Dallas Cowboys running back and Wichita native Joseph Randle, who was arrested last week on a misdemeanor charge for allegedly shoplifting a pack of underwear and a bottle of cologne at a Frisco Dillard's department store, will now be a spokesman for an underwear company.
The first wave of people, including the fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan, will emerge from a state-ordered, 21-day Ebola quarantine Monday, which should probably spark relief in a region that desperately wants to escape the shadow of the disease.
The Wichita Fire Fighters Local 135 says the city has engaged in anti-union practices, including denying or significantly delaying the union’s grievances, harassing or trying to dissuade members from using union representation and discouraging the enrollment of new members.
“Back pain is so common that almost anyone can hang out a shingle, claim to have a cure, and make a living,” Richard A. Deyo writes in “Watch Your Back! How the Back Pain Industry Is Costing Us More and Giving Us Less – and What You Can Do to Inform and Empower Yourself in Seeking Treatment.” You don’t have to read much more than his supersized subtitle to understand where Deyo, a physician and a professor at Oregon Health and Science University, is headed in this book.