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Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Billboard Campaign Comes To Riverton

Earlier this month, a billboard was posted in Casper to highlight the high rates of violence and abuse perpetrated against Indigenous women. Now, you'll see the same billboard on the corner of East Main and Federal Street in downtown Riverton.

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David Sedaris, Live In Laramie

Wyoming Public Media presents NPR humorist and best-selling author David Sedaris at the University of Wyoming Arts & Sciences Auditorium. Join us Monday October 28 at 7:30 p.m.

Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality

Several state departments are warning Wyoming residents about the risks of algal blooms.

Identical Business Address from three LLCs - all linked to Tom Clarke
Multiple Secretary of State Websites

Virginia businessman Tom Clarke, who recently came close to owning Westmoreland's Kemmerer mine, appears to be the back-up bidder in Cloud Peak Energy's asset sale. That comes despite his name not being immediately connected to the LLC in public court documents.

The business address of Aspen Coal & Energy, LCC (Aspen) matches up with two other Tom Clarke-led LLCs in Merida Natural Resources and Western Coal Acquisition Partners in Roanoke, Virginia. In the articles of organization for the company, the entity forming the company was Clarke Investments, LLC.

Wild animals are protected within dozens of wildlife refuges across the Mountain West. But some of those areas are contaminated, because they used to be nuclear sites.

Frank Lemere Native American Presidential Forum

Nine Democratic Presidential hopefuls and one independent candidate are gathered in Sioux City, Iowa for the Frank Lemere Native American Presidential Forum. Many Native voters are watching closely from the Wind River Reservation.

Savannah Maher

Earlier this month, a billboard was posted in Casper to highlight the high rates of violence and abuse perpetrated against Indigenous women. Now, you'll see the same billboard on the corner of East Main and Federal Street in downtown Riverton.

Civil rights groups have filed a class action lawsuit against Immigration and Customs Enforcement for failing to treat the medical and mental health needs of detainees. Two of the plaintiffs are being held in the Mountain West. 

Wyoming Game and Fish Department

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has launched a new way for the public to connect with the outdoors, using live web cameras throughout the state.

Shipments from the Navajo Mine to its only customer Four Corners Power Plant
US Energy Information Administration

After more than nine months of searching for a buyer, Cloud Peak Energy has chosen its winning bidder. U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware Judge Kevin Gross approved the sale today with NTEC taking on all of Cloud Peak's assets including its Antelope and Cordero Rojo mines. 

Since the Great Recession, personal income and jobs have grown across the country and throughout our region. But that growth is uneven.

Sheridan County

Sheridan County has put partial fire restrictions in place for the time being.

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Grand Teton Music Festival 2019 Season

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Wyoming Public Media honors the 150th anniversary women's right to vote.

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Classical Wyoming

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NPR News

Fifty years ago this August, Miles Davis assembled a group of musicians to record the sprawling, groundbreaking album Bitches Brew. With the sounds of Jimi Hendrix, Sly & the Family Stone and James Brown in his head, Davis plugged in and brought these electric rock sensibilities to jazz.

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with author Alexandra Fuller about her memoir, Travel Light, Move Fast. It centers on her father, Tim Fuller, a self-exiled black sheep who left England for Africa.

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A man in Miami seemed to be trying to clear his name this week when he presented himself to police as someone who had his gun stolen recently, but the event took a surprising turn when police realized he was the man they suspected in a high-profile shooting over the summer.

Miami-Dade police Det. Lee Cowart told NPR that when Carlints St. Louis walked into a Florida police station saying his gun had gone missing it was "the icing on the cake" after authorities had been homing in on him in recent weeks.

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