Articles from the September 19, 2019 edition

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Corporate income tax legislation moving forward

PINEDALE – Preparing to vote on legislation that would enact a corporate income tax in Wyoming, the Joint Committee on Revenue on Thursday found itself missing two members and with two choices to make. There was the option to advance an imperfect... Full story

 

Cheyenne shooting suspect released from custody five days earlier

CHEYENNE – A Cheyenne man charged in a fatal shooting earlier this week was released from custody five days earlier because prosecutors declined to move forward with a pending case of misdemeanor theft and misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine.... Full story

 

Wyoming News Briefs SEPTEMBER 20

First Wyoming case of vaping-related illness confirmed in Uinta County EVANSTON (WNE) – The first case of vaping-associated lung illness in Wyoming has been confirmed in a Uinta County resident, according to a press release issued by the Wyoming... Full story

 

Wyoming News Briefs SEPTEMBER 23

Riverton police kill man after knife attack RIVERTON (WNE) — A Riverton Police Department officer shot a man to death Saturday afternoon outside Walmart after the man attacked the officer with a knife, eyewitnesses said. The shooting happened on... Full story

 

Clean Water change pleases farmers, concerns environmentalists

CASPER — The Trump administration forged ahead on its 2017 promise to rollback regulations under the Clean Water Act this month, stripping away a rule that expanded federal protections to smaller streams and wetlands. The announcement was met with... Full story

 

Wyoming News Briefs SEPTEMBER 24

Yellowstone Airport sets records through summer CODY — Yellowstone Regional Airport is entering its slower winter season with great momentum from the previous summer. For the respective months June through August, the airport set records for total... Full story

 

Wyoming football player facing felony charges for allegedly pointing gun at two people

CASPER — A University of Wyoming football player is facing felony charges after allegedly pointing an unloaded handgun at two people during an incident last week. Allen Smith III, a freshman defensive back, was booked into the Albany County... Full story

 

Man shot by Riverton officer identified; inquest pending

RIVERTON — The Fremont County Coroner’s Office will hold a public inquest into the officer-involved shooting that resulted in the death of Anderson Antelope, 58, of Riverton, on Saturday at Walmart. Officials said the Riverton Police Department... Full story

 

Wyoming News Briefs SEPTEMBER 25

Riverton man arrested in 36-year-old ‘cold case’ RIVERTON (WNE) — A Riverton man was indicted Friday for a murder that occurred 36 years ago in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Willie Moore, 61, appeared in Lander Circuit Court Monday morning to face his... Full story

 

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