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Milwaukee organization ships more than 100K cans of water to help Texans impacted by winter storms

Milwaukee organization ships more than 100K cans of water to help Texans impacted by winter storms

A southeast Wisconsin based non-profit, CannedWater4Kids, packed up the first of three shipments of water headed to Conroe, Texas on Tuesday.4:56 PM, Feb 23, 2021MILWAUKEE — A southeast Wisconsin based non-profit, , packed up the first of three shipments of water headed to Conroe, Texas on Tuesday. The organization has sent canned water across the country, and the world, after natural disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes strike. This time, founder Greg Stromberg knew help was needed in Texas following the devastating winter storms that left many without access to electricity or clean...

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Man who lost both legs in OWI crash, shares remarkable recovery and outlook on future

Man who lost both legs in OWI crash, shares remarkable recovery and outlook on future

A South Milwaukee man's life changed forever one year ago. He was hit by a drunk driver, which led to both of his legs having to be amputated. While most would be resentful, he is choosing to live with a positive purpose.11:27 AM, Feb 21, 2021A young South Milwaukee man’s life changed forever, exactly one year ago.On the night of February 20th, 2020, Daniel Franecki, 36, was hit by a drunk driver. It led to both of his legs being amputated.While most would be resentful after going through something like that, Franecki is choosing to live with such a positive purpose. His resilience is...

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Racine Unified School Board discusses in-person learning, teachers union urges caution

Racine Unified School Board discusses in-person learning, teachers union urges caution

During a Monday night meeting, some Board members expressed concern there is not enough time for teachers to prepare for the March 1 return. Others noted CDC guidance says districts shouldn't wait for the vaccination to allow in-person learning.6:45 PM, Feb 22, 2021RACINE, Wis. — The local teacher's union in Racine, along with Racine's Common Council, has urged Racine Unified School District to hold off returning to in-person classes until staff has the opportunity to get vaccinated.RUSD has offered three instructional models for students starting March 1. The options include a staggered...

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An All-female Medical Team In Rural Alaska Is Delivering Vaccines By Snowmobile And Sled

An All-female Medical Team In Rural Alaska Is Delivering Vaccines By Snowmobile And Sled

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Former Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah hired as Waukesha County sheriff's deputy

Former Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah hired as Waukesha County sheriff's deputy

Former Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah, who fatally shot three people during his time as an officer, has been hired as a Waukesha County sheriff's deputy, the Sheriff's Department said in a news release Tuesday.11:46 AM, Jan 26, 2021WAUKESHA, Wis. -- Former Wauwatosa police officer Joseph Mensah, , has been hired as a Waukesha County sheriff's deputy, the Sheriff's Department said in a news release Tuesday.Mensah has been the subject of ongoing protests in Wauwatosa over the controversial uses of force. He was not charged in any of the fatal shootings."While some have expressed...

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Motion to change Rittenhouse's bond agreement after allegedly flashing white-power signs at bar

Motion to change Rittenhouse's bond agreement after allegedly flashing white-power signs at bar

Kenosha County prosecutors are attempting to modify Kyle Rittenhouse's bond agreement after they say the 18-year-old flashed white-power signs while posing for photos, drank several beers and was 'loudly serenaded' with the Proud Boys' official song at a Mount Pleasant bar.8:12 PM, Jan 13, 2021KENOSHA — Kenosha County prosecutors are attempting to modify Kyle Rittenhouse's bond agreement after they say the 18-year-old flashed white-power signs while posing for photos, drank several beers and was 'loudly serenaded' with the Proud Boys' official song at a Mount Pleasant bar.Rittenhouse, who...

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Wisconsin father shoots newborn, abandons her in fallen tree: Complaint

Wisconsin father shoots newborn, abandons her in fallen tree: Complaint

Green County Circuit CourtLogan T. Kruckenberg-Anderson in court Tuesday.4:48 PM, Jan 12, 2021WARNING: This incident may be disturbing to some readers. GREEN COUNTY -- A 16-year-old father is facing homicide charges after prosecutors say he placed his nude child inside a snow-covered fallen tree and fired two gunshots into the baby's head.Logan T. Kruckenberg-Anderson, 16 years old of Albany, Wis., was charged with first-degree intentional homicide and felony Move/Hide/Bury Corpse of Child in Green County Court Tuesday. If found guilty, Kruckenberg-Anderson could spend the rest of his life...

