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WASHINGTON Federal authorities are stepping up investigations at Department of Veterans Affairs medical centers due to a sharp increase in opioid theft, missing prescriptions or unauthorized drug use by VA employees since 2009, according to government data obtained by The Associated Press. Doctors, nurses or pharmacy staff at federal hospitals the vast majority within the VA system siphoned away controlled substances for their own use or street sales, or drugs intended for patients simply disappeared.
Feliz in Brewers camp, ready to challenge for closer's role
PHOENIX After sorting out work visa issues in his native Dominican Republic, the Brewers' Neftali Feliz arrived at Monday morning, ready to get to work with his new team. Feliz enters camp as Milwaukee's leading candidate to be the closer after the team parted ways with Jeremy Jeffress and Will Smith at the deadline last season, and with Tyler Thornburg during the winter. "It was a little inconvenient," Feliz said through team interpreter Carlos Brizuela, of his delay. "But fortunately, we got it taken care of, and now I'm here. I'm ready to get to work and ready to win."
Walker asks public for help selling his budget
MADISON Gov. Scott Walker wants Wisconsinites who like his budget to help him rally support. Walker's campaign launched digital ads Monday encouraging citizens to write to their legislators in support of key elements of his budget proposal. Republican legislative leaders have been cautious about Walker's proposed spending increases since he unveiled his budget earlier this month. Democrats say his proposals are unrealistic and designed to boost his appeal as he prepares to run for a third term.
Trump's new national security adviser a soldier-scholar Judge allows 2nd girl's statements in Slender Man case
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump has chosen as his national security adviser a soldier-scholar who fought in both Iraq wars and published an influential book that called out the U.S. government for "lies" that led to the Vietnam War. Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster would remain on active military duty while leading the National Security Council, White House officials said Monday. WAUKESHA A judge has ruled a second Wisconsin girl's statements to police will be admissible at her trial on charges she tried to kill a classmate to please a fictional horror character called Slender Man. Judge Michael Bohren on Monday also rejected a defense request to move the trial of 15-year-old Anissa Weier (ah-NEE'-sah WY'-ur) out of Waukesha County. Weier's trial is set for Sept. 11.
Groups, individuals helping white extremists shed hate Wisconsin state schools superintendent field to be narrowed
ATHENS, Ga. The Celtic cross tattoo on Shannon Martinez's leg gives away her past. A victim of sexual assault at age 14 and never quite able to meet her parents' expectations, Martinez sought out other angry teens. By 16, she was a skinhead spouting white supremacist rhetoric, giving stiff-armed Nazi salutes and tagging public property with swastikas. She favored racist fashion statements like the symbol on her right calf. MADISON The field of candidates running for superintendent of Wisconsin's public schools will be narrowed in Tuesday's primary, with incumbent Tony Evers facing two challengers who have been sidetracked trying to explain allegations that they discussed working together to beat him. Consultant John Humphries and former Beloit Superintendent Lowell Holtz are challenging Evers, with the two highest vote-getters in the primary advancing to the April 4 general election. Long-shot write-in candidate Rick Melcher is also running.


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Tribes hope Trump's 'America first' helps first Americans
BOSTON Native Americans hope President Donald Trump doesn't forget America's first inhabitants as he promises to put "America first." Tribes have been reaching out to the Republican administration since it took office last month, saying they're ready to help it meet its campaign promises of improving the economy and creating more jobs for Americans. 

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How long should injured pro athletes get workers comp?
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. Should injured pro athletes be allowed to earn worker compensation benefits until they are 67 years old, like other workers, even if their athletic careers normally would have ended more than 30 years earlier? That issue is being debated between the Chicago Bears and the NFL Players Association in the Illinois Legislature as one unlikely element of a compromise proposal to end a nearly two-year-long fight over the state's budget.

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Warm weather forces American Birkebeiner route changes
HAYWARD Warm weather is forcing organizers to change the route of Saturday's American Birkebeiner ski race in northwestern Wisconsin.
As a result, the race will not finish in downtown Hayward this year.

Proposal: Regulate powdered alcohol like liquid alcohol
MADISON Two Democratic state lawmakers have backed away from banning powdered alcohol and instead want to subject it to the same regulations as liquid alcohol.

Intruder involved in standoff with Neenah police
NEENAH An intruder who claimed to be armed got involved in a standoff with police in Neenah after a woman returned to her duplex and discovered the man inside.

Woman found guilty of killing bicyclist while texting
WAUSAU A north-central Wisconsin woman has pleaded no contest in a crash that killed a bicyclist in 2015. Fifty-five-year-old Lorie Ann Miller of Rib Lake was found guilty of homicide by negligent driving after entering her plea Monday.

Ex-Wisconsin legislator Tom Larson dies after cancer fight
BLOOMER Former state Rep. Tom Larson of Colfax has died, a year after he announced he would not seek re-election as he battled cancer. He was 69.

Wisconsin budget proposal moves forestry division up north
MADISON - A Wisconsin lawmaker says he believes Gov. Scott Walker's plan to move the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources' forestry division up north will help with recruitment.

Fitchburg police investigate nonfatal shooting of 3-year-old
FITCHBURG - Police are investigating the shooting of a 3-year-old boy in the Madison suburb of Fitchburg.

Deputies shoot, wound man during standoff in NE Wisconsin
TOWN OF ALMON - Authorities say a disturbance call escalated and ended with a 52-year-old Wittenberg man being shot by deputies in Shawano County of northeastern Wisconsin.

Milwaukee to 'Pokemon' monsters: Get a permit to enter parks
MILWAUKEE - "Pokemon Go" monsters will need a permit to get into Milwaukee County parks after the game's popularity last summer left officials wondering how to handle large crowds and the trash they left behind.

Madison joins cities, counties opposing travel ban
MADISON - Madison is one of 34 cities and counties getting involved with a federal lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's travel ban.

Wisconsin man gets 10 years for trying to join ISIS
MADISON - A Wisconsin man who tried to join the Islamic State group has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.

Wisconsin student pleads not guilty in sex assault case
MADISON - A suspended University of Wisconsin-Madison student accused of sexually assaulting and harassing nearly a dozen women has pleaded not guilty to multiple charges.

2 Green Bay Police officers resign amid harassment probe
GREEN BAY - The Green Bay police chief says two officers have resigned and a handful others face disciplinary action amid allegations of harassment and inappropriate remarks at work.

Day care rallies for twins who lost father
COTTAGE GROVE A Cottage Grove day care center is rallying support for the toddler twins whose father was killed in a car crash that also left their mother in critical condition. A funeral service for Kirk U'Ren will be held Saturday in Mineral Point. 

Walker signs pro-cheese bill, first to pass this year
MADISON Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law the first bill to pass the Legislature this session, a measure designed to help Wisconsin's cheese industry. Walker on Thursday signed the bill making it possible for tax incentives to be extended to help finance construction of a $30 million cheese packaging and distribution plant in the village of Oostburg near Sheboygan.

Gov. Walker: No state action needed on refugee's lawsuit
MADISON Gov. Scott Walker says state attorneys shouldn't intervene in a Syrian refugee's lawsuit challenging President Donald Trump's travel ban.

 

 
 
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