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- Car fire in Riverton determined to be arson - (RIVERTON, Wyo.) The Fremont County Sheriff is investigating a motor vehicle arson that occurred early this morning at an address in North Riverton. A 2004 Mazda was found fully engulfed in flames around 2:30AM at an address on Cherry Street in the Fike Addition. Undersheriff Ryan Lee said the fire does not appear to be a random act. He said it appears the victim was specifically targeted. Suspects have been identified and the investigation continues. Two other motor vehicle fires were reported yesterday in the Riverton area both of which were determined accidental and not related to the arson incident early this morning.
- Wyoming man charged with animal cruelty arrested in Oregon - POWELL, Wyo. (AP) — Park County authorities say a man facing animal cruelty charges after several dead animals were found on his northwestern Wyoming property has been arrested in Oregon. 39-year-old Michael Wood, of Clark, was arrested in Oregon City Tuesday. He is facing charges in connection with the death of seven horses and three dogs and the malnourishment of six other horses. Wood was initially arrested on charges only related to the horses and pleaded not guilty Jan. 18. He was released from jail after his mother posted the $7,500 bail. After further investigation, authorities filed three additional counts against Wood related to the dogs. Wood has said he couldn’t afford to care for the animals and that he had tried to get rid of them.
- Bill to grow religious freedoms fails in Wyoming Legislature - CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — A bill that would have expanded protections for religious freedom in the state has failed in the Wyoming Legislature. Rep. Nathan Winters’ Government Nondiscrimination Act missed the necessary introduction vote threshold on Thursday. Because this year’s legislative session is a budget session, non-budget bills must receive a two-thirds vote to clear introduction. Winters, a Thermopolis Republican, sponsored the bill, which was designed to stop state and local governments from penalizing people’s religious beliefs about same-sex marriage. Winters sponsored a similar act last year that passed the House but failed in the Senate.
- Record $1.8 million winner in WyoLotto Cowboy Draw game - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A record $1.8 million jackpot has been hit in the Wyoming Lottery’s Cowboy Draw game. The winning WyoLotto ticket was purchased on Jan. 26 at a truck stop south of Cheyenne. It is the second jackpot of more than $1 million in the Cowboy Draw game. The winner of the latest jackpot has chosen to remain anonymous, but a news release from WyoLotto indicated it was a man from the Denver area who had driven up to Cheyenne to explore Cheyenne Frontier Days. It says he had never played the Cowboy Draw game before. The Cowboy Draw game was launched in March 2015 as the first state lottery game playable only in Wyoming, paying out an estimated $8 million, including seven jackpots.
- House committee advances bill to restrict civil forfeitures - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A Wyoming legislative committee has endorsed a bill that would require the state to secure a criminal conviction in order to forfeit personal property that authorities believe has been used in the illegal drug trade. The House Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to send the bill along to the full House for consideration despite the objections of some law enforcement groups. Current Wyoming law doesn’t require the Attorney General’s Office to secure a criminal conviction before it proceeds with civil court action to forfeit items such as vehicles and cash that law enforcement believes have been involved in the drug trade. A similar bill is pending in the Wyoming Senate that wouldn’t require a criminal conviction to support forfeiture, but would require a judge to find probable cause.
- Wyoming committee advances budget bill - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Most Wyoming state government agencies would see a 1.5 percent budget cut over the next two years under a bill a legislative committee approved this week. The budget proposal endorsed by the Legislature’s Joint Appropriations Committee on Wednesday night heads to the full House and Senate next week. House Appropriations Committee Chairman Steve Harshman says the committee recommended spending about $310 million out of the state’s $1.8 billion rainy day fund over the next two years. Gov. Matt Mead had proposed spending about $450 million out of savings. Harshman, a Casper Republican, says the bill calls for spending about $675 million in separate school savings. Democratic lawmakers say they’re disappointed the committee rejected federal funds to expand the Medicaid program to offer health insurance to some 20,000 low-income adults.