Police lights(Photo: File)

Bradford High School, located at 3700 Washington Road in Kenosha, is on lockdown after a student stabbed another student Tuesday morning, according to the Kenosha Police Department.

Kenosha Police responded to the situation at the school at approximately 8:25 a.m. A Kenosha Police School Resource Officer, who was at the school, intervened and took the suspect into custody.

The school is in a soft lockdown and there are no further threats to students, staff or the community surrounding Bradford High School. Police recovered the weapon that was used in the incident.

Kenosha Police are currently at the school investigating the situation. No details were released on the status of the suspect or the victim.

Firefighters worked to contain a brush fire Saturday.(Photo: Submitted by Tad Dukehart)

Low humidity, warm temperatures and winds blowing in from the south could spark wildfires, the National Weather Service warned.

With the spring green-up not yet finished and plenty of dried grass and leaves still on the ground, near critical fire conditions are expected today in southeastern Wisconsin as well as south central and central parts of the state. The weather service cautions people not to burn outside.

Temperatures are expected to warm into the upper 60s and lower 70s in the Milwaukee area this afternoon while relative humidity levels dip down to 20% to 30%. Winds from the south and southeast will increase to 10 to 20 mph.