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DETROIT - A plane carrying 129 people skidded Saturday from a slick Chicago runway and a plow driver was killed when his truck rolled over outside Kansas City following a winter storm that covered many parts of the Midwest in snow and ice. No injuries were reported on the United Airlines flight at O'Hare International Airport as it arrived Saturday morning from Phoenix, Chicago Fire officials said. The massive storm which dumped 10 inches (25 centimeters) of snow on some areas in the Midwest prompted the cancellation of nearly 1,000 flights at Chicago's airports. 
Patriots make 3rd straight Super Bowl, beat Chiefs 37-31 OT
KANSAS CITY, Mo.  — The New England Patriots are headed to their third straight Super Bowl, once more thanks to Tom Brady's brilliance. The five-time NFL champion guided the Patriots 75 yards after winning the overtime coin toss, and backup Rex Burkhead's 2-yard TD lifted New England past Kansas City 37-31 for the AFC championship Sunday night. 
Zuerlein's 57-yard field goal sends Rams to Super Bowl
NEW ORLEANS — Greg Zuerlein kicked a 57-yard field goal in overtime to send the Los Angeles Rams to the Super Bowl with a 26-23 victory over the New Orleans Saints in the NFC championship game Sunday. The stunning finish came after New Orleans got the ball first in the extra period. Under pressure, Drew Brees fluttered up a pass that was picked off by John Johnson III, who was able to hang on to the interception while falling onto his back.
Wisconsin producers worry 
over hay shortage, high prices
Paul Davis company moving to
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MADISON - Wisconsin livestock owners and feed suppliers are growing concerned about hay shortages this winter, which some say have contributed to a spike in prices. New Lisbon farmer Connie Wastlund told Wisconsin Public Radio that she's feeding her horses in smaller quantities because she can't find enough hay this year. Flooding in August contaminated hay fields in the area, rendering the feed unusable for some livestock, Wastlund said. The wet weather also made it difficult for famers to cut hay this season. CITY OF PEWAUKEE — As its operations continue to grow in the Milwaukee area, Paul Davis of Southeast and Fox Valley will move its offices to the City of Pewaukee off Interstate 94. Paul Davis is a provider of fire and water damage cleanup, restoration and remodeling and was started in 1990.
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Keller named general contractor for ProAmpac expansion in Hartford
La Crosse boy a globally prominent crochet prodigy at age 11 Flood-prone Rock Springs and La Valle libraries recuperating
LA CROSSE - When the UPS man came knocking with a dolley piled high with packages, Jennifer Larson immediately knew they were for her youngest son. And that the boxes would be filled not with toys, or clothes, but yarn. Skein after skein of yarn. It's not uncommon for 11-year-old Jonah to arrive home from school to balls of yarn and encouraging notes from around the world, sent by the thousands from fans who follow the young crochet prodigy on social media and drape their couches with his one-of-a-kind blankets. ROCK SPRINGS - The book by Madison children's author Kevin Henkes was apropos. Snow still clung to the trees here and plows in the village were cleaning up from a New Year's Eve storm and a light dusting two days later, while some sidewalks still waited to be shoveled. "Winter is Here," illustrated by Laura Dronzek, chronicles the changes that occur when the snow flies and the landscape is altered with a blanket of snow, icicles and frozen ponds, Wisconsin State Journal reported.


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A scaled-down, but still angry, Women's March returns
WASHINGTON - Amid internal controversies and a capital city deeply distracted by the partial government shutdown, the third Women's March returned to Washington on Saturday with an enduring message of anger and defiance aimed directly at President Donald Trump's White House. The original march in 2017, the day after Trump's inauguration, flooded the city with pink-hatted protesters. 

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Child is father of the man: Federer loses to Tsitsipas, 20
MELBOURNE, Australia - Even as his uninterrupted dominance of yore dissipated, even as he took the occasional break, Roger Federer always mattered more often than not in the closing days of Grand Slam tournaments. Until lately, that is. Until, at age 37, he was outplayed in the Australian Open's fourth round by a much younger man, 20-year-old Stefanos Tsitsipas, during a 6-7 (11), 7-6 (3), 7-5, 7-6 (5) surprise that ended Federer's bid for a third consecutive championship at Melbourne Park.

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35th Annual Watertown Bridal Fair
Are you newly engaged or planning your dream wedding? Join us for the 35th annual Watertown Bridal Fair. Doors open 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday at Turner Hall, 301 4th Street in Watertown. Admission is free. Opportunity to win up to $3000 in prizes and marriage money.