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Only in Wisconsin: Cows cause traffic jam in Hartland

Only in Wisconsin: Cows cause traffic jam in Hartland

11:27 AM, Jan 08, 2021HARTLAND, Wis. — It's not an everyday occurrence that a traffic jam is caused by a couple of cows in the road, but here in Wisconsin, it isn't too uncommon. A few brown cows parading on County Rd. E in Hartland Wis. caused a school traffic jam at Swallow School District. Luckily Superintendent Melissa Thompson and custodian Jeffrey Grunwald took action as they were directing traffic in the school's parking lot. They both helped guide the cows back to safety. "Only in Wisconsin would this be the reason for an end-of-the-day traffic jam at school," said Grunwald.School...

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Rittenhouse not violating bond after appearing at Mount Pleasant tavern, police say

Rittenhouse not violating bond after appearing at Mount Pleasant tavern, police say

Google MapsPudgy's Pub.3:30 PM, Jan 08, 2021MOUNT PLEASANT — Mount Pleasant police say they received a report of Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of shooting and killing two people during protests in Kenosha, at a local pub while out on bond.The person who contacted police said they thought they spotted Rittenhouse, via video, at Pudgy’s Pub on Tuesday. The caller said she was concerned the 18-year-old was in violation of his bond agreement.Mount Pleasant police later confirmed that Rittenhouse was not in violation of his bond agreement. Police said they made the confirmation with the Kenosha...

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Waukesha mayor announces departure from Republican Party

Waukesha mayor announces departure from Republican Party

City of Waukesha11:39 AM, Jan 07, 2021Waukesha Mayor Shawn Reilly announced he is leaving the Republican Party following hundreds of rioters stormed the U.S Capitol building as legislators began to certify President-elect Joe Biden's presidential victory."I am ashamed that I was a member of the Republican Party," Mayor Reilly stated in a Facebook post.He is just one of many lawmakers to decry the act of treason against the U.S Capitol. Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow, responded to the Mayor's comments by saying, “I know mayor Reilly really well and respect him, I think the actions...

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Kenosha officer will not be charged in Jacob Blake's shooting, DA says

Kenosha officer will not be charged in Jacob Blake's shooting, DA says

A Kenosha police officer will not be charged in the August shooting of Jacob Blake, the Kenosha County District Attorney announced Tuesday.3:17 PM, Jan 05, 2021KENOSHA — A Kenosha police officer will not be charged in the August shooting of Jacob Blake, the Kenosha County District Attorney announced Tuesday.The District Attorney made the announcement at a press conference Tuesday afternoon. D.A. Michael Graveley said his office would not recommend charges against Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey.Sheskey shot Blake multiple times in the back on Aug. 23. Officers had responded to the...

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Family Video closing all remaining stores

Family Video closing all remaining stores

Alice ReidA picture of a Family Video store in Ashwaubenon.11:48 AM, Jan 05, 2021GREEN BAY (NBC 26) — No more "be kind, rewind." Family Video, a Midwest-based video rental chain, announced Tuesday it is closing all of its remaining locations nationwide, including several in Wisconsin.The company said in a news release Tuesday stores have begun their liquidation sales. The stores are selling movies, video games, CBD products, store fixtures and more at closeout prices. Each location will officially close once all of their inventory is sold, the company says.“We are very thankful to have been...

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Pharmacist accused of spoiling COVID-19 vaccine believed it would change people's DNA, officials say

Pharmacist accused of spoiling COVID-19 vaccine believed it would change people's DNA, officials say

The pharmacist accused of intentionally spoiling nearly 600 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at a Grafton clinic made his initial appearance in an Ozaukee court Monday.1:54 PM, Jan 04, 2021OZAUKEE COUNTY — The pharmacist accused of intentionally spoiling nearly 600 doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine at a Grafton clinic was released from Ozaukee County Jail on Monday.Steven Brandenburg is the pharmacist accused of deliberately spoiling vials of vaccine at the Grafton Aurora Medical Center on two occasions. The Ozaukee County District Attorney Adam Gerol told a judge that the vaccines...

