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Burlington Police searching for suspects who stole $60,000 worth of smartphones from Walmart
According to police, three suspects entered the store in the early morning hours of August 13th and stole $60,000 worth of smartphones.
Investigators: Caregiver left woman with autism in 109-degree van while she received salon waxing
According to a criminal complaint, on July 25, the Burlington Police Department was called to Washington Avenue near North Pine Street, for a report of a handicapped van left unattended for 30 minutes with a disabled person inside.
Man receives seven-year prison term for ninth OWI
William Hess had so many convictions for operating while intoxicated that he had lost track of the number.Hess, 45, of Trevor, was sentenced Wednesday for his ninth OWI conviction. When he was initially charged last October, he was charged with his 10th offense, but authorities later learned that a
Walworth man charged with fifth-offense intoxicated driving
Walworth police reported that Joseph R. Davis, 35, of N1380 Highway 14, drove while intoxicated Aug. 3 at Madison and Weber streets, according to the complaint.
Four young girls accuse former Elkhorn man of sex assault
ELKHORNA former Elkhorn man is charged with repeatedly sexually assaulting multiple young girls he knew, according to a criminal complaint filed this week in Walworth County Court.Lynn C. Thompson, 75, now of the Bark River Campground in Jefferson, faces several child sexual assault charges in conne
Remodeled movie theater complex plans Aug. 28 opening
Residents in the Lake Geneva area will not have to wait much longer to watch a movie in new luxurious surroundings.Emagine Geneva Lakes theater is set to open Aug. 28 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and grand opening at 2565 State Highway 120 in the town of Lyons,The new theater will start off with a
2018 Daily Kenosha County Fair Preview: Thursday’s schedule for the 2018 Kenosha County Fair
Hours 8 a.m. – MidnightMidway Open 1 p.m. – 11 p.m.Wristband Special 1-10 p.m. – $25.8 a.m. — Junior Fair Poultry Show – east of Poultry Building9 a.m. — Open Class Foods Judging – Open Class Building10 a.m. — Open Class Cultural Arts Judging – Open Class Building10 a.m. — Junior Fair Beef Show foll
Two local police departments warning about IRS fraud scams
Police are reminding the public that the IRS will generally contact you via the US mail first and will never contact taxpayers by email, text messages, or social media channels to request personal or financial information. Authorities recommend always doing an internet search of a number to see if i
Man charged, accused of assaulting girlfriend, throwing urine at corrections officer
According to the criminal complaint, an officer with the Mount Pleasant Police Department reports that on March 2 around 10:30 p.m. he responded to the Mount Pleasant Police Department lobby for a complaint. Upon arrival, the officer reports that he made contact with a woman who stated that on Feb.
Caregiver charged with abuse after she left person in hot car - Racine County Eye
File photoAn employee with a community services company was charged with abuse after leaving a person with disabilities in a hot, locked vehicle while she got a waxing procedure done.Bridget C. Flynn, 35, Kansasville, waschargedTuesday in Racine County Circuit Court with felony counts of second-degr
Lake Geneva moves trick-or-treat back to Sunday
On an emotional issue for parents and kids, Lake Geneva has decided to revert to Sunday afternoon hours for trick-or-treating at Halloween time.For the past two years, the city has conducted trick-or-treating on whatever day Halloween occurred — and during late-afternoon hours that stretched into ev
Six firefighters injured while battling fire in downtown Waukesha
By:Stephanie StaudingerWAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) -- Six firefighters were injured Tuesday while battling a fire in Waukesha.The Waukesha Fire Department was dispatched to the 300 block of East Main Street for a report of smoke in the area.While in route, crews were told that the fire was coming from t
Fire damages exterior of The Clarke Hotel in downtown Waukesha
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Kenosha Police probe report man shot himself outside home
Kenosha Police investigated what is believed to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound Tuesday afternoon.Police were called to the 7400 block of 15th Avenue at about 4:30 p.m. Tuesday after a witness reported that a man had shot himself outside a home.First responders were called to the address, and were
Family of man who died in jail refute claim he ingested drugs, allege cover-up
James Coleman died inside the Waukesha County Jail, one day after FBI agents, Milwaukee police and other law enforcement agenciesraided several homes early Wednesdayas part of a bust targeting a gang with Chicago connections that was moving kilograms of heroin in Milwaukee.
Probation, 104 days of jail time for grandmother accused of locking girl in kennel because she ‘gets into everything’
Gail Lalonde, 47, of Waterford, in April pleaded no contest to four charges: causing mental harm to a child, and three counts of possession of THC, as party to a crime.
Investigation continues one year after triple murder at Great Lakes Dragaway
The three men killed, all in their 20's and 30's, were shot at point-blank range near a vendor's booth during the annual Larry's Fun Fest event.
Non-verbal female found in Waukesha, police looking for information
WAUKESHA, Wis. (CBS 58) – Police in Waukesha are looking for information after officers found a non-verbal, developmentally disabled female about 16-21 years old in the Springdale Apartment complex in the area of Springdale and Bluemound.
Delavan-Darien approves $2.8 million November referendum
DELAVANDelavan-Darien School District residents will have the chance to vote on a four-year, $2.8 million operational referendum Nov. 6 after the school board approved the referendum resolution Monday night, just months after a $3.5 million referendum failed in April.In its current bid, the district
Walworth County Pride Fair returns to Elkhorn
ELKHORNThe annual Walworth County Pride Fair will kick off at 10 a.m. Saturday, Aug. 18, at Veterans Park, 100 W. Walworth St.