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December 21, 2014

 
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Wisconsin budget
 faces $825 million hole
Police arrest Hamilton
 protesters blocking highway
MADISON Wisconsin's state budget would be $824 million short just to continue the current level of services. That is according to a new analysis released Friday by the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal Bureau. It looked only at what it would cost the state to continue funding levels over the next two years at their current levels, making no concessions for expenses like new tax cuts or potential cuts that would save money.

MILWAUKEE Dozens of demonstrators have been arrested while blocking traffic on Interstate 43 during a march to protest the death of a black man shot by Milwaukee police earlier this year. Hundreds of protesters blocked traffic during rush hour Friday, calling for charges against officer who shot and killed 31-year-old Dontre Hamilton in April.

Lacy, others probable
 for Packers at Tampa Bay
Fischer leads Marquette
 past Alabama A&M 83-49

GREEN BAY With two games left, the Green Bay Packers are playing to win out. Green Bay (10-4) can lock up a sixth-straight postseason berth as early as Sunday, when it plays at Tampa Bay (2-12), the last-place team in the NFC South. "We are close to the playoffs, and we do have to buckle down and focus on the task at hand," running back Eddie Lacy said.

 

MILWAUKEE  Luke Fischer was perfect from the floor, making all eight of his field goal attempts to finish with 22 points and lead Marquette to an 83-49 rout of Alabama A&M on Friday night. Fischer made 6 of 8 free throws and grabbed six rebounds. Steve Taylor Jr. had 16 points and six boards, and Juan Anderson chipped in 13 points for Marquette (6-4).
Milton couple leaves 
land restoration legacy
Milwaukee kickboxer 
denied medal gets donations

MILTON Big bluestem and Indian grass blow peacefully in the winter wind outside the home of Ron and Marti Martin. The Milton couple planted their flourishing prairie the day before Christmas 2003 on Charley Bluff Road. They later built their home on the almost six-acre spot.

 

MILWAUKEE The story of a Milwaukee man with intellectual disabilities who fought in an unregulated kickboxing bout, then was denied the promised medal and money, has prompted some well-wishers to send him both.
Wisconsin DNR
 disappointed in wolf decision
Prepackaged caramel 
apples linked to 4 deaths

MADISON Wisconsin wildlife officials say they're disappointed a federal judge has decided to place Great Lakes wolves back on the endangered species list. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell's order Friday affects Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

 

WASHINGTON Health officials are warning consumers to avoid prepackaged caramel apples because they are linked to four deaths and more than two dozen illnesses in 10 states. Caramel apples are most popular around Halloween, and the outbreak started just before then, in mid-October.

 


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Obama says North Korea hacked Sony, vows response
WASHINGTON President Barack Obama declared that Sony "made a mistake" in shelving a satirical film about a plot to assassinate North Korea's leader, and he pledged the U.S. would respond "in a place and manner and time that we choose" to the hacking attack on Sony that led to the withdrawal.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Auburn defense want to make good impression, contain Gordon
AUBURN, Ala. The Auburn defensive players have two big tasks heading into the Outback Bowl: Preparing to face Melvin Gordon and trying to make a good first impression on their new coordinator.

EVENT


VarekaiVarekai by Cirque du Soleil
Cirque du Soleil is pleased to announce its newest arena show, Varekai will perform at the BMO Harris Bradley Center from December 18-21 for 6 performances only! After 11 years of touring the world under the blue and yellow Big Top, Varekai has begun a new adventure touring the world in arenas. 

SLIDESHOWS



Gunslinger Wrestling Invitational 12-06-14
Posted 12-08-14


West Bend East Gymnastics Invitational 12-06-14
Posted 12-08-14


Kettle Moraine/Mukwonago/
Oconomowoc Co-op vs. Bay Port 12-06-14 Posted 12-08-14


VIDEOS



STEM Academy Game
Posted 12-03-2014


Waukesha Christmas Parade
Posted 11-24-2014


West Bend School Superintendent Ted Neitzke discussing morning incident at the High School
Posted 11-20-2014


Organist Marlene Wondergem performing Psalm XiX by Benedetto Marcello
Posted 11-14-14

Wally Ritterbusch of West Bend on his memories of the Normandy invasion
Posted 11-05-14

 

Love>Hate Project in Hartford
Posted 10-29-14



 
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Humane Society blames lead bullets for bald eagle death
MILWAUKEE One bald eagle has died and another is in serious condition in Wisconsin after ingesting lead from ammunition.

Wisconsin jobs agency losing another top exec
MADISON The fourth chief financial officer in less than four years at the Wisconsin agency charged with job creation and economic development is leaving.

Couple sues county officials for putting down donkey
BUTTERNUT A Wisconsin couple is suing Ashland County officials for euthanizing their mammoth donkey named Jethro.

300-year-old oak tree at UW-Madison to be felled
MADISON The oldest tree on the University of Wisconsin's Madison campus, beloved by some of its youngest students, is coming down.

Van Hollen says foreign land ownership OK
MADISON Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says Wisconsin state law permits foreign ownership of land in some cases.

Wisconsin fraud hotline got 201 tips over 2 years
MADISON A hotline for reporting waste, fraud and abuse in Wisconsin state government has received 201 tips over the past two years.

Milwaukee man pleads guilty to drug charges
MILWAUKEE A Milwaukee man whose girlfriend went missing in 2013 has pleaded guilty to drug charges related to the case.

Milwaukee fatal shooting ruled self-defense
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee police say a 42-year-old man fatally shot a man who was trying to rob him.

Authorities: Milwaukee man crushed under car
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee County authorities say a man has died after his car slipped off a jack and fell on him.

4 arrested following burglaries, chase shooting
MARINETTE Four people were in jail Thursday in northeastern Wisconsin following a police chase, shooting and some home burglaries.

Wisconsin jury acquits man in fatal store stabbing
LA CROSSE A jury has acquitted a man who claimed self-defense in a fatal stabbing at a Kwik Trip store in La Crosse last year.

2 Salvation Army red kettles stolen in Hayward
HAYWARD Two Salvation Army red kettles have been stolen in Hayward in recent weeks. The Salvation Army says one of the kettles contained an estimated $400.

911 service restored after roughly 7-hour outage
MAUSTON Emergency 911 service has been restored to multiple southern Wisconsin counties after an outage that lasted roughly seven hours.

ALCU drops gay marriage lawsuit
MADISON Attorneys who filed a lawsuit seeking legal recognition of hundreds of same-sex marriages performed in June in Wisconsin have dropped their lawsuit after the state said the marriages would be recognized.

Director of religious school group named UW-Madison lobbyist
MADISON The director of a group that advocates for religious and private schools was named Thursday as the new lobbyist for the University of Wisconsin-Madison at a salary 14 percent higher than his predecessor's.

Police: DNA links Milwaukee man to sexual assault
MILWAUKEE Authorities have charged a Milwaukee man whose DNA they say links him to a rape on the city's north side.

Foundation sues state over contraception records
MADISON The Freedom From Religion Foundation is suing the state to obtain records related to a decision not to enforce Wisconsin's contraceptive coverage law.

 

 

 
 
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