MILWAUKEE - Researchers have found elevated numbers of tumors in fish in the Milwaukee, Menomonee and Kinnickinnic rivers, suggesting that more cleanup efforts are needed to remove contaminants from the three Wisconsin waterways.
A former nun who knew one of the two nuns slain in Mississippi says the victim had always been interested in working with the "poorest of the poor."
Darlene Nicgorski said Saturday that she had recruited Sister Margaret Held to come to Holly Springs, Mississippi, to work as a social worker in a program there that ran schools and offered day care to help young mothers finish school.
Nicgorski said Held was "always interested in working with the marginalized, the underserved, the poorest of the poor."
Held and Sister Paula Merrill were found dead Thursday in their Mississippi home. A suspect was arrested late Friday and charged in their killings.
Nicgorski said the sisters' deaths just don't make sense. She said they would have given the suspect anything he needed.
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