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Man found guilty of assaulting woman outside Casper bar
A jury found a Wyoming man guilty of two felonies for sexually assaulting a woman with Down Syndrome in the parking lot of a Casper bar.Raymond Martin Brown was convicted Friday night of one count of third-degree sexual assault and one count of abuse of a vulnerable adult. The jury returned the verd
Bar Nunn man arrested on suspicion of stalking woman and assaulting her with knife
Authorities booked a Bar Nunn man into jail early Friday morning in connection with allegations that over a period of months he held a knife to a woman's neck, broke into her home and hid in her empty car, grabbing her by the throat once she got behind the wheel.Prosecutors charged Gill E. Weidner,
Troubles with Casper Codes Discussed at Council
Casper City Council members passed the first reading of the property maintenance code Tuesday and with a 5-4 vote members elected to keep a specific part within the code.News 13's Amy Lanski has more on that section which caused some disagreement.Council members say section F in this code is what wi
Town of Mills ends contract with Metro, will handle own animal control
Mills will no longer rely on the City of Casper to police its stray dogs and cats, the town announced Friday.The newly-established Community Services Division will be responsible for animal control beginning June 30, according to a press release.Ending the town's contract with Metro Animal Services
Casper Bus Program And The Numbers Behind The Possible Changes
Fiscal year 2019 starts July 1st for the City of Casper and just under two million dollars has been allocated to the bus systems.However many people would like to see more money spent to this vital service.News 13's Justin Roth took a deeper look into the numbers and people it could affect.The Caspe
Casper man loses appeal on conviction for threatening strangers with gun, attempting to steal Coca-Cola truck
The Wyoming Supreme Court on Wednesday upheld a Casper man's conviction for an August 2016 crime spree during which he threatened people with a gun, stole a minivan and attempted to steal a semi truck.The appeals court ruled that a reasonable judge or jury could find Doyle Gabbert failed to prove he
Casper welcomes summer with huge event slate
Most activities are in the morning, when Wyoming summer weather typically behaves. There is a huge slate of activity for families to enjoy on Saturday, and nearly all of it is free. Here is a summary, as provided to the Star-Tribune.The Casper EAAwill be sponsoring Young Eagle Flights and the famous
Immigration Debates Hits Home In Casper
Many of us heard and saw the images of children around our country's southern border.Our border with Mexico became a place of tears and heartache.News 13's Justin Roth shows us what separating children from their parents can really do.The recording is powerful, many people just wanting to come to th
Attack of the Birds in Downtown Casper!
One of them, the cliff swallow, often times makes their home near intersections for one reason.
Mentally disabled woman tells jurors man sexually assaulted her outside of Casper bar
"He also touched me," the woman said, before faltering. She paused, mumbled and then finished her sentence: "Where the lady part is."
Casper City Council Passes Budget; CATC Hopes To Restore $115,000
The Casper City Council on Tuesday passed a balanced budget of nearly $149 million for the next fiscal year that included a $115,000 cut to the local nonprofit Casper Area Transportation Coalition.Councilmembers said they realized they're in a tough spot with trying to be fiscally responsible while
Casper museum celebrates 100th birthday of unusual taxidermy bird
Feathers of emerald green and sapphire blue spike from the head of the century-old bird, who everyone says still looks great. Long tail feathers curve beneath his wooden perch at the Werner Wildlife Museum.He's faded through the years, but the taxidermy specimen still hints at beauty that earned his
Woman Arrested for Child Endangerment at Casper Motel
Casper police officers say they arrested a woman Wednesday evening at a local motel after she was found passed-out drunk in a room with three children whose needs were reportedly not being met.Skylynne Lucilla LaJeunesse, 24, was booked into the Natrona County Detention Center on three recommended c
Casper City Council approves funding for bus service, passes balanced budget
The Casper City Council on Tuesday passed a balanced budget, though one still subject to change.Council members voted 8 to 1 to pass the $148 million budget for the upcoming fiscal year, representing a decrease of about 10 percent compared to the year prior.Councilwoman Kenyne Humphrey cast the sole
One Arrested Following Drug Bust on North Elk Street
Various syringes, straws, mirrors with white powdery residue, razor blades and glass pipes were also discovered.
NMSU rodeo records two top 10 finishes at College National Finals Rodeo
The New Mexico State University rodeo team concluded the College National Finals Rodeo with a pair of eighth-place finishes at the event in Casper, Wyoming, June 10-16.Freshman Blaise Milligan (bull riding) and senior Anna Barker (barrel racing) led the Aggies with eighth-place individual finishes.
Casper volunteers make Barbie pioneer clothing, ties flies
The Casper museum isn't leasing space to a toy store. Rather, the dolls, who are dressed in bonnets and long dresses, are used to illustrate the clothing women wore along the westward trails.
Armed with a laser, Casper skin care clinic offers people a clean start
When he was a teenager in a boys’ home in northern Ukraine, Vadim Williams and his friends cobbled together a tattoo gun.It was little more than a pen and some sort of battery or machine — Vadim had trouble finding the right English words to describe it. In their often unsupervised home, the boys to
Casper's Bus Budget Talks Continue
Tuesday night Casper City Council members discussed budget priorities for the city and discussed some options which could affect transportation for us in Casper.Several people weren't happy with the amount of money allocated for Casper’s bus program CAT-C.The fiscal year for 2019 starts July 1st and
Casper Horseheads beat Spearfish to snap five-game losing streak
HorseheadsThe Casper Horseheads built a big lead and held on for an 11-10 victory over the Spearfish Sasquatch on Monday at Mike Lansing Field.The Horseheads (7-16) led 11-1 after six innings, with Cody Nisbet and Collin Chaney both driving in three runs. But the Sasquatch (10-12) pushed across five