Rawlins, Wyo. – A former Rawlins Police captain and Carbon County commissioner has been charged with sexual assault, soliciting a child to participate in illicit acts, furnishing alcohol to minors and other crimes.
In court documents, the Carbon County Attorney's office says Adam "Lee" Meacham sexually abused a teen between the ages of 15 and 17 years old while the girl was participating in a police department ride-along program. He faces 15 criminal charges in the case.
Cheyenne, Wyo. – Gov. Dave Freduenthal says he plans to attend services in Wright for a Wyoming soldier killed in Iraq.
A funeral service will be held Tuesday for Army Staff Sgt. Ryan Zorn at the Wright Baptist Church. Zorn will be buried at Black Hills National Cemetery near Sturgis, S.D. The Department of Defense says the 35-year-old graduate of Upton High School died last week in a vehicle accident in Iraq.
Myron Zorn, Ryan's father, says U.S. Sens. Mike Enzi and John Barrasso are also scheduled to attend.
Wyoming – For the past several years Wyoming has had one of the highest rates of workplace fatalities in the country. This year industry representatives and state officials have been trying to identify ways to better protect workers. Wyoming Public Radio's Renny MacKay reports on what may change and what won't.
Wyoming – The Judiciary Committee did agree to sponsor a bill that further regulates carbon sequestration. That's the process of storing carbon dioxide underground. It's been hailed as a way to make the coal industry "cleaner." Nancy Freudenthal is on the state's carbon sequestration task force, which advises the legislature on the issue. She tells Addie Goss that this new bill addresses legal responsibility for carbon dioxide once it's injected underground. Part of the process involves bonds.
Wyoming – In Wyoming , the numbers of those with H-I-V has tripled over the last year. Wyoming health officials have instituted a variety of efforts to test more people for H-I-V and some say this proves the testing is working. But for others, the increase of newly positive cases is troubling. Bob Beck reports.