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More than 1.5 billion masks believed to have entered oceans in 2020

More than 1.5 billion masks believed to have entered oceans in 2020

2:41 PM, Dec 24, 2020SAN DIEGO, Calif. — For months, we’ve seen face masks in places they shouldn’t be: storm drains, streets, beaches, and parks.Now, we’re learning just how many could be flooding our oceans.“Once plastic enters the marine environment, it’s very difficult to move," said Dr. Teale Phelps Bondaroff, director of research for . The marine conservation group has been tracking the number of face masks washing up on a remote island south of Hong Kong since the pandemic started. “About six weeks after COVID hit Hong Kong, so late February, we began finding masks, and lots of...

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Milwaukee health officials: Stay home for the holidays, or prepare for a dark winter

Milwaukee health officials: Stay home for the holidays, or prepare for a dark winter

Stay home. That's the big ask that was made by city health leaders and Mayor Tom Barrett on Tuesday.4:22 PM, Dec 22, 2020MILWAUKEE — Stay home. That's the big ask that was made by city health leaders and Mayor Tom Barrett on Tuesday.They spoke in front of the Miller Park COVID-19 testing site where city leaders are pushing for testing and people to change their holiday plans this year.The push is to continue to be tested and stay home for the holidays. While that is a tall order, they are doing this so you will not have to plan a funeral next year.“We're overall concerned about any...

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Milwaukee County election officials found "no instances of fraud" during recount

Milwaukee County election officials found "no instances of fraud" during recount

5:41 PM, Nov 27, 2020MILWAUKEE — On Friday evening, the Milwaukee County Board of Elections concluded the recount and certified the results from election night.Election officials said that no instances of fraud were found while conducting the recount.This comes after a week long recount process that took place at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee.Out of a total 459,723 votes President-Elect Joe Biden received 317,527 and President Trump received 134,482.Overall, Biden added 257 votes while Trump gained 125 votes which means Biden netted a total of 132 votes.Dane County is expected to have...

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Biden netted 132 extra votes after Milwaukee County recount

Biden netted 132 extra votes after Milwaukee County recount

The Milwaukee County election recount is finalized and didn't discover fraud. Now it could could go to the courts for further challenging by the Trump team.6:30 PM, Nov 27, 2020MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County completed its portion of Wisconsin’s partial presidential recount Friday night after the Milwaukee County Board of Canvassers certified the results.Milwaukee County ultimately recounted nearly 460,000 votes. President-elect Joe Biden gained 257 votes and President Donald Trump added 125 votes compared to Milwaukee County’s official canvass results. President-elect Biden netted an...

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'I'm furious about this': Witnesses describe mass shooting at Mayfair Mall

'I'm furious about this': Witnesses describe mass shooting at Mayfair Mall

Witnesses and family members of witnesses of the shooting at Mayfair Mall Friday are talking about the tragedy they just experienced.6:43 PM, Nov 20, 2020WAUWATOSA — Witnesses and family members of witnesses of the shooting at Mayfair Mall Friday are talking about the tragedy they just experienced.Eight people including one teen were shot by a suspect at Mayfair Mall Friday afternoon, and the suspect is still at large, police say. Wauwatosa Police Chief Barry Weber said during an evening press conference that seven adults were injured and one teen was injured.MORE COVERAGE:One man learned...

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Nov 20
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How did Wisconsin's unemployment system get so bad?

How did Wisconsin's unemployment system get so bad?

The system crumbled during the pandemicThousands of people are still waiting for unemployment benefits in November, as the backlog of unpaid claims that started in March has reached its ninth month.6:57 AM, Nov 17, 2020Thousands of Wisconsin residents are still waiting for unemployment benefits, as a backlog that started back in March continues. Years of neglect and changes to unemployment law led to a complicated system that many found confusing. When they made honest mistakes and their claims were held up, they all tried to call the department at the same time, creating a log jam. Victor...

