WAUKESHA – The Waukesha Sheriff’s Department has identified the two individuals who died in the fatal crash that occurred Wednesday on County DE.
A silver Chevrolet was traveling westbound on County DE when the driver lost control of the vehicle, crossed the center line and struck the second vehicle, a silver Toyota traveling eastbound.
The driver of the first car, Alixandra P. Wagner, a 23-year-old from Waukesha, and a passenger, Alex Hernandez Banuelos Jr., a 23-year-old from Milwaukee, died as a result of their injuries.
The driver of the Toyota, a 65-year-old from North Prairie, was temporarily trapped in her vehicle and was transported to Aurora Medical Center in Summit for treatment. Authorities have not released her name or condition.
The incident remains under investigation by the Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department.
The state has a tornado drill planned this afternoon.
WAUKESHA – Carroll University’s $24 million new
science center is moving forward, as Waukesha’s Plan Commission
unanimously approved preliminary plans for the
41,000-square-foot building on Wednesday evening.
WAUKESHA – Students at Waukesha South High School
rallied Wednesday around longtime football coach and physical
education teacher Dave Rusch, who will undergo surgery to remove
his cancerous prostate on Friday.
MADISON – Three Republicans and one Democrat have
registered with the state’s Government Accountability Office to
run in this fall’s election to replace the retiring Don
Pridemore and represent the 22nd Assembly District.
WAUKESHA – Montessori School of Waukesha is
celebrating its 50th anniversary this year – and for that golden
anniversary, the school is hoping to get some serious gold.
HARTLAND – A Hartland man was charged Tuesday after
he allegedly choked a woman and left her with bruises across her
SAN FRANCISCO (MCT) Dr. Robert Lustig’s YouTube
lectures about the dangers of sugar have raised a few eyebrows
in recent years and even drawn some criticism.