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Recent articles by Tom:

'We are a fractured community': Faith leaders call for action in Kenosha

Faith leaders in Kenosha gathered today to pray for healing in the community. → Read More

Clashes and conversation between protesters during President Trump's visit

In Civic Center Park Tuesday, there were clashes between supporters of President Trump and Black Lives Matter protesters, but there were also conversations. → Read More

Kenosha business owners picking up the pieces after nights of unrest: “It looks like World War 2"

Dozens of business owners in Kenosha are picking up the pieces after several nights of unrest in the city. They are doing this while other area residents make their way to the hardest hit areas to see the damage and destruction for themselves. → Read More

Fight breaks out at Germantown basketball tournament

A basketball tournament in Germantown has been canceled after a fight broke out at one of the games Wednesday. → Read More

Five U.S. airports, including Chicago's O'Hare, to screen passengers for coronavirus

With the first confirmed case of the coronavirus being found in Seattle, five U.S. airports will now screen all passengers from Wuhan, China. The man in his 30's was diagnosed after traveling from the region to Washington State. → Read More

Racine prepares for Officer Hetland's funeral

Funeral services for Officer Hetland will be held Wednesday at A.F. Siebert Chapel at Carthage College. → Read More

Racine prepares for Officer Hetland's funeral

Funeral services for Officer Hetland will be held Wednesday at A.F. Siebert Chapel at Carthage College. → Read More

Oconomowoc standoff suspect's attorney doesn't know where he is

The Oconomowoc standoff suspect's attorney doesn't know where his client is. → Read More

Recent triathlon deaths highlight danger of swimming portion

Three people have died during the swimming portion of recent Wisconsin triathlons, and experts say the water portion is the most dangerous. → Read More

'Violence Interrupters' work to prevent gun violence in Milwaukee

A new initiative by Milwaukee's Office of Violence Prevention is putting "Violence Interrupters" right into the community, in hopes of stopping crime before it happens. It's all part of the 414 LIFE Blueprint for Peace. Eleven staff members meet three times a week to plan where they will stage themselves in the community. The hope is to have ears on the street and anticipate violence before it… → Read More

New bill would allow for home delivery of alcohol in Wisconsin

You soon could have alcohol delivered to your home in Wisconsin if a new bill gains traction and is passed. → Read More

Bartenders, servers in Wisconsin won't have to report cash tips on state taxes if bill passes

Lawmakers are proposing a change to state statutes that would allow cash tips to be kept by workers, tax free. → Read More

Wisconsin teacher placed on leave after student recorded her using the 'N-word' during class

A Wisconsin high school teacher is on paid leave after students recorded her using a racial slur on camera during class. → Read More

California fires scorch parts of Packers Rodgers', Matthews' hometowns

There are several Wisconsin ties to the deadly wildfires burning in California. It's where several sports stars live and where Wisconsin volunteers are headed to help with evacuations and recovery. → Read More

Drugged driving becoming a growing problem

Numbers for drug-impaired driving are up statewide. The Milwaukee County Prosecutors office says 5 out of 16 cases forwarded to them this week involved drugs. The rest involved alcohol. → Read More

Greendale HS student says she was suspended for confronting someone who called her the N-word

Parents and students say Greendale High School has an issue with race. → Read More

Hundreds Camp out on Milwaukee's lakefront 24 hours ahead of the fireworks

Thousands of people will be on Milwaukee’s lakefront for the annual US Bank Fireworks show Tuesday night. → Read More

Several cars stolen from Pewaukee neighborhood

A normally crime-free area of Waukesha County had a rash of stolen vehicles in one night. → Read More

Man charged in death of 15-year-old Milwaukee boy Dennis King

Charges have been filed in the death of 15-year-old Dennis King. → Read More

Lake Geneva family thankful teen back home from Paris

Nathan Dyer contracted E. coli while traveling in Morocco. Doctors there recommended he be taken to Paris for emergency treatment when he fell into a coma. Nathan's traveler's insurance covered the air ambulance trip and he was taken to France. → Read More