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Natrona County Law Enforcement Promotes Seat Belt Use Around Memorial Day
Nationally in 2017, 10,076 unbuckled passenger vehicle occupants died in crashes.
Person Injured in Shooting During Pursuit on I-25 in Casper
The person is being treated at the Wyoming Medical Center
Former Casper Doctor Questioned About Prescriptions Without Visits
Monday morning, Shakeel Kahn admitted that he did not keep good records of visits, and often copied and pasted notes from previous patient visits on more recent visits.
Former Casper Doctor Defends His Prescription Drug Practice
The trial resumes at the Ewing Kerr Federal Courthouse, 111 S. Wolcott, at 9 a.m. Monday. The prosecution is expected to conduct an extensive cross-examination.
Yellowstone Park Warns Visitors of Cow Elk with Their Calves
Calving season is generally late-May to early-June.
Lander Police Report Second Threat at Middle School on Thursday
Additional law enforcement officers will be at all the Lander schools on Friday.
Judge Delays Casper Prescription Drug Trial After Defendant Falls Ill
The Arizona Board of Medicine suspended Shakeel Kahn’s license in August 2016, three months before the Wyoming Board of Medicine did the same in November.
Tony Cercy Appeals His Sex Crime Conviction to the Wyoming Supreme Court
The Wyoming Attorney General's Office has 45 days to respond to Cercy's appeal.
Man Attempts Suicide Hours Before Sentencing for Child Sexual Abuse
In October, James Sanders pleaded guilty to one count of sexual-degree sexual abuse of a minor, which is punishable by up to 20 years imprisonment.
Casper Man Pleads Not Guilty, Not Guilty by Reason of Mental Illness to Killing His Mother
Andrew Steplock is being held on a $1 million cash bond.
Woman Sues Casper Probation Officer for Sexual Harassment
Jaret Maul's authority as a probation officer included having access to her file including counseling records and prescriptions.
Casper Police Received Intelligence About Possible Biker Gang Activity at Parade
The police escort for the May 4 parade required blocking numerous intersections, including East Second Street and Wyoming Boulevard, which is the busiest intersection in the state.