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MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee man accused of killing a teenager with a hammer and knife — and later burning the body — called police during the attack to make it seem like someone broke into the house, but officers never arrived, prosecutors said in court documents Wednesday.
Brewers' 7-run 4th helps sweep Diamondbacks 9-2
MILWAUKEE - Travis Shaw hit a three-run homer and Jesus Aguilar had a go-ahead, two-run single during a seven-run fourth inning to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat Arizona 9-2 Wednesday and send the Diamondbacks to their seventh straight loss. Brent Suter (4-3) allowed two runs and four hits in 5 2/3 innings as the NL Central-leading Brewers moved a season-high 12 games over .500.
Milwaukee chief apologizes for arrest of Bucks guard Brown
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales apologized to Bucks guard Sterling Brown on Wednesday for a January arrest that started with a parking violation and escalated to include the use of a stun gun, and he said some officers were disciplined.
>>Bucks guard Sterling Brown's statement on Milwaukee arrest
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Video of Brown arrest sparks criticism of Milwaukee police
Walker appoints new corrections secretary Rebuilding ridership
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker appointed a new Department of Corrections secretary on Wednesday, the agency's third leader in less than three years as it struggles to recover from allegations of abuse at Wisconsin's youth prison. Walker announced in a news release that DOC Deputy Secretary Cathy Jess will take over the top position from Jon Litscher next month. Jess, a former prison guard who served as warden at Dodge Correctional Institution and the Wisconsin Women's Correctional System, is the first woman to lead the department.

 

OCONOMOWOC — It’s no secret that sales of heavyweight motorcycles across the U.S. have been sliding. Recent reports show Harley-Davidson’s sales fell sharply in 2017, and it has been announced that the company will consolidate its manufacturing operations. Amid the changes in the marketplace, area motorcycle dealerships would seem to have their work cut out for them as they entertain ways to encourage sales this summer.
>>Net income and lending increase at state-chartered banks
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Thiensville condo plans draw neighbors’ ire
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Metro Milwaukee’s unemployment rate continues to drop
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Redevelopment Authority backs White Rock TIF
State GOP launches radio ad for Vukmir, Nicholson files More Wisconsin communities turning to wheel taxes
MADISON — The Wisconsin Republican Party on Wednesday launched a statewide radio ad for Leah Vukmir, the U.S. Senate candidate who won the party's endorsement by a wide margin earlier this month. The $29,000 statewide ad buy is the party's first in this race and comes 11 days after the party endorsed Vukmir instead of Kevin Nicholson at its state convention. MADISON — More Wisconsin communities are imposing local vehicle registration fees known as wheel taxes to help fund road work, according to a report from a nonpartisan research organization. The Wisconsin Policy Forum's report Tuesday found that only four communities had such a tax before 2011. By the end of 2017, 27 communities had imposed such a tax. Total revenues from such taxes nearly tripled from 2011 through 2017, from $7.1 million to $20.7 million.


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Trump administration explores tariffs on autos, auto parts
WASHINGTON — The Trump administration launched an investigation into whether tariffs are needed on the imports of automobiles into the United States, moving swiftly as talks over the North American Free Trade Agreement have stalled.


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No pressure not a good thing for Matthews and the Packers 
GREEN BAY — Clay Matthews is learning new playbook terminology this spring under a new defensive coordinator, though his overall goals haven't changed. It's more important than ever for the Green Bay Packers' long-haired linebacker to get to the quarterback.

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20 hurt when semi slams into school bus in Wisconsin
LODI — Authorities say 20 people were hurt, including four seriously, when a semi crashed into a school bus in south central Wisconsin.

Milwaukee legislator calls it quits
MADISON — A longtime Milwaukee legislator is calling it quits. Democratic state Rep. Leon Young announced Wednesday he won't seek re-election.

Justice Department launches elder abuse website
MADISON  — The state Department of Justice has launched a new website informing people about signs of elder abuse and listing contact information for agencies that investigate complaints.

DNR board approves hearing date for CWD rules
MADISON — The Department of Natural Resources' board has approved a public hearing on Gov. Scott Walker's new chronic wasting disease regulations.

Milwaukee police to release video of Bucks guard's arrest
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee's mayor is expressing concern about police conduct in the stun-gun arrest of Bucks guard Sterling Brown in January.

