2 former Riverton High School wrestlers acknowledge hazing

Two former Riverton High School wrestlers have acknowledged their roles in hazing attacks on younger teammates earlier this year
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27 Wyoming residents have died in severe flu season

Twenty-seven Wyoming residents have died from flu-related illnesses during the most recent influenza season
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5-year labor deal reached between union, 2 Las Vegas casinos

Two casinos in downtown Las Vegas reached tentative labor agreements with unionized bartenders, food and cocktail servers and other workers over the weekend
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Aryan Brotherhood leader dies at Supermax prison in Colorado

A leader of a white-supremacist prison gang has died while incarcerated at a federal Supermax prison in Colorado
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California Editorial Rdp
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Colorado Sheriff Jim Beicker resigning Sept. 1

Fremont County Sheriff Jim Beicker, who has been the target of a failed recall campaign, is resigning effective Sept. 1
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County planning board approves proposed chicken farm

A proposal for a giant chicken farm has been advanced by the Lincoln-Lancaster County Planning Commission
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Driver dies in fiery Las Vegas crash after vehicle hits wall

Authorities say a driver is dead after a pickup truck struck a concrete wall and burned
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Eastern Nebraska city to put immigration issue to voters

The city council in an eastern Nebraska community has decided to let voters decide whether to bar employing or renting residences to people living in the U.S. illegally
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Ex detective sentenced to 15 days for mishandling evidence

A former Colorado detective has been sentenced to 15 days in jail and fined $1,000 for mishandling evidence
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Ex-Colorado prison officer sentenced for smuggling drugs

A former correctional officer in southern Colorado has been sentenced to 60 days in jail for smuggling drugs into a medium security prison for an inmate with whom she was romantically involved
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Fremont approves $250K loan for new baseball team

City officials in eastern Nebraska have approved a $250,000 economic development loan that will help bring a new baseball team to town
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Fremont native reminisces about days as a No. 1 artist

Before touring the country as an opening act for Tina Turner, Steve Farris' high school band was playing at Fremont's own City Auditorium
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Man accused of shooting at officers gets 30 years in prison

A man who led officers on a chase from eastern Nebraska into western Iowa has been sentenced to 30 years in prison on several Iowa charges
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Man found guilty in slaying; victim's body dismembered

A western Michigan man has been found guilty of second-degree murder in the slaying of another man whose dismembered body was found in a national forest by duck hunters
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Man gets 4 years for setting Dodge County fires

A 20-year-old Fremont man has been given four years in prison for setting several fires in Dodge County
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Man who assaulted deputy to escape car enters pleas

A man who attacked a deputy during his escape in eastern Nebraska has pleaded no contest
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Mega video canopy in downtown Las Vegas to be renovated

The mega video canopy in downtown Las Vegas will undergo a $32 million renovation
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Nebraska town considers ordinance targeting immigrants

An eastern Nebraska community is seeking to bar employing or renting residences to people living in the U.S. illegally
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Officials ID baby who died after found unresponsive at park

Officials in eastern Nebraska have identified a baby who died after being found unresponsive at a state park last week
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Plans for gravel pit near Capitol Reef National Park nixed

A new deal between concerned locals and state trust land officials has scuttled a proposed gravel pit near Capitol Reef National Park
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Police seek tips in Indiana town marshal's 1988 slaying

State Police are hoping the public can help them solve the only unsolved killing of a northeast Indiana police officer
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Pontoon boat falls from trailer, woman passenger killed

One person has been killed and another critically injured when the pontoon boat they were riding in fell from a trailer while being towed along a western Michigan road
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Re-enactors group won't perform at Fort Robinson State Park

A group of re-enactors is no longer scheduled to demonstrate infantry and cavalry maneuvers this week at Fort Robinson State Park in the northern Nebraska Panhandle
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Re-enactors to demonstrate 19th-century military maneuvers

Re-enactors plan to demonstrate infantry and cavalry maneuvers this coming week at Fort Robinson State Park in the northern Nebraska Panhandle
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Report: Kobach benefited from advising on immigration

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach's anti-immigration work for small cities across the nation cost them millions for lengthy legal campaigns while powering his own political rise
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Riverton wrestlers charged in hazing attacks on teammates

Two Riverton High School wrestlers have been charged with unlawful contact in hazing attacks on younger teammates earlier this year
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Riverton wrestlers expelled for assault, sexual harassment

The Fremont County School District No. 25 superintendent says three Riverton High School wrestlers have been expelled for assaulting and sexually harassing eight teammates
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School leaders, students stress need for mental health care

Wyoming education officials and students say increased access to health care for students is needed to keep schools safe
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Southern Colorado cleaning up after mudslides, flooding

People in southern Colorado are cleaning up after heavy rain triggered mudslides and flooding and hail piled up like snow
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The Latest: Large sinkhole swallows car in suburban Denver

A large sinkhole swallowed a car in suburban Denver as heavy rain and blustery winds pounded parts of the Front Range
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Third Riverton wrestler charged in school bus hazing attacks

A third Riverton High School wrestler has been charged with unlawful contact in alleged hazing attacks on younger teammates earlier this year
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