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March 24, 2017

 
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WESTON A man angry after a domestic dispute opened fire in a Wisconsin bank, killing two longtime employees, then killed an attorney at a nearby law firm and a detective trying to set a perimeter outside an apartment complex before he was finally captured, police said. His wife was unhurt.
Wisconsin returns to Sweet 16 to face No. 4 seed Florida
NEW YORK No. 8 seed Wisconsin (27-9) vs. No. 4 seed Florida (26-8) Sweet 16, East region; New York; about 10 p.m. EDT (15 minutes after first game). BOTTOM LINE: The Badgers are back in the Sweet 16 for the fourth straight season after upsetting defending champion Villanova in the second round. Wisconsin lost five of six late in the regular season, but seniors Nigel Hayes and Bronson Koenig have sparked another successful March.
>>Walker, Scott place friendly bet on Wisconsin-Florida game
US Speedskating to hold long track trials in Milwaukee
KEARNS, Utah The United States will hold its Olympic long track speedskating trials at the Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee.  US Speedskating announced Thursday the trials are set for Jan. 2-7 in 2018 to determine the American team for the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Up to 20 athletes 10 men and 10 women could earn spots over 12 individual events and two team races.
Wisconsin Hospital Association critical of health care bill Signicast to be sold to North Carolina company Dynacast International
MADISON The head of the Wisconsin Hospital Association is urging Gov. Scott Walker to parlay his influence with the White House and his role as head of the Republican Governors Association to make significant changes to the health care overhaul bill that stalled Thursday due to lack of support. Hospital Association President Eric Borgerding outlined more than a dozen points of concern in a letter marked as hand-delivered to Walker on Monday.

 

HARTFORD One of the largest employers in Hartford and Washington County will soon be owned by a new company. Those involved with the deal say the acquisition of Signicast, headquartered in Hartford, to Dynacast International Inc., a North Carolina- based manufacturer of precision metal components, should be completed by the end of the month.
>>Mills Fleet Farm proposed for Pabst Farms
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Walker announces candymaker Haribo to build $242 million plant near Kenosha
>>Options dwindling for hotel stays during U.S. Open at Erin Hills
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Powerball ticket sold in Pewaukee wins $155 million jackpot Black Lives Matter groups joining forces with wage activists
MADISON A Powerball lottery ticket sold in Pewaukee has won the $155 million jackpot. Wisconsin lottery officials say the ticket matched all five numbers plus the Powerball in Wednesday's drawing. The winning numbers were 2, 9, 27, 29 and 42 with a Powerball of 9. The Power Play number was 2. The jackpot ticket is worth $155.2 million when paid out as an annuity, or $93.1 million as a lump sum cash payment. A cluster of Black Lives Matter groups and the organization leading the push for a $15-an-hour wage are joining forces to combine the struggle for racial justice with the fight for economic equality, just as the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. tried to do in the last year of his life. They are launching their first national joint action on April 4.


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Trumps plot big hotel expansion, but political problems loom
NEW YORK The Trump family is launching a new hotel chain in a bold expansion of a company that critics say is already too big and opaque for an enterprise whose owner sits in the Oval Office. The chain, called Scion, will feature the first Trump-run hotels not to bear the family's gilded name. 

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0More races, more friction in the future for F1
MELBOURNE, Australia The new owners of Formula One are planning to have more races and a greater presence in North America, and wouldn't mind revving up the ratings with some extra friction among drivers. Sean Bratches, the managing director of commercial operations for the Formula One Group formerly Liberty Media which took over the running of the sport in January, is already fielding offers from promotors wanting to buy in.

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9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 1, Waukesha County Expo Center, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha. 42 breeds of cats with specialty vendors. $6 adults; $4 for seniors and children. Discount coupon at catsofwisconsin.weebly.com.
 

