WPR News
9:31 pm
Wed January 13, 2010

Senator concerned about tuition hikes

WPR News
8:46 pm
Tue January 12, 2010

Lummis says Obama adminstration against domestic oil, gas and coal

Washington D-C – Lummis pissed
1-12-09
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WPR News
8:42 pm
Tue January 12, 2010

Drop in CBM and Coal hurts Campbell County

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WPR News
8:41 pm
Tue January 12, 2010

Group wants better accounting of DUI's

WPR News
8:38 pm
Tue January 12, 2010

Tribe wants to enter into Yellowbear case

Riverton, Wy – The Northern Arapaho Tribe wants to join a tribal member's federal court challenge of his murder conviction in the 2004 beating death of his daughter.
The tribe recently asked a federal appeals court in Denver for
permission to file a brief supporting Andrew Yellowbear's appeal.
Yellowbear maintains that Wyoming lacked jurisdiction to
prosecute him in the death of 22-month-old Marcela Hope Yellowbear.
He says the girl suffered her injuries in Riverton, which he says
is "Indian Country."

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WPR News
6:15 pm
Mon January 11, 2010

New rural law center opens at UW

WPR News
4:35 pm
Mon January 11, 2010

Many Wyoming Residents on Food Stamps Have No Other Income

Laramie, Wy – A growing number of Wyoming people are living on food stamps without any cash income. In over 3,200 Wyoming households, there are no wages coming in, no unemployment benefits, no welfare, no worker's comp and no child support. The number of Wyoming households without any income has increased 60 percent since this time last year.

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