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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Suspect in hit-run that killed Germantown bicyclist released; researcher says fatalities on the riseGERMANTOWN — The number of fatalities involving bicyclists has doubled in Wisco
Suspect in hit-run that killed Germantown bicyclist released; researcher says fatalities on the rise
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 2 days ago
GERMANTOWN — The number of fatalities involving bicyclists has doubled in Wisconsin over the last year. The latest victim — a 50-year-old man from Germantown never made it home after he left to get some food on Sunday night, August 23rd. Germantown... Read more
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Officer.com
Milwaukee Police Program for Teens ExpandingA nationally recognized program developed by Milwaukee police officers to build
Milwaukee Police Program for Teens Expanding
Officer.com / Posted 4 days ago
A nationally recognized program developed by Milwaukee police officers to build understanding and relationships between police officers and teens is expanding to other cities. "It seems to fit what we need to do in St. Louis perfectly," said... Read more
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Disability Scoop
School Districts Scramble To Find TeachersMILWAUKEE — Four times this summer, the Waukesha School District had to post th
School Districts Scramble To Find Teachers
Disability Scoop / Posted 8 days ago
MILWAUKEE — Four times this summer, the Waukesha School District had to post the same opening for a high school position teaching biology and chemistry. As of last week, Assistant Superintendent for Human Resources Christine Hedstrom was pretty sure... Read more
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The Davison Index
LOIS LEONE (GULLICKSON) MARTIN,100, of Davison, passed away August 17, 2015, circled by her family at her resi
LOIS LEONE (GULLICKSON) MARTIN,
The Davison Index / Posted 8 days ago
100, of Davison, passed away August 17, 2015, circled by her family at her residence. Lois was born in St. Paul, MN, on May 24, 1915, daughter of the late Oscar and Amelia (Wilson) Gullickson. She married Romuald S. Martin of Dowagiac, MI, on August... Read more
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Forsyth County News
Forsyth County Public Library System announces sole finalist for director's postCUMMING —Forsyth County’s library system is a step closer to having its new — a
Forsyth County Public Library System announces sole finalist for director's post
Forsyth County News / Posted 8 days ago
CUMMING —Forsyth County’s library system is a step closer to having its new — and second ever — director. The Forsyth County Public Library Board of Trustees announced Wednesday it has selected Anna Lyle as the sole final candidate for the... Read more
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New Kerala
origin student offers novel way to treat alcoholismIndian- An Indian-American student has discovered promising new compounds that
origin student offers novel way to treat alcoholism
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
Indian- An Indian-American student has discovered promising new compounds that can reduce alcoholics' impulse to drink with a new drug that can be ready for the market in five to six years. In... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
St. Norbert College graduates announcedJay Williams, chair of the St. Norbert College board of trustees, authorized th
St. Norbert College graduates announced
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 10 days ago
Jay Williams, chair of the St. Norbert College board of trustees, authorized the conferring of master's and baccalaureate degrees; St. Norbert College president Thomas Kunkel awarded the degrees and diplomas with the assistance of Jeffrey Frick, dean... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
On the run: Former UW-Milwaukee employee accused of stealing from student organizationsMILWAUKEE — A former University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee employee now faces crimi
On the run: Former UW-Milwaukee employee accused of stealing from student organizations
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 10 days ago
MILWAUKEE — A former University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee employee now faces criminal charges. Police say the suspect, 32-year-old James Wilbur, worked in the student union — and stole checks and credit cards from his co-workers’ desks. The criminal... Read more
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News 8000
Researcher working to restore mayfly population in Green BayA Milwaukee-based researcher is trying to re-establish the historically plentif
Researcher working to restore mayfly population in Green Bay
News 8000 / Posted 11 days ago
A Milwaukee-based researcher is trying to re-establish the historically plentiful amount of mayflies in the bay of Green Bay. Jerry Kaster of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee said the flies have played a crucial role in the health of the bay... Read more
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WAOW Wausau
Stevens Point student trapped in TaiwanA Stevens Point family is struggling to bring their son home, after Taiwanese a
Stevens Point student trapped in Taiwan
WAOW Wausau / Posted 14 days ago
A Stevens Point family is struggling to bring their son home, after Taiwanese authorities took away his passport while he suffered a nervous breakdown. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student Ryan Boggs was studying abroad in Taiwan. According to... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Prime-time viewership numbers are compiled by Nielsen for Aug. 3-9. Listings include the week’s ranking and viewership for the top 20. The top five follow. v Republic
Prime-time viewership numbers are compiled by Nielsen for Aug. 3-9. Listings include the
