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Deputy charged with pocketing drug evidence

The Kenosha Drug Operations Group set up a sting to catch a deputy suspected of pocketing drugs during investigations.

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Deputy charged with pocketing drug evidence


The Kenosha Drug Operations Group set up a sting to catch a deputy suspected of pocketing drugs during investigations.

Brenda A. Bullamore-Hysell, 36, of Kenosha, is charged with misconduct in public office and obstructing an officer, after the summer setup. She could be sentenced to 18 months in prison, if convicted.


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On Campus: Nelson comes through


Wilmot graduate Chris Nelson had an eventful Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference opener for the UW-Whitewater football team on Saturday afternoon.

The junior quarterback passed for 149 yards (9-for-20) and had three rushing attempts for 37 yards as the top-ranked Warhawks beat No. 14 UW-Platteville, 17-7, in the 21st annual George Chryst Bowl at Perkins Stadium.

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Don’t put off getting these three shots that could ward off serious illness, warns Consumer Reports.

Though last year’s flu vaccine was the least effective it has been in the last eight years — reducing risk of illness by only about 23 percent — experts say that even a not-so-good flu shot is far better than none. If you do get sick in spite of getting the vaccine, symptoms are often milder.

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State officials, led by Attorney General Brad Schimel, are trying to make the public more aware of the dangers of misusing prescription painkillers.

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