Jessica Robinson http://wcqs.org en So, You Have Gonorrhea. Who Tells Your Ex? http://wcqs.org/post/so-you-have-gonorrhea-who-tells-your-ex In an effort to stop a spate of gonorrhea outbreaks, at least one public health department in the Pacific Northwest is offering a helpful service to infected patients: anonymous notification of former sexual partners.<p>That's right. A government worker will track down and contact each ex for you. Awkward for all concerned? Yes. Tue, 12 Nov 2013 22:56:00 +0000 Jessica Robinson 10402 at http://wcqs.org So, You Have Gonorrhea. Who Tells Your Ex? High-End Extras Aren't A Sure Bet For Tribal Casinos http://wcqs.org/post/high-end-extras-arent-sure-bet-tribal-casinos What used to be no-frills slot parlors off the highway are turning into resort-style destinations with spas, golf courses and luxury hotels. Wed, 09 Oct 2013 07:00:00 +0000 Jessica Robinson 8880 at http://wcqs.org High-End Extras Aren't A Sure Bet For Tribal Casinos 'Beep Baseball' A Homerun With Blind Players http://wcqs.org/post/beep-baseball-homerun-blind-players The air smells like cut grass and barbecue at Friendship Park in north Spokane, Wash. And Bee Yang is up to bat. The outfielders get ready. Yang is known as a power hitter.<p>But this is not your usual baseball game. There's a twist: most of the athletes on the field are visually impaired. Players know where the ball is by listening for it. It's called <a href="http://www.nbba.org/" target="_blank">Beep Baseball</a>, named for the beeping sound the balls make.<p>Yang listens for the pitch.<p>He swings.<p>He hits the ball and takes off toward first base, which has started buzzing. Wed, 24 Jul 2013 07:06:00 +0000 Jessica Robinson 5391 at http://wcqs.org 'Beep Baseball' A Homerun With Blind Players