The Polish government spokesman says the prime minister will announce changes in her Cabinet following its weekly session on Wednesday.
Prime Minister Beata Szydlo said Friday she would make personnel and structural changes this week, because some ministers were not meeting her expectations and things were not going as well as they should.
Wisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is approaching $10 million.
Two people died in Wisconsin and a train derailed last week after torrential rains in several western and central counties.
Parish officials say they need the public's help in identifying graves that were disturbed inside eight cemeteries in Sorrento, Prairieville, St. Amant and the Gonzales area.
The Advocate reports (http://bit.ly/2cBadNI) parish officials did not say how many have yet to be identified but said that, overall, 16 caskets need to be reinterred and another 14 displaced vaults need to be put back in their plots.
Some residents have expressed worry that the expansion will create even worse traffic in Clayton, the St. Louis County seat that is already a busy place.
State officials have estimated that total public assistance for the nearly $1 billion project will amount to $147 million over a 20-year period.
An accountant is again set to plead guilty to helping the founder and former CEO of Pennsylvania's largest online charter school avoid federal income taxes on more than $8 million that man siphoned from the school.
Trombetta acknowledged using the school's money to buy a Florida condominium, houses for his mother and girlfriend, and various personal expenses, and socking most of the money away for retirement.