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Wyoming residents asked to be mindful of moose

Posted: 03/09/2014 - Wildlife officials are asking residents in a handful of western and northwestern Wyoming towns to be mindful of moose and other wildlife that may show up in neighborhoods.

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Shed antler gathering off limits in some areas

Updated: 03/08/2014 - Wildlife officials are reminding Wyomingites that gathering shed horns and antlers is prohibited on most public lands, including state lands west of the Continental Divide until April 30.

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Governor Mead signs bills into law

Updated: 03/07/2014 - Governor Mead signed 10 bills into law on Friday morning at the State Capitol. Mead spent more than an hour signing the bills in the presence of legislative sponsors and civilians.

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Wyoming coal sale hiatus takes hold in weak market

Posted: 03/07/2014 - Diminished demand for coal to generate electricity effectively has achieved an environmentalist goal of suspending sales of federal coal reserves in Wyoming's Powder River Basin.

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Legislative Wrap Up

Updated: 03/07/2014 - NewsChannel 5’s Robert Geha is at the State Capitol one last time with this year’s legislative wrap up.

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Cindy Hill Planning Return to Work on Monday

Updated: 03/06/2014 - It’s been more than five weeks since the Wyoming Supreme Court ruled the removal of Cindy Hill, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, was unconstitutional. She has still not returned to office. Now Hill’s saying the time for waiting is over. NewsChannel 5's Kyle Markley has the details on Hill's latest move in this ongoing battle.

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Legislative Report

Updated: 03/06/2014 - Lawmakers wrapped up their budget session Thursday afternoon as Governor Mead thanked them for their work. And Legislative leaders held their final news conference for this session. NewsChannel 5’s Robert Geha is at the State Capitol with more on today’s developments.

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Bill to compensate exonerated inmates dies

Posted: 03/06/2014 - A bill spelling out how Wyoming could compensate people who served time in prison before being exonerated by DNA evidence has died in the Legislature.

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Laramie man killed in North Dakota crash

Posted: 03/06/2014 - A rear-end collision in Williams County involving a Ford F-650 work truck and a semitrailer killed a Wyoming man and resulted in a saltwater spill.

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WYDOT to Begin Study for 80 mph Speed Limit Law

Updated: 03/05/2014 - There is over 900 miles of interstate highway in Wyoming. Beginning this summer drivers could be covering those miles quicker than ever. The Wyoming Legislature has passed House Bill 12, a law that would allow WYDOT to raise speed limits from 75 to 80 miles per hour pending their study to see what sections a raised speed limit would be safe.

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Legislative Report

Updated: 03/05/2014 - Lawmakers spent the day putting the finishing touches on legislation. And both houses waiting for the governor to act on the budget . NewsChannel 5’s Robert Geha has more on that in Wednesday's legislative report.

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House approves loan program bill aimed at Cody Lab

Posted: 03/05/2014 - The Wyoming House of Representatives has amended a bill to specify that the state treasurer must secure an adequate security interest in projects the state could support through a new large-project loan program.

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LCSD1 Shows Boundary Proposals for new Elementary

Updated: 03/05/2014 - Laramie County School District 1 officials invited the community to a public forum to discuss boundaries for the new Prairie Wind Elementary school Tuesday night.

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UW selected for summer science camp

Posted: 03/05/2014 - The University of Wyoming has been selected to host a special hands-on summer science camp for the fifth consecutive year.

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