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Seven homicides were reported in Milwaukee over the weekend, an outburst of violence in a month where fatal killings had otherwise slowed down.

Storms arrived Sunday as the transition from summer to fall brought clashing air masses. Winds of 60 mph were reported.
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FPC Live, with support from live music juggernaut Live Nation, is hoping to open a two-venue live music complex in the Deer District in 2024.

Wisconsin gasoline prices rose sharply in the last week, but analysts expect the increases will only be temporary.

A little over a year since concerts returned, there have been sold-out stadium shows — and more than 30 cancellations since late July in Milwaukee.

Kindly Coffee, 1205 S. 70th St., West Allis, provides vocational opportunities for people with intellectual disabilities.

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