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February 12, 2016

 
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MILWAUKEE — Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders? The question is much more than a ballot choice for Democrat Russ Feingold, whose hopes of reclaiming the Senate seat he held for 18 years rests with Wisconsin voters heavily invested in the presidential nomination fight.
Hayes, Brown lead Wisconsin to 72-61 win over Nebraska

MADISON — Prior to this season, Wisconsin's Vitto Brown was a little-used reserve, best known for his stirring rendition of the national anthem before select games. Brown hit all the right notes on the court on Wednesday night. The junior forward had a career-high 18 points and Nigel Hayes scored 20 as the Badgers defeated Nebraska 72-61 for their sixth-consecutive victory.

Marquette beats No. 20 Providence 96-91 in double overtime

MILWAUKEE — Henry Ellenson smiled and seemed to bounce around with nervous energy after playing 48 minutes. Coach Steve Wojciechowski had a raspy voice as he talked about being so tense that he needed an ice bath. The young Marquette Golden Eagles will remember their 96-91 victory in double overtime over No. 20 Providence on Wednesday night for quite some time.

 

Lawmakers push committee to review John Doe investigations Extra bang for the buck

MADISON — Republican lawmakers are pushing a bill that would allow them access to documents from closed John Doe investigations involving Gov. Scott Walker. The bill would create a legislative committee with oversight of law enforcement, granting it subpoena power and the ability to access records from secret John Doe investigations once closed.

 

For entrepreneurs who want to start a business, the city can provide access to loans that are potentially more attractive than what they would receive from a bank. West Bend administrators manage a revolving loan fund that provides financing to privately held firms to incentivize their investment in the area, provided they meet certain criteria.
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Home sales increase for 12th consecutive month
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Addition plans approved for Alloy Products
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Envisioning downtown’s future
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UW-Extension plans about 80 job cuts to absorb budget hit Panel approves $15.8 million for mental health institutes

MILWAUKEE — Officials are planning to eliminate about 80 University of Wisconsin System-Extension positions as part of a reorganization plan drafted to absorb a state budget cut, the head of extension said Wednesday. Chancellor Cathy Sandeen said the job reductions will come from a branch that works with people at a local level on agricultural, parenting and economic development issues through offices in each of the state's 72 counties.

 

MADISON — The Legislature's budget committee overwhelmingly approved state health officials' request Wednesday to pump millions of dollars more into upgrades at Wisconsin's mental health institutions. The Department of Health Services asked the Joint Finance Committee for authorization to spend an additional $15.8 million beyond the state budget on improvements and additions at the Mendota Mental Health Institute in Madison, the Winnebago Mental Health Institute near Oshkosh and three centers for the mentally disabled in Madison, Union Grove and Chippewa Falls.



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Congress likely to give final OK to local Internet tax ban
WASHINGTON — State and local governments would be permanently barred from taxing access to the Internet under a bipartisan compromise that Congress is a step away from sending to President Barack Obama. The Senate was expected to vote Thursday to approve the language, part of a wide-ranging measure that would also revamp trade laws.

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Low snow causes havoc again with Iditarod
WASILLA, Alaska — Another low snow year in Alaska is playing havoc with the world's most famous sled dog race, at least for the start. The Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race always begins with a ceremonial, fan-friendly slow jaunt through the streets and trails of Anchorage, held a day before the start of the competitive portion of the nearly-thousand mile race.

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Sen. Ron Johnson's remarks at gun show
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Instrument Selection Night
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Penguin races down the hill at Little Switzerland in Slinger
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Blair Elementary King Day music
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French Holiday Sing-Along
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Suspect to stand trial in Wisconsin motorcycle shop standoff
OSHKOSH — A Wisconsin man accused of starting a hostage standoff at a motorcycle shop has been bound over for trial.

Panel OKs relaxing emission regs, tweaks renewable program
MADISON — Republicans on the Legislature's powerful budget committee approved a bill Wednesday that would relax portions of Wisconsin's sulfur dioxide regulations and rework utilities' obligations to pay into the state's renewable energy program.

Lawmakers decry ban on county executives in Legislature
MADISON — A bill that would bar county executives from serving concurrently in the Wisconsin Legislature was criticized as partisan politics in an Assembly committee public hearing Wednesday.

UW-Milwaukee preps for Democratic presidential debate
MILWAUKEE — University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee planners, grounds crew and students have been putting in some long days to make sure everything is set for this week's Democratic presidential debate.

Lawmakers to vote on WIAA open records laws
MADISON — An Assembly committee is slated to vote Wednesday on a bill that would subject Wisconsin's high school athletics association to open records and meetings laws.

Resolution to commemorate man killed by police withdrawn
MADISON — A Madison City Council member has withdrawn her resolution commemorating the teenager shot and killed by a police officer.

Senate OKs bill expanding library collection powers
MADISON — The state Senate has approved a bill that would give libraries more power to collect overdue fines.

Assembly approves water development, property rights bills
MADISON — Shoreline property owners would have more leeway to dredge and build structures on bodies of water under legislation the Wisconsin Assembly advanced Tuesday despite concerns from minority Democrats that the proposals would harm the state's waters.

Over $570M to be used for faster Internet in rural Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE — More than $570 million in government subsidies will be used to bring faster Internet service to rural Wisconsin.

6 hurt when 25 vehicles crash in Milwaukee suburb
MENOMONEE FALLS — Six people were injured when 25 vehicles crashed in nine separate accidents on a Milwaukee area highway.

Assembly approves bill allowing Christmas trees in churches
MADISON — The state Assembly has passed a bill prohibiting government officials from banning live Christmas trees in churches and the state Capitol rotunda.

Assembly approves sexual assault victim amnesty bill
MADISON — The state Assembly has passed a bill ensuring that sexual assault victims and others who report such crimes can't be cited or disciplined for underage drinking.

Wisconsin Senate approves managed forest overhaul
MADISON — The state Senate has approved a bill that would re-shape Wisconsin's managed forest program. Program participants get property tax breaks if they keep their land open to the public and follow timber management plans.

Assembly OKs uniform sex offender restrictions
MADISON — The Wisconsin Assembly has signed off on a bill creating uniform restrictions on where violent sex offenders can live.

Popular tourist attraction in Milwaukee deteriorating
MILWAUKEE — Deferred maintenance has driven a long-term fix for Milwaukee's Mitchell Park Domes to $65 million to $75 million.

Trooper back at work 2 years after being struck along road
GREEN BAY — A Wisconsin State Patrol trooper who suffered severe injuries and the loss of part of his right leg two years ago is back on the job after a grueling recovery.

Senate approves bill allowing new special license plates
MADISON — The Wisconsin Senate has passed a bill that would create a new process for groups to obtain special license plates.

Wisconsin jury rejects beer-battered fish defense
FRIENDSHIP — A Wisconsin jury has convicted a man who blamed eating beer-battered fish when he was picked up on his 10th drunken driving offense.

Report: Wisconsin schools still restrain disabled students
MADISON — A report finds Wisconsin public schools are still restraining disabled students, despite a 2011 law aimed at reducing those practices.

 

 
 
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