When looking at the arson, he had the same sentiments as the murder. There are people who could choose to burn a house for insurance money or as revenge, but with no one inside. He took the evidence as Martin murdered Riegle, left assuming police would be on their way, when he realized they weren he went back and burned the house and the victim.
“I don’t think COVID’s going to be able to stop us from jumping up and down, and fist bumping,” he said. “You’re going to see a lot of happy people no matter what, once we get this thing on the surface safely.” ___ The Associated Press Health and Science Department receives support from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute’s Department of Science Education. The AP is solely responsible for all content.
With high pressure keeping the sky clear, temperatures will rapidly drop tonight through Sunday morning. Northerly winds of 10 to 15 MPH will result in dangerously cold wind chill values. Not much relief is expected Sunday afternoon, leading to another night of dangerous wind chills, through Monday late morning.
The week of May 7 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the Finance Committee, the Plan Commission, the City County Homeless Issues Committee, the Task Force on Structure of City Government Communications Subcommittee, the Oscar Mayer Strategic Assessment Committee, the Neighborhood Meeting about Gorman and Co.’s Development Proposal for 1326 E. Washington, the Urban Design Commission, the Task Force on Structure of City Government Subcommittee on Government Officials, the Transit and Parking Commission, the Board of Park Commissioners, the Board of Health for Madison and Dane County, the Equal Opportunities Commission, the Neighborhood Meeting about Proposed Hotel Development at 118 126 State St, the Task Force on Structure of City Government Executive Subcommittee, and the Common Council President’s Work Group on Surveillance Equipment Data Management Policies. The city meeting agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in.
It will also analyze a few remaining route alternatives including center running on East Washington and Mineral Point and the Mendota Street, as well as the location certain stations on the near east and far west sides. I got an advance preview last week. Staff is looking at installing stations in the center median along E Washington Ave which will affect left turn options at several intersections including Paterson, Baldwin, 4th Street, Milwaukee, Marquette and Melvin Ct.