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AUSTIN, Texas — Federal courts have reined in strict voter ID laws in Texas and Wisconsin, while a legal battle continues to rage over North Carolina's rules mandating showing identification at the polls — even after lawmakers there took pre-emptive steps to soften them.
Liriano strikes out 13, Pirates top Brewers 5-3

PITTSBURGH — Francisco Liriano took another step toward putting his season-long control issues behind him, striking out 13 to lead the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night. Liriano (6-9) gave up three runs and four hits in 6 2/3 innings and didn't issue a walk for just the second time in 19 starts. The left-hander entered the game having issued a major-league high 62 base on balls this season.

Packers apply to host NFL draft in '19, '20 or '21
GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers would like to host the NFL draft. The Packers have applied to host the draft in 2019, 2020 or 2021, team president Mark Murphy said. He told attendees at the team's annual shareholders meeting Thursday that the league views the draft as an event that can move around the country annually, similar to the Super Bowl. The last two drafts were held in Chicago.
Wisconsin delegates disappointed in Cruz, await Trump Dickten Masch Plastics celebrates anniversary

MADISON — Wisconsin delegates at the Republican National Convention said Thursday they are disappointed that Texas Sen. Ted Cruz stopped short of endorsing Donald Trump, a move that resulted in a cascade of boos and brought to light ongoing divisions in the party as leaders call for unity. Cruz urged Republicans on Wednesday night to "vote your conscience," a message at odds with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's speech, in which he called for support of Trump in order to defeat Democrat Hillary Clinton. It also largely overshadowed the keynote speech from Trump's vice presidential nominee, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

NASHOTAH — Seventy-five years ago, an immigrant by the name of Erich Dickten came to Milwaukee and worked as a tool and die maker. Now, years later, his story can be seen as an example of the American dream being fulfilled. Dickten, a native of Germany, and his friend, Al Masch, opened their own small tool and die shop in Milwaukee in 1941. A few years later, Dickten and Masch became involved in the plastic injection molding business.
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Muskego to receive $500,000 for redeveloping former Parkland Mall
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New job numbers show improvement in June
>>Japanese company to buy Joy Global for $3.7 billion
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Board determines VA doctor's practices likely unprofessional Sweltering heat, humidity settles into Wisconsin
MADISON — Wisconsin's Medical Examining Board determined that a former Tomah VA Medical Center doctor accused of overprescribing opiates likely engaged in unprofessional conduct — its second such finding and one that could eventually lead to him losing his medical license. Former chief of staff David Houlihan, who was nicknamed "candy man" by some patients for allegedly freely prescribing the painkillers, was fired from the Tomah hospital in November and has since set up a private psychiatry practice in La Crosse.

MADISON — Summer school programs were canceled and government cooling centers were designated as the hottest weather of the season settled into Wisconsin. The Madison Metropolitan School District closed all summer school programs Thursday because of the excessive heat warning issued by the National Weather. Not all the district's buildings have air conditioning.
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Storms rip through NW Wisconsin; 4 campers hurt

 



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Feds say health mergers would increase costs, threaten care 
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. government is suing to stop two major health insurance mergers, a move regulators say is needed to protect Americans from potential cost hikes and lower quality care. The Department of Justice said Thursday that the combinations of Aetna and Humana and Anthem and Cigna would hurt competition that restrains the price of coverage and reduce benefits, among other drawbacks.

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Rodgers and Nelson look to catch up in Packers camp
MILWAUKEE — Receiver Jordy Nelson is coming back from a knee injury. Running back Eddie Lacy slimmed down. Linebacker Clay Matthews is returning to a more familiar role. As for quarterback Aaron Rodgers, he dropped the cheese from his diet. It's what amounts to offseason drama for the Green Bay Packers, who enter training camp looking to reclaim the NFC North title and win a second Super Bowl with Rodgers under center.

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10 arrests in Madison after protesters block traffic
MADISON — Ten people have been arrested amid protests in Madison over police accountability after demonstrators blocked traffic and refused to move.

Authorities: Plane crash in northern Illinois city kills 1
PLAINFIELD, Ill. — A small plane crashed into a residential neighborhood in a northern Illinois city Thursday morning, killing the pilot and torching the side of a home.

Rep. Gwen Moore to speak at DNC
MADISON — U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore of Wisconsin is slated to address the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia next week.

Johnson campaign defends NATO in wake of Trump comments
MADISON — Republican Sen. Ron Johnson's campaign is once again distancing itself from Donald Trump. This time it's over comments Trump made suggesting that under his leadership the United States may not stick up for its allies under an attack from Russia.

Komatsu buying Joy Global in deal valued at about $3.7B
NEW YORK — Japan's Komatsu is buying mining equipment maker Joy Global in a deal worth about $3.7 billion. Komatsu makes construction, mining, industrial and military equipment.

Walker says Supreme Court appointee coming soon
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker says he will announce his appointment to the Wisconsin Supreme Court within days. Walker told WTMJ radio in an interview Thursday that he will name the successor to retiring Justice David Prosser either on Friday or early next week.

No charges for boys lost in mine
JUNEAU — Three teenage boys who spent a night lost in an abandoned mine in Dodge County won't face trespassing charges.

$4 million emergency funding granted for flood damage
MADISON — Federal transportation officials have released about $4 million in emergency funding to help repair flood-damaged roads in northern Wisconsin.

County administrator suspended for participating in rally
WAUSAU — Marathon County's top administrator has received a 30-day suspension without pay for attending a community rally in support of a Hmong teenager convicted of fatally stabbing another youth.

Wisconsin lottery sales up 1 percent last year
MADISON — Wisconsin's lottery sales and operating expenses have both increased over the past year, leading to a slight reduction in the amount of property tax relief for Wisconsin residents this year.

Laning: Bernie Sanders wants to help Democrats in Wisconsin
MADISON — The chair of the Wisconsin Democratic Party says Bernie Sanders has contacted her about campaigning in the state to help other candidates on the ballot.

State may purchase acreage once slated for nuclear plant
EAU CLAIRE — The state may purchase nearly 1,000 acres of land along the Lower Chippewa River in northwestern Wisconsin from Xcel Energy which once had plans to build a nuclear plant on the site.

Guard dispatched to help assess flooding damage
MADISON — Wisconsin National Guard members have been activated to help assess flood damage in northern Wisconsin.

Prosecutor won't charge Wisconsin deputy in fatal shooting
MADISON — A prosecutor says he won't charge a Wisconsin sheriff's deputy who killed a man during a drug investigation.

Home sales strongest in Wisconsin since 2005
MILWAUKEE — A new reports show home sales in Wisconsin for the first half of the year are the best they've been since 2005. The Wisconsin Realtors Association says sales of existing homes are up 5.5 percent from the same period last year. 

Court affirms decision blocking sand mine
MADISON — A state appeals court has affirmed a decision blocking a frack sand mine in western Wisconsin. The Mississippi Land Connection and Timber Company LLC and Wisconsin Bluff Sands LLC filed an application for a permit for a mine in the town of Waumandee in 2013.

2 men found dead after waves sweep them into Lake Michigan
SHEBOYGAN — Two men have been found dead after high waves swept them off an eastern Wisconsin pier into Lake Michigan.

 

 
 
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