Campus Location: 608-265-6389 Community Office: 608-251-5126 24-Hour Crisis Line: 608-251-7273 Domestic Abuse Intervention Services is an off-campus community agency providing free and confidential services for survivors of dating/domestic violence, stalking, including emergency shelter, legal advocacy, community education, and support groups.

24-Hour Help Lines 608-251-4445 or 800-747-4045 UHS Mental Health Services provides confidential on-campus mental health resource for UW–Madison students, providing individual, couple/partner, and group counseling.

It's the most couples-centric time of year, so we thought we'd focus on the non-partnered among us.

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The Grade, a Tinder-esque dating app (with more substance), has recently compiled data on how people's occupations influence their choice of partner and, subsequently, their luck in love.

For any firefighters reading this, be aware of something that's probably obvious: Your career has one of the highest "Like" rates overall. Calculated from over 450,000 "Likes" and "Skips" from their users, The Grade's data brought a few surprising findings to light.

North East Labour MSP Richard Baker said bringing in police would be an “extreme”.

"I've never heard of a situation like this one right across the whole of Scotland,” he said.

UHS Victim Advocacy & Violence Prevention provides free victim advocacy and confidential support to UW-Madison student victim/survivors of sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence, and/or stalking.

Our staff can provide emotional support, assist with arranging academic and housing accommodations, can provide information about reporting options, and support survivors in deciding what is most helpful for them.

A spokesperson for the trust said that it is “essential” that they discuss and put into place contingency plans, but they are currently focussing on filling the positions.

The proposal comes from minutes which will be put before the board which suggest: “Looking at what the third sector, for example the Red Cross and the police, might do to assist with back up.” There is no suggestion that they would take on frontline roles.

Body parts found Saturday in a recycling bin outside of a Seattle home belong to a local woman who went missing the night before, police said Monday night.

LOVED ONES STILL LOOKING FOR REMAINS AFTER CEREMONY CLOSES Friends and family hadn’t seen Ingrid Lyne, a 40-year-old nurse and mother of three from nearby Renton, since she went to a baseball game Friday night with a man she met online. Seattle police, who are leading the search for Lyne, announced Monday that her date to the game had been arrested in Snohomish County and the body parts are believed to be hers.

"The staffing position, whilst challenging, continues to improve,” a spokeswoman said.