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MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker signed a bill Monday lifting Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining, reversing his vote from nearly 20 years ago imposing the ban and brushing aside conservationists' warnings that the measure will lead to devastating pollution. The governor signed the GOP-authored bill during a mid-day stop at the Oneida County Airport in Rhinelander. 
Brewers ace Nelson not throwing until spring training
LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell has reiterated that ace Jimmy Nelson will not resume throwing until spring training and won't be ready for opening day as he comes back from a shoulder injury. Nelson was 12-6 with a 3.49 ERA last season. The right-hander was hurt Sept. 8 diving back to first after rounding the base after getting a single.
Wisconsin loses guard Kobe King to season-ending knee injury
MADISON — The injury news keeps getting worse for Wisconsin. The team said Monday that freshman guard Kobe King would miss the rest of the season following left knee surgery. One of three promising newcomers to the roster this year, King averaged 5.2 points after playing in each of the first 10 games. He is eligible to apply for a medical redshirt.
GOP says Evers not fairly applying revocation law New details on future uses for
Sears site
MADISON — Republicans say Wisconsin state Superintendent Tony Evers is not fairly applying the law covering when a teacher's license is revoked. Republicans have criticized Evers' decision not to revoke the license of a Middleton middle school teacher in 2014 fired for viewing emails that included images of naked women. An arbitrator found no students were in the classroom when the teacher saw the emails. BROOKFIELD — The overhaul of Brookfield Square’s southeast corner continued to take shape Monday, following a panel’s recommendation to proceed with a proposal to raze most of the existing Sears building. The city Plan Commission recommended a series of preliminary details linked to the current 29acre Sears parcel.
>>Remembering longtime Little Swiss Clock Shop manager Gary Roman
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Town considers options on Kohlwey development
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Charter Manufacturing plans expansion
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Brown County Judge Kelley assigned to Walker case Charges: Turkish businessman exported US goods to Iran
MADISON — Brown County Circuit Judge Kendall Kelley has been assigned to review whether to pursue contempt findings against nine people involved with a now-closed investigation into Gov. Scott Walker. Kelley was assigned Monday to replace Jefferson County Circuit Judge William Hue. He removed himself from the case because he had posted comments on Twitter about the investigation before it was assigned to him. MILWAUKEE - Federal prosecutors allege a Turkish businessman helped illegally route Wisconsin-made outboard engines and boat generators to the Iranian navy. Forty-year-old Resit Tavan of Istanbul appeared in U.S. District Court in Milwaukee Monday. Tavan was arrested in Romania in June on an international warrant. Tavan, his Turkish company and a manager there are accused of conspiring to defraud the U.S. and to smuggle American-made products to Iran.


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Admin says big revenue from GOP tax plan; analysts less rosy
WASHINGTON — The Republican tax plan will deliver a swift adrenaline shot to the economy that will send hundreds of billions pouring into federal tax coffers, the Trump administration asserts in a new analysis. But nonpartisan analysts make a less rosy projection of new revenue from the tax legislation now before Congress.

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McCarthy: Packers' doctor evaluating tests on Rodgers
GREEN BAY — Packers coach Mike McCarthy was cautious. His players seemed hopeful. Green Bay might be getting quarterback Aaron Rodgers back soon from a collarbone injury. But the final decision rests with the team doctor, with the help of other experts, on whether the two-time NFL MVP is healthy enough to return for the Packers' game this weekend against Carolina.

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Midnight Madness
Shop Hartford at this annual event from 6 pm - Midnight!  Stroll down Main Street and check out deals on those last-minute gifts on your shopping list!  Bring a camera to capture a photo-op with Santa. Carriage rides right down Main Street from 6-9 pm, free with a donation to the Food Pantry.  Live entertainment and demonstrations at most of the shops.  Giveaways and free samples!  Come enjoy a fun night in Hartford at Midnight Madness!

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Walker appoints new Medicaid director, deputy chief of staff
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker has appointed a new state Medicaid director. Heather Smith will take over for Michael Heifetz, who is leaving Walker's administration to work in the private sector. 

Committees set hearing on GOP bill to end wetland permits
MADISON — Two legislative committees have scheduled a joint hearing on a Republican bill that would allow developers to build on state wetlands without a permit.

Bill would create state-certified Wisconsin beer label
MADISON  — A bill circulating in the Legislature would create a new state-certified Wisconsin beer label.

Michigan panel urges temporary shutdown of Mackinac pipeline
LANSING, Mich. — A government safety panel on Monday urged the temporary shutdown of twin oil pipelines in the Straits of Mackinac until their operator can finish inspections and repair coating gaps, after some members expressed concerns over a recent deal between the state and Enbridge Inc.

3 state attorneys favor walling off Great Lakes to stop carp
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Attorneys general from three states say a $275 million federal plan for keeping Asian carp from migrating into the Great Lakes is too pricey and rejects the most effective solution.

Family of girl killed in 1973 tries to stop killer's release
FOND DU LAC — The family of a young eastern Wisconsin girl who was killed on Halloween night more than four decades ago is trying to stop her killer from being let out of prison.

Wisconsin Goodwill finds WWII veteran's historic documents
APPLETON — An employee at a Goodwill outlet store in eastern Wisconsin retrieved a three-ring binder from the store's sorting area that was packed with historic documents.

Wisconsin governor to sign bill lifting mining moratorium
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker plans to sign a bill lifting Wisconsin's moratorium on gold and silver mining. The Republican governor is scheduled to sign the "Mining for America" bill Monday in Rhinelander.

Court: 'Making a Murderer' defendant's confession stands
CHICAGO - A federal appeals court in Chicago narrowly overturned a ruling Friday that could have freed a Wisconsin inmate featured in the "Making a Murderer" series from prison, though one dissenting judge called the case "a profound miscarriage of justice." 

Partisan divide deepens over Walker investigation
MADISON - The deep partisan divide over a secret investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's recall reignited this week after the release of a Department of Justice investigative report that said those who seized personal emails from scores of Republicans and didn't keep them secure should be held in contempt. 

Walker outlaws soliciting sexual photos of children
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker has signed a Republican bill that makes soliciting sexually explicit photographs from children illegal.

Evers' allies try to block WILL lawsuit in Madison court
MADISON - Wisconsin public schools Superintendent Tony Evers' allies want a Madison judge to reaffirm that Evers doesn't need Republican Gov. Scott Walker's permission to write regulations.

Wisconsin milling company will fight explosion citations
MADISON - A Wisconsin milling company will challenge at least some of the citations federal regulators filed against it following a fatal plant explosion earlier this year.

UW regents approve new online degree oversight
MADISON — University of Wisconsin System leaders have approved President Ray Cross' proposal to bring an associate degree program under control of a four-year institution rather than system administration.  

Democratic lawmaker on sex misconduct charges: 'It happened'
MILWAUKEE — The Democratic state lawmaker accused of kissing two women against their wishes is admitting for the first time that he did what they alleged. Milwaukee Rep. Josh Zepnick tells WTMJ-TV in a Wednesday interview that "It happened and I regret it and it wasn't intended to cause anybody any harm."

Wisconsin state senator's accuser torn on complaint release
MADISON — A former legislative aide who accused then-state Sen. Spencer Coggs of sexual harassment eight years ago says she's torn over whether lawmakers should release sexual misconduct complaints.  

Milwaukee crossing guard struck by hit-and-run driver dies
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a 71-year-old crossing guard has died after he was struck by a hit-and-run driver last month.

 

 
 
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