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Catch up on the top stories in Oak Creek in April, which include: a naked woman being arrested on Amtrak, a car smashing into a strip mall, and a man pulling a knife on a woman walking her dogs.
Speculation aside, Larry Sabato, a well-known political scientist lays out his argument for Gov. Scott Walker being a top-tier candidate for Republican nomination for president in 2016.
Citing security concerns, the city may pull polling places out of Deerfield Elementary and East and West middle schools.
Justice Pat Roggensack defeats Ed Fallone in race for Wisconsin Supreme Court, while Tony Evers beats Don Pridemore for state superintendent of schools.
Steven Kurkowski upset two-term Alderman Dan Jakubczyk in Tuesday's general election, while School Board Incumbents Frank Carini and Paul Mason were re-elected.
Friday is the last day for residents to vote early in person for Tuesday's election and clerks' offices across the state, including Oak Creek, are required to be open.
Gov. Scott Walker is coming out with a book that chronicles the controversy over his 2011 budget reforms. The book already has a title, but that didn't stop people from taking to Twitter with their own suggestions.
Everything you need to know about the elections on April 2, from Common Council to School Board, and where to vote.
Four candidates are running for two seats on the Oak Creek-Franklin School Board in the April 2 election.
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