Who are they? WI children recently reported missing
These are recent reports of missing children made to local law enforcement. If you think you have seen a missing child, contact the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children at 1-800-THE-LOST (1-800-843-5678).
The two class action lawsuits filed against the manufacturer in Wisconsin claim the uniforms caused numerous Delta employees to break out in skin rashes, suffer migraines, have breathing difficulties and more.
The second-degree sexual assault charge against Hassen A. Ahmed, 29, of Madison, which was scheduled for a trial next week, has been dismissed at the request of prosecutors who said they did not believe they could prove the case.
Joseph Jamel Smith eluded authorities in a stolen vehicle for more than an hour and though several Wisconsin counties including Sauk and Columbia, traveling as fast as 124 mph and passing vehicles on the right shoulder, authorities said.
Jeffrey S. Churchwell was cited for disorderly conduct and agreed to pay a $365 fine plus $5,705 in restitution to the county Public Works Department, which cleaned the messes, according to Walworth County Sheriff's Office reports.
Derrick Lee Sharp-Andrus, 27, pleaded no contest to a charge of theft of movable property valued from $10,000 to $100,000. He was sentenced to five years of probation and was ordered to find and maintain full-time employment and provide a DNA sample.
In the lawsuit, Azarian Wrecking alleges that it was not paid the full value of its property, and that the city and RDA did not provide adequate relocation fees, violated eminent domain laws and held back money from the sale of the property while also misrepresenting what the money was used for.
Jenifer M. Tenner, 36, no permanent address, stole two wallets and checkbooks from the Viterbo University library, La Crosse Center parking ramp and parking lot outside of Marcus Cinema, and then forged checks from the checkbooks at several La Crosse area stores, according to the criminal complaint.
Manuel Salazar-Gutierrez, 44, of La Crosse, faces charges of second-degree reckless homicide and hit-and-run resulting in death, according to a criminal complaint released by Milwaukee police on Sunday.
David Hay, 39, is charged in federal court with child enticement and possession of child pornography. Hay served as principal at Tomah High School from 2011 to 2014. Prior to that he was an administrator at Kettle Moraine High School in southeastern Wisconsin.