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Environment
12:49 pm
Thu August 1, 2013

Milwaukee Hunting Mosquitos

The Milwaukee Health Department has applied more than 2,200 doses of mosquito larvicide to catch basins across the city, to help prevent West Nile virus.

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Politics & Government
12:16 pm
Thu August 1, 2013

National Governors Association Meeting Kicks Off in Milwaukee

The National Governors Association’s annual meeting begins Thursday in Milwaukee and will run through the weekend.

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Politics & Government
12:13 pm
Thu August 1, 2013

Legislators Take Another Crack at Toughening Penalties for Drunken Driving

Two Republican legislators say Wisconsin's drunken driving laws have been lax, for too long, particularly when it comes to repeat offenders.

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Education
10:00 am
Thu August 1, 2013

Local Volunteer Says She Refuses to Play "Blind Card"

Volunteer Cindy Alioto
Credit Vision Forward

As the National Governors Association’s annual meeting kicks off tomorrow with a session on employing people with disabilities, a local volunteer says she is proof that challenges can be overcome.

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Arts & Culture
10:00 am
Thu August 1, 2013

Musician Takes Mature Approach to Kids' Music

Nathan Meckel (center) of The Happy Racers performs for fans, young and old.
Credit The Happy Racers

There once was a time when there two kinds of musicians: those who played for kids, and ones who played for grown ups. And there was not much overlap, in the styles of music aimed at the two groups of listeners. That’s changed in the last decade or two, and now it is not such a stretch for a musician to find his or her feet in both worlds.

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