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MADISON, Wis. — A Wisconsin milling company should pay $1.8 million in fines for failing to prevent a fatal plant explosion earlier this year, federal labor officials announced Friday. The Didion Milling Co. corn processing plant in Cambria exploded on May 31, killing five workers and injuring 12 more, including an employee who had to have both legs amputated after the blast sent a railroad car crashing down on him.
D-II Concordia-St. Paul shocks Milwaukee 69-55
MILWAUKEE — Bryndan Matthews scored 20 points, Cody Carlson had a perfect night shooting and Division II Concordia-St. Paul used a scorching first half to stun Milwaukee 69-55 on Friday night. Carlson finished with 18 points, making all seven of his shots with four 3-pointers for the Golden Bears (2-2). The Panthers (2-1) were coming off a 74-56 win over Iowa State. The Golden Bears shocked Milwaukee with a 21-3 run to close the first half, including the last 14 points, to take a 47-25 lead. 

 

No. 19 Michigan poses toughest test yet for No. 5 Wisconsin
MADISON — A Big Ten game with high stakes may be decided in the trenches. No. 19 Michigan's defensive front can swarm a backfield. No. 5 Wisconsin's offensive line likes to push people around, and it's only getting better with each game. The Wolverines (8-2, 5-2, CFP No. 24) would love to shove the undefeated Badgers (10-0, 7-0, CFP No. 5) out of the College Football Playoff picture with a win on Saturday at Camp Randall Stadium.
Wisconsin elections head says reduced staff poses risks Farrow signs 2018 county budget
MADISON — The head of Wisconsin elections wants the Legislature to approve hiring three additional staff, with two focused on bolstering security following news that the state's voting systems were targeted by Russian hackers. A 28 percent reduction in staff since 2015 weakened the ability of elections workers to address voter safety and eroded fulfilling all other state and federal law requirements, Wisconsin Elections Commission Administrator Michael Haas said in a memo released Friday. 

WAUKESHA — Accompanied by supervisors from Waukesha’s County Board, County Executive Paul Farrow signed the 2018 county budget on Friday afternoon. The 2018 budget was also unanimously passed by the County Board on Tuesday. The budget lowers the county tax rate for the fourth consecutive year, while falling $200,000 under the state revenue cap and investing in public safety and economic development.
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Common Council to review agreement with WisDOT about West Waukesha Bypass upkeep

Former Wisconsin prisons secretary penning tell-all book Milwaukee unveils blueprint to prevent violence in the city
MADISON— A former Wisconsin prisons secretary said Friday that he's writing a tell-all book about how the investigation into abuse at the state's youth prison was botched and how difficult life was inside Gov. Scott Walker's Cabinet. Ed Wall said he's written five chapters of the book so far and is planning 25 more chapters. He hasn't hired an agent yet and doesn't have a publication date, but he said the book will focus on how politicians don't care about anything but themselves. MILWAUKEE — The city of Milwaukee has unveiled a comprehensive plan that takes a public health approach to lowering violence by focusing on its causes and modeling strategies used in other cities. The city's Office of Violence Prevention spearheaded the creation of the plan, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported . It's organized around six broad goals: stop the shooting; promote healing and restorative justice; support children, youth and families; promote economic opportunity; foster safe and strong neighborhoods; and strengthen the coordination of violence prevention efforts.


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Derided by critics, trickle-down economics gets another try
WASHINGTON — Does money roll downhill? In their drive to cut taxes, President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans are betting it does. Behind their legislation is a theory long popular among conservatives: Slash taxes for corporations and rich people, who will then hire, invest and profit — and cause money to trickle into the pockets of ordinary Americans. 

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Defense lawyer calls witness at FIFA bribery trial 'liar'
NEW YORK — A lawyer for one of three South American soccer officials charged in the FIFA bribery scandal labeled a key witness at their U.S. trial a "serial liar" on Friday over accusations that his client used hand gestures in court to threaten the witness. 

