‘It Takes Over Your Life’: Waze Volunteers Work for the Love of Maps
Thousands of them spend nights and weekends updating maps for the company; rising through the ranks
Who is running for Wisconsin Supreme Court?
Wisconsin Court of Appeals Chief Judge Lisa Neubauer and Wisconsin Court of Appeals Judge Brian Hagedorn are vying for the open spot on the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which will be vacated by Justice Shirley Abrahamson, who chose not to seek reelection. Both are members of the Waukesha-based District 2...
Learn to make a matzo ball that will get you drunk
Challenged to create a cocktail with matzo, Christopher Marty of Best Intentions makes “alcohol soup.”
Teen shot in Port Hueneme said to be in critical condition
A 17-year-old was critically injured after getting shot Sunday night in Port Hueneme, authorities said.
The Free-Form Funeral
Led by baby boomers, families are turning to personalized and symbolic memorials to bid farewell to loved ones.
Facing Mounting Bills, Mark's Outing Owner Asks Community for Help
Mark's Outing has seen better days, according to owner and namesake Mark Outing. And citing "tremendously slow" business days, Outing is reaching out to the...
Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie
Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie McKENZIE (September 5) McKenzie (Tenn.) Police Department is alerting the public about “skimmer” devices found at two gas pumps at a local convenience store. The devices use Bluetooth technology to download information from a customer’s credit/debit card. The thief can be receive the Bluetooth signal from as far as 100 feet away from the skimmer Within the past few weeks, these skimming devices were used to steal credit/debit card data from several local victims, including the City of McKenzie. The stolen information was then used for fraudulent use in another state In anyone has been a victim of fraudulent credit/debit card transactions, please call the local law…
I-24 mudslide: TDOT says new lanes to open on time, traffic to start moving March 15
Round-the-clock work continues on the stretch of I-24 covered in mud after a February landslide north of Nashville.
London Beit Din Dayan Resigns, Cites Falling Short of Standards
Rabbi Abraham said he had been “under exceptional strain and stress for some time which has taken its inevitable toll."
Collier County to crack down on vacation rentals
Collier County commissioners voted Tuesday to have staff enforce rules that ban owners from renting their homes for less than six months in the unincorporated area.