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Waukesha County crash; 1 dead, 1 hurt in wreck on EB I-94 near WIS 83

WAUKESHA COUNTY, Wis. - A multi-vehicle crash on eastbound I-94 near WIS 83 led to one person dying and one serious injury on Tuesday morning, July 5. According to the Wisconsin State Patrol, the three-vehicle chain reaction crash happened around 9:45 a.m. on Tuesday. Officials say slowing traffic, and the striking vehicle traveling at freeway speeds when it struck the back of the line slowing for the construction, appears to be the cause.
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Wisconsinites show embrace for all four seasons, including the hottest

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV) - While some are enjoying the great indoors Tuesday, others are embracing the summer heat by getting outside. “It’s very humid,” 11-year-old Oscar said at an all-day soccer camp run by the Madison School & Community Recreation. Even as highs neared 90 degrees Tuesday, with...
MADISON, WI
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UPDATE: 2 vehicle crash on WIS 172 in Ashwaubenon has been cleared

SUNDAY 7/3/2022 – 3:09 p.m. ASHWAUBENON, Wis. (WFRV) – WisDot has provided an update on the crash that occurred on the ramp from Hwy 172 East to I-41 South. According to a release, the crash has been cleared, all lanes and the ramp are now back open. Original...
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WIS 42 in Manitowoc closed, Silver Creek Bridge replacement underway

MANITOWOC, Wis. (WFRV) – Motorists planning to use WIS 42 in Manitowoc may need to find a different route as construction at the Silver Creek Bridge started on Tuesday. According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT), Gov. Tony Evers signed a $1.03 million contract to improve WIS 42 at the Silver Creek Bridge just south of US 151. Construction for the bridge replacement starts July 5.
MANITOWOC, WI
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Wallace says his frustrations result from his passion to win

ELKHART LAKE, Wis. (AP) — Bubba Wallace says the pointed criticism he made toward members of his crew last weekend were a result of his passion to win and shouldn’t harm his relationship with them. That passion was on display last weekend at Nashville. Wallace was in sixth place Sunday when a loose wheel during a pit stop sent him toward the back of the pack and caused him to curse at his crew. Wallace will be starting in the 25th position Sunday as the Cup Series comes to Road America for the second straight Fourth of July weekend.
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