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MILWAUKEE - When students graduate from the Indian Community School, located on a wooded campus in Franklin, they leave a close-knit environment, where Native cultures, languages and values are woven into their education. They spread out to high schools across the Milwaukee area, where they are thrown into contact with students from different cultural, racial, ethnic and religious backgrounds. Last year, through a program called Repairing Together, the classmates learned about the lives of Jewish, Latinx and African American students.
Giannis scores 27 on 25th birthday, Bucks rout Clippers 119-91
MILWAUKEE — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 27 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Milwaukee Bucks to their 14th straight victory, a 119-91 rout of the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night. Antetokounmpo, on his 25th birthday, made 11 of 20 shots and recorded his 21st double-double of the season. “I was 25 once, but I wasn't that good,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said after joking that he wanted to see Antetokounmpo's birth certificate.
No. 2 Ohio St. chases playoff spot against No. 10 Wisconsin
INDIANAPOLIS - Ohio State coach Ryan Day mapped everything out months ago. He expected to finish the Big Ten season with three straight top-10 games. He anticipated seeking an unprecedented third straight outright league crown. And he believed the Buckeyes would return to the College Football Playoff for the first time in three years. Now, as No. 2 Ohio State prepares for Saturday's conference championship game, Day wants the Buckeyes to do follow the same script he's been preaching all season.
Wisconsin roads panel 
reconvenes after 5-year hiatus
Instruments worth $28,000 stolen from UW-Madison lockers
MADISON, Wis. — A bipartisan commission tasked with making recommendations on what major Wisconsin road projects should move forward met for the first time in half a decade on Friday. The Transportation Projects Commission did not recommend any new projects at its meeting, but Wisconsin Department of Transportation Secretary Craig Thompson said it would consider new projects, and how to pay for them, at future meetings.

MADISON - Six instruments worth $28,000, including a $10,000 violin, have been stolen from lockers inside a University of Wisconsin-Madison campus building, police said. There are no suspects in the robberies which police told the Wisconsin State Journal likely happened sometime over the long Thanksgiving holiday weekend. University police were scouring security footage and contacting local music stores and pawn shops in search of the instruments.

Sheriff urges media to keep school stabber's name secret Audit faults oversight of state-owned residential properties
OSHKOSH, Wis. - A 16-year-old Wisconsin high school student who was shot after he stabbed a police officer could face attempted homicide charges, but authorities are asking media outlets to keep his name secret out of fear of sparking copycat incidents. Oshkosh West High School resource officer Michael Wissink shot the student on Tuesday after the teen allegedly stabbed him in his office. It's unclear what led up to the altercation. Wissink, a 21-year Oshkosh Police Department veteran, survived his wounds. MADISON - Wisconsin hasn't properly tracked all state-owned residential properties that are leased to state employees such as park rangers and University of Wisconsin faculty, an audit released Friday found. The report from the nonpartisan Legislative Audit Bureau said that mismanagement resulted in the undercharging of nearly $63,000 in rent this year alone because no increases had been implemented since 1998. The audit came as the result of a tip to the state's waste, fraud and abuse hotline.


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US firms keep hiring, easing worries of weakening economy
WASHINGTON - American businesses have complained for years that they can't find the workers they need to fill available jobs. November's robust hiring gain suggests that at least some have found a way to do so. With the unemployment rate now at a half-century low of 3.5%, many economists have also warned that hiring would soon slow simply because there are fewer unemployed workers available. 

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Washington to face Rodgers in first December trip to Lambeau
GREEN BAY - The Washington Redskins this week prepared to face Aaron Rodgers by having backup quarterback Case Keenum try to do his best imitation of the two-time MVP in practice. Even mimicking the voice inflections and cadences Rodgers often uses to draw opposing defenders offside and earn free plays."We try to mirror that," interim coach Bill Callahan said.

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2019 Oconomowoc Christmas Parade
Enjoy the festive start to the month at the annual 2019 Oconomowoc Christmas Parade presented by the Oconomowoc Kiwanis Breakfast Club. The fun kicks off at 5 p.m. Saturday. Experience Christmas lights, music and entertainment. We're excited to share the Yankee Dutchmen Band to play at Lakerz after the parade.

