Pound, global stock markets plunged after vote
Twelve teachers from West Salem retired after law was passed
We tend to think of drug abuse as a young person's issue. But a new report finds that is not always the case. In fact, the report from the U.S....
MOUNT PLEASANT, Iowa (AP) Two people have filed a lawsuit on behalf of more than 50 residents and former residents of a Mount Pleasant apartment complex, saying they've dealt with health-related problems because of a long-running bedbug infestation. The lawsuit filed last month claims the owners of Maple Leaf Apartments failed to eliminate the infestation despite numerous requests from tenants.
The lawsuit says tenants noticed the bed bugs in 2012, and an exterminator's work did not solve the problems.
The newspaper reports representatives of the federally subsidized complex and its management company, National Management Corp., could not be reached for comment.
Attorneys for the plaintiffs are seeking a class-action status for the lawsuit.
If you planned on attending the The 2013 Fort McCoy Armed Forces Day Open House in May.....forget it. It's been cancelled.
The decision was based on the continuing restrictions placed on community outreach events pursuant to Department of Defense sequestration guidance. Fort McCoy's ability to host the open house event is no longer possible due to the operating limitations currently imposed.
According to Fort McCoy, this was not an outcome that Garrison Commander Colonel Steven Nott favored.
Oktoberfest is no closer to getting relief from parade fees. A La
Room tax money could be diverted back into La Crosse city hall general fund
An FBI raid on the south side of La Crosse today...
One arrest reportedly was made during a raid at a house on Verchota Street. The FBI office in Chicago confirms that agents visited a house this morning as part of an investigation, and they expect to release more details soon.
Governor Scott Walker recently kicked off the commemoration of the 50th