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WIAA State Hockey Final 03-04-17
Posted 03-14-17


WIAA State Gymnastics Meet 03-04-17
Posted 03-14-17


Waupun vs. Ripon Sectional Semifinal 03-09-17
Posted 03-14-17


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Shopping Spree in Campbellsport
Posted 03-24-17


Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade 2017
Posted 03-20-17


Children at the wax museum in Erin
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University of Wisconsin band performs at Hartford Union High School
Posted 02-18-17

Iranian talk in West Bend
Posted 02-09-17

Common Sense Citizens of WC asks teacher compensation question of West Bend School Board candidates
Posted 02-09-17

 
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2nd baby co-sleeping death reported in Milwaukee in 24 hours
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee authorities are investigating the city's second death of a baby in a co-sleeping incident within 24 hours.

Milwaukee city worker fatally shot on the job identified
MILWAUKEE City officials and police in Milwaukee have identified a housing inspector who was shot and killed while on duty.

Wisconsin lawyer loses license over misuse of client funds
MADISON A Madison-area attorney has agreed to give up his law license after failing to keep records of his client trust account and possibly using client money over a period of several years.

Dispatcher fired over Trump wants $250,000 settlement
LA CROSSE A University of Wisconsin-La Crosse police dispatcher who says she was fired for supporting President Donald Trump's travel ban wants a six-figure settlement.

Tribe questions state review of Ho-Chunk expansion
MADISON An American Indian tribe is questioning why Gov. Scott Walker's administration isn't applying the same criteria to a northern Wisconsin casino expansion as it has for previous proposals. A state spokesman says they're not comparable situations.

Car fleeing police ends up on Wisconsin airport runway
OSHKOSH A police chase in the Oshkosh area has ended with the suspect driving his car onto an airport runway. The Wisconsin State Patrol tells WBAY-TV a trooper going north on Highway 41 on Tuesday noticed a couple of cars coming up fast behind him.

Evers mocks opponent in first ads of superintendent race
MADISON State Superintendent Tony Evers mocks his opponent Lowell Holtz in the first television ads of the race, referencing an alleged deal Holtz discussed designed to net him a personal driver and six-figure state job.

US surgeon pleads guilty after New Zealand crash kills 2
WELLINGTON, New Zealand A 63-year-old Wisconsin heart surgeon who was on vacation in New Zealand with his wife pleaded guilty to careless driving charges Tuesday after police say he caused an accident while attempting a U-turn on a coastal highway, killing two people and injuring four others.

Supreme Court seems divided in property rights dispute
WASHINGTON A divided Supreme Court struggled on Monday over a property rights dispute that could make it tougher for state and local governments to limit development in coastal areas.

Wolf-dog hybrids, horses seized in northern Wisconsin
CRANDON A northern Wisconsin woman is expected to face charges after 30 wolf-dog hybrids and 14 horses were seized from the Crandon area.

Police recover man's body from Sheboygan River
SHEBOYGAN Police have recovered a man's body from the Sheboygan River in Sheboygan. The Sheboygan County Dive Team helped recovered the body Sunday morning. 

Wisconsin Sen. Joe McCarthy re-enters national conversation
APPLETON Wisconsin Sen. Joe McCarthy and his crusade against alleged communists in the 1950s are back in the news nearly 60 years after his death.

La Crosse considers banning unlimited drink specials at bars
LA CROSSE The La Crosse City Council is considering banning "all you can drink" specials. The proposed ordinance would prohibit selling an unlimited amount of alcohol for a fixed price, selling three or more drinks for the price of one and contests involving alcohol.

Justices to hear property rights dispute over family's land
WASHINGTON The Supreme Court could make it tougher for state and local governments to limit development in coastal areas. Justices hear arguments Monday in a property rights case that involves a family's effort to sell part of its riverfront land in Wisconsin. 

Lautenschlager's son mulling attorney general run
MADISON Former Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager's son is mulling a run for his mother's old job. Josh Kaul said during a phone interview Friday that he's considering challenging current Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel next year.

 

 

 
 
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