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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - Lake County Sheriff'S Office
A Lake County sheriff's deputy has been injured in a crash with a garbage truck in northern Illinois.
Authorities say a central Florida man is recovering after being attacked by a bear in his yard.
In a story Feb. 17 about two Wisconsin men who died in a Colorado avalanche, The Associated Press erroneously reported that both still lived in Portage, where they grew up. Jarrard Law still lived in Portage, but Justin Lentz had moved to Sun Prairie in recent years.
Two skiers killed in a large avalanche in Colorado were good friends from a small town in southern Wisconsin, relatives and colleagues said Monday.
Authorities say two skiers were killed and three others were injured in a large avalanche in Colorado.
Massive explosions rocked a central Florida propane gas plant, sending seven people to area hospitals.