Robert Lee Woody polygraph interview shown in court

Robert Lee Woody testified that he lied to authorities numerous times when answering questions about the disappearance and death of Korey Kauffman, but he said he’s telling the truth now on the witness stand, telling a judge he knows how Kauffman was killed and he helped hide his body.

Foot Locker looks to play up the store experience

Start with the shoes but move on from there. That's the plan at Foot Locker Inc., long known for its sneakers, which is reorganizing its stores to further highlight top brands, designating areas to showcase trends, and adding more displays of full sports gear to encourage broader shopping.

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Junn announces $1M award to raise Stanislaus State grad rates

CSU Stanislaus President Ellen Junn tells staff of $1M state award to help raise on-time graduation rates. Only 13% of Stan State freshmen now walk the stage in four years. The goal is 37% by 2025. (Nan Austin/naustin@modbee.com)
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Simple rules for kids taking cellphones to school

Whether your kid is heading to school toting a brand-new device or is already a cellphone pro, you want everyone on the same page about the dos and don'ts. You can keep an eye on kids at home (kind of), but at school, they're on their own. As with any kind of boundary setting, these conversations can be tense. Fortunately, there are only five rules for them to remember - and one for you, to show that you're all in this together.