Quantcast

 

 
 
WAUKESHA COUNTY WASHINGTON COUNTY OZAUKEE COUNTY
CLASSIFIEDS AUTOS REAL ESTATE JOBS
 

  TUESDAY
October 15, 2019

  SUBSCRIBE
h.gif (115 bytes)
CUSTOMER SERV.
h.gif (115 bytes)
CONTACT US
h.gif (115 bytes)
SUBMIT AN EVENT
h.gif (115 bytes)
 
  Login to
e-Editions
 

         
HOME

 
   
  SPORTS
Main Page
AP Sports
Packers
Badgers
Bucks
Brewers
Admirals
Golden Eagles
Mil. Wave
Mil. Mile
Golf
Wauk. Golf
 
   
  AP
  Main Page
  AP Science
  AP Politics
  AP Sports
   
  TRAFFIC
  Main Page
  Cameras
  Travel Times
  Construction
   
  LOTTERY
   
  SLIDESHOW
   
  VIDEO
   
  OBITUARIES
  Milwaukee
  Waukesha
  Ozaukee
  Washington
   
  LEGALS
  Waukesha
  Washington
  Ozaukee
   
 

AUTOS

  Main Page
  Classifieds
   
   
   
 
   
   
  HEALTH
  Main Page
  Cancer
  Dental Care
  Heart Focus
  Mental Health
  Hospitals
 
  Heroin Addiction
 
  HOME
  Main Page
  Local Building
  Local Interiors
  Local Kitchens
  Improvements
  More Ideas
   
  DINING
Special Series
   
  GARDENS
   
  FASHION
   
  FITNESS
   
  CUISINE
   
  WEDDINGS
   
  NUTRITION
  Main Page
  Local Focus
   
  TRAVEL
  Local
  Midwest
  Local Lodging
  Zagat
  Directions
  Mitchell Field
 
Lake Living: Guide to Area Lakes
  Fall Color
Report
   
  BOOKS
  Main Page
  Calendar
   
  PETS
   
  FAMILY
   
   
 
HINTS FROM HELOISE
   
 
Freeman
   
 
Daily News
   
 
News Graphic
   
 
Ocon. Enterprise
   
 
Sunday Post
   
 
MKE Lifestyle Magazine
   
   
 
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
   
 
 
   
   
   
 
 
   
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

   

 

 


 
 
Wausau school board president running for Congress
Events
 


PERF. ARTS


MUSIC

 


 RESTAURANTS

 


GALLERIES

ART EVENTS

 


TV LISTINGS


MOVIES

 


AP ARTS

 


PUZZLES


HOROSCOPES


 


SOAPS
 

SUBMIT EVENT
 

MADISON — The Democratic president of the Wausau School Board announced Monday that she is running for Congress in her heavily Republican northern Wisconsin district, in a race that could provide an early signal of voter moods ahead of next fall's presidential election. Tricia Zunker, a justice on the Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court, is trying to become the first Native American elected to Congress from Wisconsin.
>>GOP starts push to curb Wisconsin governor's veto powers
>>Republican Nicholson won't run for Congress, eyeing 2022
Packers get the calls, Crosby hits late FG to beat Lions
GREEN BAY — Mason Crosby nailed a 23-yard field goal as time expired, and the Green Bay Packers benefited from some questionable officiating to edge the Detroit Lions 23-22 on Monday night. Aaron Rodgers completed 24 of 39 passes for 283 yards and two touchdowns, including a beautiful 35-yard throw to Allen Lazard for his first career score.
>>
NFL at 100: Favre flawless vs. Raiders after dad's death
First-half surprises include stingy Wisconsin, LSU's Burrow
The same six teams occupied the first six spots in the Top 25 poll all the way up until Georgia lost 20-17 in overtime to South Carolina last week, causing the Bulldogs to tumble from No. 3 to No. 10. That does not mean there hasn't been the unexpected during the first half of the college football season.
American prosecutor slain in Pacific nation of Micronesia Battered Amcast site undergoing transformation
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — Friends said Tuesday that lawyer Rachelle Bergeron planned to soon return to the U.S. after a challenging stint prosecuting criminals on the Pacific nation of Micronesia, but she was shot and killed as she returned home from a run with her dog. Bergeron's husband was inside the couple's house Monday night baking brownies with a local child the couple was helping care for when somebody fired three shots at Bergeron as she pulled up and opened the back of her Subaru hatchback, killing both her and her dog, said one friend, Amos Collins.

