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Wisconsinites Try On EnChroma Glasses For The First Time

Three Wisconsonites traveled to Twenty-Twenty Vision Center to be the first people in the state to try out enchroma glasses. These special glasses help people who struggle with color blindness see a range of colors for the first time. Elliot Ruiz traveled all the way to Sturtevant from Madison...
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MKE Civil Rights Activist Dies

Civil Rights leader Vel Phillips who fought for fair housing in Milwaukee passed away on Tuesday at the age of 94. As the first woman and African-American elected to the Milwaukee Common Council, Phillips pushed for an open housing ordinance that was soon adopted in the late 1960s. She also stood...
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First Lady Barbara Bush dies at age 92

Barbara Bush, the second woman in American history to have had a husband and a son elected President (Abigail Adams was the first), died at her home in Houston on Tuesday at age 92. On Sunday, the office of her husband, former President George H.W. Bush, issued a statement saying that after...
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Could This Be The End Of Bon-Ton?

Back in February Bon-Ton Stores Inc. filed for bankruptcy and although the company was hoping for a turnaround, things don't seem to be working out in its favor. Bon-Ton has dual headquarters in Milwaukee and Pennsylvania, and it's also the parent company of Boston Store so we'd hate to see it go...
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MKE Reporter Arrested For Throwing A Punch At Brewers vs. Cubs Game

At Friday's Brewers versus Cubs game, things escalted between two local news reporters. A.J. Bayatpour who works for WITI Channels 6 was arrested for allegedly punching WTMJ 4's Ben Jordan. It all started when Bayatpour ridiculed Jordan's coworker and girlfriend, Madeline Anderson. According to the...
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Green Bay Packers Player Arrested At LAX

Green Bay Packer, Trevor Davis, was arrested on Sunday afternoon while at LAX for making a bomb threat joke. He was as the ticket counter being asked safety protocal questions like whether or not he packed any sharp objects, weapons, or explosives. In response, Davis turned to his female parter and...
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DIY Braces is a Dangerous New Online Trend

Dentists are warning the Milwaukee community about "DIY braces", a new online trend that could cause teeth to fall out. The makeshift braces, fashioned from things like fishing wire and rubber bands, are gaining popularity among school aged children, concerning many dentists. YouTube is littered...
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Return to The Shore

We have been without our favorite guilty pleasure since 2012, and now our prayers have been answered: Jersey Shore Family Vacation airs on MTV tomorrow night at 9 pm CT. The original show ran from 2009 to 2012, drawing up to 9 million viewers an episode. Since then, the stars' lives have changed...
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Wisconsin Needs to Reduce Their Alcohol Consumption?

According to a new study from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one in four Wisconsin residents binge drink at least once a month. The study defined binge drinking as a woman having four or more drinks and a man having five or more drinks during a short period of time. The nation...
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Late-Night Host Helps Make Wisconsin Girl's Dream Come True

Make-A-Wish Foundation and Jimmy Fallon joined forces this week to help realize one of 11-year-old Maggie Hendrick's biggest dreams. Maggie and her family live in Appleton, but on March 20 they flew out to New York City to meet Jimmy Fallon. It was just a few years ago that at the age of 6, Maggie...
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