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WASHINGTON — The Trump administration came into office looking to dismantle Barack Obama's health care law, but the Affordable Care Act survived. Now the administration is on the hook to deliver a smooth ending to sign-up season, with a crush of customers expected this week. For millions of eligible consumers time runs out on Friday.
Packers rally to stun winless Browns 27-21 in overtime
CLEVELAND — The Green Bay Packers came back to set the stage for Aaron Rodgers' comeback. Brett Hundley threw a 25-yard touchdown pass to Davante Adams in overtime as the Packers rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the fourth quarter for a 27-21 win on Sunday over the Cleveland Browns, who remain winless. Cleveland fell to 0-13 and made too many crucial mistakes to break into the win column.
Heisman 2018: Herbert, Taylor, Fitzgerald could make a run
There will be no returning winner, with Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield becoming the first senior to win the award since 2006. Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, the 2016 winner and a finalist this year, is a junior likely to jump to the NFL. The most likely finalist to return is Stanford running back Bryce Love, though he also is a junior who could declare for the NFL draft.
Wisconsin school grows crops in hydroponics system Lisbon ‘interested’ in 150-acre development
PLYMOUTH — Students at a private school in eastern Wisconsin are growing their own food for lunch in the school's cafeteria. The hydroponics system at St. John Lutheran School in Plymouth is part of a pilot program through the nonprofit Feeding America, USA Today Network-Wisconsin reported. The system is kept in a large plastic shell and was installed about a month ago. Nutrient-rich water is cycled through the system and enables growth without the need for soil. TOWN OF LISBON — Plan commissioners are willing to consider a proposed 150-acre residential and commercial development located along Highway 164 between Good Hope Road and Jay Lane, north of the Sussex border.
However, town officials and the developer are concerned there might not be enough sewage treatment capacity to serve the development as proposed.
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Walker to sign bill lifting mining moratorium
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Wisconsin student moves forward after brother's death Packers fans create shrine to team in basement
LA CROSSE — George Miller was the best big brother Joye Miller could ask for. He was always looking out for her, the Central High School senior said, and making sure she was doing all right at home or at school. They would joke around, goof off, and he was the life of any family get-together. Now those holidays and family celebrations are much quieter. Joye Miller lost her brother two years ago. KENOSHA — John Basel and Michelle Basel call their basement "The Shrine." The Basels, who reside in the Forest Park neighborhood, have turned their basement into a football fan's dream with a 12-foot projection screen, tiered stadium seating, a bar, buffet areas and even a collectibles section. It's taken about eight years to complete.

 



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Will misconduct scandals make men wary of women at work?
NEW YORK — Some women, and men, worry the same climate that's emboldening women to speak up about sexual misconduct could backfire by making some men wary of female colleagues. Forget private meetings and get-to-know-you dinners. Beware of banter. Think twice before a high-ranking man mentors a young female staffer.

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Tours to eliminate 2-shot scorecard error for reviews
Players no longer will be penalized two shots for an incorrect scorecard if they were not aware of a rules violation when they signed their card. The USGA and R&A also will no longer respond to most TV viewers' calls during the tournament. The changes are part of a local rule effective Jan. 1.

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Wisconsin Goodwill finds WWII veteran's historic documents
APPLETON — An employee at a Goodwill outlet store in eastern Wisconsin retrieved a three-ring binder from the store's sorting area that was packed with historic documents.

Wisconsin governor to sign bill lifting mining moratorium
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign a bill lifting Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining. The Republican governor is scheduled to sign the "Mining for America" bill Monday in Rhinelander.

Court: 'Making a Murderer' defendant's confession stands
CHICAGO - A federal appeals court in Chicago narrowly overturned a ruling Friday that could have freed a Wisconsin inmate featured in the "Making a Murderer" series from prison, though one dissenting judge called the case "a profound miscarriage of justice." 

Partisan divide deepens over Walker investigation
MADISON - The deep partisan divide over a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall reignited this week after the release of a Department of Justice investigative report that said those who seized personal emails from scores of Republicans and didn't keep them secure should be held in contempt. 

Walker outlaws soliciting sexual photos of children
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker has signed a Republican bill that makes soliciting sexually explicit photographs from children illegal.

Evers' allies try to block WILL lawsuit in Madison court
MADISON - Wisconsin public schools Superintendent Tony Evers' allies want a Madison judge to reaffirm that Evers doesn't need Republican Gov. Scott Walker's permission to write regulations.

Wisconsin milling company will fight explosion citations
MADISON - A Wisconsin milling company will challenge at least some of the citations federal regulators filed against it following a fatal plant explosion earlier this year.

UW regents approve new online degree oversight
MADISON — University of Wisconsin System leaders have approved President Ray Cross' proposal to bring an associate degree program under control of a four-year institution rather than system administration.  

Democratic lawmaker on sex misconduct charges: 'It happened'
MILWAUKEE — The Democratic state lawmaker accused of kissing two women against their wishes is admitting for the first time that he did what they alleged. Milwaukee Rep. Josh Zepnick tells WTMJ-TV in a Wednesday interview that "It happened and I regret it and it wasn't intended to cause anybody any harm."

Wisconsin state senator's accuser torn on complaint release
MADISON — A former legislative aide who accused then-state Sen. Spencer Coggs of sexual harassment eight years ago says she's torn over whether lawmakers should release sexual misconduct complaints.  

Milwaukee crossing guard struck by hit-and-run driver dies
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a 71-year-old crossing guard has died after he was struck by a hit-and-run driver last month.

Walker supports Trump's declaring Jerusalem as capital
MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is backing President Donald Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Islamic advocacy group sues over workplace prayer
GREEN BAY — An Islamic advocacy group is suing a Wisconsin manufacturer, alleging it failed to accommodate 19 Muslim employees who wanted to take prayer breaks during work time.

Wisconsin man sentenced to 11 years in Texas child sex sting
HOUSTON — Prosecutors say a Wisconsin man must serve 11 years in federal prison for traveling to Texas with the intention of having sex with a 4-year-old girl.

Partisan divide deepens over Walker investigation
MADISON, Wis. — The deep partisan divide over a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall reignited this week after the release of a Department of Justice investigative report that said those who seized personal emails from scores of Republicans and didn't keep them secure should be held in contempt. 

Former Democratic lawmaker Roys running for governor
MADISON — Kelda Helen Roys, who worked in the private sector the past five years after a failed run for Congress following two terms in the state Assembly, is joining the crowded Democratic field for Wisconsin governor.  

 

 
 
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