Tokyo, Japan – The weeklong search on a remote Japanese island for an award-winning University of Wyoming poet will be scaled down. Japanese authorities say the search for Craig Arnold so far has yielded no clues.
Arnold was reported missing April 27 after he failed to return from a hike up a volcano. Around 40 people - including policemen, firefighters and rescue workers - were involved in the search for Arnold, along with search dogs and a police helicopter.
Wyoming – A new group of University of Wyoming graduates will enter the workforce, but some are finding the market tighter then they had hoped. Students are also finding more competition for jobs. But experts say that despite the economy, there is hope. Wyoming Public Radio's Bob Beck reports
Wyoming – Mental health counselors in Wyoming are facing budget cuts. At the same time, more Wyoming people seem to be suffering from anxiety and depression due to the down economy. Rodger McDaniel oversees the mental health division with the Department of Health. He calls the situation a perfect storm. He speaks with Addie Goss.
Wyoming – The Wyoming Department of Health has not yet discovered any cases of swine flu in this state. But in neighboring Utah and Nebraska, health officials have sent samples from "probable" cases to the Centers for Disease Control for confirmation. Colorado also has a confirmed case. Wyoming's state epidemiologist, Tracy Murphy, says it may only be a matter of time before there is Swine Flu in Wyoming.
Wyoming – One concern in the health care world is the impact on older adults when they are moved around from one health care facility to another. Doctor Eric Coleman is a Geriatric health care expert with the University of Colorado at Denver. He discusses the issue and an upcoming Laramie conference with WPR's Bob Beck.