WISCONSIN NEWS ROUND-UP: Missing teen found in Chicago
WAUKESHA - Investigators say a missing 15-year-old girl has been found safe in Chicago.
The Waukesha County Sheriff’s office says Kathryn Stalbaum was found last night, after she approached a Chicago police officer. Stalbaum had been missing since Tuesday morning… authorities say she missed her school bus to Kettle Moraine High School and texted a friend that she would bike there. The sheriff’s office reports Stalbaum appears to be in good condition and are now investigating the events leading to her disappearance.
Amid threats from Democrats that “all-out hell” would break lose, the Wisconsin Senate has decided not to consider two anti-abortion bills this year. A tentative schedule for Tuesday’s final session of the year does not include the two controversial bills, including the ban on abortions based on the baby’s gender and banning tax dollars to cover abortions. Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald says the bills will likely come up again in 2014.
The former CEO of Manpower has passed away. Mitchell Fromstein has been credited with leading the Milwaukee-based company to a multi-billion dollar industry… he was also an advisor and speech writer for Vince Lombardi and Patrick Lucey. Fromstein’s success with Manpower was a rocky one – from his acquisition of the company in 1976 to enduring a hostile takeover in the late 1980s through early 1990s. He later retired as the company’s president and CEO in 1999. Family members say Fromstein died after suffering a stroke early yesterday, he was 85.