Utility proposes gas pipeline near Wisconsin Foxconn site
MILWAUKEE — An electric utility company is asking for regulatory approval to build a $196 million gas pipeline near the Foxconn Technology Group manufacturing complex in southeastern Wisconsin.

Walker points to safety bill in wake of Texas shooting
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker is sidestepping questions about whether more needs to be done to bolster student safety in the wake of a deadly high school shooting in Texas.

Walker not interested heartbeat abortion ban
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker is signaling he won't push for a measure similar to a new Iowa law that would ban most abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy.

Man found guilty of dealing drugs that led to overdose death
FARGO, N.D. — A Wisconsin man has been convicted of selling drugs that led to overdoses in the Fargo and Moorhead, Minnesota area. 

HIV-positive man sentenced for having sex with teen boy
MILWAUKEE — A Wauwatosa man who knew he was HIV-positive has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy.

Study: Water at Wisconsin island has high plastic pollution
BAYFIELD — A recent study of 35 national parks found the waters off an island in northwestern Wisconsin had the highest concentration of plastic pollution.

Driver flees from police pursuit with infant
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police pursuing a vehicle suspected of being involved in a crime say the driver crashed and fled on foot while holding an infant.

Wisconsin man gets 45 years for sex crimes in South Dakota
ABERDEEN, S.D. — A Wisconsin man has been sentenced in South Dakota to 45 years in federal prison for repeatedly sexually abusing two pre-teen girls.

Priest accused of assaulting child at least 100 times
JEFFERSON — A retired priest is accused of repeatedly sexually assaulting an altar boy when he served at a Fort Atkinson church beginning in 2006.

Green Bay teacher faces child enticement, stalking charges
GREEN BAY — A high school music teacher in Green Bay is accused of improper conduct involving a student.

Wisconsin unemployment drops to record-low 2.8 percent
MADISON — Wisconsin's unemployment rate has dropped to a record-low 2.8 percent, more good economic news for Gov. Scott Walker as he runs for re-election.

South Milwaukee Caterpillar employee injured on the job dies
SOUTH MILWAUKEE — An employee at the Caterpillar weld shop in South Milwaukee has died of injuries he suffered on the job last week.

4 injured when bus crashes into Marquette campus building
MILWAUKEE — Three passengers and the driver were injured when a Milwaukee County transit bus went out of control and crashed into a building on the Marquette University campus.

Wisconsin man imprisoned for deadly motorcycle shop standoff
OSHKOSH — A Wisconsin man has been sentenced to 100 years in prison for his role in a standoff at a motorcycle shop that led to the death of one of his hostages.

DNR looks to set hearing on new CWD regulations
MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials are asking their board for permission to hold a public hearing on Gov. Scott Walker's new chronic wasting disease regulations.

Heating tools suspected in fire at historic Milwaukee church
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee fire official says heating tools apparently caused a fire that destroyed a historic downtown church.

Court: Insurance policy doesn't cover bulldog attack
MADISON — An appellate court says an insurance company doesn't have to cover a bulldog attack that left a woman hospitalized.

Family sues police over stun gun death of mentally ill man
MILWAUKEE — The family of a mentally ill man who died after Milwaukee-area police officers used a stun gun on him has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against the village of West Milwaukee. 

Fire causes spire collapse at historic Milwaukee church
MILWAUKEE — Fire has caused a spire and part of the roof to collapse at a historic church in downtown Milwaukee.

Vukmir to tour Wisconsin Republican field offices
MADISON — Leah Vukmir is traveling to Wisconsin Republican Party field offices around the state in the wake of winning the state party endorsement.

Democrat Myers got tax deduction on Illinois home
MILWAUKEE — Democratic congressional candidate Cathy Myers received a $6,000-per-year tax deduction on her Illinois home even after she had moved to Janesville.

Wisconsin business faces racial discrimination lawsuit
MENOMONEE FALLS — A Milwaukee-area company will go to trial in a racial discrimination case after a federal judge declined to dismiss a lawsuit alleging the firm refused to hire a woman because she was black.

Wisconsin police release new video of scuffle with teen
WAUWATOSA — A Wisconsin police department has released surveillance video footage that shows the events leading up to a scuffle between a white officer and a black teenager that ended with the officer punching the boy.

 

 
 
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