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September 18, 2014

 
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Only 4 states will see
 cuts to food stamps
Group seeks recognition 
of Wisconsin gay marriages

WASHINGTON — Cuts to the nation's food stamp program enacted this year are only affecting four states, far from the sweeping overhaul that Republicans had pushed, an Associated Press review has found. As a result, it's unclear whether the law will realize the estimated $8.6 billion in savings over 10 years that the GOP had advertised.

 

MADISON — A civil rights group filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking recognition of Wisconsin gay couples who married in June after a judge temporarily blocked the state's ban on same-sex marriage. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit in February challenging the ban. U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb found the ban was unconstitutional in June and more than 500 gay couples rushed to get married. 

 

LB Matthews on the move 
on field with Packers
Wainwright shutout, 19th 
win as Cards beat Brewers

GREEN BAY — No matter how the Packers defense lines up, Clay Matthews is adamant that his top goal is to disrupt opponents and make big plays. It's just that Green Bay's best pass rusher these days may not be getting as much of a chance to do it close to the line, hovering around the same tight end or tackle on the edge play after play.

 

ST. LOUIS — With gruesome pictures of Giancarlo Stanton's smashed-up face all over the Internet, it's hard to forget what an errant pitch can do. Mike Fiers had no choice. "It's a different day, different team," he said.

 

Republicans file lawsuit 
over redesigned ballot
Richfield Piggly Wiggly to see major expansion
MADISON — Republican legislative leaders filed a lawsuit Wednesday seeking changes to the newly redesigned ballot for the November election, claiming the one drafted by the nonpartisan elections agency unfairly benefits Democrats.

RICHFIELD - Richfield’s Piggly Wiggly will undergo big changes before the year’s end. Fox. Bros. President Pat Fox said the grocery store, which the company opened in October 2011, will have an additional 6,000 square feet of space to the existing 33,000 square feet.
>>Tea party leader visits Wisconsin to challenge We Energies rate changes
>>County Finance Committee split on future of former HHS building

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Wisconsin drivers often 
uninhibited by citations
Walker, Burke tied in latest poll

APPLETON — Many Wisconsin drivers who lose their driving privileges continue to operate their vehicles and commit additional violations, state figures show. From January to June, there were more than 57,000 convictions for operating while suspended, without a valid license or after revocation, according to Wisconsin Department of Transportation data. 

 

MADISON — The race for Wisconsin governor couldn't be any closer with just seven weeks to go. The Marquette University Law School poll released Wednesday shows Republican Gov. Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke tied among registered voters.
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Happ, Schimel nearly even in AG race

 


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Kohl's holiday hiring to rise 15 pct
NEW YORK — Kohl's Corp. plans to hire more than 67,000 seasonal workers nationwide for the holiday shopping season, which the company said is a 15 percent increase over last year. The department store operator declined to specify how many seasonal workers it hired last year other than to say it was "more than 50,000."


TODAY IN SPORTS
Jets QB Smith shows poise when facing adversity
FLORHAM PARK, N.J. — The New York Jets had just seen a tying touchdown erased from the scoreboard by an ill-timed timeout call when Geno Smith and the offense huddled up again.

EVENTS


The Color Purple
Following the success of last year’s Ragtime, Mark Clements and his creative team reunite to bring you the hit musical based on Alice Walker’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel. This glorious musical saga, spanning four decades, tells the unforgettable story of a woman who finds the strength to triumph over adversity and discover her own unique voice in the world. 

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August Photos of the Month 
Posted 09-05-14


Menomonee Falls vs. Kettle Moraine Lutheran 08-27-14
Posted 09-05-14


Catholic Memorial vs. West Allis Central 08-28-14
Posted 09-05-14


VIDEOS



Max Schippers
Posted 09-18-2014


Bridal Bliss 2014 Expo
Posted 09-09-2014


The Ozaukee County Historical Society sponsored a Revolutionary War
re-enactment
Posted 09-05-2014


Cedarburg Police Dept. ALS ice
bucket challenge
Posted 09-04-2014

Volunteers and the lake sturgeon at Riveredge Nature Center
Posted 09-04-2014

 

First day of school - girl and her service dog at Decorah Elementary
Posted 09-03-2014


 
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Latest Wisconsin jobs numbers to be released
MADISON — The latest jobs numbers showing how well Wisconsin is doing creating jobs compared with other states is set to be released.

