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Today's weather forecast

Warmer with patchy fog this morning and then some sun. High: 77; low: 60.

Cubs lose to Dodgers

Andre Ethier singled in 2 go-ahead runs in the seventh, helping the Dodgers rally past the Cubs 5-2 in L.A. Saturday night.

Brewers lose

A two-run homer by Joey Votto lifted the Cincinnati Reds past Milwaukee 12-9 Saturday night. The loss snapped a streak of 35 straight successful saves by Brewers' closer Francisco Rodriguez.

St. Joseph's falls

Visiting Winnebago Lutheran Academy defeated the St. Joseph's football team 29-6 Saturday night. More coverage in Sunday's Kenosha News or at www.kenoshanews.com.

Fed rate increase possible in Sept.

Federal Reserve Vice Chairman Stanley Fischer left the door open Saturday for a Fed rate increase in September, saying the factors that have kept inflation below the central bank's target level have likely begun to fade.

Packers lose

Green Bay lost 39-26 to visiting Philadelphia in its third pre-season game. Several Packers were sidelined by injuries, most notably starting wide receiver Randall Cobb, who reportedly suffered a shoulder injury on the game's third play. The severity was unknown late Saturday night.

El Salvador officials deactivate powerful car bomb

A powerful bomb was found in a car parked near El Salvador's security ministry, but experts were able to deactivate it, the country's defense minister said Saturday.

Activist: Thousands of fish dead near Olympic Park in Brazil

Brazilian environmentalist and biologist Mario Moscatelli says sewage has killed at least a ton of fish in a lagoon next to the Olympic Park that will host many Rio 2016 events.

Bill Clinton speaks at Katrina event

Former President Bill Clinton spoke Saturday night at an event to remember those who died in Hurricane Katrina, thank volunteers and commemorate how far the city has progressed since Aug. 29, 10 years ago.

Katrina killed more than 1,800 people across the Gulf Coast and cost billions of dollars in damage in one of the most deadly storms in the country's history.

Car crash at 88th Ave., 65th St.

Rescue crews called at 8:43 p.m. for a car crash at 88th Ave and 65th St with airbag deployment. Second ambulance requested.

Cyclists cruise from Dubuque to Kenosha

Cyclists who started their day in Dubuque, Iowa, ended it in Kenosha for the first Ride Across Wisconsin Saturday.

The inaugural event drew 476 riders, ending with a celebration on Simmons Island.

For more, check www.kenoshanews.com or see Sunday's newspaper.

'Rugged maniacs' tackle obstacle course

More than 4,800 competitors took on mud, fire, trampolines and a 50-foot water slide during the fourth annual Rugged Maniac obstacle course race Saturday at Wilmot Mountain.

For more, check www.kenoshanews.com or see Sunday's newspaper.

Safety demonstration has some 'flare'

About 40 people, mostly owners of watercraft floating in nearby Southport Marina, came out to learn boat safety information and fire off old flares Saturday in Wolfenbuttel Park.

For more, check www.kenoshanews.com or see Sunday's newspaper.

‘Fish shock' helps assess health of Wolf Lake

Fish in Wolf Lake in the Richard Bong State Recreation Area got a jolt Saturday morning.

At 10 a.m., Department of Natural Resources fisheries staff performed a "fish shock" to survey how the fish population is faring since the lake was drained in 2013 due to problems with a dam. The dam was rebuilt, and the lake was refilled this year.

For more, check www.kenoshanews.com or see Sunday's newspaper.

New bill would ban minors from using tanning beds

Children of all ages would be barred from using tanning beds in Wisconsin under a bill moving through the state Legislature.

Wisconsin law already prohibits anyone under 16 from using tanning beds. Sen Fred Risser's proposal would extend that prohibition to all minors.

Suspect arrested in killing of suburban Houston deputy

Authorities said Saturday they arrested a suspect in connection with the fatal shooting of a sheriff's deputy who was gunned down from behind while filling up his patrol car at a suburban Houston gas station.

Fire reported at 6325 26th Ave.

Firefighters were called at 4:24 p.m. for a report of fire in a basement at 6325 26th Ave.

Police scanner traffic indicated at least one person may have been injured.

Correction: Sheriff's event is NOT open to public

The Kenosha Sheriff's Department is hosting a "Family Day" event today. This is an internal event and NOT open to the public.

A story generated off a Sheriff's press release sent to News that appeared in Saturday's edition and previously on our website stated the public was invited.

Today's forecast

Mostly cloudy and humid with showers. High: 70; low: 59.

New test for HIV sufferers funded

Longtime survivors of HIV are facing a new dilemma HIV-related dementia. Something that's gone untested locally until now.

Doctors said symptoms like memory loss, recall issues, balance and coordination issues and feeling "out of mind" can be a related to inflammation in the brain caused by HIV.

Funded by Bader Philanthropies the AIDS Resource Centers of Wisconsin including one on 57th Street in Kenosha now have a screening test for patients over 50 who might have the HIV-related dementia.

Brewers beat Reds, 5-0

Taylor Jungmann pitched six strong innings and Domingo Santana homered as the Brewers beat the Reds 5-0 Friday. For more, see Saturday's Kenosha News.

PREP FOOTBALL: Shoreland tops Christian Life

Shoreland defeated Christian Life 28-20 in a non-conference football game in Somers. For more, see kenoshanews.com later or pick up Saturday's News.

PREP FOOTBALL: Bradford wins in OT

Bradford downed Lake Geneva Badger 26-25 in overtime in a non-conference football game. For more, see kenoshanews.com later or pick up Saturday's News.

PREP FOOTBALL: Tremper falls to Antioch

Tremper lost to Antioch (Ill.) 52-20 in a non-conference football game. For more, see Saturday's News or visit kenoshanews.com.

PREP FOOTBALL: Wilmot cruises

The Wilmot football team improved to 2-0 with a 41-13 non-conference win at Cudahy. For more, see kenoshanews.com later or pick up Saturday's News.


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