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Wisconsin Department "Cancels Crime" Due to Coronavirus Concerns

The Kenosha (WI) Police Department has declared a moratorium on criminal activity amid concerns over the spread of the Coronavirus.

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Wisconsin Officer Saves Disabled Man from Burning Building

An officer with the Sturgeon Bay (WI) Police Department is being hailed as a hero for saving the life of a disabled man trapped in a burning apartment complex.

Agency's Social Media Post on 'Coronavirus' Targets Meth Dealers

Officers with the Merrill (WI) Police Department recently warned users of methamphetamine that their drug of choice may be infected by the disease that has recently seized headlines.

Further Details Revealed About Milwaukee Active Shooter Incident

Authorities have released additional details of the active shooter incident at a Molson Coors complex in Milwaukee that left five employees dead before the killer turned a gun on himself.

5 People Killed in Active Shooter Attack on Milwaukee Brewery

Five employees were killed Wednesday afternoon during an active shooter attack at the MillerCoors headquarters in Milwaukee, WI, said Police Chief Alfonso Morales at a press conference Wednesday night. The suspect is dead.

Gamber-Johnson Wins Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award

Gamber-Johnson—a leading supplier of rugged mounting systems for public safety vehicles—has been named the winner of the prestigious Wisconsin 32nd Annual Manufacturer of the Year Award in the category of Grand Award Medium Sized Business.

Wisconsin Officer Dies of Injuries Suffered in Vehicle Collision

An officer with the Racine Police Department has died from injuries suffered in a vehicle crash that the agency said was influenced by adverse weather conditions in early February.

Wisconsin Officer Injured in Vehicle Collision

An officer with the Franklin (WI) Police Department was injured in a vehicle collision with a civilian driver on Thursday afternoon.

Wisconsin Deputy Issues Warning to Driver of Oscar Mayer "Wienermobile"

A deputy with the Waukesha County (WI) Sheriff's Department pulled over and issued a warning to the driver of the famous Oscar Mayer "Wienermobile" for reportedly violating that state's "move over law."

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Wisconsin Department Mourns Loss of Retired K-9

Officers with the Germantown (WI) Police Department are mourning the loss of a retired K-9—the second in the agency's history—after its passing over the weekend.