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Police & Fire
The boy's mother contacted police after discovering graffiti at the community center similar to tagging found in her home. However, police say he continued tagging after his arrest.
A 34-year-old Milwaukee woman told a tall tale to police in an apparent attempt to get an acquaintance of hers in hot water, authorities say.
Government, Police & Fire
Wisconsin's drunk driving-related incidents are the highest in the United States and state Legislators have crafted six bills to confront the issue, but they carries a hefty price tag.
Police & Fire, Schools, Real Estate
Catch up on Greendale Patch's top stories in April, new businesses coming to the Greendale Village Center, background checks at gun shows, and Greendale School elections.
After months of raising money, the Greendale Police Department was able to buy a police dog.
Hoping to reduce the number of drunk drivers on the road, the Wisconsin DOT has come up with a "Driving Sober" app.
We'll keep you updated on the traffic out there.
Over 300 law enforcement, fire and rescue personnel responded to a massive 9 alarm fire in Burlington last night and among them were several Greendale firefighters.
Area law enforcement officials respond to Milwaukee County Sheriff's message about gun owners fighting back and "simply calling 9-1-1 and waiting is no longer your best option."
A new law going into effect on November 1 bans teens and new drivers from using their cell phones while driving.
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