University Of Wisconsin-Stout
A University of Wisconsin-Stout student found dead in January had a mix of drugs and alcohol in her system, according to the Menomonie Police Department. Jesse Jensen, 23, was found dead in her bedroom on Jan. 22. Jensen, from Owen, Wis., was a senior at the school. Toxicology tests indicate Jensen had a blood-alcohol level of 0.16 at the time of her death, and had morphine and oxycodone in her system.
The Red Bull Crashed Ice track is going up right now in St. Paul. The frozen course sends racers up to 40 miles per hour down a twisted frozen course. The races are on Feb. 22, but before the event, some local folks have been inspired to try it at home. Cole Meyer iced over a giant hill at his parent’s house in Buffalo to re-create the course.
A three-day walk will raise money to help end what organizers call the “book famine” in Africa.
A deer caused thousands of dollars in damages after it crashed through a window in a building at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
The driver of a car that struck and killed a University of Wisconsin-Stout student has been acquitted of charges.
Twenty-three-year-old Jared Britton of Maplewood, Minn., was accused of pushing 23-year-old Bradley Simon as he was riding a bicycle in Menomonie last September, causing him to crash into a concrete wall.
A University of Wisconsin-Stout student is facing felony charges after an alleged drunk driving accident that killed a fellow student.