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September 14, 2014

 
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Walker promising to cut taxes, 
require drug tests
Casino not a done deal but jobseekers still sought
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker's promises for a second term include cutting property and income taxes for individuals, requiring drug tests for those seeking unemployment and food stamp benefits and freezing tuition at technical colleges and the University of Wisconsin System. KENOSHA - Gov. Scott Walker still hasn't decided whether to approve a proposed off-reservation casino in Kenosha, but that hasn't stopped the team leading the project from launching a website for prospective job seekers. The Menominee Nation and Hard Rock said Friday that they created the website to prepare for the "likelihood of approval."
Clark, Reynolds homer as Brewers beat Reds 9-2 Rodgers, Packers roar back to beat Jets 31-24
MILWAUKEE Matt Clark hit a three-run homer in Milwaukee's five-run seventh inning, and the Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 9-2 on Sunday. Mark Reynolds added a solo shot in the eighth as the Brewers won for the fourth time in five games. Matt Garza (8-8) allowed one run and four hits in six-plus innings.

GREEN BAY, Wis. Once they figured out the New York Jets' running game, the Green Bay Packers set the tone through the air. Aaron Rodgers threw for three touchdowns, Jordy Nelson had a career-high 209 yards receiving and the Packers rallied from an 18-point deficit to win their home opener 31-24 on Sunday.

Farmers worry good corn 
crop could mean low prices
Special wedding guest: 
Man who saved groom's life
EAU CLAIRE - Agricultural officials are projecting an 11 percent increase in the size of Wisconsin's corn harvest this year, a prediction that has farmers worried prices will drop too low for them to make a profit. State projections call for corn yields of 162 bushels per acre, an increase of 16 bushels per acre from last year, a news outlet reported.

 

MINNEAPOLIS - When Adam Myers and Sloan Braith get married Saturday, they'll have a special guest present: The man whose bone marrow made their big day possible. Jeremy Gitzlaff, of Pewaukee, Wisconsin, donated the marrow last year that's credited with saving Myers' life from leukemia. Myers and Gitzlaff have been communicating via texts, email and Facebook this summer, but the wedding at scenic William O'Brien State Park will be the first time they've spoken.

Rescuers end ocean search 
for Navy fighter pilot

When sinkholes open, 
they can swallow fortunes

LEMOORE, Calif. - Rescuers on Saturday have called off their search of the Pacific Ocean for a Navy fighter pilot whose jet was one of two that crashed west of Wake Island. The Navy said Saturday that it presumes the pilot is dead after failing to find him during a 36-hour search. The Navy declined to release the pilot's name pending notification of his family. The Navy said the crash is under investigation and didn't release any more details.

LOUISVILLE, Ky. - Solid ground isn't always a certainty. Sinkholes can lurk anywhere, beneath suburban homes, city streets or even football stadiums and museums. It's basic geology: Sinkholes open when soil collapses into large holes, caused by flowing water in underground limestone. Their toll can be dramatic, swallowing homes, trees or anything else on the collapsing ground - even prized Corvettes.


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Will Apple's digital wallet kill the card swipe?
NEW YORK - Apple wants the plastic credit card to become as rare as the paper check. On Tuesday, the company announced Apple Pay, a digital payment system that lets people pay for retail store purchases using their phones rather than cash or credit cards. The service, which will work both with iPhones and Apple's new Watch, is backed by a host of big retailers, along with most major banks and credit card issuers, including Visa, MasterCard and American Express.


TODAY IN SPORTS
WS star Frank Torre, Joe's brother, dies at 82
NEW YORK - Frank Torre, the World Series star who helped put little brother Joe on a path that led to the Hall of Fame, has died. He was 82. The Major League Baseball commissioner's office said Torre died Saturday at a hospice in Palm Beach, Florida. He had previously received heart and kidney transplants, and had been ill in recent years with cancer.

