The power was out Thursday night for a few hours, the Village owes WisPark a ton of money, hundreds of Hispanic youth sign up for work permits, a creepy guy propositions a jogger, and these naughty turkeys need to take a lesson from the chickens.
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One Racine man says he feels like he's getting the golden ticket to his future thanks to a program that protects undocumented immigrants under age 31 from deportation, allowing them to work and obtain a driver's license.
For years, Paul’s friends didn’t know he was an undocumented immigrant. His family moved to Racine when he was 7 years old. He graduated with honors from Horlick High School. He drives a car and has a job. He’ll start taking classes at Gateway Technical College as a freshman this fall, then transfer to a four-year college and eventually continue his college education until he becomes a psychologist. People who know his story call him a Dream Act Dreamer or just Dreamer, which means his immigrant parents brought him into the United States illegally when he was a child. Paul is one of 300 people who came to the Racine Labor Center on Tuesday to learn more about the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and fill out an …