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Waukegan woman charged with driving drunk with juvenile in car, crashing into other vehicle

A Waukegan woman was arrested after allegedly driving drunk with a child in her car and committing a hit-and-run crash with injuries in Waukegan. Aniaha A. Bennett, 24, of the 200 block of Julian Street in Waukegan, was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol, endangering the life of a child and leaving the scene of a personal injury crash.
WAUKEGAN, IL
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Traffic stop, foot chase near Carthage College; suspect in custody

KENOSHA, Wis. - A traffic stop led to a foot chase near Carthage College Monday morning, Sept. 27, the Kenosha County Sheriff's Department said. The suspect is in custody. While authorities were searching for the suspect, a report of an active shooter threat was issued at the school. The building...
KENOSHA, WI
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Janesville police seek 2 women wanted for theft, seen in Milwaukee

JANESVILLE, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Janesville police are asking for the public's help to identify and locate two women wanted for breaking a car window and stealing a purse. Police said unknown suspects broke a car window and stole a purse while the owner was on the bike trails in Janesville on Wednesday, Sept. 1.
JANESVILLE, WI

Now Serving: Big Trouble At Pizza Man

On Friday afternoon, the East Side location of Pizza Man (2597 N. Downer Ave.) posted a message to social media saying that the restaurant would be “open for carryout and delivery only.” But the reason for that limited service was much more complicated—and much more soggier—than the local pizza staple let on…
MILWAUKEE, WI
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Teenage girl missing; Milwaukee police seek help to locate her

MILWAUKEE - Police are asking for help locating a missing 14-year-old girl last seen near 70th and Glendale in Milwaukee around 9:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 24. Alyssa Tanner is described as a female, white, 5’1" tall, weighing 110 pounds, with brown hair and brown eyes. She was last seen wearing a Charcoal Columbia jacket, maroon sweatpants, and black Converse shoes.
MILWAUKEE, WI
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VIDEO: Lakeyah Featuring Tee Grizzley – “313-414”

The comparisons between the sounds of Milwaukee and Detroit hip hop have always lived online, with each city claiming to invent the hyped up sound that dominates certain circles of music online. Milwaukee’s Lakeyah and Detroit breakout star Tee Grizzley squash all of that, however, with their new video for “313-414.” The track features that signature Midwest sound, and both artists talking a big game while stunting through the city streets. It’s a big look for Lakeyah, who is rightfully making her presence felt nationally with the assistance of Quality Control music. The video is already doing numbers, so make sure you check out “313-414” here:
MILWAUKEE, WI
CBS 58

Police: 14-year-old Milwaukee girl reported missing

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Police say a 14-year-old Milwaukee girl has been reported missing. Officials say Alyssa Tanner was last seen at 9 p.m. on Sept. 24 near 70th and Hampton. She was last seen wearing burgundy sweatpants with a large Hollister logo on one leg, a black crop top, charcoal Columbia fleece sweater and black Converse shoes.
MILWAUKEE, WI
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Common cold symptoms often found in children with delta strain of COVID

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Most schools in the area have returned to in-person learning this year, only to be forced into virtual learning again temporarily. The U.S is seeing a rise in the common cold and COVID cases among children. Dr. Kevin Dahlman is the medical director for Aurora's Children's Hospital. He says parents shouldn't hesitate to get their children tested if they show any cold symptoms.
MILWAUKEE, WI
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Cousins adds storefront to Walker’s Point commissary

Menomonee Falls-based Cousins Subs today announced the grand opening of a new storefront at what had previously been a delivery-only commissary in Milwaukee’s Walker’s Point neighborhood. Located at 117 W. National Ave., the 5,300-square-foot location now features a small storefront with seating for 14 guests. The location also now offers...
MILWAUKEE, WI
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Walk to End Alzheimer’s Kenosha and Racine Counties to Raise More than $100,000

The Alzheimer’s Association hosted its annual walk on September 25. COVID-19 put the event to halt in person last year. The Walk to End Alzheimer’s rejoined in person this year, with the health and safety of participants, staff and volunteers remaining top priorities. Walkers and teams from across the area participated in this year’s event at UW-Parkside, 930 Wood Rd.
KENOSHA, WI
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10 quick questions for WISN 12 meteorologist Mark Baden

Even though it's super corny to compare a meteorologist to a weather condition, I'm gonna do just that. Mark Baden is a gol-damn ray of sunshine. Seriously, stale beer could be downpouring from the sky and Baden would still come off as friendly, knowledgeable and non-alarmist with a light sprinkle of humor.
MILWAUKEE, WI
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When Will Fall Colors Peak in Milwaukee This Year?

Last week marked the official start of Autumn, and fall foliage is following quickly behind. According to Travel Wisconsin’s Fall Color Report, Milwaukee is currently at 15% foliage, which isn’t much to look at, and surrounding areas are lower (Ozaukee and Washington Counties are at 10%, Racine at 5%). As...
MILWAUKEE, WI
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Juff Dunham bringing tour to Fiserv Forum in February 2022

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Jeff Dunham and his somewhat-inappropriate-proteges, Peanut, Walter, José Jalapeño, Bubba J. and Achmed the Dead Terrorist, are returning to the stage and they'll make a stop right here in Milwaukee. Dunham, a ventriloquist, put his blockbuster tour on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, he's...
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