Officers were justified when they shot and killed a Casper woman and an Evansville man in Nebraska on Saturday, a preliminary investigation has found.
Police suspect the pair were involved in stealing a black GMC Yukon, later found in Cheyenne by its owner. After the shootout, the two were taken to a hospital, where Hailey Stainbrook died.
Casper's brutal cold snap is only adding to the challenges faced by its homeless population amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
An investigation into the source of the email that sent the threat is ongoing.
Both city agencies need more space, but officials don't plan to ask the voters for additional revenue while the economy is suffering.
Casper's two Walmart stores closed temporarily Tuesday after police received information regarding a threat to public safety.
Authorities are still investigating who wounded a hostage during an exchange of gunfire involving Casper police and a kidnapping suspect.
While the coroner's office identified the man who died, two of the agencies involved in the matter had not released new information as of Monday afternoon.
"There is great likelihood that we could see restrictions or orders of some sort extending well beyond that April 30 date," a county spokeswoman said.
Business within the building will continue as normal. The city is asking residents to make all payments online or through the mail.
All Casper City Council meetings will take place in the larger council chambers, and a six-foot distance from others in the room will be enforced — changes that come as local governments throughout the state weigh their options in the face of potential spread.
By mid-afternoon Wednesday, two FBI vehicles marked with the phrase "evidence response team" were parked in the senior home's parking lot along North Elma Street.
In a news conference Tuesday afternoon, city officials encouraged community members to speak up about potential cases of domestic violence.
Five homes remained uninhabitable on Tuesday as the result of an explosion that destroyed a home at the end of a south Casper cul-de-sac.
A police statement did not specify the extent of each man's involvement in a series of alleged crimes.
Police in Casper are searching for a pickup that authorities believe was involved in a child abduction.
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