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Milwaukee woman, 18, facing 2nd DUI charge 
after leading deputies on 100 mph chase

Today, December 1 in
1961 Cuban leader Fidel Castro declared in a nationally broadcast
speech that he was a Marxist-Leninist and that he was going to
lead Cuba to communism. 
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___________________________________________________ An INTERNATIONAL BONEHEAD AWARD has been earned by Marissa Lucero, 18, Milwaukee, Wisconsin Milwaukee woman, 18, facing 2nd DUI charge after leading deputies on 100 mph chase The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office tells FOX6 News an 18-year- old Milwaukee woman was arrested for her second OWI offense early Tuesday morning, Nov. 27. Officials say Marissa Lucero led deputies on a chase reaching speeds of 100 mph. According to the sheriff's office, just after midnight deputies tracked a vehicle traveling on I-43 going 71 in a 50 mph zone. Authorities attempted to stop the vehicle, but it did not stop. A chase ensued and officials say the fleeing driver reached speeds in excess of 100 mph and veered through traffic. After exiting at Capitol Drive, officials say the vehicle struck a curb and damaged a front tire and axle. It came to a stop on a median near Messmer High School. The chase wasn't over. Lucero can be seen making a run for it just as backup arrives. Law enforcement can be seen giving chase. Lucero was captured by deputies and arrested. While leading Lucero back to the squad car, emotions took over. Lucero can be heard screaming for her mother over and over. Deputies found a half bottle of vodka on the front passenger floor of the vehicle she crashed. Two deputies received minor injuries in the chase. The sheriff's office says this is Lucero's second OWI offense -- with a previous arrest in May of this year. Lucero was not allowed to be behind the wheel due to the previous conviction. According to the sheriff's office, Lucero faces felony charges of Vehicle Operator Flee/Elude an Officer, 2nd Degree Recklessly Endangering Safety, and Resisting/Obstructing an Officer-Causing Soft Tissue Injury. Lucero will also receive a misdemeanor charge of Operating After Revocation-OWI-related, citations for speeding, and Refuse to Submit to Intox/Blood. If convicted on all charges, Lucero faces up to 20 years and nine months in prison. Lucero's bail has been set at over $6,000, so that she can afford to have another dingbat malfunction by the time she goes to court.
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A bus of politicians is driving by a farm where a man lives alone. The bus driver, caught up in the beautiful scenery, loses control and crashes into the ditch. The man comes out and finding the politicians, buries them. The next day, the police are at the farm questioning the man. "So you buried all the politicians?" asked the police officer. "Were they all dead?" The man answered, "Some said they weren't, but you know how politicians lie." ___________________________________________________ Daily tip from Buying Winter Clothes Now is a great time of year to get good deal on winter clothing as stores make space for spring apparel. You can also find deep discounts on ski and snowboarding equipment in the next couple months. 8 Tip provided by ____________________________________________________
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Today December 2 in
1804 Napoleon was crowned emperor of France at the Cathedral of
Notre Dame in Paris. 

1816 The first savings bank in the U.S., the Philadelphia Savings
Fund Society, opened for business. 

1823 U.S. President James Monroe outlined his doctrine opposing
European expansion in the Western Hemisphere. 

1901 Gillette patented the KC Gillette Razor. It was first razor
to feature a permanent handle and disposable double-edge razor

1917 During World War I, hostilities were suspended on the
eastern front. 

1927 The Ford Motor Company unveiled the Model A automobile. It
was the successor to the Model T. 

1939 New York's La Guardia Airport began operations as an
airliner from Chicago landed at 12:01 a.m. 

1942 A self-sustaining nuclear chain reaction was demonstrated by
Dr. Enrico Fermi and his staff at the University of Chicago. 

1954 The U.S. Senate voted to condemn Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy for
what it called "conduct that tends to bring the Senate into
dishonor and disrepute." The censure was related to McCarthy's
controversial investigation of suspected communists in the U.S.
government, military and civilian society. 

1961 Cuban leader Fidel Castro declared in a nationally broadcast
speech that he was a Marxist-Leninist and that he was going to
lead Cuba to communism. 

1969 The Boeing 747 jumbo jet got its first public preview as 191
people flew from Seattle, WA, to New York City, NY. Most of the
passengers were reporters and photographers. 

1970 The Environmental Protection Agency began operations. 

1980 The Central Committee of Polandís Communist Party announced
major Politburo changes. The changes were aimed at coping with
labor unrest. 

1982 Doctors at the University of Utah implanted a permanent
artificial heart in the chest of retired dentist Barney Clark. He
lived 112 days with the device. The operation was the first of
its kind. 

1988 Benazir Bhutto was sworn in as prime minister of Pakistan. 

1989 V.P. Singh was sworn in as prime minister of India. 

1990 Chancellor Hekmut Kohl's coalition won the first free all-
German elections since 1932. 

1990 The Midwest section of the U.S. prepared for a massive
earthquake predicted by Iben Browning. The earthquakes did not

1992 Germany's lower house of parliament voted in favor of the
Maastricht Treaty on European unity. 

1993 The space shuttle Endeavor blasted off on a mission to fix
the Hubble Space Telescope. 

1994 The U.S. government agreed not to seek a recall of allegedly
fire-prone General Motors pickup trucks. A deal was made with GM
under which the company would spend more than $51 million on
safety and research. 

1995 NASA launched a U.S.-European observatory on a $1 billion
dollar mission intended to study the sun. 

1997 U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno declined to seek an
independent counsel investigation of telephone fund-raising by
President Clinton and Vice President Gore. She had concluded that
they had not violated election laws. 

1998 Microsoft Corp. chairman Bill Gates donated $100 million to
help immunize children in developing countries. 

1999 The British government transferred political power over the
province of Northern Ireland to the Northern Ireland Executive. 

2001 Enron Corp. filed for Chapter 11 reorganization. The filing
came five days after Dynegy walked away from a $8.4 billion
buyout. It was the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history. 

2010 NASA announced the discovery of a new arsenic-based life

2018  smiled.

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