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July 11, 2014

 
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Wisconsin elections board 
can keep records secret
Wisconsin appeals ruling 
allowing gay marriages
MADISON — Wisconsin's elections board cannot legally turn over any of its investigatory records to auditors, the state attorney general determined, dealing a blow to Republicans critical of the board's probe of Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign and several conservative groups.

MADISON — Wisconsin's attorney general on Thursday appealed a federal judge's ruling from last month striking down the state's ban on same-sex marriages as unconstitutional. U.S. District Judge Barbara Crabb ruled on June 6 that the ban, approved by voters in 2006, was a violation of gay couples' equal protection and due process rights.

Packers post record 
revenue again in 2014
Phillies finish 4-game 
sweep of Brewers, win 9-1

MILWAUKEE — The Green Bay Packers had another year of record revenues, yet income fell after making some high-priced player moves. The NFL's only publicly owned team said Thursday that revenue rose 5 percent to $324 million.

 

MILWAUKEE - Jimmy Rollins broke up Matt Garza's no-hit bid with a single in the seventh before sparking a seven-run outburst an inning later, helping the Philadelphia Phillies complete a four-game sweep of the Milwaukee Brewers with a 9-1 win Thursday. 
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Slumping Brewers turn to prospect Nelson

Wisconsin businesses 
push for immigration reform
Republicans attack Burke's
 stand on outside money

DE PERE — Manufacturing and agriculture industry leaders in Wisconsin say immigration reform is essential to their businesses. Business groups are trying to define the immigration debate as an economic issue. "It's time now to make changes," said Laurie Fischer, director of dairy policy for the Wisconsin Dairy Business Association.

 

MADISON— The state Republican Party is accusing Democratic gubernatorial candidate Mary Burke of being a hypocrite for saying she wants to outlaw campaign donations from outside Wisconsin. The state party circulated footage of Burke making the comment Thursday during a campaign stop in Green Bay. 

 

AG: High school students
 can't pay for UW courses
Wisconsin court: Hunters 
can train dogs on wolves

MADISON — Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says high school students who take University of Wisconsin classes offered in their schools for college credit can't be charged tuition. Van Hollen said in the opinion released Thursday that state law requires the state Department of Public Instruction to determine who pays for the classes.

 

MADISON — A state appeals court ruled Thursday that hunters can train dogs to chase down wolves, rejecting arguments from a group of humane societies that wildlife officials are allowing deadly wolf-dog clashes and cementing one of the most contentious elements of Wisconsin wolf hunting.

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Aereo presses case despite Supreme Court setback
NEW YORK — Aereo, the television-over-the-Internet service that suspended operations after the Supreme Court ruled against it, is refusing to disband for good.


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Braun back for Brewers, dropped to 5th in order
MILWAUKEE — Ryan Braun has returned the Brewers starting lineup and lower down in the batting order. Braun, who has been bothered by a bad back, was slotted into the fifth spot for Thursday afternoon's game against the Philadelphia Phillies after sitting out the previous two contests.

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3 kayakers missing in Door County
STURGEON BAY — The U.S. Coast Guard and sheriff's officials are searching for a woman and two boys who were kayaking in Door County.

Wisconsin site to host old-time bicycle ride
MADISON — A group of antique bicycle enthusiasts will lead a ride at a southeastern Wisconsin historical site.

Chicago Bears donate to damaged Wisconsin school
PLATTEVILLE — The Chicago Bears are donating $50,000 to help repair tornado damage at their former practicing grounds at the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

Court-martial set for Wisconsin Coast Guardsman
MILWAUKEE — A court-martial will be held for a U.S. Coast Guard officer accused of having abusive sexual contact with a female colleague while stationed in Milwaukee.

Fugitive in deputy altercation turn himself in
FOND DU LAC — Fond du Lac County sheriff's officials say a second man accused of trying to disarm a deputy has turned himself in.

Boy, 9, dies after being trapped in grain bin
LANCASTER — Authorities in southwestern Wisconsin say a 9-year-old boy has died after becoming trapped in a grain bin on his family's farm.

Gogebic asks DNR to renew exploration permits
MADISON — A company looking to open a huge iron mine near Mellen wants state officials to renew its two exploratory drilling permits.

Former Packer Tauscher buys weekly newspaper
MADISON — Former Green Bay Packer offensive lineman Mark Tauscher is part of a group that has purchased Madison's weekly free alternative newspaper Isthmus.

Church coalition launches prison reform campaign
MADISON — A coalition of church congregations launched a campaign Wednesday calling for reforms within the Wisconsin Department of Corrections, including letting more prisoners out on parole, releasing aging inmates, alleviating overcrowding and ending solitary confinement.

Wisconsin city sues to recoup pub crawl costs
OSHKOSH — The city of Oshkosh is suing a man it says is responsible for a costly pub crawl organized without a permit.

18 Rainbow Foods stores transferring to new owners
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Roundy's is transferring 18 Rainbow Foods stores in the Twin Cities to new owners in the next two weeks.

Columbia rock club to be sold to Wisconsin duo
COLUMBIA, Mo. — A Columbia rock club that's served as a musical beacon for artists and fans across the Midwest is changing hands as it approaches its 34th anniversary.

Judge won't speed up gay marriage stay decision
MADISON — A federal judge will not speed up the briefing schedule in the American Civil Liberties Union request that she lift a stay on gay marriages in Wisconsin.

Clinic to give $10m dental grant back to state
MADISON — Marshfield Clinic plans to return a $10 million state grant meant to help build a rural dental education facility.

Walker requests disaster declaration
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker is asking for a disaster declaration for Grant County due to storm and tornado damage from last month.

Milwaukee man to be sentenced for dogfighting
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee man convicted of participating in a dogfighting ring will be sentenced later this week.

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.

Dad accused of stealing from son's trust fund
APPLETON — An Appleton man stole more than $360,000 from his disabled son's trust fund and spent the money on drugs, pornography and travel, prosecutors said this week.

Ho-Chunk tribe keeps trust fund payments at age 18
MADISON — Ho-Chunk Nation members will continue receiving lump sums of more than $200,000 at age 18, after the tribal legislature put off voting on a proposal to delay the payments or tie them to schooling or work.

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.

 

 

 
 
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