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Wisconsin fuel service fined after customers were overcharged for gas
The state fined a gas service company for overcharging at a Menomonee Falls gas station. It's the Woodman's right off Highway 145, near Bradley Road.
Ozaukee County road construction: Ignored traffic signs raise safety
OZAUKEE COUNTY, Wis. - Road construction signs are more than a suggestion, but some people going down a main street connecting Cedarburg to Grafton think differently. It's hard to ignore the construction on Columbia - a main way connecting Cedarburg to Grafton. There have been plenty of drivers ignoring these roads closed to through traffic signs. Even when people are watching - including the police.
Man charged with cutting deputy with kitchen knife during arrest
FREDONIA, Wis. — Prosecutors have filed charges against Kenneth Harter of Fredonia following an officer-involved shooting Wednesday morning. According to online court records, the 57-year-old has been charged with battery to a law enforcement officer as well as first-degree recklessly endangering safety, both are felonies. The Wisconsin Department of...
34-year-old critical missing woman found safe
The 34-year-old woman that was reported critical missing has been found safe, Milwaukee police said. She was last seen in the 5500 block of North 92nd Street on Thursday at 7:30 a.m. Police reported her located and safe around 1:15 a.m. Friday. "Critical" missing is a label police apply to people who may...
Buck Bradley's and its long bar in downtown Milwaukee is closing
Buck Bradley's bar in Milwaukee, advertised as having the longest bar east of the Mississippi River, is shuttering its doors.
Wisconsin Restaurant Named The Best Cafeteria In The State
Mashed found the best restaurants serving up delicious meals cafeteria-style.
Employee charged with taking up-skirt pic at Walmart
A 22-year-old Walmart employee accused of reaching under a woman’s dress with his cell phone to take a photo at the Saukville store was charged this week in Ozaukee County Circuit Court with two felonies. Grafton resident Justin G. Aman faces counts of invasion of privacy and capturing an...
Barricades coming down now to open Hwy 60 in Jackson, WI
Jackson, WI – The Department of Public Works are taking down barricades on Hwy 60 and reopening the road to traffic in Jackson, WI. According to Jackson police there will still be workers doing concrete and finishing work in the area. Police are asking drivers to be courteous, slow down and give them a little room.
Maintaining your lawn in the midst of Wisconsin drought
MILWAUKEE — The latest U.S. Drought Monitor shows worsening conditions in Wisconsin. Most of Southeast Wisconsin is seeing moderate drought. Roughly 88% of the state is experiencing abnormally dry conditions. The dry weather may have residents concerned about their lawns, but experts say there’s no need to worry.
95th and Silver Spring shooting, man dead, 2nd person wounded
MILWAUKEE - A 35-year-old Germantown man was shot and killed near 95th and Silver Spring Drive on Thursday, June 8. Milwaukee police said the shooting happened around 2:30 p.m. The Germantown man suffered fatal gunshot injuries. An additional victim, an 18-year-old man, arrived at a hospital for treatment of non-fatal...
Wisconsin teenager's body discovered in car that was towed days after crash. Incident resembles others in recent years.
The incident marks the third time since 2018 that Milwaukee personnel left someone behind in a car that was eventually towed.
This Is the City in Wisconsin With the Most People on Food Stamps
The Biden Administration and House Republicans recently reached a bi-partisan deal to raise the debt ceiling. To reach the compromise, and keep the United States from a catastrophic debt default, the White House agreed to a series of spending cuts to social safety net programs, including the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps. (Here is a look at the American presidents who added the most to the national debt.)
A cop was demoted. Does that mean he lied about a DNA test?
In episode 6 of Unsolved, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Ashley Luthern and I traveled to the small town of Bryan, Ohio. Things got a little dicey when the mother of a woman named Lisa, whose ex-husband believed she could be Alexis Patterson, called the police on us. But she didn't complain about harassment. She claimed we were trying to break into her house. (In case it needs to be said: We weren't.)
Stolen vehicles, firearms and crowds: Deputies address criminal activity on Milwaukee's lakefront
MILWAUKEE COUNTY, Wis. — On Thursday, Milwaukee County Sheriff Deputies announced the arrest of a man wanted for dragging a deputy through a parking lot in a stolen vehicle during an attempted traffic stop. The incident happened Friday, June 2. "The driver put the car in reverse and began...
WisDOT: Long-term lane closures to begin along I-43 in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- Heads up, drivers! As the I-43 rehabilitation project from Brown Street to Capitol drive progresses into its next phase, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) is informing drivers of upcoming long-term single lane closures and ramp closures. Here's what to expect:. Monday, June 12. Traffic on...
Bipartisan deal reached to save Wisconsin’s largest city from bankruptcy
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin has handed cash-strapped Milwaukee a lifeline to stave off bankruptcy, allowing the city to raise sales taxes without voter approval as part of a larger local government and K-12 schools funding plan, according to a bipartisan deal announced Thursday Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and Republican lawmakers.
More than half of 3,000 city workers who moved outside Milwaukee are police and fire staff
The number of Milwaukee city employees living within the municipality dropped 43% since state action took away residency requirements in 2013. That translates to nearly 3,000 city workers fleeing for their employer’s suburbs – around half the workforce. And 59% of the exodus comes from sworn members of the police and fire departments,...
Dentist sells practice with long history in Port
Straub takes full-time CEO job with dentistry firm while helping owner of Nomad Dental with transition. LONGTIME PORT WASHINGTON dentist Barrett Straub (right) sold his practice in April to dentist Austin Iverson, who is renaming the clinic Nomad Dental Practices. Although he sold his practice, Straub, who is now the CEO of ACT Dental, will continue to work there one day a week for the next six months to help with the transition. ACT Dental is a Milwaukee-based firm that teaches dentists the business of operating a practice. Photo by Sam Arendt.
No, the Milwaukeee Sales Tax Plan is NOT a Bailout
The Republican-controlled Legislature and Democratic Gov. Tony Evers agreed to a historic shared revenue plan that allows the City of Milwaukee and Milwaukee County’s elected representatives to vote on sales tax increases to deal with their massive pension liabilities. No, the sales tax provision is not a “Milwaukee bailout,”...
LETTER: Pupil who reported teacher’s threats was ‘wise, courageous’
The Ozaukee Press article about a Grafton teacher who had responded to a swastika on a student’s paper has brought interest and concern in readers and in the general community. The letter to the editor you published from a reader who cited the research by the Southern Poverty Law Center added important insight to the situation. Anti-Semitism, hate crimes and extremism are on the rise in our country. This is a fact.
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