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January 30, 2015

 
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MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday that he is seriously considering running for president because he sees gaps in the field of likely Republican candidates, and that he doesn't have a problem with being branded as bland or uncharismatic.
Bullpen perhaps in flux, but 
Brewers turn to Nelson to start

MILWAUKEE — With a month until spring training, the Brewers are minus a workhorse starting pitcher and their All-Star closer. Milwaukee seems committed to staying in-house and turning to young right-hander Jimmy Nelson to fill the spot in rotation that opened following the trade of Yovani Gallardo to the Texas Rangers. 

Packers coach says team will
 learn from wrenching loss

GREEN BAY — Mike McCarthy promised Wednesday to evaluate, make changes and learn from his team's gut-wrenching NFC Championship game loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The Green Bay Packers coach also delivered another promise.

 

Walker plans to keep 
K-12 funding 'largely intact'
Pabst owner considering 
return of brewer to Milwaukee
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday that he plans to keep funding for Wisconsin's public schools "largely intact" in the state budget he will release next week, even if he's proposing cutting $300 million in funding for the University of Wisconsin System.
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Walker refuses to take position on renewable fuel standards
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Walker says he won't reconsider rejection of Kenosha casino
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Walker says UW faculty and staff should do more work

MILWAUKEE — Pabst Brewing Co. could return to the city of its 19th century birth. Pabst shut down its brewery in Milwaukee nearly 20 years ago. But, now its current owner and CEO, Eugene Kashper, is looking for a location in Milwaukee to open a pilot brewery where new products could be made and sampled.

 

House committee passes ban
 on plastic beads polluting lakes
Wisconsin Democrats, 
Republicans spar over carbon limits
INDIANAPOLIS — A bill banning a key exfoliation ingredient in popular cosmetic products passed through an Indiana House committee Wednesday, adding to an effort gaining momentum in other states to protect the Great Lakes. MADISON — Wisconsin Democrats defended the Obama administration's proposed carbon emission limits Wednesday in the face of mounting Republican opposition, arguing during a legislative hearing that the standards would help curb global warming, alleviate health problems and create jobs.


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http://www.apexchange.com/Content/preview/2015/20150116/13/fd69f2f3960765026b0f6a70670081c9.jpgFed sees strengthening economy but stays 'patient' on rates
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve's outlook for the U.S. economy is steadily brightening. Yet the Fed will be "patient" in raising interest rates from record lows. That was the dual message the central bank sent Wednesday in a statement it issued after its latest policy meeting.

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Walker says Bucks arena deal likely to include city, county
RACINE — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says any deal from the state to help pay for a new Milwaukee Bucks arena will also likely have to include contributions from the city and county. Walker spoke about the issue on Wednesday after he announced a plan to have the state use $200 million in bonds to help pay for the arena.

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School officials vote to retain Berlin Indians mascot
BERLIN — Berlin Area School District officials have decided the high school mascot will remain the same amid criticism that it's racially insensitive.

4 Brown Deer teens facing charges following 'sex party'
BROWN DEER — Four middle school students are facing criminal charges after authorities say they recorded themselves at a so-called sex party that took place at a Brown Deer home over winter break.

Department of Natural Resources to offer eagle license plate
MADISON — A Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources official says she hopes a new set of bald eagle license plates will take flight across the state.

Pope a no-show in Green Bay
GREEN BAY — It's no go for a pope show in Green Bay this year. Catholic church leaders said Wednesday that Pope Francis will not include Green Bay in his U.S. tour in September.

Walker announces support for various rural projects
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker says he will propose spending more money to help rural schools, expand broadband in underserved areas of Wisconsin and do more to train workers and invest in rural parts of the state.

Man dies in Milwaukee garage fire
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Fire Department says a man has died in a garage fire. The fire broke out about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday. Deputy Fire Chief Terry Lintonen says firefighters found the man dead.

Walker unmoved by Indiana decision to take Medicaid money
MADISON  — Gov. Scott Walker says he isn't changing his mind about turning down federal money to expand Medicaid coverage under President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law, even though Republican Gov. Mike Pence did just that.

Stack Bros. accused of age discrimination
SUPERIOR — The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has filed a discrimination lawsuit against a large heating and plumbing contractor in northern Wisconsin and northern Minnesota.

Menasha Corp. goes with current site for new headquarters
NEENAH — Packaging maker Menasha Corp. says it will build a new global headquarters on its existing site in eastern Wisconsin.

Dayton airport director resigning for Milwaukee airport job
DAYTON, Ohio — The Dayton International Airport director is resigning to take the job of aviation director at the General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee.

Military plane makes emergency landing at Mitchell airport
MILWAUKEE  — Authorities are investigating after a military plane was forced to make an emergency landing at Mitchell International Airport due to mechanical issues.

Milwaukee County expanding traveling beer garden
MILWAUKEE — A traveling beer garden is expanding for its second annual tour across Milwaukee County.

Sheriff: Friends were flying plane to Alaska when it crashed
OWEN — Wisconsin authorities say two friends were flying a recently purchased airplane to Alaska when it crashed, killing the pilot's father.

Republican says he doesn't support school sanctions
MADISON — A Republican state senator says he does not believe the state can force failing public schools to be converted into independent charter schools.

Illinois woman steers bus to safety after driver collapses
KENOSHA — A 48-year-old Illinois woman is considered a hero by many after preventing a serious tour bus accident in Kenosha County after the driver suffered a medical emergency.

Senate to hold hearing on school accountability bill
MADISON — Failing public schools would have no sanctions under a bill scheduled for a public hearing before a state Senate committee.

Hartland high school students visit with therapy dogs
HARTLAND — A high school in Waukesha (WAW'-kih-shaw) County is hosting visits from therapy dogs to help students cope with the stress of finals week.

Fundraisers want $2.3 million to upgrade Birkie ski trails
CABLE — Supporters of North America's largest cross country ski race want to raise $2.3 million to renovate the trails where it's held in northern Wisconsin.

 

 
 
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