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Attorney General Schimel Releases New PSA on Heroin Abuse

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Attorney General Schimel Releases New PSA on Heroin Abuse

MADISON, Wis. – Four out of five heroin users started by abusing prescription painkillers. Attorney General Brad Schimel’s newest public service announcement, a 30 second ad, titled “Wrong Path”, was released today and warns Wisconsinites about the dangerous link between prescription painkillers and heroin through a fictional, yet realistic, account of one young man’s journey […]

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Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department sadly announces death of K-9 Klaus

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Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department sadly announces death of K-9 Klaus

Sheriff Beth is sad to announce the death of Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department canine Klaus. Klaus became suddenly ill and was brought to an emergency veterinarian where he was diagnosed with internal bleeding, and masses on his spleen.  Klaus’ handler Deputy John Lanctot and the Department made the decision to euthanize Klaus when tests revealed […]

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Missing Greenfield Man Found Safe

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Missing Greenfield Man Found Safe

10:27 a.m. Mr. Schrank was found safe and this alert has been cancelled. Silver Alert activated for missing Greenfield man Joseph Schrank. He is 67, 5’10”, 175 lbs with shoulder length blonde hair and blue eyes. He was last seen in the 3600 block of S. 46th St on foot wearing a purple bath robe, blue […]

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EPA Rule Unfairly Harms Wisconsin, AG Schimel Leads Multi-State Legal Action

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EPA Rule Unfairly Harms Wisconsin, AG Schimel Leads Multi-State Legal Action

MADISON, Wis. – Earlier this year, the outgoing Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Gina McCarthy signed the final Cross-State Air Pollution Rule Update for the 2008 Ozone NAAQS (CSPAR II). In Wisconsin v. EPA, Wisconsin is leading the challenge to this rule in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit […]

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UPDATE-95 year old Stanley Flink from Greendale Found Safe

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UPDATE-95 year old Stanley Flink from Greendale Found Safe

Statewide Silver Alert for missing Greendale (Milwaukee County) man Stanley Flink. He is 95, white, 6′ and 240 lbs. Last seen driving southbound on W. Loomis Rd. exiting Greendale at 1 a.m. Wednesday morning. He was last seen wearing a black spring jacket and driving a red 2015 Honda CR-V with WI plates: 337 XJE. […]

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Monday Morning Semi-Tanker Crash in Kenosha Sends One To The Hospital

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Monday Morning Semi-Tanker Crash in Kenosha Sends One To The Hospital

From the Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department- Today at 855 am Deputies along with the Town of Paris Fire Department responded to a roll over crash involving a semi-tanker truck in the 2500 block of 176th Avenue, County Trunk Highway D. On arrival Deputies found a diesel fuel hauling semi tanker had been travelling southbound on 176th […]

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