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  • Second suspect in Cheyenne killing in court - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The second of two men charged with first-degree murder in the death of another man in Cheyenne remains in custody on $100,000 cash bail after making his initial court appearance. Joshua Bowen, of Cheyenne, appeared before Laramie County Circuit Judge Thomas Lee on Tuesday. Lee set Bowen’s preliminary hearing for 10 a.m. Friday and said he would appoint Bowen a public defender. Bowen is one of three people charged in the death of 48-year-old Anthony Hayward, whose body was discovered Dec. 7 in a Cheyenne motel. An autopsy revealed that Hayward died from asphyxiation due to a broken larynx caused by a choke or blunt-force trauma to the throat.
  • Lawmakers advance Medicaid expansion proposal - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A plan to extend health coverage to thousands of low-income Wyoming residents has cleared a major hurdle. The Legislature’s Joint Labor, Health and Social Services Interim Committee endorsed a bill Tuesday that allows the state to expand its Medicaid program. The plan requires newly eligible Medicaid recipients to pay a small portion of their income into a fund similar to a health savings account and would allow residents who are under 138 percent of the federal poverty level to receive Medicaid benefits. That, for example, would cover an individual making $16,104 a year or a family of four that makes $32,197. Republican Sen. Charles Scott, the committee’s co-chairman, says the plan would help control costs by making residents more responsible for their health care.
  • Oregon allows Wyoming, Montana into coal hearing - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The state of Oregon is allowing Wyoming and Montana to participate in an appeal over a proposed coal terminal on the Columbia River. Administrators with the Oregon Department of State Lands this summer rejected a proposal to allow construction of the proposed Coyote Island Terminal at Port of Morrow. Oregon ruled building the terminal would threaten its water resources. The terminal would allow coal mined in Wyoming and Montana to be loaded from trains into barges for shipment down the Columbia River for eventual export to Asian markets. The Oregon Department of State Lands is hearing an appeal of its rejection of the coal terminal. The agency on Monday ruled that it would allow Wyoming and Montana to participate in the appeal as limited parties. Environmental groups oppose the project.
  • Task force report to be taken up in interim - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Legislature is not likely to begin tackling the recommendations of a task force on the future of the state’s five state-run safety net medical facilities until after the upcoming legislative session. The task force analyzing the role of Wyoming’s state-run medical facilities presented its final report Tuesday to the Joint Labor, Health and Social Services committee in Cheyenne. Committee co-chairman Sen. Charlie Scott, of Casper, says the report will be a large portion of the Legislature’s work in the interim after this winter’s session. The proposed task force plans either streamline or combine the roles of the State Hospital in Evanston and the Wyoming Life Resource Center in Lander in the care of traumatic brain injuries and the developmentally disabled.
  • Game department stocks trout in Cheyenne lakes - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has stocked about 900 large trout in lakes in Cheyenne. Sloans Lake received 390 brown trout and 100 brook trout recently and Lake Absarraca received 390 brown trout. The fish were culled from the breeding stock at a state fish hatchery. The brook trout are all four-year-old fish and averaged about 1 pound and about 14 inches. The brown trout are three to five years old and also averaged a pound each and up to 14 inches in length. However, some of the older fish are about 18 inches in length.
  • App for Yellowstone geysers now available - YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park fans can get a heads up on when Old Faithful and five other geysers are set to erupt thanks to a new app available for smartphones and tablets. Yellowstone has the largest concentration of active geysers in the world. The geyser app also features a link to a webcam so people can view live eruptions of Old Faithful and other nearby geysers. There’s also a FAQ section that provides answers to frequently asked questions that explain how a few geysers can be predicted and other details about Yellowstone’s geysers. The National Park Service geysers app is available in the Google Play and Apple app stores.

 

 

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