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Divorce stinks. No one is a winner, especially if children are involved. How can someone co-parent peacefully in a hostile situation? It is not easy but over time it can be accomplished.
A Racine man has pleaded no contest to making a bomb threat at work because he wanted Halloween off but didn't have any vacation left.
After riding out the Halloween flood on his roof with his wife and four terrified children, Abraham Perdomo would rather be living somewhere else. Somewhere safer, where his daughter isn't afraid of sleeping alone and none of them have to fear every thunderstorm.
The East Side building Gordon Wise lives in isn't haunted, but part of it is a haunted house.
Technically, the "Hokah Forever" painted on the concrete wall along Minnesota Highway 44 near Hokah began as vandalism, a Halloween prank.
With Pinterest, the scope of choice can be overwhelming. Birthday parties must include elaborate food tables. The same high standard applies to Halloween, Christmas and holidays we used to forget about, like St. Patrick’s Day.
A former Central Connecticut State University student who triggered a campus lockdown and massive police response by wearing a Halloween costume with a sword and BB gun has pleaded not guilty to misdemeanor charges including breach of peace.
A man suspected of wounding three people at a strip club made racist comments when he was turned away from the club and returned 30 minutes later wearing a Halloween mask, the club's owner said.
A Central Connecticut State University student is set to make his first court appearance since being accused of triggering a campus lockdown and massive police response by wearing a Halloween costume at the school.