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Walking and texting was creating a problem at Utah Valley University. The school came up with a fix: It marked a slow lane on one of its stairwells just for students who are glued to their screens.
The Swiss ambassador to Venezuela lives near a golf course. He says if a golf ball flies into the residence it could violate the Vienna Convention, which assures diplomats can work without harassment.
The Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers Tuesday night in the NBA Finals. It was the team's first championship in 40 years and Oakland, where the Warriors call home, was buzzing before and after the team clinched the title. Youth Radio's Denise Tejada was there and has this story.
M.C. Davis, former gambler and businessman, stands in his 54,000-acre preser...
M.C. Davis made millions gambling and buying up land and mineral rights. Now, he's restoring ecosystems destroyed by agriculture and timbering in his private preserve, one of the largest in the U.S.
NPR's Audie Cornish talks to Patrick Thibodeau, a senior editor at Computerworld, about why a round of layoffs for some 30 technology employees at Disney-ABC Television Group was suddenly canceled.
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with Bill Clark, councilor on the remote island of Canna, about the first theft there since the 1960s. The thieves robbed a store operating via the "honesty box" system.