Last-Minute Doctor's Report Leads To Delay Of Stanley Hearing
One more delay for Bryan Stanley...
The commitment hearing for the man who killed three people at an Onalaska church has been delayed until next month, because of information received by Stanley's lawyer on short notice. Attorney Tom Hayes says he got a doctor's report on Stanley late yesterday afternoon, and he has not had time to review the report with his client. Stanley was sent back to the Mendota hospital last month after experiencing 'anxiety.' He has been living in the area for three years, after spending more than 20 years in the state hospital because of the church murders.
Two Reported Dead In Holmen Rollover
A fatal crash is being investigated near Holmen this morning.
The sheriff's department tells us the accident on La Crosse County Road X-X was reported around 6 a-m. They have not confirmed any deaths in the crash.
La Crosse County Nearly the Best in Unemployment Rate
La Crosse county has climbed back into the state's number two position for unemployment rates. The state's Department of Workforce Development measures La Crosse county's unemployment rate for March at 5.6%. That's four tenths of a percent lower than the month before and seven tenths lower than March of last year. That puts the county just behind Dane county with the lowest unemployment rate in the state. The state says the La Crosse metro area has managed to add just four hundred jobs since March of last year. The state as a whole has shed nearly 24 thousand jobs in the same time period.
Miller Says Casino Money Needed For New Stadium
No more casinos no matter how much money they bring in. That's the sediment of some Minnesota lawmakers who are trying to get a bill passed to build a new Vikings stadium. Winona Republican Senator Jeremy Miller says a proposal he is working on with the White Earth Tribe would do just that.....give the state money......$400 million worth. In exchange for a casino.
It will take 68 votes in the House and 34 in the Senate to pass a Vikings bill. But the plan probably needs at least a few more than the bare minimum so no one could be cast as the deciding vote come campaign season.
Discipline Possible for Circuit Court Judges
Several local judges could face discipline for signing recall petitions. The Wisconsin Judicial Commission is expected to decide this week whether 29 circuit court judges around the state should face some sort of discipline for signing recall petitions for governor Walker. From La Crosse county, circuit court judges Ramona Gonzalez, Todd Bjerke and Dale Pasell signed the recall petitions. Judge J. David Rice in Monroe county signed. As did Trempealeau county judge John Damon, Jackson county judge Thomas Lister and Vernon county circuit court judge Michael Rosborough.