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UPDATE: KFD on house fire in 7700 block 9th Ct.

Kenosha firefighters extinguished a blaze at a house in the 7700 block of Ninth Court after 20 minutes of being the scene for the two alarm fire.


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Alert neighbors spot fire

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Eagle-eyed neighbors are being credited for quickly alerting authorities to a house fire Monday evening.

Angelique Ely and Leah Schlenker said they were driving about 7:30 p.m. when they spotted flame from the home at 7700 Ninth Court and immediately called 911 for help.


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Local briefs: Bible captures Men’s City Open

Matthew Bible won the two-day Men’s City Open golf tournament, which concluded Sunday at Muni.

Bible shot 143 and finished six strokes ahead of Cory Metallo in the Championship Flight. Steve Levonowich was third with a 151 while Joe Torcaso was fourth with a 153 in the eight-golfer field.

Flying together: Tips for finding adjacent airline seats without paying extra

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NEW YORK — On top of the bag fees and other charges, families traveling this summer may have to pay extra just to sit next to one another.

Airlines are reserving a growing number of seats for elite customers or those willing to shell out more money. These seats often — but not always — come with a little extra legroom. The catch: setting these seats aside leaves fewer places for other passengers to sit without paying extra.

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