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Student distributes ‘n-word pass’ at Wisconsin high school, could face legal trouble

OCONOMOWOC, WI (WITI/CNN) - An Oconomowoc High School student could face legal trouble for distributing what the school district describes as hate speech. The student handed out a flyer titled “N Word Pass.”

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Here we go again: More snow for southern Wisconsin Sunday

There's still more than a month of winter left to get through for southern Wisconsin, and Mother Nature doesn't want us to forget it anytime soon. Another round of light to moderate snow associated with a low pressure system to our south will overspread the area after midnight Sunday.


Man found hiding in basement after hit-and-run crash led to standoff in West Bend

WEST BEND — A crash led to a standoff in West Bend on Thursday, Feb. 14. According to police, just after 11 a.m., officers were dispatched to the scene of the crash near 7th Avenue and Walnut Street. Before officers arrived, the driver of one of the vehicles involved, a 31-year-old man from West Ben


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


Juneau woman makes court appearance for fifth OWI

JUNEAU -- A Dodge County woman made her initial appearance in Dodge County Circuit Court earlier this week after being arrested Saturday for her fifth drunken driving offense. Rochelle Owens, 39, of Juneau, appeared Monday before Dodge County Circuit Court Commissioner Steven Seim and was handed a $


'Esquire' under fire for cover story featuring white 17-year-old boy from West Bend

WISCONSIN (CBS News) -- Esquire magazine dropped the cover story for its March issue on Tuesday, and many people expressed their frustration with the 17-year-old boy profiled in the article. The author of the cover story, Jennifer Percy, says the presentation for her feature story was "misleading."

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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


United Way of Washington County campaign brings in record total

The United Way of Washington County’s annual campaign brought in a record $1.67 million for local health and human service programs, the organization announced at a campaign celebration Wednesday.


Wisconsin drug bust leads to 9 arrests

Investigators from the Sawyer County Sheriff's Office carried out several Valentine's Day search warrants, seizing drugs, cash and guns. The bust led to the arrest of nine suspects.


Wisconsin Black Caucus Takes Back Vote on AJR8

The Wisconsin Black Caucus is standing its ground and taking away its vote of support concerning the Republican’s decision to not honor Milwaukee native Collin Kaepernick. This decision was made as a part of its resolution to honor the state’s influential Black Americans during Black History Month.


Horse farmer found nearly frozen to death after falling, getting stuck in snow

Hubertus, WI (WISN) -- A 75-year-old horse farmer is recovering after he fell and got stuck in the snow last week. Kenny Smith, known as "Cowboy Kenny" to his friends, is diabetic and was feeding his horses last Friday morning when he collapsed in the snow. He was lying next to his dog and horses fo



Ryan Morgan is a 17-year-old white boy from West Bend, Wisconsin. He enjoys being a guy (because being a girl sounds hard). He’s an “outsider” who doesn’t belong to a particular clique. He is a moderate Conservative who wants to be an environmental engineer. Most noteworthy of all, he made the cover


Wisconsin dentist arrested in connection to arson of boat house

A local dentist has been arrested for setting a neighbor's boat house on fire. According to a complaint, John Haag, 55, was arrested on Feb. 2 for arson. The complaint says the St. Croix County Sheriff's Department was called to a boat house fire near Bass Lake in New Richmond, Wisconsin, at about 4


Men’s Magazine Slammed for Putting White Teen on the Cover: What About Trayvon Martin?

A leading American men’s magazine featured the story of a white teenage boy on it March cover, and liberals on Wednesday were wildly triggered. Ryan Morgan, a 17-year-old high school senior from West Bend, Wisconsin, is seen on the front of Esquire looking utterly ordinary. He sits on his bed wearin


AAA Gives 3 Wisconsin Restaurants 4-Diamond Rating

WISCONSIN -- AAA has released its exclusive five-diamond list of restaurants and not a single restaurant in Wisconsin made the cut. The list, released Thursday, includes just 67 restaurants in North America and only three new restaurants were added this year. Three Wisconsin restaurants earned a fou


Shutdown Reveals Problems With Wisconsin Unemployment Laws

Shutdown Reveals Problems With Wisconsin Unemployment Laws. Fresh off the longest partial government shutdown in U.S. history, we could be facing this nightmare again next week. This time, Wisconsin should be better prepared for the impact on the state’s federal workforce located here in the Badger


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


Work continues to lift up Latino community in Dodge County

Dania Galvan was born and raised in Beaver Dam. The 23-year-old said significant efforts are taking place to bring Latinos together as a group and to become a more prominent part of the greater community, but she believes more work needs to be done.


Freshman Feature: University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Gymnast Rahdea Jarvis

FloGymnastics is starting a new series that showcases college gymnasts competing in their freshman season. This inaugural freshman feature highlights Rahdea Jarvis from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh.


Amy Klobuchar vows to bridge rural-urban divide during first presidential campaign stop in Wisconsin

In the first stop of her presidential campaign, Minnesota’s U.S. Sen. Amy Klobuchar went where Hillary Clinton came up short: Wisconsin. More than 300 people packed into a coffee bar and bicycle repair shop in Eau Claire to hear from the self-proclaimed “senator next door.” The importance of Wiscons