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Parents Planning Lawsuit over Funding Cuts to Wyoming's Disabled

Posted: 06/23/2014 - Parents of disabled children and adults say the Wyoming Department of Health is deliberately ignoring legislation. Many parents in Wyoming are experiencing cuts in funding needed to care for their children. Parents, legislators and state schools Superintendent Cindy Hill all expressed their concern over the funding cuts during a news conference at Little America Monday.

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Wyoming Headlines

Posted: 06/23/2014 - The top headlines from across Wyoming.

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Bike Cheyenne Week June 23-27

Posted: 06/22/2014 - Bike Cheyenne Week is right around the corner and we need you to help us celebrate. Cheyenne will host a variety of activities and events to enjoy and encourage biking during the week of June 23-27.

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City Council to Vote on Solid Waste Fee Hike Monday

Posted: 06/22/2014 - Cheyenne City Council is set to vote Monday night on a resolution that would raise trash fees. If the new rate is approved, solid waste fees would be raised by 3.4 percent.

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Wheatland 8th Graders win National Title for Science Competition

Posted: 06/22/2014 - A few weeks ago we told you about a group of innovative Wheatland Junior High students that had been named one of five national finalists in the eighth grade division of the 12th annual E-Cybermission science competition. We are proud to announce the team of Joey Madsen, Jacob Stafford, Haiden Moody and Christian Moody were named the eighth grade champions!

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Fraternity Rides for People with Disabilities

Posted: 06/22/2014 - Fraternity brothers of Pi Kappa Phi are biking across the country to help those with disabilities on their “Journey of Hope”. They made a stop in Cheyenne Saturday on their 4,300 mile journey from Seattle to Washington D.C.

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Wyoming Brewers Festival Big Success

Posted: 06/22/2014 - The festival featured more than 30 different breweries and 88 different beers this year. Over $15,000 was raised Friday night with all net proceeds going back to the Cheyenne Depot.

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Children’s Museum Withdraws Request For Lease Agreement With City

Posted: 06/20/2014 - Mayor Rick Kaysen and the Board of Directors of the Children’s Museum of Cheyenne announced today the Children’s Museum of Cheyenne has withdrawn its request that the Cheyenne Governing Body consider a lease agreement between the City of Cheyenne and the Children’s Museum of Cheyenne.

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Wyoming Brewer's Festival

Posted: 06/20/2014 - The Wyoming Brewers Festival will be serving up two days of great fun, good beer and tasty food in Cheyenne.

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Wyoming Headlines

Posted: 06/20/2014 - The latest headlines from across the Cowboy State.

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First Responders Train for Emergency Situation

Posted: 06/18/2014 - Far too often we see emergency situations around the country involving a shooter or even a bomb threat. But what happens when those situations happen in Wyoming? NewsChannel 5's Kyle Markley tells us how local teams are working to keep you safe with a massive collaborative effort took in Laramie today.

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Soccer Interest Growing in Cheyenne

Updated: 06/18/2014 - The USA's heart stopping world cup victory over Ghana has Wyoming excited about soccer! But the world cup is just adding to a continuing local interest in the sport. NewsChannel 5's Kyle Markley has more on Cheyenne's new favorite sport.

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Wyoming Communities Seek Almost $14 Million in Grants

Posted: 06/17/2014 - The Wyoming Business Council board has recommended approving the almost $14 million in grants last month. Now the grants are scheduled to go before the State Loan and Investment Board for a vote Thursday.

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Group spurs debate on reservation boundary

Posted: 06/15/2014 - Representatives of Wyoming tribes and a national group dedicated to ending tribal sovereignty held a lively but civil debate over a boundary dispute involving the state, a federal agency and the tribes.

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California man accused of enticing young Laramie County girl

Posted: 06/14/2014 - Federal court documents unsealed Friday say that a 13 year-old Laramie County girl turned to her parents for help after a stranger she encountered on the Internet in recent weeks demanded she produce sexually explicit videos.

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Roundabout Landscaping Complete

Posted: 06/13/2014 - For the last year, motorists have had to contend with orange cones at the roundabout, but now the paint is down and the trees are up.

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Wyoming State Museum Hosts WWII Exhibit

Updated: 06/10/2014 - It's nearly 5,000 miles from Wyoming to Omaha Beach, but the effect World War II had on the Cowboy State was profound.

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Gov. Mead names new policy directors

Posted: 06/07/2014 - Governor Matt Mead has a new policy director. In a press release, Mead named Mary Kay Hill as his Policy Director. Hill takes over for Shawn Reese who was selected as the CEO of the Wyoming Business Council.

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