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Are there cougars in Franklin? Police officer sees large, wild cat on bike trail
A police officer is the latest in a list of witnesses to report seeing a large, wild cat near the Oak Leaf Bike Trail.
Tue May 21, 2013
Asian Restaurants Targeted in Burglaries
Oak Creek police are investigating a string of burglaries that include incidents at three Asian restaurants.
Police: Driver in Crash Was Drunk, Texting
A driver in the car-motorcycle crash early Sunday at 13th Street and College Avenue was drunk and texting at the time of the accident, according to an Oak Creek police report.
6 Characteristics Of A Truly Great Workplace
The following story was provided by AOLJobs.com By Claire Gordon What is the perfect place to work ? An office where every employee gets an annual 10 percent raise ? And nobody ever gets fired ? And the CEO knows everyone's name ? And there are free massages and volleyball courts and barrels of candy apples? None of the above.
Judge dismisses Sikh group lawsuit filed in wake of Oak Creek temple shooting
A judge has dismissed a Sikh group's U.S. lawsuit against a Indian official who was in Wisconsin last year in the wake of the mass shooting at the Sikh temple at Oak Creek.
Mon May 20, 2013
Oak Creek Grad Rises to MPD Captain
A St. Matthew and Oak Creek alum is now a district commander for the Milwaukee Police Department, as Urban Milwaukee reports .
Relay Race Will Bring Thousands of Runners Through Oak Creek
More than 4,500 runners will pass through Oak Creek on June 7 and 8 as part of the Ragnar Relay Series.
Drexel Expansion Named 'Project of the Year'
The reconstruction of Drexel Avenue was one of the biggest and most complicated road projects in the recent history of Oak Creek.
Walworth County Today
Lake Geneva siblings awarded 'Brave Hearts Heroes' for savng lives in temple shooting
Amanat, left, and Abhay Singh of Lake Geneva recently received Youth Brave Hearts Heroes awards from the American Red Cross for their quick thinking during last August's shooting at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Indian Express
US court dismisses human rights violation case against Parkash Singh Badal
A US court has dismissed a case filed by a Sikh rights group accusing Punjab Chief Minister Parkash Singh Badal of being involved in human rights violations.
Oak Creek Sets Memorial Day Ceremony
Oak Creek's Memorial Day ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. May 27 at the Forest Hill Memorial Park, at the corner of 15th and Forest Hill avenues.
Fri May 17, 2013
Southfield Apartments Expansion In the Works
Seven more buildings with 56 additional units are planned at the Southfield Apartment complex, on S. 13th Street north of Rawson Avenue.
Police: Oak Creek Man Stole $1k Worth of Alcohol, Other Items
Mount Pleasant police say a 47-year-old Oak Creek man tried to get away with more than $1,100 in alcohol and other items.
Traffic Jams Likely With I-94 Closure This Weekend
Oak Creek residents should expect some heavy traffic congestion on local roads this weekend.
Thu May 16, 2013
New Access Road Would Be Built Near 27th Street
The city has scheduled a public meeting on proposed construction that would create a new road along the east side of 27th Street north of Rawson Avenue.
Oak Creek Woman Sentenced for Embezzling From Employer
A 55-year-old Oak Creek woman who admitted stealing thousands of dollars from her employer was sentenced to one year in jail with work-release privileges.
Aldi To Expand Oak Creek Distribution Center
Aldi will add more than 100,000 square feet onto its Oak Creek distribution center, 9342 S. 13th St.
Wed May 15, 2013
Drexel Avenue Named "Project of the Year" by the American Public Works Association
The reconstruction of Drexel Avenue in the city of Oak Creek, Wisconsin has received a Project of the Year award from the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Public Works Association .
Drexel Town Square Plans Marching Forward
Progress on Oak Creek's much-publicized Drexel Town Square development comes in both visible and invisible ways.
Bravo: President Obama Honors Top Police Officers
President Barack Obama welcomed more than 40 law enforcement officials at the East Room inside the White House as part of the National Association of Police Organizations awards.