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Wisconsin diocese considers investigation 
of child sex abuse

MADISON - The Madison, Wisconsin, Diocese is considering an investigation into the number of substantiated allegations against clergy of sexual abuse of minors.

Authorities identify pilot hurt in plane crash near Scott
SCOTT, Wis. - Authorities have identified the pilot of a small plane who was injured after making an emergency landing in northeast Wisconsin.

Outdoors congress to gauge reaction to CWD carcass bounties
MADISON - The Wisconsin Conservation Congress plans to ask outdoor lovers this spring whether state wildlife officials should again offer bounties for deer infected with chronic wasting disease to get a better read on the disease's prevalence and control its spread.

Wisconsin investment fund shrunk 3.3 percent last year
MADISON - The investment funds for most Wisconsin public workers and retirees shrunk slightly last year.

Iowa to launch new system to help truck drivers find parking
WALCOTT, Iowa - Truck drivers crossing Iowa's interstates will soon be able to find a parking spot for their big rigs.

Milwaukee police help occupants of homeless encampments
MILWAUKEE - On a grey cloudy morning in Milwaukee, a bright pink Barbie tent stuck out among the sea of tents below the north end of the 6th Street Bridge. 

Plane makes emergency landing in Wisconsin, pilot injured
SCOTT, Wis. - Authorities say the pilot of a small plane was injured after making an emergency landing in northeast Wisconsin.

Supreme Court: DNR lacked authority to amend pier permit
MADISON - The state Supreme Court says the Department of Natural Resources lacked the authority to force a couple to modify their massive Madeline Island pier.

Evers picks new Wisconsin State Patrol superintendent
MADISON - Gov. Tony Evers has picked the Wisconsin State Patrol's next leader.

Poor jailed while rich go free: Rethinking bail in Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE - On a summer night in 2017, a police officer conducting a drunken-driving sweep in northeast Wisconsin tried to pull over an SUV after a check showed the owner had a revoked driver's license.

Police: Fatal fire may have been intentionally set
MILWAUKEE - Police are investigating a fatal fire in Milwaukee because it may have been intentionally set.

Man shot by officer at rest stop identified as Wisconsin man
WHITE LAKE, S. D. - The FBI says authorities were trying to arrest a Wisconsin man at a rest stop in South Dakota when he was fatally shot by a federal officer.

Johnsonville recalls ground pork over possible contamination
WASHINGTON - Johnsonville LLC has recalled more than 48,000 pounds (21,800 kilograms) of raw ground frozen pork patties that may be contaminated with materials including black rubber.

Judge: GOP can't block liberal group's Twitter comments
MADISON - Top Republicans in the Wisconsin Legislature violated the First Amendment when they blocked a liberal advocacy group from seeing their Twitter feeds, a federal judge ruled Friday. 

Green Bay Diocese works to assist abuse victims
GREEN BAY - The Catholic Diocese of Green Bay has set up new programs to assist victims of priest abuse, including a new victim's assistance team. 

Weekend winter storm sweeping from Midwest to New England
CHICAGO - A winter storm started sweeping across the Midwest on Friday, leading to slick roads and runways, as it inched its way toward New England, where it was forecast to dump up to 2 feet (0.61 meters) of snow. 

Tribe appeals rejection of its challenge to mining permit
KESHENA — A native tribe is appealing a federal judge's dismissal of its challenge to a state permit for a zinc and gold mine planned for Michigan's Upper Peninsula.

Assembly ready to push victims amendment to next year
MADISON — It doesn't look like Wisconsin legislators will pass a constitutional amendment to bolster crime victims' rights in time to get it on the spring ballot.

Wisconsin diocese names priests accused of child sex abuse
GREEN BAY — A Wisconsin diocese has released the names of more than 40 clergy members with substantiated allegations they sexually abused a minor.

Girl accused of stabbing father over online relationship
TWIN LAKES — A 14-year-old Kenosha County girl is accused of stabbing her father in the face after they argued about her online relationship.

Wisconsin Supreme Court to decide public water disputes
MADISON — The Wisconsin Supreme Court will take up a series of legal disputes that could have far-reaching implications for state regulators' power to protect public waters from pollution and overuse.  

Federal judge in Wisconsin strikes early-voting restrictions
MADISON — A federal judge on Thursday struck down early-voting restrictions Wisconsin Republicans adopted in a December lame-duck legislative session, saying the limits mirror restrictions he blocked two years ago.  

Wisconsin defendants sue over state public defender problems
ASHLAND — A group of defendants from northern Wisconsin is suing over funding and staffing problems in the state Public Defender's Office, arguing the rights of indigent defendants in Wisconsin to competent attorneys and speedy trials have been violated.

