'Facts of Life' star Charlotte Rae dies at 92

Charlotte Rae, who played a wise and caring housemother to a brood of teenage girls on the long-running sitcom "The Facts of Life," has died at age 92.
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1 dead, 2 children wounded in Milwaukee shooting

Police say one man is dead and two children have been injured in a shooting
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1 swimmer has died, search underway for another

Authorities say a swimmer injured in Lake Michigan off the shores of Harrington Beach State Park has died and the search continues for a second swimmer presumed drowned
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16 charged in Fond du Lac cocaine conspiracy ring

Sixteen people have been charged in a major drug trafficking ring in eastern Wisconsin
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2 men found shot dead in Wauwatosa house

Two men have been found dead inside a suburban Milwaukee home
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2 pedestrians injured in Milwaukee car crash

Authorities are investigating after a driver struck two pedestrians in Milwaukee
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2-year-old shot in foot by 4-year-old brother in Milwaukee

Milwaukee police say a 2-year-old child was shot in the foot by the child's 4-year-old brother
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4 people injured in shooting at business in Madison suburb

Police are responding to a report of an active shooter in a commercial building in the southern Wisconsin community of Middleton
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4 shot, wounded in Milwaukee in month-old dispute

Milwaukee police say four people were shot and wounded this weekend over an incident that happened about a month ago
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8-year-old boy hit by gunfire in Milwaukee

Police say an 8-year-old boy was shot and wounded while walking down the sidewalk in Milwaukee
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Active shooter reported at business in Madison suburb

Police are responding to a report of an active shooter in a commercial building in the southern Wisconsin community of Middleton
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Air pollution at 3M plant in Wisconsin under scrutiny again

Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources is investigating air pollution at a 3M Corp. factory in Wausau
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Another round of storms triggers flood warnings, evacuations

Another round of storms triggered flash flood warnings overnight across Wisconsin
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At least 16 tornadoes touch down in Wisconsin

The buzz of chain saws could be heard around Wisconsin as residents worked to clean up from this week's damaging storms
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At least 8 tornadoes touch down in Wisconsin

The buzz of chain saws could be heard around Wisconsin as residents worked to clean up from this week's damaging storms
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Audit: Scholarship program cost public schools $4.1 million

A new audit shows a state program that provides scholarships to private school students cost public schools $4,1 million over the last two years
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Authorities: Man who crashed car had gunshot wound

Milwaukee County sheriff's deputies say the driver whose vehicle rolled over on the freeway may not have died of injuries sustained in the crash
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Baldwin bill would let all Wisconsin watch Packers

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has introduced a bill that would allow all of Wisconsin to watch the Green Bay Packers
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Baldwin joins Johnson in writing Trump letter over tariffs

Both of Wisconsin's U.S. senators have written to President Donald Trump, raising concerns about the harm of tariffs on businesses in the state
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Bank fires Wisconsin candidate who wouldn't quit race

A Republican state treasurer candidate says he was fired because he wouldn't drop out of the race
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Barnes says Evers not interested in Obama-Trump voters

The Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor says the Tony Evers for governor campaign is not interested in people who voted for Barack Obama and then switched to Donald Trump, if they still support the president
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Barnes says he's not interested in Obama-Trump voters

The Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor says he is not interested in people who voted for Barack Obama and then switched to Donald Trump, if they still support the president
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Barnes says Kleefisch claims about kneeling are 'crazy'

Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor Mandela Barnes says claims by Republican Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch that he knelt during the national anthem at the opening of the Wisconsin State Fair are "crazy."
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Big question for Wisconsin Senate race focuses on megadonor

One of the biggest questions in Wisconsin's race for the U.S. Senate is what GOP megadonor Dick Uihlein will do
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Board picks new head of New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board

The New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board has chosen a new leader
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Book: Wisconsin quietly OK'd Lake Michigan water diversion

