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Hot off the press: Friday, Oct. 31

Here is a look at the top stories available now at Kenoshanews.com and in today's Kenosha News:

Report shows fewer homeless in Wisconsin
Coca-Cola exec to speak at UW graduation
Perhaps snow today?
Summit-goers bemoan poverty in SE Wisconsin
Public Works panel OKs Seventh Avenue rebuild
Committee speeds up $1 million 7th Ave. overhaul, OKs 2015 public works budget
County may give $250K to homeless shelter
Tremper volleyball ousts Central
Man accused of ambushing troopers captured
Wheatland site considered for possible safari park
Judge OKs California city's bankruptcy plan
Tropical Storm Vance forms in the Pacific
Burke blames Walker, allies for Trek story
Riverview may end school year early
Judge orders release of Schimel videos
Jensen arguments focus on use of evidence
Today's Weekday Report is up at kenoshanews.com
Kenosha Co. man killed in Racine Co. crash
Huge waves expected on Lake Michigan
Judge may rule on releasing Schimel videos
Appeals court to hear Jensen arguments today
U.S. economy grows at 3.5% rate
Waukegan teachers, district reach tentative deal

Summit-goers bemoan scandal of poverty in SE Wisconsin

SOMERS – A summit to discuss poverty in Kenosha and Racine drew 200 people from churches and area agencies to the University of Wisconsin-Parkside Thursday night.

Kenosha’s Congregations United to Serve Humanity’s annual meeting — held jointly with Racine Interfaith Coalition — brought to light what organizers termed is Wisconsin’s “scandal of poverty.”


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Restful retreat


We spend about 10 hours a day on average in the bedroom. That’s a good part of the day, so why not make this retreat one of the best rooms in the house?

To do the job well, it’s important to understand that bedrooms aren’t just for sleeping. They serve many purposes. Televisions and Internet connections make this room well-suited for a secondary TV monitor and maybe a home office.

Theatre Guild’s ‘Werewolf’ show spoofs horror 1930s horror films


Just in time for Halloween, the Racine Theatre Guild’s production of a hilarious spoof of 1930s horror flicks opens tonight.

“The Werewolf’s Curse or Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow” — written by pun-loving Billy St. John — follows Harry Pate, an American student at the University of Lipsync in Rumania, and his vegetarian fiancée, Etta Greenleaf, as they seek a cure for Harry’s wolfman tendencies, like craving rare roast beef and sprouting hair whenever there’s a full moon.


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The number of high-profile Democrats campaigning for gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke keeps growing, with President Barack Obama and former President Bill Clinton on the list. Do you think they will help or hurt her chances of winning the Nov. 4 election against Gov. Scott Walker?
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