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Opening Day at Miller Park 03-28-19
Posted 04-04-19


March Photos of the Month 
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2019 Spring Election 04-02-19
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Relighting of West Bend Theatre Sign
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Opening Day: Wilsons
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Ron's Barber Shop
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Pintens Strong
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WWE Polar Plunge in Hartford
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Polar Bear Plunge
Posted 01-02-2019

 
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UW regents approve 2% pay raises 
for chancellors

MADISON - The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents has approved 2% raises for all 13 system chancellors.

3-story commercial building damaged by fire in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE - Firefighters have brought a huge fire in a commercial building north of downtown Milwaukee under control early Friday morning. 

Woman sent to prison for selling drugs at 'meth farm'
BUTTERNUT — A woman will spend more than five years in federal prison for selling methamphetamine from a rural property in northern Wisconsin known as the 'meth farm.'

Energy company leaves debris in Michigan, delays report
PETOSKEY, Mich.  — A Canadian-based energy transportation company's preparation of a proposed tunnel that would house a petroleum pipeline caused a borehole to collapse in Michigan, which left debris in the waterway.

Democrats say Trump impeachment charges must come swiftly
WASHINGTON — House Democrats moved aggressively to draw up formal articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump on Thursday, with Speaker Nancy Pelosi saying he “leaves us no choice” but to act swiftly because he's likely to corrupt the system again unless removed before next year's election. 

US feels the heat as Trump pulls out of global climate pact
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is aiming to make the annual U.N.-sponsored climate talks underway in Madrid the last ones for full participation by the United States, which is the world's No. 1 economy and the second-biggest carbon emitter.  

Investigators to brief Wisconsin Guard leader on sex probe
MADISON — Federal investigators plan to brief the Wisconsin National Guard's top commander this weekend on findings from a seven-month review of the Guard's sexual assault reporting and investigation protocols, Gov. Tony Evers said Thursday in a letter to legislative leaders.

Milwaukee police find woman, baby dead, malnourished boy
Milwaukee police have discovered a 24-year-old woman and a 3-month-old boy dead in an apartment on the city's north side.

Charges reduced in Freakfest Halloween homicide
MADISON — Charges have been reduced for a woman accused of fatally shooting a man during Madison’s Freakfest Halloween celebration last year.

Wife of Wisconsin pharmacist held in his 2006 fatal shooting
WAUSAU — The wife of a central Wisconsin pharmacist fatally shot in his home 13 years ago is being held on $1 million cash bond in connection with his death.

Wisconsin researchers find microplastics in Boundary Waters
EAU CLAIRE— Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire have found microplastics in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of northern Minnesota.

Menstrual products now available in state buildings
MADISON — Feminine hygiene products are now available for free in bathrooms at 24 state office buildings across Wisconsin.

Wisconsin woman sends care packages to troops overseas
HARTFORD - A Wisconsin woman who began sending care packages to her two sons deployed in the Middle East is now doing the same for hundreds of troops overseas in time for Christmas.

Police investigate Green Bay man for fatal hit-and-run
ASHWAUBENON, Wis. - Police say they're investigating a 38-year-old Green Bay man for the death of a man found in a ditch after officers responded to a report of a hit-and-run involving a car and a deer.

Powerful storm interrupts nation's busiest travel weekend
A powerful storm making its way east from California is causing major disruptions during the year's busiest travel weekend, as forecasters warned that intensifying snow and ice could thwart millions of people across the country hoping to get home after Thanksgiving. 

Wintry weather back in the Dakotas after Thanksgiving break
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Travelers across the Dakotas and Minnesota braced for a return of wintery weather this weekend, with up to 2 feet of snow expected in the Black Hills.

High-tech snowplows on order to help Dane County drivers
MADISON - Help is on the way for Dane County motorists who have been trying to navigate well-traveled highways in times of bad winter weather.

Wisconsin man's sentencing for Iowa slaying delayed
NEW HAMPTON, Iowa - The sentencing of a Wisconsin man found guilty of manslaughter in Iowa has been delayed a week.

Neighbors oppose expansion of Madison homeless shelter
MADISON - A group of neighbors in Madison is appealing a city board's decision to approve expansion of a homeless shelter and allow the development of low-cost housing on the city's east side.

Thanksgiving brings brief respite from worst of snow, winds
Wintry weather temporarily loosened its grip across much of the U.S. just in time for Thanksgiving, but travelers were bracing for heavy snow and blizzard conditions in some areas as they made plans to return home. 

