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July 9, 2014

 
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Judge orders probe
 documents unsealed
Judge halts mental exam
 in Wisconsin stabbing case
http://www.apexchange.com/Content/preview/2014/20140619/18/3e12799df43e8a17570f6a7067008367.jpgMADISON A federal appellate judge has ordered the unsealing of two sets of documents filed in a lawsuit challenging a secret investigation into possible coordination between Gov. Scott Walker's campaign and conservative groups.
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Walker declines comment on former aide's raise

MILWAUKEE A judge on Tuesday halted his previous order that one of two 12-year-old Wisconsin girls accused of stabbing a classmate to curry favor with a fictional character undergo an insanity exam. The girl has already been examined by two doctors one hired by the defense and the other appointed by the state who agreed she wasn't mentally competent to assist in her own defense.

 

Walker ad attacks Burke 
over Abbott land deal
Peralta can't hold lead, 
Brewers fall 9-7 to Phils
MAZOMANIE Gov. Scott Walker accused Democratic challenger Mary Burke of wasting $12.5 million in taxpayer money in his latest television ad released Tuesday, while Burke put out her own spot touting her credentials without mentioning her nearly three years as state Commerce secretary.
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Walker calls Hulsey's candidacy 'entertaining'

MILWAUKEE  After winning all five of his starts in June, Wily Peralta is off to a rough start in July. So are the Milwaukee Brewers. Peralta (9-6) labored through 4 1-3 innings, giving up eight hits and nine runs while throwing 97 pitches as the Milwaukee Brewers dropped a 9-7 decision to the Philadelphia Phillies on Tuesday night.

 

Oil trains moving frequently
 through Wisconsin
Walker says he knew son 
was witnessing gay wedding
More than three dozen trains carrying volatile crude oil move through Wisconsin each week from the Northern Plains, disclosures from railroads show. State officials released the information in response to a public records request from The Associated Press.

OREGON Gov. Scott Walker, an opponent of gay marriage, said Tuesday that his 19-year-old son's decision to act as a witness at the same-sex wedding of a relative is not a policy statement. "He was at a family member's event," Walker said of his son Alex Walker's participation.

 

Who's Next? Pot changes 
won't stop with Washington
4 dead, 70K without power
 after upstate NY storms
SALEM, Ore. Advocates seeking more lenient marijuana laws have no intention of stopping with Colorado and Washington. Twenty-three states and the District of Columbia have allowed marijuana for medicinal purposes, and more could follow. Here's a look at five of the states that may be welcoming more permissive marijuana laws in the near future: SMITHFIELD, N.Y. Severe thunderstorms rolled through central New York, killing four people, destroying or damaging numerous homes and knocking out power to more than 70,000 utility customers, officials said Wednesday.

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Government made $100B in improper payments
WASHINGTON By its own estimate, the government made about $100 billion in payments last year to people who may not have been entitled to receive them tax credits to families that didn't qualify, unemployment benefits to people who had jobs and medical payments for treatments that might not have been necessary.


TODAY IN SPORTS
Tour riders brace for rain, cobblestones
YPRES, Belgium The Tour de France is heading into Belgium for the start of a critical, cobblestoned stage that has preoccupied racers and their teams for months. Italy's Vincenzo Nibali is wearing the leader's yellow jersey for the 152.5-kilometer (94.5-mile) route that includes seven rough, cobblestoned sections toward the end.

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Delafield Block Party: Food & Music Festival
Now in its fifth year, the two-day, family friendly festival brings together local restaurants and food vendors in one location. Bring a folding lawn chair and unwind as you enjoy assorted food and drink and listen to live musical entertainment.

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Pewaukee vs. Pius 07-01-14
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Veterans' grave markers stolen in Beaver Dam
BEAVER DAM Dozens of bronze military flag holders have been stolen from the graves of veterans at a Beaver Dam cemetery.

Milwaukee man to be sentenced for dogfighting
MILWAUKEE A Milwaukee man convicted of participating in a dogfighting ring is scheduled to be sentenced.

Wisconsin Supreme Court to rule on hearsay law
MADISON The Wisconsin Supreme Court is set to rule on whether judges can allow hearsay evidence during preliminary hearings.

Air Force tanker makes emergency landing at Sawyer
FORSYTH TOWNSHIP, Mich. A U.S. Air Force KC-135 air refueling plane has made an emergency landing on the runway at Sawyer International Airport in the central Upper Peninsula.

Catholic hospital asked to cut ties with doctor
LA CROSSE A La Crosse couple says they want a local Catholic hospital to sever ties with a doctor who they say performs abortions.

Wisconsin logger frees bear from milk can
RICE LAKE The video of a western Wisconsin logger who saved a black bear who got its head stuck in an old milk can is getting hundreds of thousands of YouTube hits.

Oregon man gets year in prison for tax evasion
MADISON An Oregon man who co-founded several self-help and personal development companies in Wisconsin was sentenced Tuesday to a year in prison for failing to file federal income tax returns.

Appleton girl wins first lady's recipe contest
APPLETON A 12-year-old Appleton girl will have lunch with Michelle Obama after winning a recipe contest sponsored by the first lady's Let's Move! initiative.

Injured woman sues deputy who ran stop sign
MILWAUKEE A Milwaukee County deputy ran a stop sign in 2013, slamming into a woman's vehicle and severely injuring her, and then lied about it on his accident report, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday by the woman. 

Former phone employee accused of sexting customers
HUDSON A former Verizon store employee in western Wisconsin is accused of sending lewd photos and messages to young female customers.

Medical malpractice award likely to be appealed
MILWAUKEE A Milwaukee woman and her husband have been awarded more than $25 million in a medical malpractice case.

Gypsy moth spraying planned for 5 counties
MADISON Low-flying planes plan to spray for gypsy moth caterpillars in five southern and western Wisconsin counties this week.

Ex-teacher pleads not guilty in sex case
GREEN BAY A former Green Bay grade school teacher has pleaded not guilty to charges that he sexually assaulted two students.

Suspect in 2 Illinois killings appears in court
ROCKFORD A man suspected in two Illinois homicides who was arrested after a high-speed chase appeared during a court appearance to be injured.

Democrat Vruwink joining budget committee
MADISON Democratic state Rep. Amy Sue Vruwink (VROO-wink) is joining the Legislature's budget committee. 

Wisconsin company plans paper plant in Mississippi
JACKSON A Wisconsin company will open a $48 million plant in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, to make paper towels, tissue and other projects, hiring 300 people over five years.

Most of June was wet in Madison, Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE It's official: most of June was wet in Madison and Milwaukee.

Wisconsin DNR hires 11 wildlife technicians
MADISON - The state Department of Natural Resources has hired 11 new wildlife technicians.

Suspect in Green Bay homicide arrested in Kenosha
RACINE - A suspect in a Green Bay homicide was arrested in Kenosha after he allegedly choked and robbed a Racine woman and locked her in a basement, Racine police said.

Boy, 10, injured in hit-and-run in Black Creek
BLACK CREEK - A boy in Black Creek is recovering after a hit-and-run driver pinned him and his bicycle under a truck and dragged him along the pavement.

5 Wisconsin men caught with 100 walleye over limit
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. - Five anglers from Wisconsin have been caught with 100 walleye over the state limit at Devils Lake and are each facing fines of more than $1,700.

Wisconsin: Storm-damaged trees could be of value
DODGEVILLE - State officials are reminding landowners in southwestern Wisconsin to consider the value of storm-damaged trees as they clean them up.

 

 
 
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