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Shootings at 3 locations in small Wisconsin city

Shootings at 3 locations in small Wisconsin city

In addition to Marathon Savings Bank, shots were reported around 1:10 p.m. from the nearby law firm Tlusty, Kennedy and Dirks. Hunt said officers were called at 12:27 p.m.to the bank at 1133 E. Thompson, 21, said she had her 2-year-old daughter in the apartment. No one has been arrested, the police spokesman said. "She came in, running into the Subway saying, 'Help, my husband is trying to kill me, please call 911.' And, that's when I saw the manager grab the phone and called, and that's ...


Mike Hopkins to meet with Michael Porter Jr, try to keep him

Mike Hopkins to meet with Michael Porter Jr, try to keep him

He said Porter Sr. hasn't accepted the offer yet. His father joined the Lorenzo Romar's UW staff as an assistant coach previous year. The bigger surprise was that after moving to the state of Washington for his senior year, he plans to request a release of his national letter of intent from the Huskies after Romar was sacked.


Body of baby found in CT reservoir

Body of baby found in CT reservoir

The reservoir is maintained and used by the Bristol Water Department . That's when they found the body of a baby wrapped in a plastic bag in the reservoir. So far investigators are not saying whether it was a boy or a girl, whether it was a newborn or a little older. "If you got kids, grandkids, go out hug, kiss them and be thankful every day that you were blessed to have them and be thankful they're here".


Kentucky Governor Signs Charter Schools Bill Into Law

Kentucky Governor Signs Charter Schools Bill Into Law

Applicants will be able to appeal denials to the state board of education. The governor of Kentucky recently signed legislation that could give religious students free rein to discriminate in public schools. The final version of the charter bill and a related funding bill were rushed through both chambers in a single day last week. Opponents worry that the law will sap students and funding from traditional public schools.


Republicans rebelling against health care risk Trump's wrath

Republicans rebelling against health care risk Trump's wrath

A Freedom Caucus spokeswoman said there are more than 25 members of that strongly conservative group who plan to vote "no" on the American Health Care Act . "I think it's more important that we get it right for the American people. I know you don't like it, but you have to vote for this", according to several representatives present.