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March 26, 2015

 
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Consultant: It's too soon for self-insurance in Wisconsin


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MADISON — It's not feasible to move to a self-insurance model for Wisconsin state employees next year, but such a change could save the state up to $70 million a year, a consultant said in a report delivered Wednesday. Gov. Scott Walker's administration has been eyeing moving from a competitive HMO model to self-insurance for roughly 240,000 state workers and family members since 2013.
Like home: Wisconsin back in California for NCAA regional

LOS ANGELES — Bo Ryan is trippin' about being back in the NCAA West Regional. First, the Wisconsin coach has the same man escorting him around that he did last year, when the Badgers won the regional in Anaheim. Then Ryan bumped into coach Sean Miller, whose Arizona team lost to the Badgers in a one-point overtime game to get to the Final Four.

 

UW president vows to 
resign if he can't shrink cuts

MADISON — University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross says he'll quit if he can't convince legislators to reduce a $300 million cut that Gov. Scott Walker wants to impose on campuses. Cross told faculty and students at UW-Milwaukee on Wednesday that he'll resign if he can't win substantial reductions in the cut and protect faculty tenure and academic freedom.

 

Wisconsin court candidate
 blames justice for dysfunction
Steaming Cup owners to retire, sell restaurant
MADISON — A judge looking to unseat Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Ann Walsh Bradley went on the offensive Wednesday, telling a civic group that Bradley has fostered dysfunction on the court, tried to advance a liberal agenda and wants to prevent democracy by opposing a plan that calls for the justices to elect their leader.

WAUKESHA - After 10 years, nine months and 24 days of owning popular downtown coffee and lunch spot The Steaming Cup, Kerry and Terry Mackay are ready to retire and hand over the reins to the next generation of coffee lovers. “I’ve had to go to too many funerals this year. And when you go to a lot of funerals at my age, you start to ‘If this were the last day of my life, am I doing what I want to be doing?’” Kerry Mackay said.
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>>Baldwin introduces oil train safety legislation
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Wisconsin trooper killed in 
shootout was new academy grad
Marine killed in plane crash was escorting construction crew
FOND DU LAC — A Wisconsin State Patrol trooper just three months out of the academy and working the first solo patrol of his "dream job" died in a shootout with a bank robbery suspect also believed to have killed a motorist.
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Authorities ID man believed killed by bank robbery suspect
YUMA, Ariz. — A U.S. Marine who was killed when a civilian plane struck his government truck was serving as an escort to a construction crew when the crash happened at an Arizona military base, federal investigators say.


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Toyota outlines growth architecture after lull from recalls
TOYOTA, Japan — Toyota Motor Corp. is ready to ramp up its growth again, emerging from an intentional soul-searching lull brought on by its massive global recall scandal that began in 2009.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Gomez uses offense and defense, leads Brewers
PHOENIX — Carlos Gomez led off the game with a home run, had three RBIs and made a sparkling catch in center field for the Milwaukee Brewers in a 9-9 tie with the Oakland Athletics on Wednesday.

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Beauty in Bloom
Step into a celebration of fashion, beauty, design, and flowers. A very special treat in 2015, presented in the spirit of the Museum’s annual Art in Bloom, this event struts in for four days, offering exciting new surprises. Beauty in Bloom will transform the Museum, showcasing the talents of regional floral artists and designers in a not-to-be-missed display.

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Shamrock Shuffle in Hartford 03-14-15
Posted 03-18-15


100th WIAA State Basketball Tournament 
Posted 03-18-15


Waukesha North vs. New Berlin Eisenhower 03-06-15
Posted 03-18-15


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Trinity Irish Dance at
Meadowbrook School
Posted 03-18-2015


Town of Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade
Posted 03-17-2015


Superintendent For The Day
Posted 03-12-2015

 


Parkview variety show
Posted 03-12-2015

Mequon-Thiensville School District referendum
Posted 03-12-2015

 

ProStart program in West Bend East and West High Schools
Posted 03-05-2015


 
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Milwaukee man killed by hit-and-run driver in blue minivan
MILWAUKEE — Authorities are seeking the public's help in identifying the driver of a blue minivan involved in a fatal hit-and-run crash in Milwaukee.

2 boys in stolen car killed in Milwaukee crash
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say two boys in a speeding stolen car were killed when the driver ran a stop sign and collided with another car.

Man charged with shooting at Milwaukee police officers
MILWAUKEE — A 27-year-old Milwaukee man is charged with attempted homicide after authorities say he shot at police investigating an apparent drug deal.

VA officials to testify at Senate about prescription policy
MADISON — A VA medical center in Tomah accused of rampantly overprescribing painkillers was expected to be a focus of a U.S. Senate hearing Thursday, with several Department of Veterans Affairs officials scheduled to testify.

Fees paid by barbers, boxing judges and nurses unchanged
MADISON — Fees paid by everyone from nurses to boxing judges in Wisconsin will not change over the next two years.

Unemployment up in most Wisconsin cities, counties
MADISON  — Unemployment is up in most major Wisconsin cities and counties between January and February. 

Federal appeals court says no dispute remains on voter ID
MADISON — A federal appeals court says that since Wisconsin does not plan to enforce a photo identification requirement for the April 7 election, it does not need to consider extending a judicial block to the law.

Fired Milwaukee officer to appeal dismissal
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee police officer who was fired for improper procedure in the lead-up to a fatal shooting will go to court to get his job back.

Wisconsin lawmakers discuss regulation of drones
MADISON — Wisconsin lawmakers hinted Wednesday at the potential for unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, to take off in the state once they decide how to regulate them.

Appeals court sets April hearing on Obama immigration action
HOUSTON — A court hearing has been set for April 17 on whether a temporary hold on President Barack Obama's immigration executive action should be lifted, a federal appeals court announced Tuesday.

Investment firm to acquire Madison-based water park chain
MADISON — A Wisconsin-based indoor water park chain is being sold to a private investment firm in New York City.

Police: Let off-duty, retirees carry guns in schools
MADISON — A bill that would allow off-duty and retired police officers from any state to carry concealed weapons in Wisconsin schools could prevent mass shootings and save lives if the officers' enemies try to seek revenge against their children, police officials and representatives told a legislative committee Tuesday.

Wisconsin state senator tells committee he's armed
MADISON — A Wisconsin state senator says he brought a concealed gun to a committee hearing.

Authors say GPS anti-tracking bill would protect privacy
MADISON — The authors of a bill that would outlaw using GPS to track someone without their consent are telling a legislative committee the proposal would protect people's privacy.

Flaming Lips, Sheryl Crow among Summerfest acts
MILWAUKEE — The Flaming Lips, Sheryl Crow and Edward Sharp and the Magnetic Zeroes are among the bands that will headline this year's Summerfest in Milwaukee.

Man gets over 17 years in killing of Milwaukee club promoter
MILWAUKEE — A 23-year-old man charged in the killing of a Milwaukee night club promoter has been sentenced to 17 and a half years in prison.

Wisconsin committee to hold hearing on GPS tracking bill
MADISON — A legislative committee is set to take public input on a bill that would outlaw using GPS to track someone without their consent.

 

 
 
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