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Nov 17
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Kyle Rittenhouse released from custody on $2 million cash bond

Kyle Rittenhouse released from custody on $2 million cash bond

Nam Y. Huh/APKyle Rittenhouse listens to defense attorney John Pierce during an extradition hearing in Lake County court Friday, Oct. 30, 2020, in Waukegan, Ill. Rittenhouse is accused of killing two protesters days after Jacob Blake was shot by police in Kenosha, Wis. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, Pool)2:49 PM, Nov 20, 2020KENOSHA — Kyle Rittenhouse, accused of shooting and killing two people during protests in Kenosha, has been released from jail on bond Friday.A spokesperson with the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department announced that Rittenhouse's attorney paid the that was set by a judge...

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The future of physical therapy being built at UW-Milwaukee

The future of physical therapy being built at UW-Milwaukee

The future of physical therapy is being developed right here in Milwaukee. A group of engineers at UW-Milwaukee are on the forefront of re-imagining doctor-patient relationships and how people rehab their injuries.6:13 PM, Nov 09, 2020MILWAUKEE — The future of physical therapy is being developed right here in Milwaukee. A group of engineers at UW-Milwaukee are at the forefront of re-imagining doctor-patient relationships and how people rehab their injuries.Dr. Habib Rahman and his team of Ph.D. students have been working on an autonomous exoskeleton robotic arm that allows the elderly,...

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Cedarburg School District moves classes online amid COVID-19 surge

Cedarburg School District moves classes online amid COVID-19 surge

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)COVID-197:49 PM, Nov 13, 2020CEDARBURG — Cedarburg School District is switching to virtual learning as COVID-19 cases swell in the community.The school district Superintendent Todd Bugnacki wrote to families Friday that with cases "increasing dramatically," the district is having trouble filling vacant positions as teachers and staff isolate due to the virus.Thus, starting Nov. 20, all classes will move online, and will remain there until Dec. 7.Bugnacki released the following schedule:During that last week of in-person instruction, teachers...

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Wisconsin appeals court rules Evers' COVID-19 order is 'invalid and unenforceable'

Wisconsin appeals court rules Evers' COVID-19 order is 'invalid and unenforceable'

Wisconsin reported a record-breaking 6,141 cases of coronavirus on Friday, the first time the state has ever topped 6,000 cases in a single day.3:57 PM, Nov 06, 2020MADISON — Wisconsin's Third District Court of Appeals has ruled that Gov. Tony Evers' order that limits indoor capacity is "invalid and unenforceable."Executive Order #3 limits public gatherings indoors to 25 percent capacity across the state. The order was set to conclude on Friday.The order, which has been allowed and then blocked amid several lawsuits, has not been in effect since an appeals court blocked it on Oct. 24. It...

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51 of 72 Wisconsin counties complete canvasses resulting in minor vote shift

51 of 72 Wisconsin counties complete canvasses resulting in minor vote shift

More than two thirds of the counties in Wisconsin have submitted official election results after completing their canvasses.6:21 PM, Nov 11, 2020More than two thirds of the counties in Wisconsin have submitted official election results after completing their canvasses.The largest counties in the state including Milwaukee, Dane and Waukesha are still in the audit process, but more than 50 other counties have finished their canvasses. Altogether, the reporting counties show a small gain in votes for Joe Biden and a loss of about a few hundred votes for President Trump.The state’s largest...

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New movie shot entirely in Wisconsin, with nearly all cast and crew from the Dairy State

New movie shot entirely in Wisconsin, with nearly all cast and crew from the Dairy State

Wisconsinites have another reason to be proud of the Badger State as a new movie featured a nearly all Wisconsin-based cast/crew and all filming locations were in Wisconsin.6:59 PM, Nov 10, 2020WISCONSIN — Wisconsinites, you have another reason to be proud of your state. A soon-to-be-released movie on Nov. 24 is absolutely positively Wisconsin. Other than two people, the entire cast and crew are based out of Wisconsin, and the entire film was shot here.The movie is called Mags and Julie Go On A Road Trip.“It’s a great way to highlight Wisconsin and Wisconsinites, and show there’s a ton of...

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