - A suspect being sought by law enforcement for a shooting in Hawk Springs in southern Goshen County led Troopers on a pursuit Saturday evening and then shot at Troopers once he was stopped.

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Chamber Welcomes Tutoring Club

Updated: 04/24/2014 - For nearly two years, the Tutoring Club of Cheyenne has been giving kids and adults the tools they need to help achieve their educational goals.

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Jackson mapping sliding hillslide

Posted: 04/24/2014 - Workers are drilling the first of four holes around a sliding hillside in the resort town of Jackson to help engineers map ground movement and analyze the soil.

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