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    The Vatican says Pope Francis' condition is stable and is following the regular post-operative course of recovery following a three-hour operation to remove intestinal scar tissue and repair a hernia in his abdominal wall. The Vatican says he is drinking liquids, received the Eucharist and even made a phone call Thursday. Most of the day, though, was spent resting. Doctors say Wednesday’s operation was successful and there were no complications or other pathologies discovered. The pontiff is expected to remain in the 10th-floor papal suite at the Gemelli hospital for several days, and all papal audiences have been canceled through June 18.


    Here are the Walworth County’s weekly criminal complaints from May 31—June 5. The cases still need to make their way through the Walworth County Court System. All information is from criminal complaints filed in Walworth County Circuit Court. To follow the cases, go to

    This weekend - June 10th and 11th - Democrats from across Wisconsin will gather in Green Bay for their state party convention. They'll hear from party leaders, participate in training sessions and make plans to re-elect Senator Tammy Baldwin and President Joe Biden in 2024. Watch WisconsinEy…

    On this episode of Rewind: Your Week in Review, Emilee and JR discuss how Major League Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred sent a serious message that the repairs to American Family Field will require public funding to extend the Milwaukee Brewers lease and said he’s confident lawmakers will f…

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