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Seven Republican lawmakers from suburban communities in Waukesha, Ozaukee and Washington counties have sent a letter to Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett explaining their worries over his proposed city budget, which would leave 60 police department jobs unfilled.
- Wauwatosa spice company behind pro-impeachment ad blitz
- Trump orders Turkey sanctions; US scrambles for Syria exit
- Jayme Closs: 1 year after abduction, I'm feeling stronger
- UPDATE: Victim named in train fatality
- New York group uncovers lost history in old outhouses
- Fundraiser to honor slain man
- Two Democrats announce for 7th Congressional race, special election date still uncertain
President Donald Trump says he's issuing new sanctions against Turkey in an effort to pressure Ankara to stop its ongoing attack in Syria against U.S.-allied Kurdish forces.
In the privies are old bottles, doll heads, pocket watches, chamber pots and marbles. Luckily, the other, fouler things have decomposed.
President Donald Trump has ordered U.S. troops to leave the country's north. Bloody fighting between Turkey and U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters there is getting "worse by the hour."
Columbus Day is Monday, but an increasing number of states will be honoring Indigenous Peoples instead. Critics see it as just another example of political correctness run amok, but the story behind the change is more complex than that.
A fish that can breathe air was found in Georgia for the first time. Officials are warning anyone who comes in contact with it to kill it immediately.
The trigger for why leaves change color in the fall is day length, or more exactly the length of nights.
A Pittsburgh area couple found out where all their walnuts have gone. It turns out squirrels stored more than 200 of them under the hood of their SUV.
Logan Sperling has a way with words.
A local church plans to host a transgender ministry kickoff worship and workshop on Sunday.
Carthage College will host the Rev. Elieshi Ayo Mungure on Thursday for a presentation titled, “In Search of Unity for Transformation of Society: The Role of Women in Christian-Muslim Dialogue in Africa.”
Crouched on dirty mattresses in the corner of an abandoned apartment building, a young pregnant woman shares her space with 20 or so other young adults, all with no place to call home.
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- Kenosha Symphony kicks off 80th season
- On stage: 'Curious Incident,' 'A Doll's House, Part 2'
- 'Tis the season for haunted houses and other scares
- Racine Concert Band performing at Park High School
- Local music: Blues, jazz and the return of Phil Lee and John Sieger
- Mariachi group performing at UW-Parkside
- Carthage Homecoming concert features world premiere and alumni soloists
- Rachel Velvikis: From 'band kid' to professional musician
- Local music: Shows include a Milwaukee rapper and veteran local rockers
- "A Doll's House, Part 2" opening Friday at Carthage College
- Fall events: From pumpkin patches to ghost stories and everything in between
- Local music: Music festival raising money to fight human trafficking
- Seraph Brass group coming to Kenosha