Law Enforcement Agencies
CASPER, Wyo. — A man shot by police in an East Casper neighborhood Tuesday night died Wednesday morning at Wyoming Medical Center, according to the Wyoming Division of Criminal Investigation.
HELENA — Law enforcement agencies across Montana are partnering with the Drug Enforcement Administration to offer people a chance to safely dispose of prescription medication Saturday.
CASPER, Wyo. — A November trial has been set in the case of a Mills police officer charged in the death of a police dog left in a hot patrol car in July.
WASHINGTON — Efforts to stop domestic violence and violence against women in the fast-growing Bakken oil patch are getting some federal help.
CASPER, Wyo. — Terry Vincent remembers ringing doorbells in that cheap, little plastic vest. He remembers proudly displaying his shiny tin badge, the one shaped like a star, the one that said he was a police officer, asking for candy in his favorite Halloween costume.
HELENA — A 40-year-old Great Falls man has pleaded not guilty to deliberate homicide in the death of a Cascade County sheriff's deputy who was struck by a vehicle during a law enforcement pursuit.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Wyoming lawmakers are considering a bill to ban law enforcement use of drones without a warrant.
GREAT FALLS — Police in Great Falls are asking for help in identifying a possible witness to the Aug. 14 death of Cascade County Deputy Joe Dunn.
BASIN, Wyo. — Police in Basin say an officer shot and killed a man who pointed a gun at him.
RAWLINS, Wyo. — If Janet Franson played baseball, she'd be a closer.
CHEYENNE — Law enforcement officials are concerned about a proposal to allow Wyoming drivers to exceed the speed limit when passing vehicles on two-lane highways.
Authorities are repeating a request for landowners in Eastern Montana and western North Dakota to search their properties for signs of missing Montana teacher and alleged kidnapping victim Sherry Arnold.
GREAT FALLS — Dave Bowen has been promoted from captain to chief of the Great Falls Police Department.
LOS ANGELES — Shawn Nee, 35, works in television but hopes to publish a book of photographs. Shane Quentin, 31, repairs bicycles but enjoys photographing industrial scenes at night. The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department probably wishes both would find other hobbies. Herewith a story of…
TARIN KOWT, Afghanistan — Residents of Uruzgan province in central Afghanistan have begun expressing a sentiment not often heard in this long-troubled country: hope.