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Don GiovanniDon Giovanni
Conductor Edo de Waart leads the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra and an international cast through Mozart's legend. The opera, which first premiered in 1787, is based on the legends of Don Juan, a fictional Spanish libertine and seducer.

SLIDESHOWS



August Photos of the Month 
Posted 09-05-14


Menomonee Falls vs. Kettle Moraine Lutheran 08-27-14
Posted 09-05-14


Catholic Memorial vs. West Allis Central 08-28-14
Posted 09-05-14


VIDEOS



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
Posted 09-03-2014

 

Waukesha Public Library's new Makerbot
Posted 09-02-14


 
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Wisconsin historical site plans Halloween fest
MADISON - A southeastern Wisconsin historical site is planning a Halloween festival next month.

Explosion levels home; owner, in driveway, unhurt
GENOA - A Genoa-area man was not injured in the recent explosion and fire that leveled his home, although he said he lost nearly every possession he owned.

Marshfield man suspected in Packers ticket scam
MARSHFIELD - Marshfield police say a scammer has been bilking local businesses by saying he can acquire Green Bay Packers tickets, and then failing to deliver the goods.

Man, boy die when wall collapses in Pepin County
DURAND - Authorities in western Wisconsin say a trench wall collapsed in Pepin County, killing a 56-year-old man and a 2-year-old boy.

Wisconsin convict pays restitution to victim's mom
JANESVILLE - A 30-year-old Wisconsin man convicted of hiding and burning a body in his backyard has been ordered to pay restitution to the victim's mother.

Charges: Man killed girlfriend, staged as suicide
PORTAGE - A Rio man is accused of killing his girlfriend and making her death look like a suicide.

13-year-old charged as adult in Racine stabbing
MILWAUKEE - A 13-year-old Racine boy was charged this week with stabbing and injuring an 11-year-old girl, becoming the third Wisconsin juvenile in four months to be charged as an adult in a stabbing.

Racine man convicted in toddler's death
RACINE - A Racine man has been convicted of delivering a fatal blow to a toddler who had spilled milk on his baby sister.

Sheriff: Wisconsin guardsman dies in car accident
SHELL LAKE Washburn County authorities have identified a man who was fatally hit by a car last week as a National Guardsman returning from a comrade's funeral.

Police: Wisconsin man shocks daughter with collar
SHEBOYGAN Authorities have charged a Sheboygan man who they say used a dog's shock collar on his 7-year-old daughter.

Milwaukee existing home sales slip in August
MILWAUKEE Sales of existing homes in the Milwaukee area slipped just over 2 percent in August, continuing a slower year for the metro housing market.

Appleton woman accused of taking $1M from employer
DALE An Appleton accountant stole more than $1 million from her employer, a local farming equipment company, to pay for her online shopping addiction, Outagamie County prosecutors said.

School employee accused of assaulting student
OSHKOSH Oshkosh police say a middle school employee has been arrested and accused of having sex with a 14-year-old student.

Lighthouse on Door County island going high-tech
PLUM ISLAND A lighthouse on an uninhabited Door County island is going high-tech.

Minnesota man arrested in Wisconsin shooting death
BALDWIN Wisconsin authorities have arrested a Minnesota man in connection with the shooting death of his girlfriend.

Wisconsin Book Festival set for next month
MADISON Book lovers, rejoice. The Wisconsin Book Festival is returning to Madison next month.

1 hurt in fire at historic apartment building
COLUMBUS One person has been injured in a fire at a historic apartment building in Columbus.
Fire brought out Tuesday night at the three-story brick Tremont which was built in 1892.

Packers' Coats for Kids collection set for Sunday
GREEN BAY The Green Bay Packers are inviting fans who attend this weekend's home opener to donate warm winter coats for needy children.

Prosecutor: Vogelsberg tormented half brother
MADISON A former Wisconsin man accused of killing his half brother and then hiding the body would torment the autistic man, beating him with a board and shooting him with a BB gun, a prosecutor alleged in opening statements Tuesday.

 

 
 
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