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 16 days ago
week’s ranking and viewership for the top 20. The top five follow. v Republican Presidential Debate: Fox News Channel, 24 million. v Hall of Fame Game:... Read more
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ScienceBlogs
The #BlackLivesMatter Disruptive ActivismI have a few thoughts I want to float on the recent #BLM activism that involved
The #BlackLivesMatter Disruptive Activism
ScienceBlogs / Posted 19 days ago
I have a few thoughts I want to float on the recent #BLM activism that involved, as of this writing, two takeovers of public events. One takeover was at a Netroots Nation event that included Bernie Sanders, the other at a Sanders rally. First, I... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
Shiloh's Two Bears Headed to MilwaukeeJaye Two Bears could have hung her head after her second knee operation but the
Shiloh's Two Bears Headed to Milwaukee
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 20 days ago
Jaye Two Bears could have hung her head after her second knee operation but the senior persevered and stayed positive. It paid off. Two Bears committed to play at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The Panthers took a chance on her despite her... Read more
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PhysOrg
Scientists discover elusive gamma-ray pulsar with distributed computing projectFermi-LAT sky map with the celestial neighborhood of the newly discovered pulsa
Scientists discover elusive gamma-ray pulsar with distributed computing project
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
Fermi-LAT sky map with the celestial neighborhood of the newly discovered pulsar PSR J1906+0722 featuring several other gamma-ray pulsars (not labeled). The color scale shows the gamma-ray intensity. The dashed square at the centre encloses the... Read more
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The Scientist
Drugging the EnvironmentIn the fall of 2012, PhD student Hendrik Wolschke leaned over the side of a boa
Drugging the Environment
The Scientist / Posted 27 days ago
In the fall of 2012, PhD student Hendrik Wolschke leaned over the side of a boat on the Elbe River in Northern Germany and lifted a stainless steel bucket from the water’s depths. Pulling it aboard, he set the sloshing bucket next to a pile of empty... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
Milwaukee County Board elects Theo Lipscomb to replace Marina Dimitrijevic as chairpersonMILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Board has elected a new chairman. Milwaukee Co
Milwaukee County Board elects Theo Lipscomb to replace Marina Dimitrijevic as chairperson
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 28 days ago
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Board has elected a new chairman. Milwaukee County Supervisor Theo Lipscomb was will replace former Chairwoman Marina Dimitrijevic. Lipscomb thanked supervisors for their support as well as the other candidates who... Read more
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FOX 6 Milwaukee
$10M gift to UWM will be used to establish Lubar Center for EntrepreneurshipMILWAUKEE — University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone announced on
$10M gift to UWM will be used to establish Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship
FOX 6 Milwaukee / Posted 29 days ago
MILWAUKEE — University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Chancellor Mark Mone announced on Thursday, July 30th that Sheldon and Marianne Lubar are donating $10 million to the university to establish the Lubar Center for Entrepreneurship. UWM will construct a... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Military dogs serve with honor but don't get retiree health careMILWAUKEE - Flo knows explosives. She knows how to find buried IEDs, how to de
Military dogs serve with honor but don't get retiree health care
The Record Searchlight / Posted 30 days ago
MILWAUKEE - Flo knows explosives. She knows how to find buried IEDs, how to detect the smells of more than 50 types of chemicals, and how to alert her handler when she finds something designed by humans to kill humans. Flo knows love. She knows... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
SchoolsLawrence Tech SOUTHFIELD,Mich.- Daniel John Kangas from Rock received a Bachel
Schools
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
Lawrence Tech SOUTHFIELD,Mich.- Daniel John Kangas from Rock received a Bachelor of Science degree in transportation design from Lawrence Technological University's at its 83rd commencement exercises. Ceremonies were held at Ultimate Soccer Arenas... Read more
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The Neosho Daily News
Winter freezes Nats' bats with 13 KsPITTSBURG, Kan. — Rawlings Hitters White lived up to their name with 14 Wednesd
Winter freezes Nats' bats with 13 Ks
The Neosho Daily News / Posted 1 months ago
PITTSBURG, Kan. — Rawlings Hitters White lived up to their name with 14 Wednesday afternoon against the Midwest Nationals Red, but it was Nick Winter's pitching effort that propelled the Hitters White to a 6-1 victory at Jaycee Ballpark. PITTSBURG,... Read more
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MLive.com
Scientists use world's most powerful X-ray laser in groundbreaking study of cellsGRAND RAPIDS, MI – Using the brightest X-ray laser in the world, a team of scie
Scientists use world's most powerful X-ray laser in groundbreaking study of cells
MLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
GRAND RAPIDS, MI – Using the brightest X-ray laser in the world, a team of scientists has delved into a complex area of cell communication and created a roadmap in hopes it will lead to better drugs with fewer side effects. The groundbreaking... Read more

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