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September 5, 2015

 
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MADISON - Republicans working on a bill that would prohibit research using tissue from aborted fetuses announced Friday they've amended the measure to allow some experiments but University of Wisconsin-Madison scientists say the move doesn't go nearly far enough to protect their work.

Brewers at Reds game 
postponed because of rain
CINCINNATI - This was a new and unexpected experience for Craig Counsell: Sitting through the rain. Storms moved into the Cincinnati area shortly before the start of the Milwaukee Brewers' scheduled game against the Reds on Friday night, prompting the third postponement this season at Great American Ball Park. It was Counsell's first postponement since he took over as manager on May 4 for Ron Roenicke. Milwaukee's had only three rain delays all season.
Jordy Nelson to be inducted 
in K-State Ring of Honor

MANHATTAN, Kan. - Jordy Nelson's favorite Kansas State memory doesn't involve a record, recognition or even an iconic moment such as carrying Bill Snyder off the field following the coach's final game of his first tenure with the Wildcats. The Green Bay receiver's fondest memory is tailgating as a teenager with friends and family before watching Darren Sproles and Michael Bishop play. It's also finding time for an impromptu pickup game on a hill on the northeast corner of Bill Snyder Family Stadium.

Harley riders rumble into 
Milwaukee for rally, bike show
Jailed clerk vows not to back 
down, no resolution in sight
MILWAUKEE - Gearheads converged on the Harley-Davidson Museum on Friday to show off, talk shop and get started on a weekend motorcycle rally and custom bike show. Tents outside the museum featured T-shirts, trinkets made from spare parts, custom pin-striping, Harley's new line, pencil sketches, fine art, industrial art and - of course - custom leather. There was also a stage with a rock band and a tattoo booth.

GRAYSON, Ky. - Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis will spend Labor Day weekend in isolation at the Carter County Detention Center with her Bible and her clear conscience. At least three same-sex couples will spend the weekend planning weddings after finally receiving the marriage licenses they asked for months ago but were denied because Davis believes gay marriage is a sin.

Wisconsin Democrats target health insurance rates with bill Police: Madison officer 
threatened while breaking up fight
MADISON - Democrats in the Wisconsin Legislature are pushing a bill designed to prevent large increases in health insurance rates, but it's doubtful Republicans who hold a majority and control the legislative agenda will get behind it. Democrats and supporters of President Barack Obama's federal health care law who unveiled the proposal on Thursday have been frequent critics of Gov. Scott Walker's approach toward the Affordable Care Act.  MADISON - Madison police officials are alarmed by the anti-police sentiments expressed in a crowd of residents this week when an officer intervened to stop a fight, according to a police spokesman. The incident played out amid heightened tensions between police officers and some civilians, especially those in minority neighborhoods, both locally and nationally. 

 



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US jobless rate falls to 7-year low; Fed move still unclear
WASHINGTON - U.S. unemployment fell to a seven-year low of 5.1 percent last month, but hiring slowed - a mixed bag of news that offers few clues to whether the Federal Reserve will raise rock-bottom interest rates later this month. The Labor Department report, issued Friday, was closely watched because it will be the last snapshot of the job market before the Fed meets in two weeks. 

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Packers' Guion, Jones await substance abuse suspensions
GREEN BAY - Packers defensive lineman Letroy Guion plans to stay in Green Bay during his three-game suspension to work out and get ready for the rest of the season. The NFL announced the suspension last week, saying the eight-year-pro violated the league's policy of substance abuse. The discipline stemmed from an offseason traffic stop in Florida, where police said they found three-quarters of a pound of marijuana.

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St. Boniface Catholic Parish Fall FestivalCome kick off the last days of summer at the St. Boniface Catholic Parish Fall Festival Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy the three on three basketball tournament, outdoor mass celebration under the big top, Christian Mother's craft and bake sale, and inflatables for children. Food and beer tents will be open. Enter the sheepshead tournament, game tent, bag toss, cash raffle, top 20 raffles and free live classic rock by The Verdict.

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Medical Examiner: 2 dead in New Richmond fire were stabbed
NEW RICHMOND - A mother and daughter found dead in a New Richmond house fire were likely stabbed.

Bridge connecting Minnesota, Wisconsin delayed until 2017
STILLWATER, Minn. - Construction of the new St. Croix River bridge connecting Minnesota and Wisconsin is expected to continue into 2017.

Brother and sister die in Milwaukee house fire overnight
MILWAUKEE - A brother and sister who neighbors said were too scared to jump from the second story of their house died Friday after they became trapped in a fire.

Wisconsin lieutenant governor heading to Japan, Taiwan
MADISON - Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch is headed to Japan and Taiwan on a seven-day trade mission this month.

Police: Woman killed, man hurt in Milwaukee shooting
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee police say a 39-year-old woman has died in a shooting that also injured a 41-year-old man.

Harley riders rumble into Milwaukee for custom bike show
MILWAUKEE Gearheads are converging on the Harley-Davidson Museum near downtown Milwaukee to show off and talk shop over Labor Day weekend at a motorcycle rally and custom bike show.

Woman, girl found dead after western Wisconsin house fire
NEW RICHMOND Police say a woman and her daughter were found dead after a house fire in western Wisconsin and a 37-year-old suspect has been arrested in Texas.

Butterfly sculpture stolen from 6-year-old girl's grave
DUNDEE A family is asking for help after a memorial to their daughter was stolen from her grave in Fond du Lac County.

Joy Global 3Q results miss Street, lowers guidance
MILWAUKEE Joy Global's fiscal third-quarter results missed analysts' estimates as falling commodity prices led to project delays and customers holding off on spending. The mining equipment maker cut its full-year outlook further.

Former chief justice appeals decision in lawsuit over title
MADISON Former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson has appealed a ruling that her fellow justices properly stripped her of her title.

Police: Suspect arrested in Waukesha fatal shooting
WAUKESHA Police say they've arrested a 35-year-old man in the fatal shooting of another man last month in Waukesha.

First television ad backing Walker touts fight with unions
MADISON The first television ad backing Republican Gov. Scott Walker's presidential campaign to begin airing in Iowa next week highlights his 2011 battle with public sector unions.

Sausage patties recalled after complaints of metal pieces
KENOSHA A Wisconsin company is recalling roughly 89,000 pounds of pork sausage patties after officials say consumers complained of finding small pieces of metal.

Supreme Court to hear arguments in record redaction case
MADISON The state Supreme Court will hear arguments this month on whether police can redact information gleaned from driver data from reports released to the public.

Report: Wisconsin police officers chasing more suspects
APPLETON High-speed police chases and injuries are becoming more common in Wisconsin, despite some police departments' restrictions on chases over minor infractions, according to a recent analysis of Wisconsin Department of Transportation records.

Survey: Wisconsin farmland values dip in 2nd quarter of 2015
MILWAUKEE A survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago says the value of Wisconsin farmland in its district fell about 2 percent from April through June.

Bills targeting Planned Parenthood funding up for hearing
MADISON A Republican bill to block federal money from going to Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin is up for a public hearing.

Police: 5 sickened by smoking synthetic marijuana
LANCASTER Lancaster police say five people were taken to a hospital after allegedly smoking synthetic marijuana.

 

 
 
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