A judge's decision to release a Wisconsin woman who helped stab her sixth-grade classmate to please online horror character Slender Man from a mental health facility has left the victim's family nervous and afraid, a spokesman said Tuesday.
More than 500 purple ribbons adorn residences around Stoughton, letting Vikings athletes know their supporters will be ready when sports return.
The bill, which cleared the Assembly and has its first hearing in a Senate committee on Wednesday morning, could bring in millions of research dollars, according to one business leader.
The white foster parents of African-American children attended a county-sponsored event to learn about skin moisturizers, hair detanglers and other products and techniques somewhat foreign to them but important to the self-confidence and success of their children.
School districts required to offer health insurance through WEA Trust, a company created by the teachers' union, would save $68 million a year…