Top Milwaukee news: Men killed by suspected drunk drivers ID'd; Brewers cancel Arctic Tailgate; more

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Freezing cold forces Brewers to cancel Arctic Tailgate

There’s cold. There’s Arctic cold. And then there’s whatever is going on in Milwaukee cold. The Brewers have canceled a planned Arctic Tailgate that was scheduled for Friday due to Wisconsin’s falling temperatures.

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Streetcar derails, firefighters get it on track

Firefighters got a derailed Milwaukee streetcar back on track Thursday. The streetcar, known as The Hop, derailed on Milwaukee's east side. The car remained upright and appeared to be just slightly off the track.

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

Marquette dean, veteran identified as men killed by suspected drunk drivers in separate incidents

Two men struck and killed by suspected drunk drivers in Milwaukee have been identified as a military veteran who overcame homelessness and a Marquette University business school dean. The men were killed Tuesday night in separate incidents about a mile apart on the city's west side. 

Read the full story on Houston Chronicle.

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