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Part of a train caught fire in West Allis Thursday, around 81st and National. Union Pacific said us the rear engine caught fire. It was put out quickly but the train was stuck for a couple hours. The train was run automatically so no one was on board.
RACINE - The staff at the Racine Zoological Society is going bananas for its birthday boy Max, a hybrid orangutan, who turned 27 years-old March 6. Zoo staff and guests watched as Max was presented with a special layer cake made from fruits, primate biscuits, and veggies. The layers were frozen and included a few extra goodies such as raisins, baby food, and canned pumpkin.