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MADISON — Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' pick to head the Wisconsin Department of Health Services won approval Wednesday from a Republican-controlled legislative committee, despite objections from one senator about the hiring of a former Planned Parenthood lobbyist as deputy of the agency.
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Evers calls GOP concerns over gun bills 'BS'
Brewers knock Cardinals out of 1st place with 5-3 win
ST. LOUIS  — Mike Moustakas homered and Keston Hiura drove in a pair of runs to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in a rain-shortened game Wednesday night. The game was stopped after 7 1/2 innings and made official following a rain delay of 66 minutes. Milwaukee broke a six-game losing streak against the Cardinals, who were knocked out of first place in the NL Central — falling one-half game behind the Cubs.
NFL 2019 predictions: Tough Bears 'D' has company in NFC North
The hit HBO show "Game of Thrones" that racked up a record 32 Emmy nominations became such a cultural force that it even unintentionally spawned a slogan for one of the NFL's most tradition-rich divisions. "Defend the North" was a familiar mantra for the mythical characters in the vicious drama. That might as well be the theme of this season for the Chicago Bears, who became NFC North champions last year for the first time since 2010 behind a ferocious defense led by All-Pro edge rusher Khalil Mack.
>>NFL 2019: LaFleur, Rodgers look to lead Pack past weak 2018
Wisconsin hemp bill changed to appease law enforcement Businesses on the move
MADISON — A bipartisan proposal designed to help Wisconsin's fledgling hemp industry has been modified to appease concerns of law enforcement. Police testified against the measure earlier this year because it prevented someone who had consumed a legal product made with trace amounts of THC, such as the hemp derivative CBD, from being charged with operating while intoxicated.

 

CEDARBURG — Cedarburg continues to change as businesses come and go or relocate. “We do have some ups and downs with spaces opening and closing and right now it does seem like there’s quite a bit of ‘for rent’ signs out in the historic district, but a lot of that is because of buildings being sold and marketed for rent and businesses simply relocating within the city of Cedarburg,” said Mary Sheffield, economic development coordinator for the city of Cedarburg.
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Milwaukee-W-O-W unemployment drops slightly to 3.8% in July
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Pabst Farms Apartments project takes step forward
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Hartford officials close on land for new parking lot
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Meadowlark Storage closer to getting permit renewed
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Retailers' results show sharp divide between losers, winners
Trump flip-flops on tax cuts, saying US has 'strong economy' Sanders, Harris set for showdown in delegate-rich California
WASHINGTON — A day after considering cutting taxes to promote economic growth, President Donald Trump changed course and said he would abandon the idea because the nation already had "a strong economy." Trump's flip-flop on Wednesday came after recent market volatility and economic uncertainty. SOUTH PASADENA, Calif. — Bernie Sanders has promised to win the California presidential primary in March, but home-state Sen. Kamala Harris is defending her turf — putting the two on a collision course in a state both see as a critical steppingstone to the White House.


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Retailers' results show sharp divide between losers, winners
NEW YORK — The divide between retail winners and losers is widening. That became even more evident Wednesday with the latest batch of earnings reports: Big-box stores and off-price retailers have been responding faster to shoppers' increasing shift online with expanded deliveries and better merchandise. But many mall-based clothing chains and department stores continue to suffer weak sales as they struggle to lure in shoppers.

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Raiders-Packers game lands in Winnipeg on Thursday
The Raiders' worldwide tour gets started in the preseason when they play a "home" exhibition against Green Bay in Canada. The Raiders will be the first team to play games in three countries in one season; they also will play a "home" game in the regular season in London against Chicago on Oct. 6.

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Germanfest
The city of West Bend has always held fast to a strong German tradition and 33 years ago neighbors turned out to raise a toast to Gemutlichkeit. On August 30, 1986 local businessman Herb Tennies, his family and a handful of neighboring shop owners cordoned off a portion of Downtown Main Street on a sunny afternoon and welcomed neighbors to drink beer, kick up their heels and polka in the streets.

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Opening Day: Wilsons
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School staff member accused of sexually assaulting student
GREEN BAY — A staff member at a Green Bay high school is accused of sexually assaulting a male student.

DNR board to consider rule closing grouse season early
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources board is considering an emergency rule to shorten Wisconsin's ruffed grouse season to protect the population.

Wisconsin man extradited to Missouri in wife's 2006 death
COLUMBIA, Mo. — A Wisconsin man accused of killing his wife 13 years ago has been extradited to Missouri to stand trial.

Del Monte closing corn-packing plant in northern Illinois
MENDOTA, Ill. — Del Monte Foods will close a corn-packing plant in north central Illinois, idling more than 600 full-time and seasonal employees.

