Features by Miles Bryan

Police turn to pricey rehab drug for offenders

The drug, administered once a month, helps ensure patient compliance.
Posted In: addiction, drug costs, prison

A new generation discovers the good old TV antenna

They aren't usually rabbit ears, but the signal receivers are popular again.
Posted In: cable TV, television, streaming tv
Jockeys urge their horses along at the Central Wyoming Fairgrounds in Casper.

Skill or chance? States debate historical horse games

Racing machines are tied to the outcome of a past horse race.
Posted In: bets, horse racing
An ad still for Dakota Roots, a program that offers employment resources for out-of-state friends and family of South Dakota residents.

The governor's on the phone, he wants you to move back

Rural states are hurting for skilled young workers and they're trying to lure ex-residents back home.
Posted In: rural, matchmaking, dating

Do you want to build a ... ropes course?

Ski resorts are experimenting with warm weather attractions to bring in business.
Posted In: skiing, summer, summer vacation
Michael Peña with his wife, Lorraine Sanchez-Peña, and nephew, Elijah.

Fatherhood programs pair job training with therapy

Welding classes and Freud helped ex-convict be a better parent.
Posted In: dads, emotions, employment, therapy, family
Because hospitals are moving to electronic medical record systems, medical scribes have become in high demand.

Medical scribe industry thrives

The medical scribe industry has been booming in recent years, fueled largely by hospitals around the county switching to electronic medical record systems.
Posted In: medical records, hospitals, electronics

Debate over sleep holds up new trucking regulations

The industry is fighting a federal rule that prescribes when truckers must sleep.
Posted In: trucking, regulation, safety, sleep
A moose confronts a driveway  in Pinedale, Wyoming.

To build housing, or not, for oil boom workers

When an investment is good for transient energy workers, but not for a small town.
Posted In: wyoming, fracking, oil boom, housing boom
A small, private single-engine plane prepares to land at a municipal airport in Wheeling, Illinois.

Pilot shortage grounds flights at regional airports

New federal standard to earn commercial pilot's license closes off pipeline of new pilots.
Posted In: airports, airline pilots, FAA


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