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LANSING, Mich. Michigan Republicans moved Wednesday to curtail ballot initiatives by advancing a measure limiting how many signatures could come from any one region of the state, the latest proposal assailed by critics as an unconstitutional, lame-duck power grab from voters or incoming Democratic officeholders.
Protecting Rodgers at a premium when Packers face Bears
GREEN BAY Packers right tackle Jason Spriggs saw no need to keep going on and on about Bears linebacker Khalil Mack. There's plenty of film to watch. The rest of that Chicago defense is pretty good, too. Now Green Bay must face the NFC's top-ranked unit on the road on Sunday, a week after Chicago tripped up the high-octane Los Angeles Rams at Soldier Field.
Pacers win 5th straight by pulling away from Bucks 113-97
INDIANAPOLIS  Thaddeus Young had 25 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, and Myles Turner added 23 points to lead the Indiana Pacers to their fifth straight win 113-97 over Milwaukee on Wednesday night. Indiana seized control early, never trailed and pulled within a half-game of the Central Division-leading Bucks. Eric Bledsoe scored 26 points and Malcolm Brogdon finished with 15 to lead Milwaukee.
Disciplined DNR employee had won leadership award Good Harvest co-owner plans large development next door
MADISON A Department of Natural Resources employee disciplined for harassing female co-workers at a Milwaukee hotel had previously won the agency's wildlife management leadership award. The agency initially refused to release details of the January incident, saying people make mistakes. DNR officials reconsidered after The Associated Press challenged that rationale and released nearly 20 pages of documents Wednesday.

 

WAUKESHA A Good Harvest Market co-owner revealed plans Wednesday for a three-story mixed-use building with condos and first-floor retail adjacent to Good Harvest Market off Silvernail Road. The development would combine retail, commercial and residential units in a 40,000-square-foot building with natural lighting, underground parking, rooftop gardens and an entertainment area, according to a press release.
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Shopko sells 42 pharmacies in nation to Kroger
>>Dance studio to redevelop Main Street property
>>Sleep Number store to open in Grafton
>>Common Council to create antenna towers ordinance

Study: Valve hole set off refinery blast, fire in Wisconsin Oil pipeline opponents look past Minnesota regulators
SUPERIOR, Wis. A hole in a valve was the source of an April explosion at a Husky Energy refinery in northwestern Wisconsin that injured 36 people and required the evacuation of a large part of the city of Superior, according to findings of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board presented Wednesday. According to the update that was shared at a town hall meeting in Superior, erosion created a hole in the slide valve, allowing air to mix with hydrocarbons. The resulting blast sent debris hurtling into an asphalt storage tank. MINNEAPOLIS Opponents of Enbridge Energy's proposed Line 3 crude oil pipeline replacement may turn their attention to fighting the project on other fronts as a Minnesota regulatory panel prepares to take one of its final steps to allow it to proceed. The Public Utilities Commission on Thursday was scheduled to discuss petitions by environmental and tribal groups for the panel to reconsider its decision in June to approve a route permit for the line across northern Minnesota.


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Detention of Canadians raises stakes in China-US-Canada row
BEIJING China confirmed Thursday it has detained two Canadian men, raising the stakes in a three-way dispute over a Chinese technology executive facing possible extradition from Canada to the United States. Entrepreneur Michael Spavor and former diplomat Michael Kovrig were taken into custody Monday on suspicion of "engaging in activities that endanger the national security" of China, said foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Sorry, Seattle: NHL GMs learned from Vegas expansion draft
Hindsight is 43/35 for the Columbus Blue Jackets. That's how many goals and assists William Karlsson put up for the Vegas Golden Knights after the Blue Jackets let him go in the most recent NHL expansion draft. 

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fb_img_15413652649784939917910713136061.jpgScrooge The Musical
Performances are at the Greenwald Foundation Performing Arts Center at Mukwonago High School. For the performances on Friday, December 7 & 14 and Saturday, December 8 & 15; doors open at 7 PM and show is at 7:30 PM. For the Sunday, December 9 & 16 performances, doors open at 1:30 PM and show is at 2 PM.

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Christmas Parade in West Bend 11-24-18
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Turkey Trot in Kewaskum 11-22-18
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3 students checked at hospital after school bus crash
KEWASKUM The West Bend school superintendent says three students were examined at a hospital after a school bus collided with another vehicle.