Wisconsin man pleads in dismemberment slaying
WAUSAU — A Wisconsin man has pleaded no contest to a homicide charge after being found competent to stand trial on charges of fatally shooting and dismembering a Minnesota man.

Wisconsin drivers experience delays due to trains
OSHKOSH — More rail traffic in Wisconsin is leading to more blocked railroad crossings, a trend affecting drivers across the state.

Ex-deputy gets 50 years prison in child sex case
ROCKFORD, Ill. — A former northern Illinois sheriff's deputy who investigated child pornography was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years in federal prison on charges involving sex with a minor.

Christie to campaign for Walker in Wisconsin
MADISON — New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is heading to Wisconsin later this month to campaign for fellow Republican Gov. Scott Walker.

Lawrence receives largest gift in school's history
APPLETON — Lawrence University in Appleton says it's received an anonymous $25 million donation to support scholarships — the largest gift in the school's history.

Divers search Kenosha Co. lake for missing boater
KENOSHA — Authorities are expected to resume their search for a missing boater on a Kenosha County lake.

Hail causes lasting damage for some apple growers
STURGEON BAY — The effects of hail storm in Door County two months ago are lasting. Apples are rotting on the branches at Fellner Orchards in the Town of Sevastopol, just north of Sturgeon Bay.

LED maker Cree files patent infringement suits
STURTEVANT — Cree Inc., a maker of energy-efficient lighting, has filed patent infringement lawsuits against two competitors.

Elections official calls GOP complaint 'absurd'
MADISON — Wisconsin's chief elections officer calls complaints by the state Republican Party over the newly redesigned ballot "absurd."

Packers event brings in 600 coats for needy kids
GREEN BAY — A Green Bay Packers charity event has brought in more than 600 winter coats to be donated to needy children.

Minnesota man charged with homicide in Wisconsin
HUDSON — A Minnesota man who called police to ask for help a passenger in his car who'd been shot has been charged in Wisconsin with first-degree intentional homicide.

Former Wisconsin teacher pleads guilty in sex case
STILLWATER — A Minnesota man who taught in a western Wisconsin high school has pleaded guilty to having sex with two female students.

Man arrested after dead cows found in Wisconsin
BARRON — Authorities say a 47-year-old western Wisconsin man was arrested after officials discovered 25 dead cows on his farm.

Wisconsin woman gets 9 months in jail for beating
CRANDON — One of four people charged with beating a Wisconsin man and leaving him in the woods to die has been sentenced to nine months in jail.

Experts predict fall color peak in Coulee Region
LA CROSSE — Wisconsin biologists are predicting vibrant fall foliage throughout the Coulee Region.

Charity ride benefits food pantries
GREEN BAY — A couple biking across Minnesota and Wisconsin arrived at Lambeau Field in time for Sunday's Green Bay Packers' game after leaving the site of the old Metrodome in Minneapolis seven days before.

Wisconsin historical site plans Halloween fest
MADISON — A southeastern Wisconsin historical site is planning a Halloween festival next month.

Wisconsin grape harvest starting slowly
MADISON — Wisconsin vineyards are beginning to gather their grapes, and growers say they've seen better harvests.

Report: Madison pot arrests higher for blacks
MADISON— Police in Madison arrest or cite blacks for marijuana offenses at about 12 times the rate they punish whites, according to data analyzed by the Wisconsin State Journal.

Wisconsin historical site plans Halloween fest
MADISON - A southeastern Wisconsin historical site is planning a Halloween festival next month.

 

 
 
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