 

CEDARBURG — For years the Amcast Industrial Corp. properties have flanked Hamilton Road at Johnson Street, vacant and slowly crumbling. Neighbors considered the parcels an eyesore and public safety officials warned it was a threat to those who went into the plant. Now, thanks to the ambitions of a Mequon environmental firm president, the eyesore is slowly being transformed into what will include apartments, commercial and office space.
>>Wisconsin spice company peppers Facebook with anti-Trump ads
>>
Metro Milwaukee home sales improve 4.1% in September
>>
Sentry fate unclear as proposed TIF goes to council
>>
Hartford panel recommends permit for hazardous waste facility

Jayme Closs: 1 year after abduction, I'm feeling stronger Biden, Warren, Sanders face scrutiny at Democratic debate
BARRON — The Wisconsin girl whose parents were fatally shot before she was kidnapped and held captive for 88 days before escaping from her abductor said she's feeling stronger every day and is thankful for the kindness and concern expressed to her from people all over the country in the year after the crime. Jayme Closs issued a statement Monday, a day before the one-year anniversary of the fatal shootings and abduction at her home near Barron in northwest Wisconsin. WESTERVILLE, Ohio — Joe Biden is facing baseless — but persistent— allegations of wrongdoing overseas that could undermine his argument that he's best positioned to defeat the president. Bernie Sanders is recovering from a heart attack that raised questions about his ability to withstand the vigor of a presidential campaign. And Elizabeth Warren is fending off new scrutiny of her biography.
>>6 questions looming over the crowded 2020 Democratic debate
>>
Democratic Rep. Pocan says impeachment vote coming soon


TODAY IN BUSINESS


Has tech made moving nukes safe enough? Depends whom you ask
RENO, Nev. — The plutonium core for the first atomic weapon detonated in 1945 was taken from Los Alamos National Laboratory to a test site in the New Mexico desert in the backseat of a U.S. Army sedan. Officials put other bomb parts inside a metal container, packed it into a wooden crate and secured it in the steel bed of a truck under a tarp, the U.S. Energy Department's National Nuclear Security Administration says in a historical account.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Lions latest victims of NFL's flag football problem
Another frustrating weekend of flag-filled football culminated with the Packers' 23-22 last-second win over the Lions on Monday night thanks to two phantom hands-to-the-face calls on Detroit defensive end Trey Flowers. The first one came with about 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter and Detroit comfortably ahead 22-13. 

     EVENTS
Veteran's Resource Fair
Join us for this free event for veteran's and their families. Resources include federal benefits, state benefits, local resources, assistance with VA Healthcare enrollment, education benefits, employment assistance and more. Free lunch and dinner for veterans.

SLIDESHOWS



Opening Day at Miller Park 03-28-19
Posted 04-04-19


March Photos of the Month 
Posted 04-04-19


2019 Spring Election 04-02-19
Posted 04-04-19


VIDEOS



Relighting of West Bend Theatre Sign
Posted 09-10-2019


Opening Day: Wilsons
Posted 03-29-2019


Ron's Barber Shop
Posted 03-05-2019


Pintens Strong
Posted 01-28-2019

WWE Polar Plunge in Hartford
Posted 01-04-2019

Polar Bear Plunge
Posted 01-02-2019

 
 >>All videos

'Making a Murderer' figure Avery files promised appeal
MADISON — An attorney for a man whose criminal case was featured in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" is seeking a new trial or evidentiary hearing.

Texas man suspected of killing girlfriend, infant daughter
ABILENE, Texas — A man who told authorities that God told him to kill his girlfriend from Wisconsin and their infant daughter has been arrested in West Texas on two counts of capital murder.

Report details violent weekend at juvenile prison
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Corrections has released details about a violent weekend at the state's juvenile prison in northern Wisconsin that left one guard with a broken nose.

Fire officials: 2 die in early-morning Milwaukee duplex fire
MILWAUKEE — Fire department officials and family members say a grandmother who worked in the home health care field was one of two people who died in a fire on Milwaukee's north side.

Pickup moving at high speed goes airborne, crashes into roof
BELOIT — Police say a Wisconsin man was arrested after crashing a pickup truck into the roof of a Beloit home.

Man, woman killed in fire on Milwaukee's north side
MILWAUKEE - Authorities say two people are dead following an early morning fire on Milwaukee's north side.

Drunken driver sentenced to 7 years in fatal crash
MILWAUKEE - A drunken driver who fled from a fatal crash in Milwaukee has been sentenced to seven years in prison.

Wisconsin boy sparks campaign to find bone marrow donors
ANTIGO, Wis. - Don't call Holden Zarda a superhero, because they aren't real.

Man charged in sex sting after walking hundreds of miles
INDIANAPOLIS - A 32-year-old faces federal charges alleging he walked hundreds of miles from central Indiana to Wisconsin to have sex with someone he thought was a 14-year-old girl.

Jury awards $5.2M in Walmart disability discrimination case
MADISON - A jury has awarded a former Wisconsin Walmart employee $5.2 million in a disability discrimination case.

Election security council to hold first public meeting
MADISON - A new council formed to coordinate election security will hold its first public meeting next week.

Police arrest 2 in shooting that killed man, hurt 2 children
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police have arrested two suspects in a shooting that killed a man and wounded two children.

Ron Johnson's spokesman won't run for Congress
MADISON - U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson's spokesman says he won't challenge the state Senate's top Republican for an open congressional seat next year.

