TOMAHAWK - This weekend people in Tomahawk could try out several different soups from local restaurants, all in support of a good cause. Our Sisters House held the Super Soup Supper Soup Competition.
Six different restaurants participated in the competition, the winner got a Golden Ladle and bragging rights.
This year was the third year of the competition, but organizers decided to switch it up a bit this year.
"You're kind of skeptical on how good it's going to go when you try a different way of doing things," said Our Sisters' House Director Tina Elvins. "Because before it was free-will donation and now we're doing the $10 for all you can eat. So I'm actually really happy with how it's going, it's doing good."
All proceeds went to Our Sisters' House, which is a temporary homeless shelter in Tomahawk.
MADISON, WIS. (AP) - Madison officials say Federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents violated city policy by detaining at least six immigrants without letting police know ahead of time.
Madison Police Chief Mike Koval says the department has a working relationship with ICE, but the federal agency did not follow protocol. Koval says ICE has agreed to call the assistant police chief before making arrests in Madison. This time the agency called the Dane County Communications Center.
Koval says the arrests were made at separate workplaces and are not considered to be part of a raid. He says the community is in "hyper-warp distress mode."
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin says ICE told city officials the people arrested are believed to have committed serious crimes, but he does not know the specifics of the investigation.
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