Hudson police issued an alert for a convicted felon sought in connection with a turbulent incident on Friday at Hudson Hospital that continued to play out on Monday. Authorities and workers at hospitals and pharmacies were urged to be on the lookout for 58-year-old Robert Oscar Holm. According to an announcement issued by the Wisconsin Crime Alert Network, Holm made gun-violence threats at Hudson Hospital Friday after being denied painkillers.
The trophy buck allegedly poached by a Cannon Falls, Minn., man was shot with firearm during bow season, a Department of Natural Resources official said Monday. DNR conservation officer Tyler Quandt said lead fragments were found in the deer's hide, indicating it was killed by a gun and not an arrow, as the suspect, Troy Alan Reinke, previously stated. Assistant Goodhue County Attorney David Grove said he will review new evidence this week and decide whether to file an amended complaint against Reinke. "There may not be that many (additional) charges, if any," Grove said Monday. The 32
Brent Anderson says it's not uncommon for some Frontenac State Park visitors to arrive at the gate looking a bit perplexed. Heading south through Red Wing and Wacouta, they wonder just where the Mississippi River snuck off to. The park's entrance also provides no hint of the river, further confusing visitors lured by stories of its breathtaking views of Lake Pepin. Anderson, the park's assistant manager, understands.
RIVER FALLS -- If all you experience are the upper reaches of Glen Park, you won't be disappointed. Children will gravitate to the historic pool, as they have for generations. A massive open space farther south allows plenty of room for football games or Frisbee tossing. There are ball diamonds. And barbecues.
MILWAUKEE -- Come for the tailgating, stay for the baseball. If you ever find your way inside the stadium, that is. Every Brewers game at Miller Park, thousands pour into the stadium's parking lot hours in advance.
A man suspected of preparing an explosion that rumbled throughout the Red Wing, Minn., area was arrested Tuesday morning at his Welch Township home. Brian Wesley Childs, 30, faces multiple charges in connection with a massive explosion set off on his property Sunday, which sent Prairie Island nuclear generating personnel into high alert. Charges include acting with gross disregard for human life and destruction of property with an explosive or incendiary device -- both felonies. Goodhue County authorities at 10:30 a.m.