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  • Lawsuit challenges claims that Arkansas River is private property

    Lawsuit challenges claims that Arkansas River is private property

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 9:28 PM EDT2018-05-23 01:28:40 GMT
    Signs posted along the banks of the Arkansas River in Fremont County declare the waterway to be private propertySigns posted along the banks of the Arkansas River in Fremont County declare the waterway to be private property

    Some landowners along a particular stretch of the Arkansas River in Fremont County claim that the river is their private property. A fisherman who was confronted by them is now suing claiming they deprived him of free access to interstate waters.

    Some landowners along a particular stretch of the Arkansas River in Fremont County claim that the river is their private property. A fisherman who was confronted by them is now suing claiming they deprived him of free access to interstate waters.

  • Stranger leaves waitress $3,000 tip

    Stranger leaves waitress $3,000 tip

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 11:29 AM EDT2018-05-22 15:29:33 GMT

    A waitress in Washington got the tip of a lifetime Sunday.  Michelle Bozeman received a $3,000 tip for a $44 dollar bill after serving a couple at Ramblin' Jacks Rib Eye in Napavine.

    A waitress in Washington got the tip of a lifetime Sunday.  Michelle Bozeman received a $3,000 tip for a $44 dollar bill after serving a couple at Ramblin' Jacks Rib Eye in Napavine.

  • Oregon teenager ordered to pay $36.6 million in restitution for starting wildfire

    Oregon teenager ordered to pay $36.6 million in restitution for starting wildfire

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 5:20 PM EDT2018-05-22 21:20:53 GMT

    A judge in Oregon ruled that a teenage boy will have to pay $36.6 million in restitution payments for starting the Eagle Creek fire, which burned more than 48,000 acres last September.

    A judge in Oregon ruled that a teenage boy will have to pay $36.6 million in restitution payments for starting the Eagle Creek fire, which burned more than 48,000 acres last September.

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  • Your Healthy Family: UCHealth Memorial's Jr. Med School Program

    Your Healthy Family: UCHealth Memorial's Jr. Med School Program

    Tuesday, May 22 2018 11:21 AM EDT2018-05-22 15:21:19 GMT
    The objective of the program is really to give kids who are interested in health care a really broad swath across what health care means.The objective of the program is really to give kids who are interested in health care a really broad swath across what health care means.
    The objective of the program is really to give kids who are interested in health care a really broad swath across what health care means.The objective of the program is really to give kids who are interested in health care a really broad swath across what health care means.

    The path to becoming a doctor or surgeon is one of the most demanding. Truth is there are many professions in the medical world, other than being a doctor, and many ways to get the experience and education needed to get those jobs.   Wouldn’t it be nice if a high school student who had such a dream had a way to get a sneak peek into the wide-ranging world of a hospital and could have a chance to talk to the professionals in those jobs night now? 

    The path to becoming a doctor or surgeon is one of the most demanding. Truth is there are many professions in the medical world, other than being a doctor, and many ways to get the experience and education needed to get those jobs.   Wouldn’t it be nice if a high school student who had such a dream had a way to get a sneak peek into the wide-ranging world of a hospital and could have a chance to talk to the professionals in those jobs night now? 

  • Your Healthy Family: New blood test is better predictor of prostate cancer risk

    Your Healthy Family: New blood test is better predictor of prostate cancer risk

    Monday, May 21 2018 10:06 AM EDT2018-05-21 14:06:58 GMT
    The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.
    The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.The standard PSA test that is currently used is not cancer-specific, and can lead to many false-positives and unnecessary biopsy procedures.

    Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, and is the second leading cause of cancer death of men in the U.S. Now, a new study is showing that a screening tool, called the IsoPSA test, can more accurately predict a man’s overall risk for developing high-grade prostate cancer. 

    Prostate cancer is the most common form of cancer in men, and is the second leading cause of cancer death of men in the U.S. Now, a new study is showing that a screening tool, called the IsoPSA test, can more accurately predict a man’s overall risk for developing high-grade prostate cancer. 

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