Number of abortions rises slightly in Wisconsin
MADISON A new report shows the number of abortions performed in Wisconsin rose slightly in 2017, the first increase in eight years.

Comet named after Wisconsin astronomer to pass by Earth
MILWAUKEE A comet named after a Wisconsin astronomer will soon streak past Earth and be the brightest comet of the year.

Gymnastics coach accepts plea deal in child porn case
RACINE A Wind Lake gymnastics studio owner and coach accused of possessing child pornography and placing a recording device in the bathroom of his facility has accepted a plea deal and avoided trial scheduled for this week.

Michigan Legislature passes Great Lakes oil pipeline bill
LANSING, Mich. The Michigan Legislature approved a bill Tuesday that would allow the replacement of a 65-year-old oil pipeline in a key Great Lakes waterway, voting to create a state authority that would oversee the construction of a tunnel to encase a new segment of pipe.

Man falls from balcony at Milwaukee performing arts center
MILWAUKEE A man was taken to a hospital with serious injuries after falling from a balcony at the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts in Milwaukee.

5 hurt in shooting at Madison strip club; suspect arrested
MADISON Five people were injured in a weekend shooting at a Madison strip club. A suspect is in custody.

Woman accused of hiding overdose victim in crawlspace
SHEBOYGAN A Sheboygan woman is accused of running a drug house and hiding the corpse of an overdose victim in a crawlspace, along with stealing his ID and debit card.

Woman burned in Muskego house fire, expected to be OK
MUSKEGO A Muskego woman suffered burns in an early morning house fire but is expected to be OK.

State officials confirm 11 CWD infections on deer farm
MADISON Wisconsin agriculture officials have confirmed 11 more cases of chronic wasting disease on a Washington County deer farm.

Jury acquits Fox Crossing judge accused of stalking clerk
OSHKOSH A jury has acquitted a Fox Crossing municipal judge accused of stalking his court clerk.

Milwaukee Co. correctional officer accused of abusing inmate
MILWAUKEE A correctional officer at the Milwaukee County Jail is accused of abusing an inmate.

La Crosse school staffers help student bullied for hygiene
LA CROSSE La Crosse middle school staff members have come to the aid of a truant teenage boy being bullied over hygiene.

Colorado killer Watts appears to be in Wisconsin custody
MILWAUKEE A Colorado man sentenced to life behind bars for killing his pregnant wife and two young daughters appears to have been moved to a Wisconsin prison.

Wisconsin man gets 4.5 years for tampering with sausages
MADISON A federal judge has sentenced a Kiel man to four and a half years in prison for placing foreign objects in sausages.

11 patients at UW Hospital developed Legionnaires' disease
MADISON Eleven patients at UW Hospital developed Legionnaires' disease, apparently due to bacteria in the hospital's hot water system.

Wisconsin district unveils plan after Nazi salute photo
BARABOO Wisconsin school district officials have unveiled a plan that they hope will instill more empathy and understanding in students after a photo recently surfaced showing several dozen high schoolers giving what appears to be a Nazi salute.

2 Wisconsin Marines stand guard over late president
MILWAUKEE Two Marines from southeastern Wisconsin are among military members standing guard over the casket of former President George H.W. Bush as he lies in state in the U.S. Capitol Rotunda.

DA: No charges against Superior police who shot, wounded man
SUPERIOR No charges will be filed against Superior police officers who shot and wounded a man during a confrontation in October.

Regulators OK permit for anchor supports for oil pipeline
MACKINAW CITY, Mich. Michigan regulators have issued a permit that allows more anchor supports to bolster twin oil pipelines in the Great Lakes at the Straits of Mackinac.

Flags at half-staff to honor former President Bush
MADISON U.S. and state flags are flying at half-staff until sunset on Dec. 30 in Wisconsin and elsewhere to honor former President George Herbert Walker Bush who died Friday at age 94.

Progressive magazine looks for donations after 110 years
MADISON The Progressive is looking for donations as the magazine founded by Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Robert "Fighting Bob" La Follette nears its 110th birthday.

2 men dead, woman wounded in Walworth County shooting
DARIEN Police say two people are dead and a third is wounded in a shooting in Walworth County.

