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Christopher and Jomelyn Roedema (Alimpolo), Burlington, twins, Jacob and Hannah, Sept. 5. The babies were born at Aurora Lakeland Medical Center, Elkhorn. The father is a former Racine resident.
Brett Kovach and Amanda Vieau of Racine, boy, Jaxon James, Aug. 3. The baby was born at Ascension All Saints Hospital.
Here's a deep dive into the sobering laws throughout the United States and around the world that make alcohol a crime — in many unexpected and old-fashioned ways.
CheapInsurance.com has taken a deep dive into the sobering laws throughout the United States and around the world that make alcohol a crime—in many unexpected and old-fashioned ways.
May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, but artist and baker Jasmine Cho brings attention to AAPIs every month. Her medium? Cookies.
The majority of junk food tastes delicious to most people, this is proven by the CDC’s finding that two-thirds of Americans are overweight.
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James and Heather Stead, Mosinee, boy, Miles Stephen, May 16. The baby was born at Aspirus Women’s Health Birthing Center, Mosinee. The couple are former Racine residents.
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Kevin and Brittnee Landveman (Westermeyer), Mount Pleasant, boy, Lincoln Alan, May 1. The baby was born at Ascension All Saints Hospital.
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Greg and Kate Brunner (Cramer), Sturtevant, boy, Gannon Conrad, March 5. The baby was born at Froedtert South-St. Catherine’s Campus.
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Lawmakers in 29 states have approved or are working on laws that allow the creation of hospital police forces, whose members can carry firearms and make arrests. Some critics worry about the “unintended consequences” of boosting law enforcement presence in places people receive medical care.
An Indiana board has decided to reprimand an Indianapolis doctor after finding that she violated patient privacy laws by talking publicly about providing an abortion to a 10-year-old rape victim from neighboring Ohio. The state Medical Licensing Board voted that Dr. Caitlin Bernard didn’t abide by privacy laws when she told a newspaper reporter about the girl’s treatment in a case that became a flashpoint in the national abortion debate days after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last summer. Board members chose to fine Bernard $3,000 for the violations, turning down a request from the attorney general’s office to suspend Bernard’s license.
A U.S. study suggests 1 in 10 people are getting long COVID after an omicron infection, a lower estimate than earlier in the pandemic. The National Institutes of Health is studying nearly 10,000 U.S. adults to help better understand why some people suffer debilitating health problems that can last for months or years after even mild COVID-19. In the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers identified a dozen key symptoms that help distinguish long COVID. They say doctors shouldn't use the list to diagnose patients — it's only a first step — but it might help future studies.
Applying sunscreen should be an essential step in your everyday skincare routine, not just when exposed to intense rays.
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From a young age, Betsabe Castillo knew she wanted to go to college.
Content by Horizon Retail Construction. Horizon has more than 90 office employees locally and handles more than 1,500 projects annually in all 50 states.
Jeremy Hugasian was unsure what he wanted to do in life... until his decision became crystal clear. He saw, he decided — and says he never looked back. Gateway Technical College helped him to train for his new career.
Katy Perry loses name trademark battle, James Corden signs off The Late Late Show, and more celeb news
The pop star - who was born Katheryn Hudson - was sued for trademark infringement by Australian fashion designer Katie Taylor. Find out more about that and other celeb news from the week here.
Donald trump reportedly 'put on DJ set' after arraignment, Coolio's cause of death revealed, and more celeb news
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Intruder at Rihanna's house intended to propose, Jonathan Majors arrested on assault charges, and more celeb news
The unnamed guy had travelled from South Carolina to Los Angeles and walked up to Rihanna's house, but was almost immediately stopped by security. Get that and more celeb news here.
Moore made his famous observation three years before he helped start Intel in 1968. It's now known as “Moore’s Law."
Walnut cat litter is made from crushed walnut shells, a recycled byproduct of the food industry. The shells are processed and finely ground into granules that resemble traditional clay-based cat litter. There are a few unique benefits to this eco-friendly option, but there are also a couple of cons to consider.
One of the biggest benefits of walnut cat litter is that it’s an environmentally friendly choice. The walnut shells are biodegradable and natural, and as a food industry byproduct, they would otherwise go to waste.
While walnut shell litter is a great option for many cats, there is a risk of allergic reactions in humans or cats with nut allergies. If you’re not sure if your cat has a nut allergy, try testing a small amount of litter and monitoring your cat for irritation.
One of the most popular walnut cat litters is Naturally Fresh Cat Litter. This walnut-based quick-clumping kitty litter is available on Amazon for $20 per 26-pound bag.