Here are some of the Star-Tribune's most popular articles this year that involved local courts and law enforcement:
- A judge dismissed the first-degree murder case brought against a Casper man. Now, lawyers wait while the state's highest court considers a new "stand your ground" law.
- The city of Casper paid a six-figure settlement to a wrongfully arrested man who didn't want to give his name to an officer. As part of the agreement born from threat of litigation, police said they would update their policies.
- A jury found a Casper man guilty of first-degree murder for shooting and killing his mother in her home. He faces life in prison.
- A hoax phone call brought police to the Casper home of an internet personality.
- A Casper police officer injured in a shooting announced his retirement early this year.
In the first judicial test of Wyoming’s new “stand your ground” law, a Natrona County judge on Friday dismissed a first-degree murder case, bu…
A judge concluded police wrongfully arrested the man, who declined to tell officers his name while waiting in a parked car for his girlfriend.
Video posted on YouTube shows police storming into a Casper man's apartment. The man said he is the victim of a hoax phone call made by someone trying to harass him.
The Casper police officer who nearly died after being repeatedly shot during a gunfight last summer will retire from the police department at …