A Tomah man who was accused of using hidden cameras to record young girls in the bathroom faces at least 15 years in federal prison after being convicted on multiple counts related to child pornography.
It would mark the first time that U.S.-controlled doses of vaccines authorized for use in the country will be shared overseas, as domestic demand for the shots has dropped significantly in recent weeks.
The CDC estimates that nearly six million Americans may be living with Alzheimer’s disease. A group hit particularly hard by the increased social isolation experienced during the last year. But this weekend, an impromptu motorcycle rally served to reunite family and stir up positive memories.
The payments are part of President Joe Biden’s $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package, which expanded the child tax credit for one year and made it possible to pre-pay the benefits on a monthly basis. Nearly 88% of children are set to receive the benefits without their parents needing to take any additional action.
Homicide charges were filed against David Morris for the death of Renee Caird. The Weston man was shot and wounded by police who responded to Caird’s call for help, the state Department of Justice said.
With the number of hospitalized patients close to record-high levels, along with a slow vaccine rollout, more people in Japan are feeling uneasy about the prospect of carrying out the world’s biggest sports event in just 10 weeks.
A former suburban Minneapolis police officer charged with second-degree manslaughter for fatally shooting 20-year-old Black motorist Daunte Wright is scheduled to appear in court via videoconference Monday.
Eau Claire residents talk about whether they think the city council and county board should repeal the current countywide mask mandate following new CDC guidance saying fully vaccinated people don't need to wear them in most settings.