Top stories for the week of May 27

MILWAUKEE - The week was full of wild weather, but two traffic incidents and an inappropriate teacher-student relationship were also important in the news for the week.

  • Woman killed on I-43 walked into traffic. The State Patrol says Katherine Weiss got out of her SUV and started walking on the interstate. Read the full story

  • Messmer parents, students, school react to teacher accused of sex assault. Some Messmer students who recently heard about the allegations involving science teacher Megan Garland can't believe they are happening. Read the full story

  • Storms rumble through Southeastern Wisconsin. Heavy clouds and severe weather warnings blanketed our region Thursday night. See your photos through iContribute. Kristy Piszczek

  • Wisconsin Voter ID law ruled constitutional. A state appeals court says a law requiring voters to show photo identification at the polls is constitutional. Read the full story

  • Truck crashes into bridge on U.S. 45, damaging structure. A forklift slammed into a bridge over Highway 45 and Wisconsin Avenue Bridge, sending chunks of concrete flying. The concrete hit three cars, and the freeway shut down for hours while crews got it cleaned up.Read the full story

  • Chief Keef's rap sheet too hot for Milwaukee club. The reputation of Chicago rapper Keith "Chief Keef" Kozart caught up with him earlier in the week, costing the performer a gig scheduled Saturday for a local club. Read the full story

  • 10 rival cities and their foods Wisconsin sports fans could boycott. Would you stop eating Chicago style hot dogs, Italian beef or pizza on Packers-Bears week? Here's a lot of things you could choose to give up in support of our local teams on rivalry week. Read the full story Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

  • Four young children allegedly held hostage in Town of Burlington. Four young children are safe after being held captive for hours in a Burlington basement. The man accused of terrorizing a family, and the entire neighborhood, is the ex-boyfriend of the children's mother. Read the full story

  • 22 Oklahoma dogs brought to Milwaukee for adoption after tornado. The Wisconsin Humane Society has opened their doors to 22 dogs and puppies that are in need of a loving home after an EF-5 tornado ripped through Moore, Oklahoma. Read the full story Wisconsin Humane Society

  • 65 ways to celebrate Wisconsin's 165th birthday. From cheese to beer, from Packers to Brewers, Badgers and more, check out 65 different ways you can mark the 165th anniversary of Wisconsin becoming a state. Read the full story