HONOLULU, Hawaii -- A Sturtevant woman who is in Hawaii to help take care of her new grandson, says she thought they were going to die. This, after an emergency alert notification was sent out on Saturday, January 13th, claiming a “ballistic missile threat inbound to Hawaii." Thankfully, the threat was a false alarm caused by an employee pressing the "wrong button" during a shift change, Hawaii officials say. However, it was still very frightening for those who weren't sure what was going on.
MILWAUKEE — A man was captured on cellphone video openly using drugs on a Milwaukee County Transit System bus. But it’s what happened next the drug user didn’t see coming. On his regular bus Thursday morning, January 11th, Stephen Buck says there was nothing normal about the ride. “Some dude got on the bus saying he lost his ‘M’ card or something, and he was asking if he could get on for free. The bus driver was nice enough to let him on for free,” said Buck.
JEFFERSON COUNTY -- The rain mixing with the dropping temperatures has some people worried. Especially for those in the smaller communities. Once the crews commit to putting salt down, it's a lot of resources they are using and it can be very expensive. It seems only in Wisconsin, on a day we break the record high temperature, our focus is worried about the possibility of ice on the ride home.
Fascinating details in Greyhound bus incident Bus driver didn't stop because he thought law enforcement "was trying to pull over someone else". It was a 17 mile pursuit! Spike strips used to eventually stop it. http://via.fox6now.com/8I2Km via @fox6now
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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