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  • Woman found at Riverton church died of hypothermia - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — According to an autopsy report, an Ethete woman found unconscious at a Riverton church last month died of hypothermia. 58-year-old Lawrencetta Addison died at about 2 p.m. on March 23 after being found on the steps of the church. Her blood-alcohol content at the time was .134. The Fremont County Coroner’s first-quarter summary for 2016 shows there have been four hypothermia-related deaths this year, and five for the winter season of 2015-16. There was only one hypothermia-related death in winter 2014-15
  • Another spring storm to bring more snow to Wyoming - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — More snow is on tap for Wyoming, especially the southeast part of the state. The National Weather Service has posted a winter storm warning for the mountains of southeast Wyoming and a winter storm watch for the Cheyenne. The Laramie area is under a winter weather advisory. The Weather Service says snow is expected to begin Thursday night and continue off and on into the weekend. Snow and rain is likely throughout much of western and central Wyoming as well.
  • Man wanted in South Dakota homicide arrested in Wyoming - SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — Law officers in Wyoming have apprehended a man wanted on a warrant issued in a South Dakota homicide. Sioux Falls police say 21-year-old Jared Stone was arrested early Thursday after a chase in western Nebraska and southeastern Wyoming. Stone was wanted in the killing of 28-year-old Baptiste White Eyes, who was shot in the head outside of a Sioux Falls casino last Friday evening and died at a hospital. Police haven’t commented on the relationship between Stone and White Eyes other than that they knew one another. Authorities have said they do not believe the shooting was a random act. Police in Iowa on Tuesday arrested a woman who authorities believe was an accessory.
  • Wind River Canyon opens after rock fall - THERMOPOLIS, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming officials have opened Wind River Canyon after a rock fall, but state Department of Transportation personnel continue to monitor the area. WyDOT crews cleared some of the rock fall from U.S. 20 inside Wind River Canyon Tuesday evening, but had to leave to ensure worker safety. The highway was closed at either end of the canyon overnight Tuesday. WyDOT District Engineer Shelby Carlson of Basin says a few more big rocks fell troughout the night Tuesday, but the rock fall slowed. Carlson says the canyon is being monitored for increasing rock fall activity.
  • Grizzly bears in Grand Teton Park attract onlookers - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Grizzly bears wandering out in the open in Grand Teton National Park are drawing crowds of wildlife watchers, photographers and others seeking a glimpse — from a safe distance. National Park Service Bear Management Specialist Kate Wilmot says a number of grizzly bears have been visible in the northern reaches of the park in northwest Wyoming. Wilmot said the bears have been active since about April 17. One grizzly known by the research number 610 and her two 1-year-old cubs have attracted a number of onlookers. Jackson wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen says he’s seen about a half dozen adult grizzlies.
  • Wyoming carbon-conversion lab hailed for innovation - GILLETTE, Wyo. (AP) — Gov. Matt Mead and others are hailing the possibilities of an industrial-scale laboratory where researchers will test new technologies to make profitable use of carbon dioxide emissions from a coal-fired power plant. Construction of the Integrated Test Center already has begun at Basin Electric’s Dry Fork Station power plant near Gillette. The governor and others gathered for a groundbreaking ceremony Wednesday. Officials say the ultimate goal of the project is to prevent CO2 from entering the atmosphere and put the gas to profitable use, such as manufacturing exotic materials. Eventually the lab will host teams from around the world that will compete for $20 million in prize money to develop carbon conversion technology. The project coincides with bankruptcies and layoffs that have beset Wyoming’s coal industry in recent months.

 

 

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