A decision by Wisconsin officials eight years ago to approve a big, new allotment of water from Lake Michigan to Pleasant Prairie is raising questions of transparency
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Boy rescued from drain as floods slam Wisconsin, Minnesota

An 11-year-old boy nearly lost his life in a waterlogged drainage ditch in eastern Wisconsin but was pulled to safety by an eagle-eyed firefighter who spotted his finger poking through a manhole cover
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Boy swept underwater in Wisconsin floods is rescued

An 11-year-old boy nearly lost his life in a waterlogged drainage ditch in eastern Wisconsin but was pulled to safety by an eagle-eyed firefighter who spotted his finger poking through a manhole cover
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Bradley Center deconstructed 1 luxury box at a time

Dozens of Habitat for Humanity volunteers and workers have started the mammoth task of demolishing the Milwaukee Bucks' former arena
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Braves pitcher Sean Newcomb apologizes for offensive tweets

Atlanta Braves pitcher Sean Newcomb has apologized for racist, homophobic and sexist tweets he sent as a teenager
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Bucks to play 1st game at Fiserv Forum on Oct. 3

The Milwaukee Bucks will play the inaugural game at Fiserv Forum on Oct. 3 when they open the preseason against the Chicago Bulls
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Bus driver comforts child who had wandered off from home

A bus driver took action when she saw a little girl standing in the street in a T-shirt and underwear
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Canvassers warn Milwaukee residents of lead dangers

A Milwaukee group is going door-to-door in one of the city's neighborhoods to warn residents about the dangers of lead
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Car fleeing traffic stop hits pedestrian in West Allis

West Allis police say a car fleeing a traffic stop hit a pedestrian and kept going
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Cases in which police officers were charged in shootings

A look at some police officers who were charged in shooting deaths of black people
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Charges: Fallen Milwaukee police officer was shot in head

Prosecutors allege a man fatally shot a Milwaukee police officer in the back of the head last week
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Children's Hospital of Wisconsin plans $265M expansion

Children's Hospital of Wisconsin plans a $265 million expansion and upgrade at its campus in Wauwatosa
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Cities grappling with how to deal with electric scooters

Cities across the U.S. are grappling with how to deal with dockless electric scooters that have begun appearing along sidewalks overnight without any regulations
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City councilor pushes for more electric scooter oversight

A Cincinnati city councilor is pushing to make an electric scooter company financially responsible for misuse of their scooters
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Commission reinstates guard in youth prison suicide attempt

Wisconsin officials have reinstated a prison guard who falsely claimed she had checked on a teen inmate who hanged herself
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Company removes Milwaukee scooters until rules are in place

California-based Bird Rides Inc. has removed its electric scooters from the streets of Milwaukee in an agreement with the city to bring them back once there's a regulatory framework in place
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Constant closings spark proposal to move Milwaukee beach

Milwaukee County officials are moving a chronically contaminated beach
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Consultant uncovers host of problems at Wisconsin crime labs

Wisconsin's crime labs are suffering from multiple shortcomings ranging from poor morale to accepting too much evidence from police, according to a consultant's report the state Department of Justice released Tuesday
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Convenience store confrontation ends in fatal shooting

Police say an argument at a convenience store in Milwaukee has ended with a fatal shooting
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Conveyor business center opens doors after $1.5M renovation

Hytrol Conveyor Company's technology center in Jonesboro opens its doors to the public after completing its $1.5 million renovation
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Correction: All-Star Game story

Correction: All-Star Game story
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Correction: Great Lakes-Water Diversion story

Correction: Great Lakes-Water Diversion story
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Correction: Milwaukee Police Lawsuit story

Correction: Milwaukee Police Lawsuit story
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Corrections waited 2 years to report inmate to regulators

The state Department of Corrections waited more than two years to notify state regulators about nurses who didn't get an ailing inmate at Wisconsin's youth prison to a doctor for days
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Cyclists raise concerns about Milwaukee streetcar

Milwaukee residents are raising safety concerns about the city's new streetcar which will begin operations in November
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