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DNA solves 26-year-old Carbon County cold case   By Rawlins Times Via Wyoming News Exchange    RAWLINS — DNA identification technology has led the Carbon County Sheriff’s Office and Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation’s Cold Case Team to close a 26-year-old case of brutal attack and...
Wyoming leads on variant testing   By Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER – As COVID-19 variants emerge globally, Wyoming is by a wide margin leading the nation in work to identify those mutations.  Nearly 19% of COVID-19 tests in Wyoming are being genetically...
Trial begins in case of man charged with killing friend   By Clair McFarland Riverton Ranger Via Wyoming News Exchange   RIVERTON — With a sworn jury and a team of attorneys, Mario Mills has begun his trial for first degree murder.  Mills is charged with shooting his friend, Trevor Bartlett, in the...
Wyoming to join wolverine study   By Mark Davis Powell Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   POWELL — A video of a wolverine loping through the woods in Yellowstone National Park turned the spotlight on the rarest of animals in the lower 48 states. It’s a species that may also be making a comeback in...
Embattled state health official quits    By Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER – A Wyoming Department of Health doctor who at an event last month suggested COVID-19 was created by Russia and China to spread communism across the globe has resigned from the state...
Health Department doctor questions pandemic legitimacy   By Morgan Hughes Casper Star-Tribune Via Wyoming News Exchange   CASPER — A Wyoming Department of Health doctor questioned the legitimacy of the COVID-19 pandemic and called the forthcoming vaccine a biological weapon at an event held last...
Remains identified in 46-year-old murder case   By Sheila McGuire Uinta County Herald Via Wyoming News Exchange   EVANSTON — Investigators with the Uinta County Sheriff’s Office have announced a partial resolution to a cold case homicide dating back to the early 1970s.  Although the victim’s...

United States Attorney General Bill Barr listens to Forensic Analyst Leah Innocci while touring the Wyoming State Crime Lab in Cheyenne on Thursday. Barr was visiting Cheyenne to announce $1 million was awarded to the state Division of Criminal Investigation by the Department of Justice for forensic grants. (Photo by Michael Cummo, Wyoming Tribune Eagle)

Attorney General visits Wyoming, announces $1 million in grants   By Isabella Alves Wyoming Tribune Eagle Via Wyoming News Exchange   CHEYENNE — United States Attorney General William Barr visited Cheyenne on Thursday to host a roundtable to hear the concerns of local law enforcement and announce $...

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