‘Days of Our Lives’ star Joseph Mascolo dies at 87

‘Days of Our Lives’ star Joseph Mascolo dies at 87

Joseph Mascolo, the actor who portrayed archvillain Stefano DiMera on the NBC soap opera “Days of Our Lives,” died this week at 87 after a battle with Alzheimer’s disease, the network said. Mascolo passed away Wednesday, but NBCUniversal announced his death Friday. He joined the daytime drama in 1982 and was featured intermittently until his last appearance this year. “Joseph was a big ‘ol bear with a puppy dog heart. I’m so blessed to have had these many years with […]






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Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson awarded 2016 Heisman Trophy

Louisville sophomore QB Lamar Jackson awarded 2016 Heisman Trophy

NEW YORK — Lamar Jackson is the first Louisville player to win the Heisman Trophy, beating out preseason favorite Deshaun Watson of Clemson despite some late-season struggles. The sensational sophomore quarterback leapt over a loaded field of Heisman Trophy contenders early in the season and by the time he slowed down nobody could catch him. The highest honor in college football was handed out Saturday night in New York. Baker Mayfield finished third and Oklahoma teammate and fellow finalist Dede […]






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Auburn Police Arrest Teenager Suspected of Kidnapping, Choking a Woman

Auburn Police Arrest Teenager Suspected of Kidnapping, Choking a Woman

AUBURN — Police arrested an 18-year-old Friday suspected of kidnapping a woman and choking her in a car in Auburn. According to Lt. Michael Garlock of the Auburn Police Department, Shane Bradley was arrested on suspicion of driving the woman against her will to a remote area, where he then began choking her. Police were tipped off to the incident after they received several reports of a woman screaming around Placerado Avenue. Officers successfully located the woman; her condition has not […]






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“This is a public health concern:” Milwaukee Common Council holds meeting over cost of replacing city’s lead laterals

“This is a public health concern:” Milwaukee Common Council holds meeting over cost of replacing city’s lead laterals

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee aldermen will soon vote on a new policy to deal with lead pipes and part of the cost would fall on homeowners. More than 70,000 households in Milwaukee are affected and on Saturday, December 10th, some of those people shared ideas and concerns. Members of the Milwaukee Common Council hosted a community meeting to educate constituents on a proposed policy to phase out the city’s lead laterals. “My daughter and my grandchildren are not the only people […]






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“Selling out of snow blowers!” Folks flock to hardware stores for last-minute snowstorm supplies

“Selling out of snow blowers!” Folks flock to hardware stores for last-minute snowstorm supplies

MILWAUKEE — It was a race against the clock for a lot of people buying everything they need for the incoming snowfall Saturday, December 10th.  As the first major snowfall of the season inched closer and closer, customers at Ace Hardware on Lisbon Avenue rushed to get their last-minute supplies. Some vowing to never underestimate Mother Nature again. “Last year I got caught off-guard. Today is the best days to get a snow shovel because I know what’s about to […]






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