WPR News
7:45 am
Mon April 17, 2006

Utilities Get Involved with WY-CA Power Line Project

Laramie, Wy – Wyoming is one step closer to selling more power to Nevada and California. With Utah the four states are working to ge what they will call the Frontier Line built. It is an electric transmission line and is billed as a way to get clean energy to the big western states. Wyoming's role would be to provide the electricity from coal power plants and wind farms. Monday Governor Dave Freudenthal and other western leaders announced they have reached an important deal with private utilities.

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WPR News
8:22 am
Fri April 14, 2006

Suspect Arrested After Bank Robbery, High Speed Chase

Laramie, Wy – A bank robbery in Cheyenne this morning led to a high speed chase and shots fired. The suspect robbed the First Interstate bank, fled and started a high speed chase from Cheyenne to Laramie on I-80. During the chase law enforcement agents did shoot at the suspect. But, the man evaded police and reached Laramie, stopping finally at a residence where law enforcement fired more shots before arresting the man.
The F-B-I is heading up the investigation, but agent Michele Velasquez says she has not received many details about the case yet.

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6:53 am
Fri April 14, 2006

What Wyoming citizens think about high gas prices.

Wyoming – What Wyoming citizens think about high gas prices.

6:52 am
Fri April 14, 2006

An interview on the challenges and changes the state's HIV/Aids population is facing.

Wyoming – An interview on the challenges and changes the state's HIV/Aids population is facing.

6:52 am
Fri April 14, 2006

Special legislation to help someone receive residency

Wyoming – Congresswoman Barbara Cubin is introducing special legislation to help someone receive residency

6:52 am
Fri April 14, 2006

Jim and Jamie Dutcher who discuss their six years of living with wolves.

Wyoming – An interview with Jim and Jamie Dutcher who discuss their six years of living with wolves.

6:48 am
Fri April 14, 2006

John Turner discusses wildlife issues with Bob Beck.

Wyoming – Former Assistant Secretary of State and Fish and Wildlife Director John Turner discusses wildlife issues with Bob Beck.

6:48 am
Fri April 14, 2006

10-thousand children in the state don't have health insurance

Wyoming – 10-thousand children in the state don't have health insurance and half of those children come from families without insurance.

6:42 am
Fri April 14, 2006

Aaron Alpern reports on attempts to build a meat processing facility in the state.

Wyoming – Aaron Alpern reports on attempts to build a meat processing facility in the state.

6:41 am
Fri April 14, 2006

Many Wyoming children are being raised by their grandparents and Kristin Espeland reports that leads to some challenges.

Wyoming – Many Wyoming children are being raised by their grandparents and Kristin Espeland reports that leads to some challenges.

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