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Protesters take to downtown Waukesha over abortion ban

WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Pro-choice rallies are continuing Wednesday. Demonstrators on sidewalks in downtown Waukesha held signs and chanted for several hours. At least 100 pro-reproductive rights protesters marched up and down Main Street, as a handful of counter-protesters stood near Planned Parenthood. "My mom and my grandma had...
WAUKESHA, WI
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No injuries, 6 tenants displaced after apartment fire

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
GREEN BAY, WI

Oconomowoc Area School District tries to clarify cease-and-desist letter it sent to parent who complained about instructional materials

The Oconomowoc Area School District has released a statement intended to clarify what it meant by a cease-and-desist letter that it sent to resident Alexandra Schweitzer after she complained about what she called age-inappropriate instructional materials being made available to district students. In its statement, the district said the letter...
OCONOMOWOC, WI
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Town renews liquor license for bar that burned

Officials say owner of Iron Hog is toying with idea of rebuilding bar that was destroyed in February blaze. ESSENTIALLY ALL THAT was left of the Iron Hog Saloon after a Feb. 2 fire was its sign. Town of Port Washington officials recently renewed the liquor license for the bar because the owner is considering rebuilding. Press file photo.
PORT WASHINGTON, WI
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Waupaca County receives $10 million state workforce grant

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
WAUPACA COUNTY, WI
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Menomonee Falls Police Blotter

The following information was obtained from the Menomonee Falls Police Department. A 2021 Volkwagen Atlas was stolen from International Auto Group, N88 W14060 Main St., sometime during the month of June. The theft was reported to police on June 28. There are no suspects. Theft. The rear license plate of...
MENOMONEE FALLS, WI
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Waukesha police blotter: Teens commandeer Carroll football field speakers

5:56 p.m. Tuesday — A caller in the 200 block of North Barstow Street reported someone was making lewd sounds and comments over the Carroll football field speakers. According to the log, actors were gone upon police arrival. Students said two teenage girls and one teenage boy were to blame. The kids were not located and no complaint was wished.
WAUKESHA, WI

Wisconsin school district drops legal threat and use of 'bully tactics' against activist mom

A Wisconsin school district that sent a cease and desist letter threatening legal action against an activist mom dropped the issue Tuesday. The Oconomowoc Area School District board released a statement, which said, "We consider this issue closed... Please know our district is committed to moving forward, continuing to deliver on a high-value education for students and our community."
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DEBRIEF: De Pere apartment fire

We were given a unique vantage point of the fire response at Crow's Nest Apartments, where 4 apartments were damaged and 6 people were displaced. Nine more inmates received four-year degrees and had a diploma ceremony at the prison. Pro-Choice rally held at busy Green Bay intersection. Updated: 4 hours...
DE PERE, WI
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Brown Deer hit-and-run, police seek suspect

BROWN DEER, Wis. - Brown Deer police are looking for the suspect in a hit-and-run crash that sent two people to the hospital on June 18. The crash happened near Sherman and Bradley around 10:30 a.m. that day. Police said a blue Chevrolet Camaro hit a motorcycle and drove off.
BROWN DEER, WI

Southern Indiana man arrested Jan. 6 Capitol Breach

ROCKPORT, Ind. — A southern Indiana man has been arrested for taking part in the Jan. 6, 2021, U.S. Capitol Breach where he is spotted on camera walking around the Capitol and filming on his phone. Paul Kovacik was arrested in Rockport on June 19. He is charged with entering and remaining in a restricted […]
ROCKPORT, IN
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6-30-22 fdl fire chief pinning ceremony

Fond du Lac Fire Chief Erik Gerritson has been sworn into office. A pinning ceremony was held Wednesday at the South Main Street Fire Station. The Fond du Lac Police and Fire Commission selected Gerritson earlier this month. He was the lone finalist for the position out of nine applicants from across the country and Canada. Gerritson had been serving as interim chief following the retirement of longtime chief Pete O’Leary in April. Gerritson says one of his top priorities as chief will be improving diversity in the Department. Gerritson is a Waupun native, beginning his career in the Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department before he was hired in Fond du Lac 20 years ago. Since that time Gerritson has steadily moved up the ranks.
FOND DU LAC, WI
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Trail is Ozaukee’s beaten path

Blazed 20 years ago, Ozaukee Interurban Trail has become a popular recreational destination not just for residents but for visitors who help fuel local economy. THE OZAUKEE INTERURBAN TRAIL, which spans the length of Ozaukee County, has been in existence for 20 years, providing county residents and visitors with a place to bike, walk, skate and enjoy nature. Celebrating the anniversary at Trail Bridge Park adjacent to the bridge over I-43 in the Town of Grafton Tuesday were (front row, from left) Pam King, president of the Ozaukee County Tourism Council; Elizabeth Mueller, administrator of the Tourism Council; (back row) Tina Kroening, a conservation biologist with the Ozaukee County Planning and Parks Department; and Andrew Struck, director of the department and chairman of the Ozaukee Interurban Trail Advisory Committee. Photo by Sam Arendt.
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