Man implicated in missing brothers case charged in Kansas
FORT SCOTT, Kan. — A man charged with tampering with a vehicle owned by two missing Wisconsin brothers is facing new charges in Kansas.

Regulators OK southwestern Wisconsin power line
MADISON — State regulators have approved a contentious power line project in southwestern Wisconsin.

Employee accused of threatening Menards distribution center
EAU CLAIRE — A Wisconsin man is accused of threatening to open fire at a Menards distribution center.

Woman dies, man injured in fall into Winnebago County quarry
POYGAN — A woman has died and her husband was injured after they fell into a quarry in Winnebago County.

Evers seeks federal disaster declaration for 18 counties
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers is seeking a federal disaster declaration for 18 counties and two tribes that suffered damage during severe storms in July.

12-year-old Milwaukee girl shot when bullets strike home
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a 12-year-old girl was shot when bullets struck her home.

Semi driver convicted in bus crash that injured 33
PORTAGE — A semi driver accused of taking too many prescription pills before his rig slammed into a disabled school bus and injured 33 people in Columbia County has been found guilty of felony charges.

Fond du Lac man pleads guilty to grisly shooting death
JUNEAU — A Fond du Lac man has pleaded guilty in a grisly homicide, and prosecutors are seeking life without parole.

Teen helping with storm cleanup killed by falling tree
CHETEK — Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin are investigating the death of a teenager who was hit by a falling tree while helping with storm cleanup.

Man convicted of killing officer fires attorneys
MILWAUKEE — A man convicted of killing a Milwaukee police officer has fired his attorneys two weeks before his sentencing.

Hy-Vee warns of security problem with credit card readers
WEST DES MOINES, Iowa — An Iowa-based grocery store chain is warning customers about what it says is a security incident involving payment card systems.

Wisconsin unemployment rate increases to 3%
MADISON — Wisconsin's unemployment rate is up for the second month in a row. The state Department of Workforce Development reported Thursday that Wisconsin's unemployment rate for July was 3%.

Preliminary hearing set in case involving missing brothers
KINGSTON, Mo.— A judge has set a hearing to determine whether there is enough evidence to try a man for tampering with a vehicle used by two Wisconsin brothers who are missing and presumed dead in Missouri.

Bill calls for DNR to sell bug spray to prevent Lyme disease
MADISON — Griffin Austin was an 11-year-old kid two years ago, spending his days outside playing second base, shooting hoops and fishing.

Remains of Wisconsin soldier killed in Korea return home
ASHLAND — A 19-year-old Wisconsin soldier killed during the Korean War nearly 70 years ago will be buried in his hometown.

Protester to plead guilty to seeking radioactive material
MADISON — A political protester from Wisconsin who once ran against then-House Speaker Paul Ryan will plead guilty to seeking radioactive material under terms of a plea agreement filed in federal court.

Wisconsin State Fair sets modern-day attendance record
MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin State Fair officials say this year's fair set a modern-day attendance record. Organizers say 1.1 million people visited the 11-day fair that ended Sunday in Milwaukee.

DNR spent nearly $10K to host wasting disease summit
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources spent nearly $10,000 to bring wildlife officials from around the Midwest to Madison for a conference on chronic wasting disease.

Wisconsin mother accused of leaving children in hot car
MILWAUKEE — A suburban Milwaukee mother is charged with child neglect after her two young children were found alone in a hot car outside a store.

Body found on Lake Michigan shore ID'ed as missing swimmer
MILWAUKEE — Authorities have identified a body found off the Lake Michigan shore in a Milwaukee suburb as a missing 19-year-old swimmer.

Steeple, bell tower of Mazomanie church destroyed in fire
MADISON — The steeple and bell tower of a 127-year-old church in Mazomanie burned down during a thunderstorm.

Wisconsin home explodes, killing man who was likely asleep
MANAWA — Authorities in Wisconsin say a man was killed when his home exploded. Waupaca County Sheriff Tim Wilz tells news outlets that the man killed in the Sunday morning explosion was likely asleep. 

Health officials confirm new cases of vaping damage
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services says doctors in Wisconsin have confirmed new cases of lung disease tied to vaping.

Madison woman grazed by bullet as she slept
MADISON — Police say a woman was grazed by a bullet fired from outside her Madison apartment while she slept.

DOC releases inmates' protected health information
MADISON — Wisconsin prison officials say they illegally released information that could reveal whether inmates are in substance abuse treatment.

Regulators fine contractor $25,000 following gas explosion
MADISON — Wisconsin regulators have leveled a $25,000 fine against a contractor involved in gas explosion last year in Sun Prairie that killed a firefighter.

2 killed in Washington County interstate crash
TOWN OF POLK — Authorities say two people have died in a single-vehicle crash in Washington County.

 

 
 
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