Wyoming Radio News

Hay Prices Remain High [AUDIO]
A Casper woman has pleaded guilty to fraudulently billing Wyoming Medicaid. February hay prices continued to run well above last year. Joy Greenwald has a report. Click past jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
USAF Cancels Thunderbird’s Season [Audio]
Two people have been arrested in a triple slaying in Clark, David Koch reports from Cody. Because of budget cuts, The U.S. Air Force announced Friday that it is cancelling the Thunderbirds entire season. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Sequester Will Affect Farm Programs [AUDIO]
A man serving life in prison for the slaying of a Sheridan businessman will be re-sentenced this year. Doug Randall has the details. Farmers who participate in USDA Farm programs will be affected by the sequester. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Federal Grazing Fees Unchanged [AUDIO]
A panel of scientists has recommended against ramping up a vaccine program as a way to reduce disease prevelance in Yellowstone National Park Bison. Amy Richards has a report. The federal grazing fee will remain at the minimum  level allowable for the 7th straight year--a development that has rekind…
Wyoming Seeks NCLB Waiver [AUDIO]
The Wyoming Department of Education filed for a federal No Child Left Behind Act waiver on Thursday. Doug Randall has more details. Kevin Koile reports that four women in Casper have been arrested for Prostitution. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.
Enzi Internship Deadline Approaching [AUDIO]
An environmental group has filed a lawsuit in federal court seeking to overturn government approvals for seven coal mines in four states. Amy Richards has a report. U.S. Senator Mike Enzi says the deadline to apply for internships in his Washington D.C. office this summer is March 15. Click past jum…

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