Schaffhausen may plead guilty; man charged in cyber-attack on Koch companies; more state news

March 27, 2013 at 3:13 am in Hudson Star-Observer

The attorney for accused killer Aaron Schaffhausen said Tuesday his client might admit to the crimes yet still maintain an insanity claim. Also, a new study indicates that costs for state health insurers may rise 80 percent once thousands of now-uninsured residents begin drawing benefits. Read on for stories about the DNR lowering the cost of a wolf license and a Black Creek man is charged in assisting in cyber attacks. Continue Reading