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With the gun control debate heating up nationally, several mayors, police chiefs and prosecutors from around the Upper Midwest gathered Thursday and said strong community partnerships, interagency collaboration and greater access to data on firearms are keys to preventing the violence.
A self-help author's acknowledgment that he was responsible for the deaths of three people in an Arizona sweat lodge ceremony was something the victims' family members had hoped for long ago. But the court action wasn't about apologies for them; it was about accountability.
UPDATED 4:18 P.M. Relative: Pregnant mother didn't know suspect in attack Prosecutors have filed two homicide counts against a Milwaukee woman they accuse of abducting another woman and cutting a full-term fetus out of her womb, killing both of them.
It's the roar that made Milwaukee famous — the distinctive throaty rumble of a Harley-Davidson motorcycle. But that much-loved racket could be rumbling away to another state if the company cannot bring down its labor costs.
A great wooden steamship that sank more than a century ago in a violent Lake Michigan storm has been found off the Milwaukee-area shoreline, and divers say the intact vessel appears to have been perfectly preserved by the cold fresh waters.
A Wisconsin man is accused of stabbing a Minnesota man on Christmas because he wanted “to see what it felt like.” Nicholas Leigh Tretter, 29, River Falls, Wis. was charged this week with second-degree assault. The Star Tribune said he was jailed in lieu of $50,000 bail.
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, January 01, 2010
A man electrocuted in a St. Paul manhole has been identified as Thomas Stanke, Blaine. St. Paul police spokesman Sgt. Paul Schnell said a preliminary investigation indicates Stanke may have entered the hole Friday morning to strip out and sell copper cable. He is believed to have come into contact with high-voltage power lines with his saw.
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