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Locals punch state wrestling tickets
Division-1 Bradford had two sectional champions, Collin Widmar (126) and Jake Deates (182). Widmar (35-5 overall) defeated Burlington’s Ben Stevenson, 4-2, in the finals. He advanced to the title match with pins in 1:30 and 1:44, respectively, over Milwaukee Bay View’s Jason Hines and Union Grove’s
Snowy Sunday for southern Wisconsin, more snow coming later in week. See how much is forecast and when
Sunday is a bad day for traveling in southern Wisconsin, with snow falling and a winter weather advisory in effect until 3 a.m. Monday, 6 a.m. for counties along Lake Michigan, according to forecasters.
Back to back: Burlington wrestling captures conference championship
Editor’s Note: Burlington hosted a Division 1 regional Saturday and had all 14 wrestlers earn a top-four finish, thus qualifying for sectionals Saturday, Feb. 9 at Racine Park High School.
Police Identify 5 Aurora Shooting Victims
CHICAGO (CBS)– In a press conference Saturday morning, Aurora Police Chief Kristen Ziman identified the five victims who died after gunman Gary Martin, 45, opened fire inside a Henry Pratt manufacturing plant Friday.
Illinois Democrats Ask Wisconsin Governor To Review Foxconn Plant Impact
(AP) — Illinois congressional Democrats have asked Wisconsin’s new Democratic governor to re-evaluate the environmental impact of a sprawling plant that Foxconn Technology Group plans to build near the states’ border, saying they are concerned it could exacerbate flooding in Chicago’s northern subur
Tiny racing becomes big attraction
Local hobby store’s indoor RC track gains faithful following. In 2011, Scott and Kristen Parks opened a small metal detector store on Chestnut Street in Burlington. Interest in their product line was high, and it was not long before they outgrew that location and began looking for a larger store.
Here is the latest Wisconsin news from The Associated Press at 3:40 a.m. CST
MERRIMAC, Wis. (AP) — Authorities say a 50-year-old man died in a car fire after his car became stuck in the snow in the front yard of a Merrimac residence. Officials say Ricky J. Guillen, of Prairie Du Sac, had driven his 1994 Buick Park Avenue into the front yard of the residence on Cemetery Stree
Division 1 wrestling roundup: Local teams enjoy big regional
There certainly will be no shortage of Kenosha County wrestlers in two Division-1 sectional tournaments next weekend. Bradford, Tremper and Indian Trail combined to send 20 wrestlers to the next round, while Wilmot and Central will send 12 after regional tournaments Saturday.
Traffic alert: Crash closes all NB lanes of I-43 near Wisconsin 60 in Ozaukee County
OZAUKEE COUNTY — Authorities are responding to a crash on I-43 northbound near Wisconsin 60 in Grafton on Saturday evening, Feb. 16. It happened shortly before 5 p.m. The Wisconsin Department of Transportation reports all northbound lanes are closed due to this crash, as well as the on and off ramps
As Foxconn changes Wisconsin plans, job promises fall short
It’s been 18 months since the Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group announced to great fanfare that it was building a $10 billion factory to make TV screens on farmland in southeastern Wisconsin.
Winter weather advisory issued for majority of SE Wisconsin starting 3 a.m. Sunday
MILWAUKEE — The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for the majority of southeastern Wisconsin beginning early morning Sunday, Feb. 17. For Sauk, Iowa, Dane, Jefferson, Lafayette, Green, Rock and Walworth Counties, the winter weather advisory will be in effect starting at 3
Top 100 Schools In Wisconsin For 2019: New List
WISCONSIN -- How's this for a list: Now you can find out if your district has the best schools of any grade level, public and private, in Wisconsin. Niche.com, which specializes in all different types of rankings, released a new 2019 list slightly different than its usual rankings.
Wisconsin social media got weird this week
Wisconsin social media was in a flurry over the past two weeks from news that stretched from silly to the surreal. Here is a recap:. (PHOTO: Instagram/kdubs10s) A recent post in the Bluemound Heights group of the NextDoor app complained about snowmen participating in lewd activity. It looks like the
Aurora victim had helped gunman get job back, ‘died trying to set it straight’
Russell Beyer had a “big heart” and tried his best to make his office a better place, his dad said. That’s why the 20-year mold operator and union chairman sat in on Gary Martin’s termination meeting Friday afternoon at the Henry Pratt Company.
Kelly Clarkson’s rendition of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s ‘Shallow’ stuns audience in Wisconsin
Kelly Clarkson’s rendition of the popular and Grammy Award-winning song “Shallow” stunned the audience at the singer’s Friday night concert in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Before Clarkson, 36, performed her version of the song -- which singer Lady Gaga and actor Bradley Cooper perform together in their rec
Semi truck falls off bridge into Mirror Lake near Wisconsin Dells
WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis. (WMTV) -- WI State Patrol tells NBC15 a semi-truck has gone off a bridge into Mirror Lake near Wisconsin Dells. According to the Sauk County Sheriff's Department, they were notified of the incident around 7:30 Sunday morning, but do not know when exactly the semi went into the
Top 50 Round Lake home sales for 2018
A home buyer who paid $315,000 to purchase a home in Madrona Ridge on Nov. 2 paid the top home sale price for Round Lake in 2018, according to BlockShopper.com, which calculated the top 50 home sale prices by city for the 12 months ending Dec. 31.
Standoff situation with drunk man ends peacefully in Mount Pleasant
MOUNT PLEASANT, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Early Saturday morning just before 4 a.m. Mount Pleasant Police were sent to Fancher Road for a report of a drunk man with a gun. Officers set up a perimeter since there were reports that the man had multiple weapons inside his house. After numerous calls to get the
New report finds young adults across Wisconsin want alternatives to declining car culture
A new study released recently found that investing in public transit, walking, and biking infrastructure could help Wisconsin attract and retain Millennials, a generation that feels a declining dependance on cars for transportation.
Spring Grove woman gets probation for misusing Crystal Lake employer's credit cards
A 57-year-old woman convicted of stealing thousands of dollars from her Crystal Lake employer says she was the victim of the situation that resulted in a two-year probation sentence Friday.