Football Focus 2014

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  • Horses, children forge special bond Oct 16, 2014 10:10 AM
    A horse is more than rippling beauty — it’s something a child can lean on, learn from, care for and share secrets with. Without saying a word, a horse can transform a child’s life. That’s what parents and grandparents are finding out when they bring their youngsters — some with behavioral issues — to Hooves of Hope.

     
  • Bond set at $2M in cold-case death of Wausau woman Oct 16, 2014 10:16 AM
    Bond is set at $2 million for a Wisconsin prison inmate accused of killing a Wausau woman and burying her body four years ago. Thirty-four-year-old Kristopher Torgerson appeared in court by video Wednesday. Torgerson is serving time at Boscobel prison in an unrelated case. Torgerson faces charges of first-degree intentional homicide, attempted armed robbery and hiding a corpse in the death of Stephanie Low. Low disappeared from her apartment on Oct. 10, 2010. Authorities believe Torgerson went to Low’s apartment to get cocaine, and that Low fought him and Torgerson killed her. Police say Torgerson led them to Low’s remains last month in the national forest near Wabeno. Defense attorney Leonard Kachinsky says Torgerson plans to plead not guilty. WSAW-TV reports a preliminary hearing is set for Nov. 25. ——— Information from: WSAW-TV, http://www.wsaw.com

     
  • AP Fact Check: Did school funding rise or fall under Quinn? Oct 16, 2014 5:32 PM
    Whether education funding in Illinois rose or fell under Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn depends on whose money you’re talking about, and during what time period. The question has surfaced repeatedly in the heated campaign between Quinn and his challenger, Republican businessman Bruce Rauner.

     
  • Commission warns Illinois could become ‘sucker state’ Oct 16, 2014 5:38 PM
    A Chicago Crime Commission vice president says Illinois could become known as “the sucker state” if it doesn’t eradicate unregulated casino-like machines he alleges can be fixed to cheat players.

     
  • Public school demographics changing in Illinois Oct 16, 2014 5:01 PM
    The Illinois State Board of Education released statistics showing that more than half of public school students in the state are considered low-income, and for the first time, less than half of public school students are white.

     
  • On a wing and a paintbrush at Milwaukee Art Museum Oct 16, 2014 5:45 AM
    That black speck walking precariously out on the Milwaukee Art Museum’s giant white wings? That’s a painter. Matt Radmacher, owner of Wisconsin Industrial Painters, and two other painters are touching up 40 rust spots on the museum’s Burke Brise Soleil — affectionately called wings — and repainting 72 rusted plates at the base. The painters started Sept. 29 and are expected to finish by the end of this week.

     
  • Group targets ‘sweepstakes’ machines in Illinois Oct 16, 2014 10:43 AM
    An anti-crime group wants to eradicate what it says are illegal video gambling machines at bars and other venues across Illinois. The Chicago Crime Commission will formally launch its campaign against “sweepstakes” machines Thursday.

     
  • Indiana U. statue of WWII journalist Pyle has typo Oct 16, 2014 10:10 AM
    Ernie Pyle’s statue needs an edit. A bronze statue of the famed World War II journalist on the Bloomington campus of Indiana University misspells the word “correspondent” by dropping an “r.”

     
  • State report cards coming Oct. 31, with some changes Oct 16, 2014 5:30 AM
    On Oct. 31, the Illinois State Board of Education will release its annual set of data that measures how well students and schools are performing, but several new metrics will help parents and community members better analyze the numbers.

     
  • Illinois employers post 212,000 job ads in September Oct 15, 2014 6:24 AM
    Illinois businesses placed more than 212,000 “help wanted” ads online in September. Most of the ads were seeking full-time workers. The Illinois Department of Employment Security said Tuesday the leading metropolitan areas where there were jobs being advertised were Chicago, Bloomington/Peoria, Decatur/Springfield and Rockford. The information comes from the Conference Board, an independent business membership and research group. Employment Security Department Director Jay Rowell says the volume of help wanted ads has been consistent and is “a strong signal” of continuing need for workers. The department manages a help-wanted website where workers can apply for many of the listed jobs. The IllinoisJobLink.com site features a “Resume Builder” tool to assist people in preparing a resume.

     
  • Indiana Education Board considering school grade formula Oct 15, 2014 6:15 AM
    The Indiana State Board of Education is set to consider a new school-grading formula and new school grades for the past year.

     
  • Winner of Illinois short film contest announced Oct 15, 2014 6:12 AM
    The Illinois Film Office has announced the winner of the state’s seventh annual short film contest. It’s a film called “Parietal Guidance.” It’s written and directed by Lonnie Edwards. It stars his daughter, Alinah Edwards.

     
  • Gov. Pence’s wife to award $15,500 in grants Oct 15, 2014 6:14 AM
    The wife of Gov. Mike Pence is going to award $15,500 in grants from the First Lady’s Charitable Foundation to 19 organizations throughout Indiana.

     
  • Astronaut Walker to give talks on Purdue campus Oct 15, 2014 6:17 AM
    Astronaut Charles Walker will speak at Purdue University next week about his experiences in the space program.

     
  • Man accused of southern Illinois shooting Oct 15, 2014 6:19 AM
    A southern Illinois man is being held in lieu of $2 million bond after being charged with attempted murder. He is accused of shooting another man in the back of the neck with a shotgun.

     
  • Latest Marquette University poll on state races to be released Oct 15, 2014 6:21 AM
    The latest Marquette University Law School poll showing voters’ thoughts on the races for governor and attorney general is slated to be released.

     
  • Danville building increasing county insurance bill Oct 15, 2014 6:27 AM
    Officials in Vermillion County in eastern Illinois say concerns about a vacant skyscraper makes it more expensive to insure an adjacent county building. The 12-story Bresee Tower in downtown Danville is the tallest building in the county. It was built in 1917 and has been vacant since 2006. The News-Gazette in Champaign reports Danville Mayor Scott Eisenhauer said the building’s exterior terra cotta falls away as it weathers. Those chunks can damage the adjacent building. Vermilion County Financial Resources Director Nikki Bogart says the insurance costs are increasing by 30 percent. That will increase county costs by about $50,000 a year. Bresee Tower isn’t very big by modern standards. However, in 2012 it was listed on the state’s Ten Most Endangered Historic Places list.

     
  • Driver leads Evansville police on 25-mile chase Oct 15, 2014 6:43 AM
    Police in Evansville say a suspected shoplifter led police officers on a 25-mile-long chase sometimes before she was arrested. The chase began Tuesday evening after the car hit another vehicle on the city’s east side, then fled from officers on Interstate 164. Police Sgt. Jason Cullum tells the Evansville Courier & Press the 40-year-old female driver topped 100 mph and crossed the highway’s median from the northbound lanes into southbound traffic. She drove back into the city, where she stopped and was arrested. Cullum says several items possibly stolen from a Wal-Mart were found inside the woman’s car. She faces preliminary charges including theft, resisting arrest, criminal recklessness and drug possession.

     
  • Officials: Jockey dies after fall at Indiana track Oct 15, 2014 6:43 AM
    Authorities say a young jockey has died after he was injured during a race at a central Indiana horse racing track.

     
  • Groundbreaking set for Coffin House visitor center Oct 15, 2014 6:43 AM
    The Indiana State Museum says it will break ground later this month on a $3.2 million visitor center at a key eastern Indiana stop on the Underground Railroad for escaped slaves.

     
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