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Global marches draw 
attention to climate change
Backers seek expansion 
of civil rights death law
NEW YORK — Tens of thousands of activists walked through Manhattan on Sunday, warning that climate change is destroying the Earth — in stride with demonstrators around the world who urged policymakers to take quick action. BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — There has only been one prosecution under the Emmett Till Act, even though the law was passed with the promise of $135 million for police work and an army of federal agents to investigate unsolved killings from the civil rights era. Some deaths aren't even under review because of a quirk in the law.
Brewers falling fast from 
playoff hunt as Pirates edge 1-0
Lions dominate Packers 19-7

PITTSBURGH — Vance Worley pitched eight sparkling innings, Russell Martin hit a late RBI single and the Pittsburgh Pirates trapped a runner in the ninth, edging Milwaukee 1-0 Sunday to extend their wild-card lead over the Brewers. The Pirates leads Milwaukee by 4 1-2 games for the second NL wild-card spot with a week to go. Andrew McCutchen singled and scored in the seventh, helping Pittsburgh take two of three from the Brewers.

DETROIT — If Detroit's defensive front plays like this, it may not matter how banged up the secondary is. Don Carey returned a fumble 40 yards for a touchdown, and Detroit's defensive front stuffed Green Bay on Sunday, leading the Lions to a 19-7 victory over Aaron Rodgers and the Packers.
Milwaukee fraternity 
president faces drug charges
Nearly 700 complaints over 
waits at Madison VA

MILWAUKEE — The president of a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee fraternity being investigated after a party there left several people hospitalized and with memory lapses is facing unrelated drug charges. Tau Kappa Epsilon president Thomas Kreinbring was charged Friday with possession of a prescription drug without a valid prescription, keeping a drug house and other charges.

 

MADISON — There have been nearly 700 complaints about the timeliness of getting health care at Madison's Veterans Hospital over the last two years, according to records obtained by the Wisconsin State Journal. The State Journal reported Sunday that the records don't seem to indicate any evidence of harm, but several complaints outline potentially dire situations: For example, one man with kidney cancer wondered why his treatment started three weeks after his diagnosis, and one man with blood in his urine couldn't get an appointment with a urologist for six weeks.

 

Race driver killed at Beaver 
Dam track from Brookfield
5 ways to protect yourself 
from data breaches

BEAVER DAM - Sprint car driver Scott Semmelmann was killed in a wreck during practice for a race Saturday night at Beaver Dam Raceway. Beaver Dam Raceway general manager Carolyn Mueller and Bumper to Bumper IRA Outlaw Sprint Car Series President Steve Sinclair confirmed the death.

 

NEW YORK — Data breaches at retailers aren't going away but there are ways consumers can protect themselves from future heists of their payment card information. Home Depot said Thursday that malicious software lurking in its check-out terminals between April and September affected 56 million debit and credit cards that customers swiped at its stores.

 


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SpaceX launches 3-D printer, other station gear
CAPE CANAVERAL — A SpaceX cargo ship rocketed toward the International Space Station on Sunday, carrying the first 3-D printer for astronauts in orbit. In all, the unmanned Dragon capsule is delivering more than 5,000 pounds of space station supplies for NASA.


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Playing catch up: Gordon, No. 19 Badgers impress
MADISON — Wisconsin's offense is a work in progress with a first-year starting quarterback throwing to receivers placed in more prominent roles this season. But a 68-17 drubbing of Bowling Green offered positive signs for the road ahead for the Badgers, especially with prominent holdover Melvin Gordon leading the charge on the ground.

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August Photos of the Month 
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Catholic Memorial vs. West Allis Central 08-28-14
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Max Schippers
Posted 09-18-2014


Bridal Bliss 2014 Expo
Posted 09-09-2014


The Ozaukee County Historical Society sponsored a Revolutionary War
re-enactment
Posted 09-05-2014


Cedarburg Police Dept. ALS ice
bucket challenge
Posted 09-04-2014

Volunteers and the lake sturgeon at Riveredge Nature Center
Posted 09-04-2014

 

First day of school - girl and her service dog at Decorah Elementary
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Wisconsin gun group sues for Green Bay records
GREEN BAY — A group promoting Wisconsin gun owner rights is suing the city of Green Bay for records that might indicate if the city has a policy on carrying guns openly.

Petition seeks to save Sun Prairie victim memorial
SUN PRAIRIE - Thousands of people have signed an online petition asking that a roadside memorial to a woman killed by a drunken driver in Sun Prairie be allowed to remain.

Janesville man, 48, arrested for fifth-offense OWI
JANESVILLE - Rock County authorities say a driver who was found slumped over the wheel in a parking lot has been arrested for fifth-offense drunken driving.

Racine man, 35, convicted in fatal 2006 beating
RACINE - A Racine man has been convicted in a 2006 beating that was so severe the victim lapsed into a coma for 18 months before he died.

Wisconsin museum opens powwow exhibit
MADISON - The Wisconsin Historical Museum has opened a new exhibit on American Indian powwows.

Man accused of fondling cancer patient in hospital
LA CROSSE - A Whitehall man is accused of fondling a terminally ill cancer patient while she was sedated in her La Crosse hospital bed.

Obama, Clinton urge women to back Democrats
WASHINGTON - Heading into President Barack Obama's final midterm election in the White House, Democrats on Friday sought to energize female voters, pointing to women as key to the party's future.

Dane County clerk didn't follow model ballot
MADISON - Election clerks around Wisconsin, including the Democratic one in Dane County, have decided not to use a model ballot for the November election that's being challenged by Republicans as confusing and benefiting Democrats.

Burke fires consultant over jobs plan copying
MADISON - Democratic candidate for Wisconsin governor Mary Burke said Friday she cut ties with a consultant she blames for copying several sections of her jobs plan from platforms of other Democrats.

UWSP student, instructor teaming up on safety app
STEVENS POINT - Two members of the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point community are developing a safety app that allows students to track the location of friends who are out on the town.

Wisconsin AG hopeful drops defense lawyer donation
MADISON - Democratic attorney general hopeful Susan Happ has given a campaign contribution from a defense attorney who brokered a plea deal with her office to charity.

Body of missing boater found in Kenosha County
KENOSHA - Sheriff's officials say the body of a missing fisherman has been recovered from a lake in Kenosha County.

Man convicted of 8th drunken driving charge
JUNEAU - Prosecutors say a Wisconsin man sent to prison for his eighth drunken driving conviction told investigators he had gotten behind the wheel while intoxicated hundreds of times.

Wisconsin woman gets 30 years in boyfriend's death
GREEN BAY - A Green Bay-area woman has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for fatally shooting her boyfriend.

Dogs, parakeet removed from squalid conditions
KENDALL - Animal welfare workers have removed 15 dogs and a bird from squalid conditions at a mobile home in Monroe County.

Milwaukee courthouse fire damages total $19.1M
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee County officials say the final cost of a July 2013 electrical fire at the county courthouse is $19.1 million.

Fire burns at vacant community center
MILWAUKEE — Firefighters are battling a blaze at a community center on Milwaukee's south side.

Ex-deputy gets 50 years prison in child sex case
ROCKFORD, Ill. — A former northern Illinois sheriff's deputy who investigated child pornography was sentenced Wednesday to 50 years in federal prison on charges involving sex with a minor.

Divers search Kenosha Co. lake for missing boater
KENOSHA — Authorities are expected to resume their search for a missing boater on a Kenosha County lake.

 

 
 
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