Newsweek spoke to teens and preteens ahead of Friday's protests, which are expected to draw crowds across the world.
"You don't have to say anything—just showing someone you are there makes a big difference in someone's day," said bus driver Isabel Lane.
Police investigating the kidnapping of Darrel Moll determined he had tied himself up and sent "demands" to his wife.
Police said the Milwaukee woman confronted the other driver after a road accident and he pulled a gun.
"When methamphetamine is created in this method it creates a chemical reaction that can become explosive," said Delafield police Lieutenant Landon Nyren.
"We are trying to discourage negative decisions that young people are making for themselves," a superintendent said.
As the protesters marched down the street on Saturday, a dark colored vehicle suddenly charged towards them.
The National Weather Service has urged the public to stay safe in the excessive heat.
Cruz reportedly lamented Fox News' adoption of Trump during the GOP nomination race and raged about the channel's bias after the Wisconsin primary.
Dozens of toilet-clogging incidents have been reported in the last three years.
High schooler Nat Werth had planned to criticize "outdated, mistranslated, or misinterpreted" biblical stances on homosexuality in his graduation speech.
Licensed nurse Alisha Newman, suspected of suffering from Munchausen syndrome by proxy, made her daughter have a pacemaker fitted, among other needlessly risky procedures.
"The sign says 'no firearms or weapons beyond this point,'" Stubbs said. "It was very visible, on my door."
Wisconsin Democrat Shelia Stubbs posted a sign outside her office banning firearms, but her Republican colleague didn't pay it much attention.
A National Farmers Union executive and Wisconsin dairy farmer ridiculed Trump's ongoing trade war with China, warning of increased financial stress and suicides among U.S. farmers.
At least three states including Nebraska, Iowa and Wisconsin have declared states of emergency in the wake of historic flooding and blizzard conditions caused by the "bomb cyclone."
The storm was expected to begin as early as Friday night in the Midwest and Central Plains.
"The district needs to take action to make the schools a safe place for all students."
Police tracked the suspect to his daughter's hockey game in Wisconsin, where they retrieved his used napkin from a trash can.
Winter storm warnings remain in effect across Burnett and Douglas Counties.
The man asked her to send "clear video evidence" of her being sexually assaulted, prosecutors claim.
Wind chills as low as -50 Fahrenheit were forecast in the Wisconsin town Tuesday night.
The 13-year-old from Barron County, Wisconsin, spent 88 days in captivity before successfully escaping.
The suspect, Jake Thomas Patterson, is being held on $5 million bail.