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Two Stevens Point shooting victims are from Racine

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Two Stevens Point shooting victims are from Racine

Saturday morning, Stevens Point detectives, with assistance from law enforcement in the Dane County area executed a search warrant in the Village of Marshall, Dane Co. to collect evidence related to this incident. Late Sunday afternoon, the ongoing investigation by the Stevens Point Police Department has confirmed a second shooting victim of the March 17th […]

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Stevens Point shooting suspect identified

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Stevens Point shooting suspect identified

Stevens Point Police Department have identified a suspect in the March 17th shooting on the 2700 Block of 5th Avenue. According to a release from the department, police are now investigating the incident as an attempted homicide, although the victim, 21-year-old Deonta Lezine remains in critical condition. Deonta is a 2013 Horlick graduate The suspect […]

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Wind causing chaos in Racine & Kenosha Counties

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Wind causing chaos in Racine & Kenosha Counties

The wind is taking it’s toll on vehicles and buildings. A pole has snapped and has fallen on cars at Frank Boucher Chevrolet on Highway 20. Many reports of signs, traffic signals, roofing materials, trees being uprooted and debris are being blown down by the winds. In Kenosha all three southbound lanes of I94 are […]

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Bill passed Tuesday will shorten shelter stays for seized and stray animals

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Bill passed Tuesday will shorten shelter stays for seized and stray animals

MILWAUKEE-Many Wisconsin animal shelters and Best Friends Animal Society are celebrating the passage of Assembly Bill 487 and Senate Bill 450, which reduce the holding times for stray and seized animals in Wisconsin, as well as end the required euthanasia of victims seized from dog fighting. The bill next heads to Governor Walker to be […]

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“Bring our Missing Children Home” poster contest kicks off February 9th

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“Bring our Missing Children Home” poster contest kicks off February 9th

MADISON. Attorney General Brad Schimel will announce Wisconsin’s participation in the 2016 National Missing Children’s Day Poster Contest – an announcement he hopes will encourage teachers and families to initiate conversations regarding the safety of their children. The contest kicks off Tuesday, February 9, 2016 at 1:15 p.m. Attorney General Schimel will talk with students, […]

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Kenosha Police ask for public’s assistance in identifying burglary suspects

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Kenosha Police ask for public’s assistance in identifying burglary suspects

On January 26, 2016, the Kenosha Police Department responded to Badger Self Storage, located at 1587- 22nd Avenue in reference to over 50 storage units being entered during the night. Attached are photos of three suspects involved in the burglaries. The Kenosha Police Detective Bureau is looking for the public’s assistance in identifying the individuals […]

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