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September 3, 2015

 
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WAUKESHA — The man believed to have shot and killed 40-year-old Waukesha resident Kevin J. Hueman last month lies in the intensive care unit at Froedtert Hospital for wounds he inflicted upon himself as Waukesha Police descended on his St. Paul Avenue residence Wednesday night. In a press conference Thursday morning, Waukesha Police Chief Russell Jack said all available evidence points toward the 35-year-old male suspect as being the shooter in the Aug. 14 homicide on the 200 block of Albert Street.
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Locke struggles, Brewers 
beat Pirates for 5th time in row

MILWAUKEE — Pittsburgh Pirates manager Clint Hurdle won't make a rash decision about Jeff Locke's spot in the rotation after another subpar start. Locke certainly isn't helping his case in the heat of a pennant race.
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Pirates' Aramis Ramirez greeted warmly back in Milwaukee

QB Joel Stave finds stability with Chryst for No. 20 Badgers
MADISON — This time last year, quarterback Joel Stave wasn't having much fun. He has a much different outlook playing for a new, quarterback-friendly head coach in a new system at No. 20 Wisconsin. Most important for Stave is that he has job security as the unquestioned starter going into the season opener against third-ranked Alabama.
Super PAC backing Scott Walker announces $9 million ad buy Ron Ebert remembered as man of faith, flower grower
MADISON — A super PAC backing Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's run for the White House announced a $9.25 million ad buy Wednesday for three early voting states, expanding on a $7 million television ad campaign that starts in Iowa next week. The ad buy announced by officials with the Unintimidated PAC comes as Walker tries to right his campaign after shooting to the top of the Republican field in Iowa earlier this year, only to plummet in recent polls as billionaire investor Donald Trump and neurosurgeon Ben Carson gained momentum.

IXONIA - Even though his life was cut short by a sudden illness, Ron Ebert touched many lives through his willingness to share his faith and by the beautiful flowers he grew and sold. “The biggest thing that I want to make known is his faith,” said his younger brother Mark Ebert. “He was a great leader at Ebert’s with his faith and devotion to God. He was always sharing God’s word to everybody. He made an incredible impact - I can’t tell you how many people.”
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Three-story clinic proposed
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Legislators question state tax credits given to Eaton Corporation
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Wildeck to add workspace, plans to hire up to 100
>>U.S. Golf Association to open office in Elm Grove ahead of U.S. Open
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Republican bills target Planned Parenthood federal funding Big cities scramble to be 
prepared for an oil train disaster

MADISON — About $7.5 million in federal funding for Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin would be cut under two Republican-backed bills heard Wednesday by a state Assembly committee, measures that come as the Legislature also considers criminalizing research on aborted fetal tissue. Supporters defended the measures as reasonable steps to prevent taxpayer money going to a group that provides abortions.

 

PHILADELPHIA — They rumble past schools, homes and businesses in dozens of cities around the country — 100-car trains loaded with crude oil from the Upper Midwest. While railroads have long carried hazardous materials through congested urban areas, cities are now scrambling to formulate emergency plans and to train firefighters amid the latest safety threat: a fiftyfold increase in crude shipments that critics say has put millions of people living or working near the tracks at heightened risk of derailment, fire and explosion.

 



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Sony, back in the crosshairs, defends 'Concussion'
NEW YORK — Nearly a year after the devastating hacking attack that leaked thousands of emails, Sony Pictures Entertainment again finds itself trying to justify its own inner dealings, this time over the upcoming Will Smith film about head trauma and the NFL, "Concussion."

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Packers not satisfied with NFC North perch
The competitive balance that has come to define the modern NFL has not exactly been evenly distributed across the different divisions. The Green Bay Packers sure haven't been generous in sharing their hold on the NFC North.

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Fall Downtown Business Art WalkDelafield Art Walk
An infusion of music and art gathers together the community of downtown Delafield for the annual fall art walk,  With the opportunity to enjoy a ride in a horse-drawn carriage, view a variety of artwork or listen to musical performances, this will be an art walk you don't want to miss.

