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MADISON— A second former top official with Gov. Scott Walker's administration has endorsed his Democratic opponent and cut a video criticizing the Republican incumbent. The latest online ad , released Monday, features former Department of Financial Institutions Secretary Peter Bildsten blasting Walker as only caring about pleasing donors and calling for administration officials to dodge the open records law.
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Walker's use of state airplane increased since 2015
Gennett homers as Reds beat Brewers 9-7
MILWAUKEE — Scooter Gennett burned his former team in a big way Tuesday night. Gennett hit a tiebreaking solo homer with two out in the ninth, helping the Cincinnati Reds beat Milwaukee 9-7 and prevent the Brewers from gaining ground in the National League playoff race. Gennett drove a first-pitch slider from Dan Jennings (4-5) into the first row of the right-field bleachers.
Crews recover body of man swept away in Wisconsin flooding, tornado confirmed in Delavan
MADISON, Wis. — Searchers on Tuesday recovered the body of a man who was wrenched away from would-be rescuers during flash flooding that forced evacuations around Wisconsin's capital city and cut power to many homes. More than 11 inches (28 centimeters) of rain fell overnight in places in or around Madison, according to the National Weather Service.
Koch group spends $1.8 million in ads for Wisconsin's Walker Lang starts new calendar company
MADISON — A conservative advocacy group funded by the billionaire Koch brothers is launching a $1.8 million ad buy for Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker. Americans for Prosperity-Wisconsin announced the TV, cable and digital ad buy on Tuesday. It's the latest in a series of seven-figure ad buys in the race that pits the Republican Walker against the state schools chief, Democrat Tony Evers.
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Democrats defend Evers with new ads in governor's race
>>Baldwin launches first attack ad of general election

 

DELAFIELD — Robert Allen “Bob” Lang, the entrepreneur-developer whose Colonial-style architecture has become the signature of the downtown Delafield business district, has started a new calendar company. Sales of calendars produced by the Delafield Calendar and Box Company will begin Sept. 9 at the Antique Center of Wales, located one half mile east of the intersection of Highways 83 and 18.
>>Kohl's puts up big 2Q numbers, and gets punished
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Mequon reopens Town Center TIF
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Business owner launches ActionCOACH of Brookfield
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Town of Grafton reinstates home landscape businesses with modifications
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As the economy tanks and workers flee, Venezuela tries to restart a desperate country  Air pollution at 3M plant in Wisconsin under scrutiny again
CARACAS, Venezuela — Maria Celeste Molina warily pulled cash from a downtown ATM and stuffed the bolivars in her purse. Come tomorrow, she had no idea what they might buy. “I need the cash to travel tomorrow,” the 24-year-old university student said. “But I don’t know if there will be public transport or how much the new fares will be." WAUSAU — Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources is investigating air pollution at a 3M Corp. factory in Wausau  Records show that a pollution control device at the plant didn't operate for several hours on April 13, and that the Minnesota-based company didn't properly report some emissions in 2016 and 2017, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported .


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Microsoft uncovers more Russian attacks ahead of midterms
Microsoft said Tuesday it has uncovered new Russian hacking attempts targeting U.S. political groups ahead of the midterm elections. The company said that a hacking group tied to the Russian government created fake internet domains that appeared to spoof two American conservative organizations: the Hudson Institute and the International Republican Institute. Three other fake domains were designed to look as if they belonged to the U.S. Senate.

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WR trio will have to pick up slack at No. 4 Wisconsin
MADISON — The suspension of Quintez Cephus leaves Wisconsin without one of its top receivers for the foreseeable future. Cephus was charged with felony sexual assault Monday, accused of misconduct involving two women at his apartment last April. Cephus, a 20-year-old junior from Macon, Georgia, was suspended by the team shortly after he was charged by the Dane County district attorney with third-degree sexual assault and second-degree sex assault of an intoxicated victim.

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Much Ado About Nothing
Get ready for a delightful romp in the park with a timeless classic romantic comedy that will be fun for the whole family.  The West Bend Theatre Company presents an ‘80’s rendition of Shakespeare’s romantic comedy, Much Ado About Nothing, which features song and dance to classic tunes by Heart, David Bowie, Michael Jackson and more. 


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Final Game at Carl. M Kuss Memorial Field 08-07-18
Posted 08-09-17


July Photos of the Month 
Posted 08-09-18


COLUMNS Not Just a Walk In the Park 08-02-18
Posted 08-09-18


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Final game at Carl M. Kuss Memorial Field in West Bend
Posted 08-08-2018


Washington Co. Fair 2018, Day One
Posted 07-25-2018


Saukville Disabled Veterans Rifle Shoot
Posted 07-20-2018


Dirty Ninja Mud Run
Posted 07-16-2018

Independence Day
Posted 07-06-2018

Tour of America’s Dairyland race series in West Bend
Posted 06-26-2018
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Warnings issued for strong waves, currents on Lake Michigan
CHICAGO — Officials are warning Lake Michigan beachgoers and boaters about dangerous waves and strong currents and have issued warnings for most of the lake's shoreline in the coming days.

Milwaukee sheriff: Officers didn't make video racial comment
MILWAUKEE  — Milwaukee County Sheriff Richard Schmidt says it wasn't a law officer who made a racially charged comment during a weekend traffic stop that was caught on video.

