Madison police arrest casino homicide suspect
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Madison police have arrested a man wanted in a fatal stabbing outside a casino near Wisconsin Dells.
Authorities say the 68-year-old suspect was arrested about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday outside an eastside business in Madison. A plow driver saw the man being dropped off near the business and called police since it seemed suspicious.
JACKSON, Tenn. (AP) — By 10 a.m. every morning Harold Johnson can be found at Regency Retirement Village caring for his wife of 58 years, Sandra.
He stays to feed her lunch and heads out around 1 p.m. to feed himself and walk his dog before heading right back to Regency.
Like clockwork, Harold Johnson is back by 3:30 p.m. to sit with Sandra, feed her dinner and tuck her into bed for the night.
WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas sailor who died during the 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor will be honored after his remains are brought home this summer.
Glenn Tipton was killed aboard the USS Oklahoma, a battleship that capsized in the attack by Japanese aircraft.
JUNEAU -- Two seats on the Dodge County Board of Supervisors will have no official candidates in the upcoming spring election. A third race was almost left open, but according to county clerk Karen Gibson, a Brownsville man completed his paperwork to run for the board's District 15 seat.
JUNEAU -- Two seats on the Dodge County Board of Supervisors will have no official candidates in the upcoming spring election, but a third empty race was averted when a Brownsville man completed paperwork to run for the board's District 15 seat.
Timothy Kemmel filed paperwork for District 15 on Friday and will be unopposed on the April 3 ballot. The incumbent, Harold Johnson, did not register a candidacy for re-election nor did he file non-candidacy papers.
Arkansas pilot recalls 1972 airplane hijacking
WALNUT RIDGE, Ark. (AP) — Nov. 10, 1972, started like any other day for Walnut Ridge native and pilot Harold Johnson.
He woke up, made his daily drive to Memphis and from there co-piloted a plane with pilot William "Billy Bob" Haas to Birmingham, Alabama. The plane let some passengers off, took a few more on and departed the airport.
After reaching cruising altitude, Johnson heard a "scuffle" in the galley. He figured it was passengers and flight attendants engaging in horseplay.