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Talk-show host Jerry Springer (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

Jerry Springer: GOP convention ‘is just a parody of my show’

- The Washington Times

As chaos nearly erupted at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland on Wednesday over Ted Cruz’s non-endorsement of Donald Trump, talk show host Jerry Springer saw what he said reminded him of the decades he’s spent presenting one of television’s most notorious programs.

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Mark L. Walberg: 'Digging Up History'

For more than a decade, Mark L. Walberg has been entering your home via the television as the go-to host for damn near everything. His latest gig is as the host of a brand-new PBS show called "Buried History," which uncovers the history of towns from the (cemetery) ground up. I spoke with Mr. Walberg about his latest show, his love of History and how he occasionally gets confused for that "other guy," movie star Mark Wahlberg.

Golf Capsules

- Associated Press

Jhonattan Vegas birdied his way off Glen Abbey and waited to see if anyone could catch him. No one could.

Checklist of possible behavioral warning signs of dementia

- Associated Press

Researchers on Sunday outlined a syndrome called "mild behavioral impairment" that may be a harbinger of Alzheimer's or other dementias, and proposed a checklist of symptoms to help identify who's at risk. The symptoms must mark a change from prior behavior and have lasted at least six months. Among the questions:

Future funding for Wyoming highways in doubt

Associated Press

Wyoming's plan for improving its highways originally included widening, straightening and rebuilding its more than 7,000 miles of federal roads and maintaining about 2,000 bridges. But funding limits forced the state to focus on just keeping up with repairs.

Coast Guard concerned about spike in paddler deaths

- Associated Press

As the popularity of paddle sports surges, the Coast Guard is kayakers, canoeists and paddleboarders to be prepared before venturing out following a rise in deaths in the past year.