Evers opposes GOP tax cut, makes offer on insurance bill
MADISON — Wisconsin Republicans on Thursday unveiled an alternative way to pay for Democratic Gov. Tony Evers proposed income tax cut while also moving quickly to approve a state-level health insurance guarantee for people with pre-existing conditions. 

Death of man outside casino investigated as homicide
TOWN OF DELTON — Sheriff's officials say the death of a man whose body was found in a casino parking lot in Sauk County is being investigated as a homicide.

Jury convicts Marshall man for January 2018 killing
MADISON — A Dane County jury has convicted a Marshall man of killing another man and hiding the body in a storage unit.

Milwaukee man charged in stabbing of woman in wheelchair
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee prosecutors have charged a man in the killing of a 62-year-old woman in a wheelchair who was stabbed 116 times.

Milwaukee hospital to pay $360K for improper waste disposal
MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin's attorney general says a Milwaukee hospital will pay $360,000 to settle a lawsuit for improperly disposing of pharmaceutical hazardous waste from 2013 to 2016.

Businessman charged with homicide, hiding a corpse
MILWAUKEE — A suburban Milwaukee business owner is charged with homicide and hiding a corpse after the remains of two men were found in a burn pit on land he leases for hunting in Walworth County.

Democrats oppose delay of Wisconsin redistricting case
MADISON — Democrats challenging Republican-drawn political maps in Wisconsin are opposing a request by the GOP-controlled state Assembly to delay a trial scheduled to start in April.

Monitor: Problems persist at Wisconsin's youth prisons
MADISON - Wisconsin's juvenile prisons continue to use pepper spray on young inmates and keep them in solitary confinement for longer than seven days at a time in defiance of a federal court order, according to a report released Monday.

Iowa to launch new system to help truck drivers find parking
WALCOTT, Iowa - Truck drivers crossing Iowa's interstates will soon be able to find a parking spot for their big rigs.

On day Jayme escaped, suspect sought job - with dodgy resume
BARRON — The Wisconsin man suspected of kidnapping 13-year-old Jayme Closs and killing her parents apparently applied for a job online the day that Jayme escaped, calling himself an "honest guy" even though his resume contains inaccuracies about his work experience.  

Confederate monument removed from Madison cemetery
MADISON — Madison officials have removed a century-old Confederate monument from a cemetery and donated the marker to the Wisconsin Veterans Museum.

Explosions bring down roof of Milwaukee Bucks' former home
MILWAUKEE — Dozens of small, simultaneous explosions have brought down the steel roof of the Bradley Center, the former home of the Milwaukee Bucks.  

Criminalizing 1st-time DUIs is a tough sell in Wisconsin
MADISON — With a new Democratic ally in the governor's office, a handful of Republican lawmakers are pushing for Wisconsin to join the rest of the country and criminalize first-offense drunken driving.  

Racine officer found not guilty in excessive force trial
RACINE - A jury has acquitted a Racine police officer accused of using excessive force against a Park High School student in 2015.

Madison mayor wants $165,000 for homeless facility security
MADISON - Madison's mayor is proposing to provide $165,000 for extra security at an apartment complex for homeless families.

Kidnapping suspect watched 13-year-old as she got on bus
BARRON, Wis.  — A Wisconsin man suspected of abducting a 13-year-old girl made up his mind to take the teen when he spotted her getting on a school bus, and he made two aborted trips to her family's home before finally carrying out an attack in which he killed Jayme Closs' mother in front of her, according to a criminal complaint filed Monday. 

Franklin man arrested after human remains found in burn pit
FRANKLIN - Authorities say police have arrested a 43-year-old Franklin man on suspicion of homicide after an investigation into two missing people led to the discovery of human remains in a Walworth County burn pit.

Police: Man failed to tell sex partners he was HIV-positive
WATERFORD - A Waterford man is accused of failing to tell six people he was HIV-positive before having unprotected sex with them.

Backpack found in Manitowoc County ditch had explosives
TOWN OF GIBSON - Manitowoc County authorities are trying to determine who put a bomb in a backpack found in a ditch along a state highway.

School crisis response team helps students cope with grief
MILWAUKEE - Stanley Levells recalled feeling worried watching the news one Monday night in November, as a reporter announced that a stray bullet had broken through the window of a house at 13th and Hopkins, killing a 13-year-old girl.

Dubuque-area hunters pass on tradition amid hunting decline
SHERRILL, Iowa - As members of his hunting party looked on, Mike Laugesen crouched in a gully and started to dress the eight-point buck he just shot. 

