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MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett struck a confident tone during his State of the City address Monday morning, despite a spike in homicides and a federal review of the city's police department. Barrett said his plan for Wisconsin's largest city includes economic development, health care and violence prevention, but he didn't mention the Department of Justice-led investigation of Milwaukee police.

Biography of Brett Favre coming out in November

NEW YORK — Brett Favre, selected last weekend for the NFL Hall of Fame, will be the subject of a biography coming out in November. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt announced Monday that it had acquired Jeff Pearlman's "Gunslinger: The Remarkable, Improbable, Iconic Life of Brett Favre." According to the publisher, Pearlman will draw upon hundreds of interviews, including friends and family members.

 

Ex-Broncos RB Montee Ball won't face felony in domestic case

MADISON — Former Wisconsin and Denver Broncos running back Montee Ball won't face felony charges after an apparent argument with his girlfriend. Prosecutors charged Ball on Monday with disorderly conduct, a misdemeanor, for an incident at a downtown Madison hotel early Friday.

TV ads hit airwaves ahead of Wisconsin Supreme Court primary Sendik’s buys Grasch Foods in Brookfield

MADISON — Television ads are hitting the airwaves as Wisconsin's Supreme Court race heads into its final week before a primary whittles the three-candidate field down to two contenders. Milwaukee County Judge Joe Donald is set to launch his first ad Tuesday in Milwaukee and Green Bay. His campaign says the buy is worth $150,000. That follows on the heels of 4th District Court of Appeals Judge JoAnne Kloppenburg's first ad, which began running statewide Saturday. 

 

BROOKFIELD - Since 1957 the Grasch family has owned a grocery store at 13950 W. North Ave., in Brookfield, but it announced Monday it plans to retire and sell the store to another longtime grocer family, the Balistreris, owners of Sendik’s Food Markets. According to Monday’s announcement, the Grasch family decided to retire after owning the grocery store for three generations.
>>‘Cookie Bill’ could boost baked goods sales across state

>>Frank Oetlinger celebrates Grafton business growth
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Man accused of shooting Wauwatosa officer pleads guilty Suspect to be arraigned in Masonic temple shooting plot

MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee man accused of shooting and wounding a Wauwatosa police officer in June has pleaded guilty to charges. Najee Harmon pleaded guilty Monday to two reduced counts of recklessly endangering safety and one count each of first-degree reckless injury and possession of a firearm as a felon.  He was originally charged with three counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide, as well as the injury and firearm charges.

 

MILWAUKEE — A man accused of plotting to attack a Milwaukee Masonic temple in the name of Islam is due to appear in federal court. U.S. Attorney's Office spokesman Dean Puschnig says Samy Mohamed Hamzeh will be arraigned at a Tuesday afternoon hearing. Authorities have said Hamzeh wanted to shoot at least 30 people to show "nobody can play with Muslims" and spark more mass shootings in the U.S.



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Record $132.5M bet on Super Bowl at Nevada sports books
So you thought the Panthers and Broncos would put up a lot more points in Super Bowl 50, that Carolina quarterback Cam Newton would score at least once and probably be named the game's most valuable player? So did a lot of people, and that had Nevada sportsbooks smiling a day after they took in a record $132.5 million in wagers on the big game.

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Party like it's 1999: Denver to celebrate another Super Bowl
DENVER — Denver's getting ready to party like it's 1999. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flood a downtown park and a 1.5-mile-long parade route Tuesday to celebrate the Denver Broncos' first Super Bowl championship in 17 years.

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Tripoli Shrine Circus
The Super Shrine Circus (Carden International) will provide spectacular entertainment for your whole family. The Circus has  been in the Carden Family for over 50 years putting on astonishing performances, displaying awe-inspiring feats of athleticism, and amazing animals. There are so many awesome attractions to see including the elephants, tigers, and much,much more! The kids will love the circus elephants. They can even ride the elephants!

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Oconomowoc vs. West Bend East 02-02-16


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Man tells off Senator Ron Johnson 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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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.

Postal inspectors intercept mailed drugs in Baraboo
BARABOO — Postal inspectors in Baraboo helped police bust three men accused of drug-related crimes.

Assembly set to vote on sexual assault victim amnesty bill
MADISON — The state Assembly is set to vote on a bill ensuring that sexual assault victims and others who report such crimes can't be cited or disciplined for underage drinking.

Senate set to vote on allowing online voter registration
MADISON — Wisconsin residents would soon be able to register to vote online under a bill the Wisconsin Senate is taking up Tuesday.

Spitting on prosecutors would become felony under GOP bill
MADISON — Spitting at prosecutors could carry a felony charge under a bill the Wisconsin Assembly is slated to vote on Tuesday.

Milwaukee man gets 27 years in father's fatal beating
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for fatally beating his father last year. Forty-one-year-old John Edward Balistreri blamed his 77-year-old father for his mother's death 25 years earlier.

Assembly poised to vote on wrongful conviction compensation
MADISON — People wrongly convicted of crimes in Wisconsin could claim up to $50,000 for each year spent behind bars under a bipartisan bill Wisconsin's Assembly is poised to vote on Tuesday.

Governor signs bill legalizing concealed switchblades
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill legalizing concealed switchblades and knives. The governor signed the measure Saturday at the annual National Rifle Association and Wisconsin FORCE convention in Weston.

Report: Kloppenburg leads Donald in cash
MADISON — New campaign finance reports show state Supreme Court hopeful JoAnne Kloppenburg is outpacing rival Joe Donald in fundraising.

Cars fall through ice at Lake Geneva's Winterfest
LAKE GENEVA - A number of vehicles have fallen through the ice during Lake Geneva's Winterfest.

Madison man charged with killing former co-worker
MADISON - A 26-year-old Madison man who had been fired from a grocery store is charged in the fatal shooting of a former co-worker.

Man dies after apparently being hit by car in Winnebago Co.
TOWN OF RUSHFORD - Authorities say a 21-year-old man is dead after he apparently was hit by a vehicle in east-central Wisconsin.

Snow sculptors from across the nation compete in Wisconsin
LAKE GENEVA - Fifteen teams of snow sculptors from 11 states have gathered in Wisconsin to compete to be named the best in the nation.

Chancellor: $8 million spent to retain Madison professors
MADISON - The University of Wisconsin-Madison has spent at least $8 million since last summer to keep top faculty members following the Legislature's cuts to higher education.

Manitowoc police investigating homicide
MANITOWOC - Police in Manitowoc say a man fatally shot at his home was apparently targeted by his assailant.

Madison man charged with killing former co-worker
MADISON - A 26-year-old Madison man who had been fired from a grocery store is charged in the fatal shooting of a former co-worker.

Cross acknowledges UW needs more diversity progress
MADISON - University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross says the system must do more to acknowledge and understand students of color.

Walker to sign bill legalizing concealed switchblades
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker is set to sign a bill that would allow people to carry concealed switchblades and knives.

Supreme Court hopeful Kloppenburg begins TV ads in Milwaukee
MADISON - Wisconsin Supreme Court challenger JoAnne Kloppenburg is set to hit the airwaves.

 

 
 
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