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A DOUBLE MURDER SUSPECT IS FOUND COMPETENT...
JUDGE TODD BJERKE ACCEPTS A DOCTOR'S REPORT, FINDING THAT ERIC KOULA OF LA CROSSE IS MENTALLY FIT TO BE TRIED FOR THE SHOOTING DEATHS OF HIS PARENTS BACK IN MAY. KOULA MAY ENTER A 'NOT GUILTY' PLEA AT HIS NEXT HEARING ON AUGUST 27TH. KOULA IS ACCUSED OF KILLING DENNIS AND MERNA KOULA TO OBTAIN SOME OF THEIR MONEY, TO HELP HIM GET OUT OF DEBT.
ABOUT 17-HUNDRED XCEL CUSTOMERS IN HOLMEN HAVE LOST THEIR ELECTRICITY THIS MORNING...
XCEL SPOKESWOMAN LIZ WOLF GREEN SAYS AN EQUIPMENT FAILURE AT A SUBSTATION CAUSED AN OUTAGE JUST BEFORE 8 A-M. SHE DENIES REPORTS OF AN EXPLOSION AT THE SUBSTATION, BUT SAYS THE EXACT CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM HAS NOT BEEN DETERMINED. POWER COULD BE RESTORED BEFORE NOON. MEANWHILE, THE HOLMEN FIRE DEPARTMENT IS OFFERING TO LET PEOPLE STAY AT THE AIR CONDITIONED FIRE STATION FOR A WHILE, IF THEY CAN'T STAY COOL INSIDE THEIR HOMES WITHOUT ELECTRICITY.
Greg Davids could be home from the hospital within a week, after having heart bypass surgery yesterday in Rochester.
The Republican lawmaker from Preston had a quadruple bypass following a doctor's exam on Monday, according to legislative assistant Kitty Musty. She says Davids did NOT have a heart attack, and no heart damage was found by doctors. Davids may have to spend about five days in the hospital. He's running for re-election to the House this year, but was NOT on the primary ballot yesterday.
One year ago, swine flu was a major health concern in Wisconsin, and around the world...
But now, the pandemic has run its course, according to the World Health Organization. Many government agencies in the U-S stopped keeping count of H-1-N-1 cases, according to La Crosse County health director Doug Mormann, so there's no good estimate on how many people in the county got the illness. Health workers believe the general flu vaccine offered this fall will provide protection against H-1-N-1 as well as the seasonal virus.