MILWAUKEE (AP) -- A Milwaukee special education teacher faces charges for allegedly fondling himself in front of students who are cognitively ...
Police say a 35-year-old Fond du Lac man was backing his pickup truck into a parking stall when a 5-year-old child ran behind him and was run over. The child died at St. Agnes ...
Below are starting lineups that have been made public by the clubs. A lineup is not official until it is handed to the umpire. Additional lineups will be added as they become available: Baltimore Orioles: 1. ...
A Wisconsin dairy farmer has been acquitted on three of four counts in a trial related to the sale of raw milk. According to the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel, dairy farmer Vernon Hershberger was found guilty on one charge of violating a holding order placed on products at his farm after a 2010 raid. Hershberger could get up to a year in jail and a $10,000 fine. The jury returned its verdict ...
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Wisconsin residents who want to be protected from unsolicited telemarketing phone calls and text messages have until the end of the month to sign up for the state's `no call' list. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection says if you've already been on the list, you need to re-register every two years to stay on it. Consumers ...
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MADISON, Wis. -- A man known to ride through Madison on a scooter -- dressed in thong underwear and a cape -- may be disturbing to schoolchildren. But police say the rider they call "Thong Cape Scooter Man" isn't breaking any laws. Earlier this month, staff at John F. Kennedy Elementary School called authorities after the man rode by in his unmentionables while students were ...
MILWAUKEE - Police are investigating after a man is shot on Milwaukee's north side. It happened just after 12:30 a.m. near 27th and Hadley. Police say a 25-year-old man was shot and is being treated for serious injuries. Authorities do have one person in ...
MOUNT CALVARY - The Fond du Lac County Sheriff's Department says a 5 year old child has died after being hit in a parking lot Friday night. It happened at Maximillian's Restaurant in Mount Calvary. A man was backing his pickup into a parking stall when the child ran behind the truck. No names are being released at this time and the crash remains under ...
It should be mostly cloudy and dry in southeastern Wisconsin on Saturday, though there may be a slight chance of a sprinkle -- especially in the southwest. That's the prognosis of Jesse Ritka, meteorologist for WTMJ-TV (Channel 4), who predicts a high temperature of 58. The clouds will lift a bit on Sunday, Ritka says, and the temperature will warm into the low 60s. A warm front ...
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Of the forty five U.S. senators who voted down Wednesday's gun reform bill, 42 have received funding from arms manufacturers or their agents.
The London newspaper The Guardian revealed the statistic on Thursday citing a study dating back to 1990.
On Capitol Hill, 45% of the Senate was able to derail a proposal that polls say is supported by roughly 90% of Americans.
"Everyone who voted yesterday knows after reading that bill, in their heart of hearts, that the bill would have made America safer," MSNBC's co-host Mika Brzezinski said on Thursday's Morning Joe. "We are the 90%," his co-host Joe Scarborough added. "And 90% will not be ignored."
Forty one Republicans voted against the bill, as did four Democrats.
"All in all this was a pretty shameful day for Washington," President Barack Obamai, in company with victims of gun violence, told a press conference in the Rose Garden Wednesday.
Seven amendments were put up, covering assault weapons, high-capacity magazines and straw purchases. All 7 amendments were defeated.
The senators who opposed the bills were:
1. Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-TN)
2. Sen. Kelly Ayotte (R-NH)
3. Sen. ...
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