MILWAUKEE -- We're expected to learn much more about the Foxconn project coming to Wisconsin Thursday evening, July 27th. State lawmakers and the Foxconn founder are set to speak at the Milwaukee Art Museum at 5 p.m.As part of the event, we're hoping to learn more about where exactly the project could end up. Landowners on the Sturtevant-Mount Pleasant line tell FOX6, they have been approached about possibly selling farmland. We only know the location will either be in Racine or Kenosha County.
MILWAUKEE — An international dog rescue is taking place and some area humane societies are front and center. The dogs arrived from South Korea on Thursday morning, July 20th. Jennifer Smieja of the Humane Animal Welfare Society (HAWS) is giddy about the new arrivals at the shelter. Five dogs from a South Korean meat farm were picked up from the airport in Chicago shortly after 9:00 a.m.“They’re in small crates. They don’t get a lot of exercise.
SOUTH MILWAUKEE — After a debilitating motorcycle crash, almost a year to the day it happened, a war hero is finally home for good. Supporters, volunteers and family members retrofitted his South Milwaukee home to accommodate his needs. He was welcomed home in a very special way on Wednesday, July 19th. They brought chairs and signs, almost as though they were awaiting the start of a parade, and with the police escort, it kind of was. It was a small, neighborhood parade, honoring Gary Wetzel.
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