K2 Radio News: Flash Briefing for January 2nd, 2019 — Evening

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One of the largest coal-fired power plants in the western U.S. will close two of its four units by Saturday as the Montana facility edges toward an eventual total shutdown.


An attorney for former Casper businessman Tony Cercy, whose third-degree sexual assault conviction was overturned by the Wyoming Supreme Court last week, says another trial would invariably run afoul of the constitutional prohibition of trying a person twice for the same crime, known as double jeopardy.


Investigators in Wyoming have reported a possible poaching case after someone found a deer without its head wrapped in a black plastic bag.


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