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Wis. man wins $1 million from Publishers Clearinghouse

An out-of-work Wisconsin electrician whose long-term disability ran out over a year ago has won $1 million from the Publishers Clearing House sweepstakes.

Cloudy, chilly today
Antetokounmpo hurt in Bucks' loss
Community responds to 6-year-old who eases ouches
EPA begins Oshkosh ricin decontamination
Rally urges governor's approval of Kenosha casino
Bears bench Cutler
UW introduces Chryst as football coach
Walker calls change in Cuban relations 'bad idea'
Walker looking at 6 to 7 agencies for changes
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Annual Kenosha train display moves to Burlington
Red Kettle fundraising up slightly; volunteers needed
UPDATE: Sony cancels Dec. 25 release of 'Interview'
Top theater chains drop 'Interview' after threats
Feds investigating Kenosha couple's auto export business
Business coalition to fight right to work plan
U.S. to seek normalized relations with Cuba
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Chryst likely to become UW football coach
Cuba releases American prisoner
Police responding to call at Grewenow
Bucks confirm Parker has torn ACL
Hot off the press: Wednesday, Dec. 17
Walker not swayed by Bush announcement
Colder today

Rally pushes jobs, economic benefits of casino


A rally for jobs to be created by a Hard Rock Casino and Hotel in Kenosha drew hundreds of supporters, including local and state elected officials Wednesday.

The event at the former Dairyland Greyhound Park, featured a live band and the Hard Rock logo, which was beamed on the walls for the Menominee Tribe-proposed casino.


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Werwie’s fire for pro golf still burns bright



Kenosha’s Carly Werwie freely admits that her 2014 season playing the Symetra Tour, the LPGA’s official developmental tour, didn’t go as well as she had hoped.

Keep the home fires burning — safely


Throw another log on the fire.

That’s a common request this time of year if you have a fireplace in your home. A wood-burning fireplace can bring years of comfort and joy — and cozy warmth — to your family throughout Wisconsin’s bone-chilling winters as long as you play it safe.

Police officers spread Christmas cheer


Law enforcement officers and rescue personnel sometimes see the worst of our world. They deserve to see some of the best, too.

Over the weekend, many members of the Kenosha Sheriff’s Department, the Kenosha Police Department, the Pleasant Prairie Police Department, the Twin Lakes Police Department and the fire departments in Twin Lakes and Randall had the opportunity to play Santa Claus in a big way. They took children Christmas shopping.


Today's Poll

According to reports, The Salvation Army's regional red kettle fundraising is down from this time last year. Which choice best describes your relationship with the kettle?
I donate often and volunteer to ring
I donate when there is a ringer, but ignore a kettle without a volunteer
I donate about half the time I see a kettle
I don't go into stores as much, so I don't donate
I donate through the online red kettle

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