Committee chairman says she’ll step down

Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been a lightning rod throughout the presidential campaign for criticism from the party’s more liberal wing, with Bernie Sanders repeatedly accusing the national party of favoring Clinton [Read story]

Two college football players killed in overnight Waukesha County crash

The Waukesha County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a crash that killed a senior punter for the University of Nebraska and a former punter for Michigan State University. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Suspect shot, officer injured after man carjacks patrol car

Grand Chute police shot a 36-year-old man suspected of theft at a pawnshop after he drove away in a squad car. Another suspect fled in a cab. Both were later arrested. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Dare Ogunbowale has two solid game plans for life after UW

The fifth-year senior tailback, a former walk-on from Marquette High School, hopes to play in the NFL but is prepared to move on if he fails to achieve that goal. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Kyle Busch continues to dominate Indianapolis

Kyle Busch led all but one lap Saturday to win the NASACAR Xfinity Series race at Indianapolis Motor Speedway for the second straight year. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Olympic doping ban unleashes fury in Moscow

Russia is a nation under siege. At least that's how it seems to many Russians. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Medical College receives $1.9 million grant to study cardiovascular disease

Research will evaluate relationship between chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Storms hit southeastern Wisconsin amid heat wave

As dangerously high temperatures lingered over southeastern Wisconsin Saturday, storm made their way east to make matters worse. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Fire damages home on Lathrop Ave. in Racine

RACINE — Racine firefighters battled a house fire on Lathrop Ave. late Saturday, July 23rd. Officials say a neighbor called 911 around 10:30 p.m. after seeing smoke coming from the home. The residents were home at [Read story]

Candidates in hot seat during community brainstorming session

Residents in the now nationally known 53206 ZIP code got a chance to speak with elected officials at a brainstorming session Saturday. Maria Hamilton, mother of Dontre Hamilton, and Congresswoman Gwen Moore were both [Read story]

100 Days of Summer #51 – Fishing

elviskennedy has added a photo to the pool: Fishing under a summer moon is a simple pleasure along the coast of Lake Michigan in Algoma, Wisconsin. Made with a Sony A7rii and Zeiss Batis 25mm lens. For more go to [Read story]

Shots fired when squad car hijacked

Gunshots were fired at a retail theft suspect in Grand Chute Saturday night as the suspect drove off in the squad car outside a Pawn America store. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Print and digital updates coming

I can say with confidence that we will aim to keep serving this community, to the best of our ability, with journalism that matters, for as long as we’re here and as far as we can see. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Hillary Clinton’s nomination to break long-standing barrier

While some women disagree with Clinton on policy, and many millennials backed rival Bernie Sanders, there is a broad sense of pride in seeing the milestone passed — 96 years after women were granted the right to [Read story]

Vacant prison jobs help drive state OT to $64.5 million

Overtime paid to state workers rose by 12% last year to a level not seen for at least a decade and up a third from a low in 2012. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Former Concordia campus will be converted for urban Indian culture

The near west side buildings, now known as Wgema Campus, are being redeveloped as tribal offices and programs tied to the Forest County Potawatomi Community. The next projects total $30 million. Read entire story here. [Read story]

40 years after desegregation ruling, core problems remain

The start of the school year, just over a month from now, will mark the 40th anniversary of the launch of court-ordered school desegregation of Milwaukee Public Schools. Read entire story here. [Read story]

La Perla building sold to owner of Hamburger Mary’s building

Buyer is affiliate of Phoenix Investors. Read entire story here. [Read story]

Griffey, Piazza took opposite paths to Cooperstown

A pair of players whose careers originated in decidedly dissimilar fashions will converge at the pinnacle of their profession Sunday afternoon, when Ken Griffey Jr. and Mike Piazza are officially inducted into the [Read story]

Northwestern Mutual meeting to have $12.9 million economic impact

Annual event draws 10,000 to Milwaukee. Read entire story here. [Read story]