Wisconsin DNR: New lead contamination rules not good enough
MADISON - Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say the Trump administration's proposed rewrite of lead contamination rules isn't good enough.

Emergency plan activated in North Dakota amid fall snowstorm
BISMARCK, N.D. - North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum on Friday activated the state's emergency plan due to what he called a crippling snowstorm that closed major highways and had farmers and ranchers bracing for huge crop and livestock losses.

Evers will kill plan to punish UW free speech disrupters
MADISON - Democratic Gov. Tony Evers will kill a contentious plan to punish students who disrupt free speech on University of Wisconsin System campuses, his spokeswoman said Friday as system regents took another step toward implementing the policy. 

Cheney critical of Trump's decision on Syria
BELOIT - Former Vice President Dick Cheney is criticizing President Donald Trump's decision to pull American troops from Syria ahead of Turkish military attacks on the U.S.'s Kurdish allies.

Foundation gives UW vet school $15m for building project
MADISON — A foundation that supports University of Wisconsin-Madison research has given the college's School of Veterinary Medicine a $15 million gift to jump-start renovations and new construction.

Evers: More health insurance options on tap this fall
MADISON — Wisconsin insurance officials say state residents will have more health insurance options this year as open enrollment approaches.

2020 Democratic candidates pledge support to LGBTQ community
LOS ANGELES— Addressing an LGBTQ community fearful that their gains in equality are slipping, Democratic presidential candidates on Thursday promised an aggressive agenda to end workplace discrimination, improve health care and ensure protections for people who face threats, or worse, because of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

Enbridge offers at least $24M to settle tribe pipeline suit
ASHLAND — Enbridge Energy has offered the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa at least $24 million to settle a lawsuit the tribe filed to shut down and remove the Line 5 pipeline from its reservation in northern Wisconsin.  

Trump attacks Biden, slams impeachment probe at Minn. rally
MINNEAPOLIS  — President Donald Trump was defiant in the face of an impeachment probe as he sought to convert the threat to his presidency into a weapon on the campaign trail, with biting and unsupported attacks on potential Democratic challenger Joe Biden.

In Wisconsin, vote to aid disabled lawmaker turns partisan
MADISON — The Wisconsin Assembly on Thursday approved accommodations for a disabled Democratic lawmaker, despite his objections that Republicans had tied the changes to unrelated provisions aimed at expanding GOP power.  

Large-scale methamphetamine bust at Appleton area hotel
GRAND CHUTE — Authorities say a drug raid at a hotel near Appleton could be the largest methamphetamine bust ever in northeastern Wisconsin.

Garbage truck strikes, kills 9-year-old boy on bike
SHEBOYGAN — Sheboygan police say a city garbage truck hit and killed a 9-year-old boy as he rode his bicycle.

Wisconsin Senate approves insurance for police survivors
MADISON — The state Senate has approved a bill that would force the state, municipalities and universities to continue paying health insurance premiums for immediate survivors of police officers and emergency medical workers killed in the line of duty.

Senate OKs bills to combat Lyme disease
MADISON — The Wisconsin Senate has approved a package of bills to combat Lyme disease.

Wisconsin Senate approves bill making bestiality a felony
MADISON — The Wisconsin Senate has approved a bill that would make bestiality a felony.

Senate OKs bill clearing path for e-bikes in Wisconsin
MADISON — Bikes with small rechargeable electric motors that are gaining in popularity would be regulated in a new way under a bill the Wisconsin Legislature has passed.

Man pleads not guilty in case tied to missing brothers
KINGSTON, Mo. — A Missouri man has pleaded not guilty to tampering with a vehicle rented by two missing Wisconsin brothers.

 

 
 
TOP NEWS
SPORTS
U.S. NEWS
BUSINESS
POLITICS
HEALTH
TECHNOLOGY
FINANCE
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
GREEN BAY PACKERS

 

 

 

 

 
 

> click to READ > click to READ

 
Apps now available for Apple and Android devices
Apple  |  Android Apple  |  Android Apple  |  Android Apple  |  Android

 

© Copyright 2019, Conley Group. All rights reserved.
Note:  External sites are not endorsed by Conley Group, Ltd.


"News... without fear or prejudice."



Legal Notice: By entering and using the gmtoday.com site, you are affirmatively stating that you have read and understand the terms and conditions set forth herin and are affirmatively indicating that you agree to be bound by same. We also have our privacy statement available online. 

Milwaukee events  |  Waukesha events  |  Washington Co. eventsOzaukee Co. events Milwaukee news  |  Waukesha Co. news Washington Co. News   |  Waukesha Freeman  |  West Bend Daily News  | Ozaukee Co. News Graphic | Oconomowoc Enterprise

 
 







> click to READ

  >click to READ



 
























 

CLICK  "REFRESH" IN YOUR WEB BROWSER TO VIEW MORE EVENT LISTINGS



CLICK HERE FOR

ALL
EVENTS