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  • 3 plead not guilty in reservation stabbing death - LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — Three people charged with the stabbing death of a man on the Wind River Indian Reservation during a confrontation over drugs and money have again denied federal charges. Susan Chippewa pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder in the June death of Jared Little Whiteman. Byron Spoonhunter and Jaymes Whiteplume denied charges of aiding and abetting first-degree murder during hearings before U.S. Magistrate Judge Kelly Rankin. They were arraigned Jan. 20 on a superseding indictment filed to correct the spelling of Whiteplume’s first name. A witness told investigators that he and another man picked up Little Whiteman at his grandmother’s house on June 2 and took him to a trailer on the reservation. Prosecutors allege Whiteplume held Little Whiteman down while Chippewa and Spoonhunter stabbed him. Trial is set for March 16.
  • Man found frozen at Central Wyoming College was intoxicated - RIVERTON, Wyo. (AP) — Riverton police say an autopsy shows a 46-year-old man whose body was found on the Central Wyoming College campus in Riverton was intoxicated when he froze to death. Officials say Dominick Arthur was not associated with the college. Officials say a student basketball player found his body near the Wyoming Public Broadcasting Service office on campus on New Year’s Eve. Riverton Police Department Capt. Eric Murphy said investigators believe the man lay down and froze. Investigators say the death was an accident. The official low temperature in Riverton that night was 21 degrees below zero.
  • Ex-museum director now charged with misdemeanor - LANDER, Wyo. (AP) — Prosecutors have reduced charges against former Pioneer Museum director Carol Thiesse from a felony to a misdemeanor. Prosecutors say they didn’t have enough evidence to prove the felony charges because they could not determine the value of items taken from the museum. Thiesse pleaded not guilty to the new charges. Thiesse now faces one count of larceny by bailee. Prosecutors say she stole property from the museum. The maximum penalty for the misdemeanor is six months in prison and a fine of $750. The felony charges carried a maximum penalty of 10 years in prison. Thiesse’s lawyer said the property had no value and that Thiesse did not convert it to her own use.
  • Beer tax repeal legislation passes third reading in House - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming House of Representatives has passed a bill that would eliminate Wyoming’s tax on beer and other malt beverages. The House voted 49-11 Thursday in favor of House Bill 141. The proposal now goes to the Senate for debate. The state’s malt beverage excise tax of 2 cents per gallon. The tax hasn’t increased since 1935 and is the lowest in the country. Supporters of the bill say the tax should be repealed, since it only nets the state less than $300,000 a year.
  • Bill to lower some speeding fines OK’d - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A House committee has endorsed a proposal that would change the state’s fine schedule for motorists traveling on stretches of highways that have been set to an 80 mph limit. The House Transportation, Highways and Military Affairs Committee voted 6-3 Thursday for House Bill 181. The bill now goes to the full House for debate. The Wyoming Department of Transportation increased the speed limits to 80 mph on nearly 500 miles of highways in July after a bill was passed last year that allowed Wyoming to be one of the few states that could have speed limits up to 80 mph. The committee voted to reject a separate bill that would have required variable speed limit signs on highways with 80 mph limits.
  • House holds first vote on religious freedom bill - CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — A bill regarding the religious rights of people has received initial approval in the state House of Representatives. House Bill 83 won preliminary approval on Thursday. It faces two more votes in the chamber before it can be sent on to the Senate for further debate. Supporters say the bill protects the religious rights of people who don’t want to participate in activities they find morally objectionable. Opponents argue the bill would curtail the rights of others. The bill comes after Wyoming was forced by a federal court to recognize gay marriage. The bill’s main sponsor is Republican Rep. Nathan Winters, of Thermopolis. Winters says the measure aims to defend religious freedom from government overreach. But Democratic Rep. James Byrd, of Cheyenne, says the bill would legalize discrimination.



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