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Police & Fire, Business, The Neighborhood Files, Graduation
Lewis Givens served as an educational assistant at Olympia Brown Elementary and worked with students with cognitive disabilities. He allegedly sexually assaulted a 9-year-old student and the statements his co-workers made during an internal investigation
Police & Fire
Racine woman allegedly passes fake prescriptions in Walgreens in Racine, Caledonia and Mount Pleasant.
Suspect, 28, is caught buying heroin from two men on the north side of Milwaukee and officers use the deal to trace the dealers back to a home with $12,000 worth of heroin inside.
Caledonia's Village President, Ron Coutts, said he's been talking about the idea of consolidating fire departments with Racine and South Shore for months with the Mayor and Village presidents, but the idea has been tabled.
21-year-old man arrested under suspicion of driving under the influence of controlled substances offered up his take on the chances of 85-year-old ladies being caught.
Man was found in a driveway slumped over the wheel in his van. The term "Bath Salts" refers to a combination of two stimulants and is often thought of as a cocaine substitute, according to drugabuse.gov.
Police & Fire, Summer
Despite ceasing highway construction around Fourth of July, the Wisconsin Department of Transportation expects delays.
The good news for readers is that the first item in our weird crime roundup is worth your effort to click. The bad news is that it's hard to top that first item. But we tried.
Police & Fire, Elections
You've been busy, we've been busy. But now you have a few minutes to catch up and boy do we have a lot to tell you. Here are our most read stories this week.
Government, Public Safety
The driver of a semi-truck died after trying to avoid crashing into a car at Nicholson and 5-Mile Road over Memorial Day. The village is now taking steps to make the intersection safer.
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