Milwaukee restaurant put on suspension after razor blade is found in food (MILWAUKEE)

A Milwaukee restaurant is ordered to temporarily shut down. The incident leading to the closure occurred last November. Customer Scott Siewart tells Fox 6 Milwaukee when he was eating a burrito from a Qdoba on the city’s east side he into something hard, reached into his mouth and pulled out a razor blade. Siewert wasn’t injured. The health department found the blade matched one from a bag cutter tool at the restaurant. The Milwaukee Common Council decided Wednesday to suspend the license of the restaurant, ordering it to be closed for 10 days due to the incident.

 

Recall of Milwaukee school board members organized by citizen group (MILWAUKEE)

A citizen effort for change in Milwaukee public schools. A group called the “MPS School Board Recall Collaborative” wants to remove four members from the MPS board due to what they say is lack of transparency by the board and the district. A month after voters in the district approved a quarter-billion-dollar referendum in April, MPS was found to be several months behind on reporting financial data to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction. That’s led to DPI delaying millions of dollars in state aid to the district.

 

Two Oshkosh girls, ages 7 and 11, die in ATV crash (TOWN OF UTICA)

Two girls from Oshkosh were killed when their ATV crashed into a car. The Winnebago County Sheriff’s Office says the Tuesday afternoon collision in the Town of Utica took the lives of 11-year-old Mesa Fredenhagen and 7-year-old Kennedi Harris. One of the girls died at the scene, the at a hospital. A 43-year-old woman from Oshkosh driving the car involved in the crash suffered minor injuries. She and her 13-year-old son, who was a passenger in the car, assisted in first aid efforts for the girls.

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