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Past articles by Deandra:

“Business with a heart:” Colectivo donates 50% of sales to Harvey, Irma relief efforts

MILWAUKEE -- Thousands of people in Milwaukee are helping support Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Harvey relief efforts without even realizing it -- and it all starts with a cup of coffee. → Read More

2 charged with abuse of 9-year-old child who was locked up in dog cage due in court

RACINE COUNTY -- A Racine County grandmother and her boyfriend will be in court Wednesday, September 20th -- accused of locking a nine-year-old child in a kennel. Dale Deavers will be arraigned, he waived his preliminary hearing earlier this month. → Read More

You can take a trip around the world this November without even needing a passport

MILWAUKEE -- You can take a trip around the world this November without even needing a passport. This, during the three-day Holiday Folk Fair International. It's a world of cultures under one roof. → Read More

Thousands of MPS students receive free devices, to ensure they have internet access

MILWAUKEE -- Thousands of Milwaukee Public Schools students received free devices to ensure they have internet access outside school. This, in an effort to help close 'the homework gap'. "You can be connected, and we know how important that is, we live in a digital age," Dr. → Read More

“Band together to help:” We Energies crews headed to Georgia to restore power after Irma

MILWAUKEE -- More than 30 We Energies worker on Wednesday, September 13th were on their way to Georgia to assist with power restoration efforts following Hurricane Irma. This is in addition to the 100 contract employees We Energies previously released for restoration efforts. → Read More

Slenderman case on trial; girl’s mental state at issue

WAUKESHA COUNTY -- A Wisconsin teenager accused of stabbing a classmate in order to please a fictional horror character known as Slenderman goes on trial Tuesday, with a jury to decide whether she was mentally competent at the time. Sixteen jurors will hear the testimony in this case. → Read More

Remembering 9/11: Special ceremony held at Milwaukee War Memorial Center

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee and state leaders honored the victims of the terrorist attacks on September 11th, 2001 with a special ceremony at the Milwaukee War Memorial Center on Monday, September 11th. "Today we remember and we honor their sacrifice," said Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele. → Read More

“Anything we can do:” Milwaukee’s ‘All City Towing’ stepping up to help Harvey victims

MILWAUKEE -- A group of Milwaukee tow truck drivers is headed to Houston to tow flooded cars -- but they need your help before they go. "They're estimating about a half-million cars are going to be flooded," said Jeff Piller with All City Towing. → Read More

“It will get crazy:” Powerball lottery jackpot swelling ahead of Wednesday night drawing

MILWAUKEE -- Could the nation's next millionaire be a Wisconsinite? The Powerball lottery jackpot is swelling in advance of Wednesday night’s drawing. The current jackpot is $430 million ($273.4 million cash value). → Read More

Man accused of killing Olivia Mackay, alleged accomplice due in court

KENOSHA COUNTY -- 19-year-old Daniel Tate -- the man accused of killing 17-year-old Olivia Mackay, and his alleged accomplice, 17-year-old Jamari Cook will be in court Tuesday, August 15th. Mackay's body was discovered in Mount Pleasant on July 24th, on Louis Sorenson Road. → Read More

Investigation underway after break-in at Manheim Auto Auction in Racine Co.

RACINE COUNTY -- An investigation is underway after a break-in happened early Thursday morning, August 3rd at Manheim Auto Auction in Racine County. At this time, it is unclear if any vehicles were taken. → Read More

“Hiring is due to customer demand:” Amazon looks to fill 1,500 positions in Kenosha

KENOSHA -- Amazon opened their doors to thousands of potential workers in their largest hiring event ever on Wednesday, August 2nd. Fifty thousand jobs are up for grabs -- 1,500 of which are in Kenosha. → Read More

Kenosha teen charged in stabbing death of classmate due in court

KENOSHA -- A Kenosha teen accused of stabbing a classmate to death at Bradford High School is due in court Thursday, July 20th for his preliminary hearing. Dezjon Taylor was fatally stabbed in the heart Tuesday morning, April 25th, at Bradford High School. → Read More

Water levels receding, roads reopening in Racine and Kenosha Counties

BURLINGTON -- Water levels are receding and roads are reopening in Racine and Kenosha Counties. But there is still a lot of clean up. The Fox River in Burlington is a minor flood stage. It should drop below flood stage Tuesday, July 18th. → Read More

“Helps us express things:” Young patients find relief through art, music and dance

MILWAUKEE -- Expressive therapies are part of the treatment for thousands of patients at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. In some cases, expressive therapies can help patients heal in ways medicine can’t. From the day he was born, Nathan Smith has been a fighter. → Read More

In the wake of the U.S. Bank Fireworks Show comes 1 massive cleanup job!

MILWAUKEE -- Hundreds of thousands of people flocked to the shores of Lake Michigan along Milwaukee's lakefront Monday night, July 3rd for the U.S. Bank Fireworks Show. → Read More

“These are our replacements:” Future firefighters put to the test in basic training

MILWAUKEE -- Future firefighters are put to the test. They're only teenagers, but they're getting their first taste of what it's like to be a Milwaukee firefighter. "These are our replacements one day, so let's build them up," said Deputy Chief Aaron Lipski. → Read More

Police: 37-year-old man shot, killed near 27th and McKinley; 3 suspects sought

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee police are investigating a fatal shooting that happened early Friday morning, June 16th near 27th Street and McKinley Boulevard. It happened shortly before 3:30 a.m. Police say a 37-year-old man was shot multiple times. → Read More

Police need your help locating critical missing girls; ages 5, 10, 12

MILWAUKEE -- Milwaukee police need your help locating three "critical missing" girls, last seen Wednesday, June 14th around 8:00 p.m. near 1st and Locust. Police say the girls are sisters. 12-year-old Ariel Hill is 5'3" tall and weighs 110 pounds. She has braids in her hair and a blue or purple bandanna. She was wearing a green jacket, and has a birthmark on the left side of her face. → Read More

Supporting the Special Olympics: Law enforcement officials to take part in Torch Run

MILWAUKEE -- The Special Olympics Law Enforcement Torch run gets underway in Milwaukee on Wednesday, June 7th. It all starts at the Milwaukee Art Museum at 7 a.m. → Read More