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Union leader sees end of the road on complaints against fire chief

The firefighter that filed the first of a series of complaints against Kenosha Fire Chief John Thomsen said he doesn't think his colleagues have anywhere else to turn, with regard to their issues with the chief.

Housing sales decline in March, but real estate agents optimistic

Though housing sales in Kenosha County declined in March for the third consecutive month, real estate agents are optimistic a sales boom is coming.

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Shoplifting attempt leads to drug arrest

A Pleasant Prairie woman faces retail theft and drug charges after shoplifting from Walmart, 3500 Brumback Blvd., according to a Kenosha County Sheriff’s report.

Lianne A. O’Neal, 24, and a man entered the store about 4:30 a.m. Tuesday, grabbed a bag from the self-checkout area and rummaged through through the cosmetic department and knocked several watches off the shelves into her bag and onto the floor, according to the sheriff’s report.


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College roundup: UWM outshines UWP at Simmons


The UW-Milwaukee baseball team celebrated the first night game and first college game in refurbished Simmons Field with a 13-3 win over UW-Parkside on Tuesday in the Wisconsin World Series.

The Division I Panthers led 7-0 (all unearned runs) after four.

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