Wyo4News Morning News Roundup: May 15, 2017

Here are this morning’s most recent headlines from Wyo4News with links to the stories impacting your life in Sweetwater County.

Local News

Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County Countersues Former CEO: Memorial Hospital of Sweetwater County is countersuing former CEO Gerard Klein claiming that he concealed dire financial facts from the hospital board of trustees, according to court documents. More information here.

Rock Springs Woman Arrested by County Deputies & U.S. Marshals:  A Rock Springs woman sought by the United States Marshals Service was arrested in Rock Springs yesterday.  More information here.

Utah Fugitive Captured In Rock Springs:  A Utah fugitive on the run for over a year has been captured in Rock Springs, Sweetwater County Sheriff Mike Lowell said Thursday.  More information here.

New Daggett County Sheriff Sworn In:  Erik L. Bailey was approved and sworn in by Judge Charlene Hartmann as Daggett County Sheriff Friday morning in a special commission meeting. Sheriff Bailey met with available staff immediately following the swearing in ceremony to share his vision for the Sheriff’s Office and the Daggett County Jail. More information here.

Black Butte High School Student Arrested For Terroristic Threats:  An 18-year-old Black Butte High School student was arrested today after allegedly making terroristic threats while on the school bus this morning. More information here.

High School Graduation Info For Sweetwater County Schools:  It’s that time of year again. High school graduates of 2017 are preparing to walk across the stage and receive their diplomas. We’ve got all the information you need on graduation ceremonies in Sweetwater County. More information here.

National News

(Via ABC News)

Worst of global cyberattack may be yet to come, law enforcement official says:  Law enforcement and intelligence agencies say the number of reported cyberattacks using the “WannaCry” virus continues to grow, and the head of the joint European law enforcement agency, Europol, tells ABC News the worst may be yet to come. More information here.

 

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