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- Police arrest man accused of abducting girl, 9 - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Police have arrested a 22-year-old man accused of abducting a 9-year-old girl from her Riverton home. The Riverton Ranger reports David Waine Brock was arrested in Lander on Tuesday on kidnapping charges. He is accused of taking the girl from her bedroom at about 3:40 a.m. Saturday. Investigators say the girl’s parents went to her room after they heard a scream and found the screen on her window had been cut and the girl missing. The girl was found walking along a nearby street about 40 minutes later. Police say a bloodhound tracked her scent to Brock’s home, but the man was not there when officers arrived. He was found hiding in a storage shed in Lander.
- State lawmaker seeks investigation of governor - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A state lawmaker is asking for a special prosecutor to investigate Gov. Matt Mead and his staff. Republican Rep. Gerald Gay, of Casper, says he has concerns how the governor and his staff handled the investigation of state Superintendent of Public Instruction Cindy Hill. Gay says he believes it was a political effort to smear Hill. He asked state Attorney General Peter Michael on Friday to appoint a special prosecutor to look for gross misconduct, misappropriation of state money and improper use of state resources. Mead’s chief of staff, Kari Gray, says the request is an effort by Hill supporters to shift attention away from this week’s rebuke of Hill by a legislative committee. Mead is seeking re-election this year, and Hill is one of his opponents in the primary.
- Red flag warnings for parts of Wyoming - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The National Weather Service has posted red flag warnings for areas of central and southwest Wyoming. The areas where the warnings have been posted Friday include Casper, Riverton, Lander and Rock Springs. The agency says low humidity and critically dry conditions make for dangerous conditions if a fire should occur. Wyoming has a few small wildfires burning, including two in the Shoshone National Forest.
- Bighorn Forest concerned about abandoned campfires - SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — Bighorn National Forest officials are concerned about the number of abandoned campfires they have found this summer. They say wildfire crews are spending more time responding to and putting out abandoned campfires, which could delay responses to new wildfires. The U.S. Forest Service says it has found 15 illegal, abandoned, or escaped campfires just in the last three weeks. Of the five wildfires started in the Bighorn National Forest this summer, two were caused by escaped campfires. People who let campfires escape and turn into a wildfire are subject to a fine of between $225 and $5,000 and up to six months in jail. They also can be held responsible for the cost to suppress the wildfire.
- Snow King resort officials to cite trespassers - JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Officials at Snow King Ski Area in Jackson say they will begin contacting law enforcement when hikers and bikers ignore area closures. The Jackson Hole News & Guide reports that portions of Snow King have been fenced office since early June while construction crews have been installing new snowmaking equipment. Snow King marketing consultant Tim Flanagan says some residents have continued to hike and bike in the fenced-off areas. Flanagan says the area will begin calling the sheriff’s department to have people cited for trespassing if they enter closed areas.
- Group sues state over political contribution limit - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A libertarian group is suing the Wyoming secretary of state in federal court challenging the state’s limit on political contributions. The Casper Star-Tribune reports (http://bit.ly/1t48Ixh ) the Wyoming Liberty Group sued Secretary of State Max Maxfield on Thursday. The state currently limits political contributions to $25,000 over two years. The Liberty Group says that unconstitutionally abridges free speech. It cites a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme Court striking down such limits at the federal level. Wyoming is one of 13 states faced with changes to their election law as a result of the McCutcheon decision. The group filed the lawsuit on behalf of Dan and Carleen Brophy of Wilson. They stated they would like to exceed the limit in the current election cycle.