local • 2A-3A
Using yoga as therapeutic tool
Tori Cavanaugh’s eating disorder started in high school and worsened when she went to college. Years later, she got into treatment, which included yoga. Eventually, Cavanaugh became trained to teach yoga to both children and adults. Today, the 35-year-old Janesville woman reminds her students to leave their judgment outside the class as she helps young people see their bodies in a positive light.
Voter ID suppressing votes?
Rick Daniels, Oakton Community College’s director of campus inclusion, spoke Saturday afternoon at UW-Rock County about issues that inhibit some groups from voting and engaging in the democratic process. Daniels said Wisconsin’s voter identification laws are a form of voter suppression that keep minorities from the ballot box.
sports • 1B-8B
Bucks top Orlando, 111-104
Giannis Antetokounmpo scored 32 points and 40-year-old Jason Terry came off the bench to score 11 points in the second half as Milwaukee scored a 111-104 victory over the Orlando Magic in Orlando on Saturday night.
nation/world • 9B-10B
Israeli plane shot down
In its most serious engagement in neighboring Syria since fighting there began in 2011, Israel shot down an infiltrating Iranian drone Saturday and struck Iranian targets deep in Syria before one of its own jets was downed. The sudden escalation offers what could be a harbinger of what lies ahead as the Syrian fighting winds down and an emboldened Iran establishes a military presence that Israel vows it will never accept.
False alarms raise questions
John Grosso knew it was highly unlikely a monster wave was barreling toward the Connecticut coast. But when a tsunami warning appeared out of the blue on his phone Tuesday, he felt a twinge of fear. His co-workers, who got the same alert, asked whether they should evacuate. It turned out to be a false alarm, a computer glitch. The damage? An erosion of trust.