Expo opens with robots, ocean theme The World Expo 2012 has opened in South Korea's coastal city of Yeosu for a three-month run. Organisers say the fair, which kicked off Saturday, has the largest number of robots in the history of expos. Attractions include a robot fish that explores ... 05/14/2012 - 11:25 am | View Link
Expo opens in South Korea with robots, ocean theme YEOSU, South Korea (AP) — Expo 2012 has opened in South Korea's coastal city of Yeosu for a three-month run. Organizers say the fair, which kicked off Saturday, has the largest number of robots in the history of expos. Attractions include a robot fish ... 05/12/2012 - 4:46 pm | View Link
Expo opens in South Korea with robots, ocean theme YEOSU, South Korea (AP) — Expo 2012 has opened in South Korea’s coastal city of Yeosu for a three-month run. Organizers say the fair, which kicked off Saturday, has the largest number of robots in the history of expos. Attractions include a robot fish ... 05/11/2012 - 11:20 pm | View Link
Expo opens in South Korea with robots, ocean theme Expo 2012 has opened in South Korea's coastal city of Yeosu for a three-month run. Organizers say the fair, which kicked off Saturday, has the largest number of robots in the history of expos. Attractions include a robot fish that explores underwater ... 05/11/2012 - 11:18 pm | View Link
Ocean-themed Expo 2012 to open in South Korea It's part of an effort to showcase technology at Expo 2012, which opens ... Living Ocean and Coast: Diversity of Resources and Sustainable Activities." It's also being billed as the biggest gathering of robots in the history of expos, and South Korea ... 05/11/2012 - 7:06 pm | View Link
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A Seattle firefighter who was once honored for his bravery is facing assault charges for allegedly beating his estranged wife in front of their 10-year-old daughter.
Police told KOMO-TV (http://is.gd/C48t7B ) 48-year-old Scott Soper knocked his estranged wife to the ground, dragged her to a carport and slammed her head against the cement until she lost consciousness.
The Mason City Globe Gazette reports (http://bit.ly/1CXIqRd ) that 28-year-old Lover Montgomery was sentenced earlier this month to three years of probation and a suspended five-year prison sentence.
The assault charge was dismissed in exchange for his guilty plea, but Montgomery currently faces burglary charges for an unrelated case.
The Erlanger Health System board says it plans to hold a "do-over" meeting to discuss and vote again on $1.7 million in management bonuses that drew outrage from state lawmakers and prompted an attorney general's opinion.
The decision caused an uproar among lawmakers, who were outraged that the board discussed the bonuses behind closed doors before the public vote.
Slatery's recent opinion said state law does not permit public hospital boards to discuss issues like compensation in secret.
Hutcherson's letter also said hospital leadership plans to add a resolution to create a bonus system that will include hospital associates, "based on the same criteria as management."
The House Education Committee has endorsed a proposal that would raise the dropout age for Wyoming public school students.
The legislation would require public school students to attend classes until they are 17 or have completed the 11th grade.
Harshman, who also is a teacher and football coach at Natrona County High School, said it at least would give educators an extra year to find help or alternative programs for potential dropouts.
Lyttle said schools now have a lot of options, including extended school days and summer classes, to help students get enough credits to graduate.
 he said having that extra year would allow the students to see "light at the end of the tunnel" in regards to being able to graduate.
At the commissioner's contentious news conference Friday — Goodell fielded one question about whether he thought he should be fired and another about taking a pay cut — he was hit with a barrage of questions that spoke to the wide range of problems that punctured the league's integrity, though not its popularity.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's refusal to play nice with the media and the NFL's uncertainty about how, or whether, to enforce rules that compel players to do interviews.
The domestic violence crisis that exploded when Ray Rice — the former Baltimore Ravens running back — punched his fiancée and Adrian Peterson — the Minnesota Vikings star — whipped his son with a tree branch has been treated mostly in general terms this week.
Domestic violence accusations against players garnered as much attention for the NFL's handling of them — most notably, Rice's two-game suspension that was made indefinite when video of the punch surfaced, then overturned by an arbitrator — as the charges themselves.
The NFL is footing the bill for a 30-second public-service announcement during the Super Bowl (half-minute spots are selling for around $4.5 million) about domestic violence that will reach tens of millions.
Neither the domestic violence crisis, nor the ongoing murder trial of former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, nor any other off-field issue deterred fans or sponsors — who foot much of the bill for a $9 billion business that Goodell hopes to grow by more than double over the next decade.
While the NFL used the week to tout a 25-percent decrease in concussions recorded this season, another study spelling out the dangers football presents to children made headlines, as well.
News about overuse of painkillers, the league's implementation of a human growth hormone testing program that isn't as effective as it could be and the efficacy of the league's penalties for marijuana also made headlines.