In Palo Alto, an 80-year-old grandfather, Allan Connel, is in critical condition fighting for his life after he was brutally stabbed. Connel’s family said he was trying to help a complete stranger when he was attacked.
A Union Grove veterans home has seen a spike in COVID-19 cases among residents and staff, prompting changes at the facility.
"There is clearly more that must be done"
The U.S. Coast Guard unloaded almost $26 million in cocaine and marijuana at Port Everglades, the agency said in a news release.
The retired major is believed to be the oldest living Marine.
Work is underway to recover the remains of the Marines and Sailor, including Wisconsin native, Private First Class Evan Bath.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday expressed his condolences to the families of the eight Marines and one Navy sailor who are all presumed dead after an amphibious vehicle sank during a training mission Thursday near San Clemente Island.
The US Navy awarded its first Black female tactical pilot with her "Wings of Gold" over the weekend.
The Marines involved in an accident off the California coast last week that killed one and resulted in an unsuccessful search for seven others and a sailor were identified early Monday in a statement that said an investigation is underway.
The U.S. Coast Guard rescued two teenagers from an Oregon lagoon after they became stranded on rocks amid rising tides.
SAN DIEGO — A fire suppression system was inoperable when a blaze erupted aboard the USS Bonhomme Richard in San Diego, so sailors fought the blaze with water, a top Navy official said Monday.Rear Adm.
MILWAUKEE -- COVID-19 numbers in Milwaukee County are climbing.
MADISON -- Gov.
MILWAUKEE -- Thousands are being tested for the coronavirus across Wisconsin every day -- and the results paint a bleak picture for the state's efforts to flatten the curve.
MILWAUKEE -- With Fourth of July weekend over, reality set in for some on Monday, July 6 -- concerned about potential exposure to COVID-19.
MADISON -- As chaos erupted at the Wisconsin State Capitol Tuesday night, June 23, protesters beat and robbed a black man while a biracial woman was later burned with lighter fluid by men she described to authorities as white.
MADISON — More than 1,200 members of the Wisconsin National Guard are serving in support of the state’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many are doing so in addition to working to complete their degrees.Soldiers and Airmen working long days supporting the state's response to COVID-19 also are resigned to staying up long into the night or working weekends to get homework, tests and assignments complete.
MILWAUKEE -- Governor Tony Evers Tuesday, June 9 announced that the Wisconsin National Guard "has concluded its mission to preserve public safety and protect the rights of protesters and the media as peaceful demonstrations occurred around Wisconsin following the murder of George Floyd."A news release from the governor's office said in coordination with local leaders, nearly 1,500 troops mobilized over the last week in response to requests for Wisconsin National Guard assistance.Approximately 125 troops originally mobilized to state active duty the evening of May 30 in Milwaukee "when civil authorities in Milwaukee requested the guard's assistance," the release said.
MILWAUKEE -- A Milwaukee man is facing a federal charge after prosecutors say he pointed a laser pointer at FBI and Wisconsin National Guard helicopters on multiple occasions as the aicraft flew over Milwaukee to monitor protests in the wake of the officer-involved death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.Jeremiah Belen faces one count of aiming a laser pointer at an aircraft filed by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin for alleged actions that occurred between May 31 and June 7 in Milwaukee.According to an affidavit, the first incident occurred on May 31 as FBI agents flew over Milwaukee and observed a green laser targeting their aircraft from the ground in the area bordered by North Avenue, Burleigh Street, N. 10th Street and N. 14th Street in Milwaukee.It happened again late on June 3/early on June 4 from the area near 1st Street and Chambers Street in Milwaukee, and the affidavit said the agents were able to capture the origin of the laser -- a home at 3001 N. 1st Street.It happened again on the evening of June 4, the affidavit said, from the area near 76th Street and Center Street, where protests were taking place.The agents reported the laser would hit the wing of their aircraft, or worse, the windshield -- illuminating the cockpit.