Walz: Decision on proceeding with Line 3 lawsuit will be his
BLOOMINGTON, Minn. - Gov. Tim Walz said Friday that he and his new administration will be "actively engaged" on contentious natural resources issues, including Enbridge Energy's plan to replace its aging Line 3 oil pipeline across northern Minnesota. 

Family: Wisconsin teen in 'good spirits' post-kidnap, escape
The grandfather of a 13-year-old northwestern Wisconsin girl who authorities say escaped a man who killed her parents and held her captive for three months said Sunday she's in "exceptionally good spirits."  

After Wisconsin girl's safe return, question is: Why?
BARRON - A 21-year-old man killed a Wisconsin couple in a scheme to kidnap their teenage daughter, then held the girl captive for nearly three months before she managed to escape and reach safety as he drove around looking for her, authorities said. 

Corrections staff logs $50 million in overtime in 2018
MADISON — Department of Corrections staff in Wisconsin racked up $50 million in overtime in 2018.

Regulators cite contractors in Wisconsin gas explosion
MADISON — Federal safety regulators have cited two contractors for failing to locate a gas main that exploded during work in a Madison suburb in July.

Video shows Milwaukee bus driver rescuing young child
MILWAUKEE — Authorities say an alert Milwaukee bus driver rescued a young child found wandering barefoot on a freeway overpass in frigid temperatures.

Wisconsin Supreme Court hopefuls close in fundraising
MADISON — Two judges vying for a spot on the state Supreme Court raised roughly the same amount of money during the last half of 2018.

Kimberly Clark notifies state it will close plant by May 31
MADISON — Kimberly-Clark Corp. has notified Gov. Tony Evers' administration that it will close its plant in Neenah by May 31.

Gerrymandering lawsuits linger as next redistricting nears
As the 2019 state legislative sessions get underway, a busy year of legal battles also is beginning over lingering allegations that hundreds of electoral districts across the country were illegally drawn to the disadvantage of particular voters or political parties.  

Wisconsin Assembly Republicans outline priorities to Evers
MADISON — Wisconsin Assembly Republicans delivered what they called a "gesture of our goodwill" to the newly installed Democratic governor on Thursday, outlining some areas where they think they might find common ground.  

Lawsuit targets GOP laws reducing Wisconsin governor's power
MADISON — A coalition of liberal-leaning groups filed a lawsuit Thursday seeking to void laws passed by Wisconsin Republicans that reduced the powers of the newly elected Democratic governor and attorney general.  

Wisconsin man arrested in teen's abduction, parents' deaths
BARRON - A 21-year-old man is jailed in the deaths of a Wisconsin couple he killed because he wanted to kidnap their teenage daughter, investigators said Friday, a day after the girl approached a stranger along a rural road saying she'd been abducted in October and held against her will. 

Explosives will collapse Bradley Center roof Sunday
MILWAUKEE — Demolition experts will blow the roof off the former home of the Milwaukee Bucks this weekend.

Charges filed in strangulation of Pewaukee woman
PEWAUKEE — A 26-year-old man has been charged with strangling his parents' neighbor and hiding her body in the basement of her Pewaukee condo.

Figi's laying off 276 employees in central Wisconsin
MARSHFIELD — A company with deep roots in central Wisconsin is closing most of its operations.

5 children, driver hurt in Wisconsin school bus crash
TOWN OF LEBANON — Authorities say five children and their school bus driver were injured when the bus crashed in east-central Wisconsin.

Storm sweeps away beacon on Lake Michigan in Manitowoc
MANITOWOC — A storm has swept away a navigational beacon on Lake Michigan in eastern Wisconsin.

DA: Officers justified in killing Wisconsin workplace gunman
MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin man who wounded four co-workers when he opened fire at a software company last year said in a note that he wanted "to right a grave wrong," according to documents released Monday.

Police: Arrest made in suspicious death in Pewaukee
VILLAGE OF PEWAUKEE — Police in southeastern Wisconsin have arrested a person in connection with a suspicious death in an apartment complex.

City to businesses: Close your doors and windows with AC on
MADISON — A proposed ordinance would penalize business owners in Madison who leave their doors and windows open too long while running air conditioners.

Supreme Court: Lawsuit over child's death can continue
MADISON — The state Supreme Court says a lawsuit accusing the city of New Berlin of negligence in a young girl's death can continue.

Spectrum Brands completes Rayovac sale to Energizer
MIDDLETON — Wisconsin-based Spectrum Brands has sold its Rayovac battery division to competitor Energizer for $2 billion.

Assembly's Vos to form water quality task force
MADISON — Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he will form a water-quality task force following reports of contaminated wells across southwestern Wisconsin.

 

 
 
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