After wind scare, balloons fly in Macy's Thanksgiving parade
NEW YORK - The beloved balloons flew, but lower than usual, in a windy Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade after an anxious weather watch. 

Trump impeachment drive has similarities to Wisconsin recall
MADISON - A divisive leader drove the opposition to extreme measures. 

Legislators look to expand convict release notifications
MADISON - A bipartisan group of lawmakers is looking to expand notifications when serious criminals are released from prison.

Minnesota reports 1 case of hepatitis A linked to outbreak
ST. PAUL, Minn. - Minnesota health officials say the state has reported its first case of hepatitis A linked to blackberries sold at Fresh Thyme grocery stores in September.

The small-town movie house braces for an unexpected threat
NEW YORK - The Callicoon Theater is a single-screen cinema along the banks of the Delaware River in the Catskills, in rural upstate New York. It has an art-deco facade and 380 seats. 

Records lawsuit cost taxpayers $26,500 in legal bills
MADISON - Assembly Republicans' refusal to hand over records in an electronic format has cost taxpayers $26,500 in legal bills. 

Winter storm threatens to scramble Thanksgiving travel plans
MINNEAPOLIS - A day after bringing havoc to the Rocky Mountains, a powerful winter storm rolled across the Midwest on Wednesday, threatening to scramble Thanksgiving plans for millions of people during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. 

Still uncertain if NYC Thanksgiving parade balloons will fly
NEW YORK - How high will they fly? That's the question Thursday morning for the giant balloons at the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Parade officials and the New York Police Department are keeping an eye on wind gauges along the 2.5-mile (4-kilometer) parade route that snakes through Manhattan. 

Discovery of human remains investigated in Adams County
FRIENDSHIP — State and local authorities are investigating the discovery of some human remains in rural Adams County.

Mother gets 40 years for sexually assaulting her children
APPLETON — A Fox Valley mother will spend decades behind bars for sexually assaulting her two young children and making explicit videos.

Central Washington VP named UW-Stout chancellor
MADISON — The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents has selected UW-Stout’s next chancellor.

Milwaukee acid attack defendant refuses psych evaluation
MILWAUKEE — A 61-year-old Milwaukee man accused of throwing acid on a Latino man’s face during a racist attack is refusing a psychiatric evaluation to determine whether he can assist in his own defense.

Wisconsin man gets life in wife’s death; body never found
STEVENS POINT — A judge has sentenced a Stevens Point man to life in prison after he was convicted of killing his wife and hiding her copse.

Opening deer weekend harvest totals dip dramatically
MADISON — Hunters killed far fewer deer during opening weekend of Wisconsin’s traditional nine-day gun season than last year after the season’s unusually late start kept them from taking to the woods during the rut, state wildlife officials said Tuesday.  

US travelers brace for snowy Thanksgiving, ‘bomb cyclone’
MINNEAPOLIS — A day after bringing havoc to the Rocky Mountains, a powerful winter storm rolled across the Midwest on Wednesday, threatening to scramble Thanksgiving plans for millions of people during one of the busiest travel weeks of the year. 

Evers signs bill making Wisconsin hemp program permanent
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday signed into law a bipartisan bill that makes Wisconsin’s hemp-growing program permanent as it continues to surge in popularity in just its second year.  

Impeachment fight leaves voters cold in contested Wisconsin
RACINE — There’s not a lot that Republicans and Democrats in this political battlefield agree on, but the impeachment probe into President Donald Trump may have surfaced one: The public hearings aren’t moving the needle. 

Last soldiers from Red Arrow group return from Afghanistan
MADISON — The remaining 200 or so soldiers from a Wisconsin Army National Guard’s Red Arrow infantry group have returned home from Afghanistan.

Sun Prairie schools investigating student in blackface
SUN PRAIRIE — The Sun Prairie Area School District is investigating a student who wore blackface at a girls basketball game.

Court won’t revive suit against gun site over spa shooting
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court won’t revive a lawsuit against a firearms website over a suburban Milwaukee spa shooting.

4 people injured during opening weekend of deer hunt
MADISON — Four people are recovering after they were shot during the opening weekend of Wisconsin’s gun deer hunt.

 

 
 
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