Swimmer missing in Lake Michigan, another swimmer injured
PORT WASHINGTON — Authorities say a man from the Milwaukee area is missing after he went swimming with a group in Lake Michigan.

Federal officials pledge readiness for pipeline spills
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Federal officials said Monday they were prepared to act quickly if oil pipelines in a sensitive Michigan waterway leak, drawing a skeptical response from a U.S. senator who said the handling of a suspected anchor strike last spring exposed flaws in the system.

19-year-old man fatally shoots self at Wisconsin gun range
DARLINGTON — A 19-year-old man is dead after apparently shooting himself at a gun range in southwestern Wisconsin.

Police arrest 74-year-old man in Waunakee fatal shooting
WAUNAKEE — A 74-year-old man is jailed on suspicion he shot and killed a neighbor in his apartment complex in Waunakee.

Wisconsin confirms first human West Nile case of the year
MADISON - Wisconsin has recorded its first human cases of West Nile virus this year.

Groups ask UW-Madison to require meningitis B vaccine
MADISON - Immunization groups and the mother of a student who died from bacterial meningitis are urging the University of Wisconsin-Madison to require the meningitis B vaccine.

Lightning strike sends Wisconsin radio host to hospital
EAU CLAIRE - A Wisconsin sports talk radio host had a good reason when listeners heard dead air this week: He'd just been struck by lightning.

Wisconsin buildings destroyed by explosion to be removed
MADISON - Buildings destroyed by a natural gas explosion in Wisconsin will be removed at the end of the month.

Heavy rains swamp section of I-43, strand several motorists
MILWAUKEE - Heavy rains that flooded a section of Interstate 43 in the Milwaukee area left several motorists stranded.

Milwaukee city leaders taking steps after rash of homicides
MILWAUKEE - City leaders in Milwaukee are taking steps to try to reduce violence after a rash of homicides in the past couple of weeks.

Bus driver comforts child who had wandered off from home
MILWAUKEE — A bus driver took action when she saw a little girl standing in the street in a T-shirt and underwear.

Judge denies deadbeat dad's estate claim
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee County judge says a man who abandoned his child at age 5 is not entitled to collect any money from a settlement in his son's wrongful death 20 years later.

Funding awarded to help control Great Lakes nutrient runoff
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Great Lakes Commission says it will divide nearly $900,000 among seven local organizations to help cut runoff of sediment, nutrients and other water pollutants.

Biden endorses Kaul in Wisconsin attorney general race
MADISON — Former Vice President Joe Biden is endorsing Democrat Josh Kaul in Wisconsin's attorney general race.

Man accused of sex trafficking in 9 states
APPLETON — A man accused of sex trafficking in nine states is jailed in eastern Wisconsin. Investigators say they have evidence 39-year-old Glenwood Brown was prostituting women across the country for years, including two in the Fox Valley.  

Big question for Wisconsin Senate race focuses on megadonor
MADISON — A week after accusing a billionaire donor of attempting to buy a Wisconsin U.S. Senate seat, Republican nominee Leah Vukmir is now hoping to persuade the same Illinois businessman to open his wallet for her campaign against Democratic Sen. 

Conservative Hagedorn joins Wisconsin Supreme Court race
MADISON — Conservative state appeals court Judge Brian Hagedorn, the former chief legal counsel for Republican Gov. Scott Walker, launched his candidacy for Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday, setting up a contest with liberal-backed chief Appeals Court Judge Lisa Neubauer.  

Trump team predicts an economic boom, defying most analysts
WASHINGTON — Is the latest pickup in U.S. economic growth destined to slow in the years ahead as most analysts say?  

Trane union members ratify new deal, end strike in La Crosse
LA CROSSE — Union members at Trane Co. have approved a new deal that ends a four-day strike against the company in La Crosse.

Researchers look into Lake Superior algae bloom
DULUTH, Minn. — Scientists are investigating an unprecedented algae bloom in Lake Superior and have sent samples for lab testing to determine if it is toxic.

3 businesses damaged in downtown Waukesha fire
WAUKESHA -  Fire that may have started with a discarded cigarette damaged three downtown Waukesha businesses.

2 found guilty in Wisconsin pipeline protest case
SUPERIOR — Jurors have convicted two people of disorderly conduct and obstructing an officer following a protest at Enbridge Energy's Line 3 construction site in Wisconsin last summer.

Black schoolteacher beats longtime Wisconsin state lawmaker
MADISON— A black woman who campaigned on improving education defeated a longtime Democratic state lawmaker in Tuesday's primary to take his seat representing the northern swath of Milwaukee County.

US parents of missing man back from Slovenia with no clues
MADISON — A Wisconsin father says he cannot give up hope that his missing son will be found alive after disappearing seven weeks ago while vacationing in Slovenia.

Organizers: Madison police won't participate in Pride Parade
MADISON — Madison law enforcement groups won't be marching in the upcoming Pride Parade after receiving pushback from the LGBT community, according to the event's organizers.

Milwaukee police shoot, kill man on city's south side
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police have shot and killed a 48-year-old man on the city's south side.

Greenfield officer hurt in squad car rollover during chase
GREENFIELD — A Greenfield police officer is recovering after his squad car rolled over as he tried to stop a vehicle during a chase. 

 

 
 
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