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Police & Fire
The FBI compiles crime statistics annually and Patch has used that data to create a searchable database for Wisconsin information.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants another lowering of the blood-alcohol standard for drunk driving. It stands at .08; the NTSB wants it at .05.
This week's "Wow House" is a condominium in Racine that has a 65-foot-long deck with a great view of the lake.
Schools, Public Safety
If set-up accident scene doesn't resonate with all students, followup film and testimonials do, as pre-Prom documentary of alcohol-related deaths hits home.
Blaring music and failure to pay tickets and maintain proper registration make a quick trip to the convenience store a beacon for police attention.
WLC has invited representatives from Eppstein Uhen Architects (EUA) to solicit some initial feedback from its neighbors on the college’s campus master plan project.
The Neighborhood Files
If you drew the Powerball winning numbers in Saturday’s lottery, you could score $600 million, the largest Powerball jackpot ever.
The newly launched website provides practical advice and innovative ideas for those small business owners.
With owner's permission to drive (but no license), juvenile steps on it to try to elude police, ending up wrecking his friend's mother's car and landing in Detention Center.
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