BEAVER DAM, Wis. (AP) - Students in an agriculture class in Wisconsin are getting hands-on experience in caring for farm animals with the birth of six piglets in the school's large animal classroom. The Daily Citizen reports that Petunia the pig had her piglets at Beaver Dam High School earlier this month. Students will help take care of the animals, including giving them shots and tracking their growth.
KENOSHA, Wis. (AP) - Veterans from four military branches are helping high school students in southeast Wisconsin bring their life experiences to modern conflicts. The Kenosha News reports that 10 veterans from the U.S. Army, Navy, Air force and Marines participated in Thursday's "conversation cafe," one of four planned for more than 100 sophomores in Harborside Academy's social studies classes. The face-to-face talks with veterans give the Kenosha students a first-person perspective on war and conflict.
MILWAUKEE (AP) - Milwaukee prosecutors have charged a 60-year-old woman with suffocating three babies who investigators initially believed died from sudden infant death syndrome more than 30 years ago. Prosecutors say in charging documents released Friday the cases were reopened in 2015 after Nancy Moronez's daughter told police her mother confessed to suffocating Moronez's son with a garbage bag in 1980. Investigators say the two other infants died in 1984 and 1985 while Moronez was their baby-sitter.
MILWAUKEE (AP) - A man with a history of mental illness has been sentenced to life in prison with no possibility of parole for killing three of his neighbors in a Milwaukee apartment building. Dan Popp was convicted in November of first-degree intentional homicide in the March 2016 shooting deaths of Phia Vue, his wife, Mai Vue, and Jesus Manso-Perez. The jury rejected Popp's insanity defense.
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