Trumps to attend state funeral for George H.W. Bush
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump on Saturday mourned the passing of former President George H.W. Bush, remembering him as a man of "sound judgment, common sense and unflappable leadership."

Wisconsin health care signups decline in 2018
MADISON - Fewer people in Wisconsin have enrolled for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act in 2018 compared to last year.

Police search for man who tossed Molotov cocktail into home
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police are looking for a man who may have been burned after throwing a Molotov cocktail into a home on the city's northwest side.

Dahmer's attorney's law license suspended indefinitely
MADISON - The Wisconsin Supreme Court has indefinitely suspended the law license of the man who defended serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer.

Oshkosh police investigate death of 3-year-old girl
OSHKOSH - Police in Oshkosh say they're investigating the death of a toddler.

Father of 2-month-old baby who died is arrested in Oshkosh
OSHKOSH - Oshkosh police say the father of an infant has been arrested in the baby's death.

Medicaid expansion is early flashpoint for Evers
MADISON - The battle over whether Wisconsin should accept federal money to expand Medicaid coverage for about 75,000 more poor people is shaping up to be an early flashpoint for Gov.-elect Tony Evers.

Steil resigns as regent after congressional win
MADISON - Bryan Steil is resigning as a University of Wisconsin System regent to focus on his first congressional term.

GOP lame-duck bills would move primary, limit early voting
MADISON - Wisconsin Republicans released sweeping lame-duck legislation Friday that would move the 2020 presidential primary, restrict early voting and weaken both Democratic Attorney General-elect Josh Kaul and Gov.-elect Tony Evers.

George H.W. Bush, 'kinder and gentler' president, dies at 94
HOUSTON - He was the man who sought a "kinder, and gentler nation," and the one who sternly invited Americans to read his lips - he would not raise taxes. 

Ex-Johnsonville employee gets prison time for tampered brats
MILWAUKEE A former employee of Johnsonville Sausage has been sentenced to more than four years in federal prison for putting foreign objects in sausages while he worked at the Sheboygan Falls company.

UW-Stevens Point faculty want regents to oust administrators
MADISON Faculty and students are demanding regents oust the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point's administrators, arguing they're erratic and incompetent.

Family of woman who died at resort files civil lawsuit
MILWAUKEE The family of a 20-year-old Wisconsin woman who drowned at a Mexico resort last year has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.

State farmers averaging $2,145 from farm bailout program
MILWAUKEE Wisconsin farmers will receive about $10 million in federal money from the farm bailout program.  

Paul Ryan lists immigration, debt as biggest regrets
MADISON Outgoing House Speaker Paul Ryan on Thursday named immigration and the national debt as his two biggest regrets as he prepares to leave office after 20 years in Congress, saying he has no immediate plans to return to public office.  

Repeat outbreaks pressure produce industry to step up safety
NEW YORK After repeated food poisoning outbreaks linked to romaine lettuce, the produce industry is confronting the failure of its own safety measures in preventing contaminations.  

Petting zoo kangaroo killed in Wisconsin hit-and-run crash
WAUKECHON A two-day search for a petting zoo kangaroo who hopped away from a northeastern Wisconsin home has come to an unfortunate end after a hit-and-run accident.

4 UW Hospital patients diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease
MADISON Officials at UW Hospital say four hospital patients have developed Legionnaires' disease.

Administrator elected for Madison diocese, funeral set
MADISON The second-in-command to Bishop Robert Morlino has been elected to temporarily lead the Diocese of Madison following the bishop's death.

Court upholds fishing captain's attempted theft conviction
MADISON A judge properly convicted a fishing boat captain of helping his charter stuff a weight inside a fish in hopes of winning thousands of dollars in tournament prizes, a state appeals court ruled Tuesday.

DATCP extends deadline for hemp applications, renewals
MADISON State regulators are giving prospective hemp farmers another two months to apply for licenses for the 2019 growing season.

Hunters kill nearly 7 percent more deer during gun season
MADISON Hunters killed slightly more deer during Wisconsin's nine-day gun season this year than in 2017.

Kwik Trip recalls parfaits with trace tree nuts
LA CROSSE Wisconsin-based Kwik Trip Inc. is recalling some parfaits because they may contain undeclared traces of cashews or almonds.

 

 
 
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