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Secret Mask by Rick ChafeThe Secret Mask
George and his father, Ernie, haven’t spoken for years, but suddenly George is asked to help Ernie cope with the aftermath of a stroke. Ernie struggles to regain language and memory, as George tries to overcome his long-hurt feelings, caring for a stranger he once called Dad. Each man must make sense of the past while facing an uncertain, newly-entwined future – a moving parable of prodigal fathers and sons.

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Wisconsin ex-doctor acquitted of over-prescribing narcotics
GREEN BAY — A jury has acquitted a former Manitowoc doctor of over-prescribing narcotic painkillers.

Attorney in 'Making A Murderer' case files notice of appeal
MANITOWOC — An attorney for a Wisconsin man convicted of homicide in a case featured on the Netflix series "Making A Murderer" has filed a notice of appeal after getting no response from a judge she asked to reconsider a prior ruling against a new trial.

Groups challenge dairy industry lawsuit settlement
MADISON — A number of groups are challenging a settlement the state Department of Natural Resources reached over large livestock farm regulations.

Wisconsin Democratic Party names new executive directors
MADISON — The Wisconsin Democratic Party has named two new executive directors to lead operations of the party heading into the 2018 election.

Avery attorney wants judge to reconsider denial of new trial
MANITOWOC — An attorney for a Wisconsin man convicted of homicide in a case featured on the Netflix series "Making A Murderer" is again asking a judge to reconsider a prior ruling rejecting a request for a new trial.

Wisconsin tribe asks federal officials to probe teen's death
MADISON — A northern Wisconsin tribe wants federal officials to investigate why a sheriff's deputy shot and killed a teenager on the tribe's reservation.

Wisconsin DNR names 240 new waters as impaired
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has named 240 new waterways as impaired, which means they need plans for reducing pollution.

Wisconsin businessman creates fund for solar energy
EDGERTON — A Wisconsin businessman has created a fund that awards grants to nonprofits trying to move toward solar energy.

Omro couple charged in online sex scam targeting neighbor
OSHKOSH — A man and woman from Omro are facing felony charges after they were accused of setting up an online sex ad that had men showing up at their neighbor's doorstep.

5 juveniles arrest, 7 injured in chase crash
MILWAUKEE  — Five juveniles, including a 12-year-old, are in custody following a police chase and crash that injured seven people in Milwaukee.

Waukesha schools put on lockout after nearby gun report
WAUKESHA — Police say three Waukesha schools were put on lockout after a report of someone with a gun in a nearby yard.

Walker udderly uninterested in ending 'America's Dairyland'
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker thinks the push to replace "America's Dairyland" on Wisconsin's license plates is udderly ridiculous.

Democratic governor candidate Flynn favors legalizing pot
MADISON -  Democratic candidate for governor Matt Flynn says if Wisconsin voters want to legalize marijuana, he's all for it.

MillerCoors to build service center
MILWAUKEE — The parent company of MillerCoors is expanding its Milwaukee footprint with a business service center to support its operations in North America.

Medical examiner, legislator announce bid for Senate seat
MADISON — Another Republican legislator as well as a Democratic medical examiner plan to run for an open state Senate seat representing northwestern Wisconsin.

Wisconsin Christmas tree coming from Town of Emery
MADISON — The Christmas tree that will be on display in the Wisconsin state Capitol this year is coming from the Town of Emery, about 220 miles north of Madison.

Driver dies after being shot, crashing into Milwaukee house
MILWAUKEE — Police say a man who was shot while driving in Milwaukee crashed his vehicle into a house. Authorities say the 23-year-old victim was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash about 1 a.m. Monday.

Walker says Alabama Senate candidate Moore should step aside
MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is joining the growing chorus of Republicans who are calling for Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore to step aside amid more allegations he had sexual contact with teenage girls in the 1970s.

Wisconsin cattle drive scrubbed after cows wander into field
LEBANON — A weekend cattle drive planned for southern Wisconsin was scrubbed after cows began wandering into a soybean field.

 

 
 
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