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PGA Championship at Whistling Straits 08-16-15
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Wisconsin State Fair 08-26-15
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Brookfield Central vs. Milwaukee Riverside 08-27-15
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Waukesha Police homicide arrest press conference
Posted 09-03-15


Telepresence student Rebecca Sohm
Posted 09-01-15


Ozaukee County sheriff awards citizens
Posted 08-27-15


Waukesha man helps neighbor with antique saw
Posted 08-23-15

Lap At Veloce Indoor Track
Posted 08-23-15

Madisyn Schwanke; Alopecia Areata
Posted 08-14-2015
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Police: Suspect arrested in Waukesha fatal shooting
WAUKESHA — Police say they've arrested a 35-year-old man in the fatal shooting of another man last month in Waukesha.

Sausage patties recalled after complaints of metal pieces
KENOSHA — A Wisconsin company is recalling roughly 89,000 pounds of pork sausage patties after officials say consumers complained of finding small pieces of metal.

Supreme Court to hear arguments in record redaction case
MADISON — The state Supreme Court will hear arguments this month on whether police can redact information gleaned from driver data from reports released to the public.

Report: Wisconsin police officers chasing more suspects
APPLETON — High-speed police chases and injuries are becoming more common in Wisconsin, despite some police departments' restrictions on chases over minor infractions, according to a recent analysis of Wisconsin Department of Transportation records.

Survey: Wisconsin farmland values dip in 2nd quarter of 2015
MILWAUKEE — A survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago says the value of Wisconsin farmland in its district fell about 2 percent from April through June.

Bills targeting Planned Parenthood funding up for hearing
MADISON — A Republican bill to block federal money from going to Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin is up for a public hearing.

Police: 5 sickened by smoking synthetic marijuana
LANCASTER — Lancaster police say five people were taken to a hospital after allegedly smoking synthetic marijuana.

Duchow wins primary for vacant Wisconsin Assembly seat
MADISON — A Town of Delafield supervisor has defeated three other Republican challengers in the race for a vacancy in the Wisconsin state Assembly.

Wisconsin private school voucher spending outpaces public
MADISON — Spending on Wisconsin's private school voucher program increased about seven times as fast as aid to public schools since Gov. Scott Walker and Republicans took control of the Statehouse, based on new figures released Tuesday.

Wisconsin State Patrol rescinding raises for Walker security
MADISON — The Wisconsin State Patrol is rescinding pay raises for officers who provide security to Gov. Scott Walker after federal regulators said they are due overtime pay dating back to May 2013.

Wisconsin officer who killed biracial man back on duty
MADISON — A Madison police officer who killed an unarmed biracial man has returned to duty.

OSHA seeks $42K in fines against Waukesha scrap yard
WAUKESHA — A federal safety agency is proposing $42,000 in fines against a Waukesha scrap yard where an employee was killed when he was struck by a forklift truck.

Wisconsin man convicted of woman's fatal shooting
JEFFERSON — A jury has convicted a 33-year-old Wisconsin man of killing the mother of his child. A Jefferson County jury on Saturday convicted Michael Henderson of Waterloo on one count of first-degree intentional homicide.

UW leaders set to start listening sessions
MADISON — University of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin a series of listening sessions around the state. The first session is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at UW-La Crosse. Community, legislative and business leaders are expected to speak on health topics.

Largest, most diverse incoming class at UW-Superior
SUPERIOR — University of Wisconsin-Superior administrators say this year's enrollment increase can be attributed, in part, to a record influx of international students.

Safety officials urge drivers to watch for school children
GREEN BAY — Children across Wisconsin are heading back to school. Public safety officials are reminding motorists to be on the lookout for children boarding or exiting school buses.

Wisconsin dept. to provide back pay for Walker security team
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says it will provide back pay for State Patrol officers who serve as bodyguards for Gov. Scott Walker and other state officials.

Wisconsin driver helps bald eagle she struck with SUV
ST. PAUL, Minn. — A bald eagle hit by an SUV in Wisconsin is recovering at a University of Minnesota clinic after being helped by the driver who hit it.

 

 
 
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