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LANSING, Mich. - Michigan Republicans determined to dilute the authority of newly elected Democrats could see the power play thwarted by a moderate GOP governor, who is not certain to go along with the Legislature like Wisconsin's more partisan Gov. Scott Walker. Term-limited Rick Snyder is not tipping his hand on whether he will sign the legislation if it is sent to him in the final days of a frantic lame-duck session. In contrast, Walker let it be known early in the Wisconsin process that he was likely to be on board with Republican lawmakers there.
Bucks hold on late for 107-104 
win over Pistons
DETROIT — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 32 points and 12 rebounds, and the Milwaukee Bucks held on for a 107-104 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night when Blake Griffin missed a last-second 3-pointer. Griffin actually missed two 3s in the final 14 seconds. The Detroit star already had a triple-double after three quarters, but it was a quiet fourth for him.
Sam and Joey Hauser give No. 20 Marquette a brotherly boost
MILWAUKEE - There have been times when guard Markus Howard can't tell Marquette teammates Sam and Joey Hauser apart. They have similar builds and games, along with a familiarity on the floor that comes with playing a lot of basketball together. The brotherly bond has given a boost to the 20th-ranked Golden Eagles, who are off to an 8-2 start while weathering nonconference tests.
Whitewater chancellor quits after husband banned from campus Farm Bill awaits Trump’s signature
MADISON - University of Wisconsin-Whitewater Chancellor Beverly Kopper announced Monday that she will resign from her leadership role at the end of the year, six months after her husband was banned from campus amid sexual harassment complaints from several women. Kopper sent a campus-wide email announcing that her last day on the job will be Dec. 31. She offered no explanation. She submitted her resignation to UW System President Ray Cross on Dec. 6, writing that she knows the Board of Regents wants different leadership at UW-Whitewater.

WEST BEND — The Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 — better known as the Farm Bill — is awaiting President Donald Trump’s signature. “The farm bill brings much-needed assurance that programs will be in place to help Wisconsin farmers survive these difficult times,” Wisconsin Farm Bureau President Jim Holte said. The bill brings particularly good news for dairy farmers.
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Port Washington State Bank expanding

Wisconsin's early voting limit challenged in federal court Health insurance on demand? 
Some are betting on it
MADISON - The fight over restricting early voting in Wisconsin returned to federal court Monday, three days after Gov. Scott Walker signed into law a new limit passed during a lame-duck legislative session. A coalition of liberal groups, with the support of former Democratic U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, asked a federal judge to block implementation of the early voting restrictions. People with health insurance often pay for coverage they never use. A startup wants to shake that up. It's a radical idea: On-demand insurance that lets customers buy some of their coverage only if and when they need it, similar to how TV viewers might rent a new release from Amazon instead of paying every month for a pricey cable package they rarely use.


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US surgeon general warns of teen risks from e-cigarettes
WASHINGTON - The government's top doctor is taking aim at the best-selling electronic cigarette brand in the U.S., urging swift action to prevent Juul and similar vaping brands from addicting millions of teenagers. In an advisory Tuesday, Surgeon General Jerome Adams said parents, teachers, health professionals and government officials must take "aggressive steps" to keep children from using e-cigarettes. 

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Packers, Philbin prep for final 2 games of losing season
GREEN BAY - The Green Bay Packers find themselves in unfamiliar territory, with no playoff berth to chase but quarterback Aaron Rodgers healthy enough to play in the final two games of a going-nowhere season. If interim head coach Joe Philbin has anything to say about it, anyone who is healthy enough to play - including Rodgers - will play next weekend against the New York Jets despite the circumstances.

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Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival
For the 20th year, the most dazzling time in town has arrived. Enjoy the Milwaukee Holiday Lights Festival evenings through New Year's Day. Visit three parks: Cathedral Square, Pere Marquette and Zeidler Union Square. Nothing says happy holidays like the lights downtown.

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Detective sues Netflix over 'Making a Murderer' series
MADISON - A former detective is suing the filmmakers who produced the Netflix series "Making a Murderer" alleging the documentary defamed him.

Union workers on strike against Ashland manufacturer
ASHLAND - Union workers at a northern Wisconsin manufacturer are on strike.

Alliant Energy Center plan calls for increased connectivity
MADISON - Local officials hope that a plan to redevelop an events center in Madison will help the campus better accommodate events and stay competitive, with the first phase of the plan estimated to cost about $300 million.

Former Wisconsin Assembly candidate charged with felony
MADISON - Prosecutors have charged a former Democratic state Assembly candidate with a felony for allegedly forging signatures on her nomination papers.

Pilot suffers minor injuries in small plane crash near Lodi
LODI, Wis. - Authorities say the pilot of a small plane suffered minor injuries in a crash near the Lodi Lakeland Airport.

Wisconsin event offers mentorship through archery
LA CROSSE - Ray Howell was on the streets at a young age, fleeing one foster home after another, in and out of juvenile detention.

Wisconsin composer's music getting national exposure
JANESVILLE - Composer and pianist Matthew Hollingsworth wonders if his music bosses somehow know when he has a day off. 

Officials investigate death of inmate at Milwaukee lockup
MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin officials are investigating the death of an inmate at the Felmers O. Chaney Correctional Center in Milwaukee.

Crews find prized lumber in gutted Wisconsin warehouses
RACINE - A Wisconsin material design company is reclaiming 19th century timber from gutted warehouses in Racine that a company official says it like finding "a needle in a haystack."

As Wisconsin's Walker exits, Vos ready to step forward
MADISON, Wis. — His voice nearly gone following all-night negotiations, Robin Vos stood on the floor of the Wisconsin Assembly just after sunrise and calmly made the case for legislation aimed at taking power from the incoming Democratic governor. 

Wisconsin residents seek to preserve Driftless Area
DODGEVILLE - The combines and balers are idle but the grain and hay wagons have found new purpose as winter descends on the Driftless Area.

Women in clergy becoming a growing trend across the US
WEST BEND - Cristy Schoob is grateful and blessed, maybe even a bit lucky, she got the message when she did. 

Gas plant debate moves from Minnesota to Wisconsin
SUPERIOR, Wis. - Clean energy advocates will get a second chance to block a proposed natural gas plant in northern Wisconsin, though odds will not be in their favor. 

Wisconsin, Michigan Republicans enact lame-duck limits
MADISON - Republicans in Wisconsin and Michigan enacted last-minute limits on Democratic power Friday, with outgoing GOP governors in both Upper Midwest states signing measures protecting their priorities before leaving office in less than a month. 

Germantown police investigate reported road rage shooting
GERMANTOWN — Germantown police are investigating a reported road rage shooting in which a man was injured.

Former priest to face trial for alleged abuse decades ago
HAYWARD — A former priest accused of sexually abusing at least three boys in Wisconsin decades ago has been bound over for trial.

Gathering offers hope for teen missing since parents' deaths
BARRON — A Wisconsin girl who investigators believe was kidnapped after her parents were killed two months ago is being honored in her hometown with a Christmas tree adorned with messages of hope for her safe return.  

Trump's search for a new chief of staff has reality TV feel
WASHINGTON — Serious contenders are hiding from view. Celebrity hangers-on are applying via Twitter. 

Walker executes $28M deal to save nearly 400 jobs at Kimberly-Clark plant
MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker executed a $28 million deal Thursday to save nearly 400 jobs at a Kimberly-Clark Corp. plant. 

Oil pipeline opponents look past Minnesota regulators
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. 

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.

 

 
 
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