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Weekend events are getting lucky with some good weather.
Smoke from Canadian wildfires has polluted the air in Wisconsin and many other Midwestern states.
"It's just like having smog or any other pollutant in the air that we don't normally have," said Dr. Mitchell Grayson, a pediatric asthma and allergy specialist at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin.
The people most at risk of having trouble are those who suffer from pulmonary and heart diseases.
"If you do have these problems, often times it will make your lungs contract, which makes it hard to breathe. It's almost like you can be suffocating because your lungs contract and tighten up on you."
There are steps that can be taken.
"The best thing you can do is stay indoors and try not to be overly active," said Grayson, "and just take it easy."
Grayson encourages people to listen to their doctor's instructions and take any medicine they may need.
People who do not have respiratory issues are usually not at risk.
ELK MOUND -- Elk Mound High School has run into some trademark issues over its new sports logo.
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WAUKESHA -- Big brother is always watching.
If you're looking for a different kind of family-friendly fun, head to Manitowoc this weekend.
MILWAUKEE -- A fire damaged two homes on Milwaukee's west side Friday.
Several law enforcement agencies are searching for two carjacking suspects.
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At least four sex offenders are living in one apartment-home in Waukesha. It has neighbors on-edge.
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Midwestern home improvement chain Menards announced Wednesday that it will stop selling a vinyl flooring that contains a toxic chemical by the end of the year.
The Milwaukee Bucks are trading away one of their inside players hours after picking up a major force in the paint for their team, multiple sources reported Thursday evening.
The UW system budget will be slashed by $125 million. UW-Milwaukee is taking the second largest hit.
MILWAUKEE -- The U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin is looking like a repeat of the same two candidates.
A construction accident forced dozens from their homes in Fond du Lac after crews hit a gas line Thursday afternoon.
Wisconsin Republicans moved within a step Thursday of banning non-emergency abortions at or beyond 20 weeks of pregnancy after the state Assembly approved the prohibition and sent the measure on to Gov. Scott Walker for his signature.
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death for young people ages 15-20.
As more young drivers get set to hit the road this summer, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin is trying to help them stay safe.
Deena Liska with Children's, and Debbie and Noah Larson, joined Live at Noon to talk about a program called "Hitting the Road."
Watch the video above for more.
MILWAUKEE -- There is help for young people looking for jobs in the Milwaukee community.