From NPR: Your mother told you wrong. A new study has found that not apologizing has psychological benefits – ones that are sometimes more powerful than fessing up and saying you’re sorry. But really, you should still eat a piece of humble pie before it’s too late to apologize.
Kentucky: Several bills passed at the end of this year’s legislative session are waiting for Gov. Steve Beshear’s signature. The flu is still hanging around in Kentucky. Murray State’s Board of Regents Chairman Constantine Curris says he will attend a special meeting of the Faculty Senate and Staff Congress tomorrow. Beshear appoints a Mayfield man to the state board of education. A cleanup at Land Between the Lakes is being scheduled to spruce up the Turkey Bay Off-Highway Vehicle Area.
Tennessee: Doctors prescribing painkillers in the state are now required to check their patients’ prescription history in an effort to prevent abuse and doctor shopping. A measure requiring two EpiPens per school is being heard by state House and Senate committees.
Illinois: A wet spring is hampering controlled burns at the Shawnee National Forest in Johnson County.