All right, so the University of Miami's been caught in a humongous football scandal following Ohio State, North Carolina, Tennessee, Oregon, and, as the King of Siam used to say: "Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera."
What's more to add? The sport is totally out of control, and neither the college presidents nor the NCAA can do anything but make dopey, empty promises. So why bother? Let me, instead, tell you a nice college football story.
Wyoming's July Unemployment rate is at five point eight percent, but Governor Matt Mead says the state still needs to create more jobs.
Mead notes that every county in July created new jobs, but he remains hopeful that sectors outside of energy and tourism also create more opportunities for workers. Mead says that he believes the state is positioned to do that.
A psychologist at the Wyoming State Hospital says the Wheatland man charged with killing his three sons and his brother in a shooting spree last month has refused to cooperate in a court-ordered mental evaluation.
Psychologist Ronna Dillinger filed a report Tuesday with Platte County Circuit Court Judge Scott Cole. Dillinger states 35-year-old Everett Conant has refused to answer questions and says he plans to kill himself at the first opportunity.
For all those who say there's nothing in the Affordable Care Act that could reduce health care spending, this one's for you.
Medicare officials have unveiled the latest initiative to spring from last year's overhaul, and it's one some health economists have been lusting after for years: Bundling payments so that hospitals, doctors, and even post-hospital caregivers all have the same financial incentive to both work together and provide cost-effective care.
Sudan's President Omar al-Bashir speaks of the capital Khartoum on July 12. Sudan says it should be taken off the U.S. terrorism list, but Washington says it is concerned about new fighting in the south of the country.