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MADISON — Wisconsin ethics officials are considering making the state among the leaders in accepting political contributions in bitcoins and other digital currencies, despite concerns about the inherent anonymity of such donations and the fluctuation of exchange rates. The federal government, Montana and Washington, D.C., already allow bitcoin campaign contributions, but most states have been slow to embrace cryptocurrencies because the source of the donation is untraceable.
Horford, Smart lift Celtics over Bucks 92-87 for 3-2 lead
BOSTON — Al Horford had 22 points and 14 rebounds, Marcus Smart made an impact in his first game since mid-March and the Boston Celtics beat the Milwaukee Bucks 92-87 on Tuesday night for a 3-2 lead in their first-round playoff series. Smart came off the bench and had nine points, five rebounds, four assists and three blocks in his first game since undergoing right thumb surgery.
Cain homers in return to KC as Brewers beat Royals 5-2
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Lorenzo Cain homered while reaching base four times in his return to Kauffman Stadium, and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Kansas City Royals 5-2 on Tuesday night to open their two-game set. Travis Shaw added a three-run homer for the Brewers, while Zach Davies (2-2) pitched six innings of four-hit ball. Ryan Braun had two hits, walked twice and drove in a run.
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State begins taking applications for school safety grants Lisbon Town Board rejects $42M plan for former Lied’s site
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Justice began accepting applications Tuesday for $100 million in new school safety grants. The money for the grants was the centerpiece of a bill Republican Gov. Scott Walker signed last month to address school safety in the wake of a mass shooting at a Florida high school. School Safety within the DOJ to administer the grants and help schools develop safety plans and requires annual school safety drills. The bill did not impose any restrictions on gun ownership.

 

TOWN OF LISBON — The Town Board has rejected a $42 million development proposal for the former Lied’s Nursery Company property at the corner of Hwy 74 (Main Street) and Town Line Road. The proposal from Forward Development Group of Verona asked the town to borrow $9.5 million to pay for public improvements for the project, according to Ehlers Inc., the town’s financial advisors.
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DNR approves pulling Lake Michigan water for Foxconn plant
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>>Car auction facility not permitted in Big Bend, attorney says
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Grafton puts brakes on subdivision

Wisconsin DNR approves 4 air permits for Foxconn City attorney to prosecute senator for disorderly conduct
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources approved four air permits Tuesday for the Foxconn Technology Group campus in the southeast corner of the state, despite objections that the massive plant will increase smog emissions. Foxconn is preparing to build a $10 billion plant in Mount Pleasant that could employ up to 13,000 people. The plant would produce liquid crystal flat-screen panels. MADISON — The Milwaukee city attorney's office will prosecute Democratic state Sen. Lena Taylor for disorderly conduct. Taylor's attorney, Vince Bobot, said police cited Taylor after she got into an argument with a teller at a Wells Fargo bank branch on April 6. He says the city attorney's office decided late Monday afternoon to prosecute the citation in municipal court.


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Agency warns retailers not to sell Juul e-cigarette to kids
WASHINGTON — Federal health officials on Tuesday announced a nationwide crackdown on underage use of a popular e-cigarette brand following months of complaints from parents, politicians and school administrators. The Food and Drug Administration issued warnings to 40 retail and online stores as part of a monthlong operation against illegal sales of Juul to children.


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14 Big Ten football players poised to break out in the fall
A look at football players in the Big Ten this spring who are poised to have standout seasons beginning this fall: WR Nick Westbrook, junior. Westbrook emerged as one of the Hoosiers' top offensive playmakers two years ago. Last year, he tore an ACL on the first play of the season and received a medical redshirt. Expect Westbrook to reassert himself in what's become a crowded and talented receiving corps.

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Pence to join with Walker, Foxconn executive at forum
MADISON — Vice President Mike Pence plans to join with an executive from Foxconn Technology Group, Gov. Scott Walker and U.S. Rep. Glenn Grothman at a public forum in Milwaukee to talk about the Republican tax overhaul.

Burial set for Wisconsin soldier killed in Korean War
LANCASTER — The remains of a Wisconsin serviceman killed in the Korean War and recently accounted for will be buried this week.

Court: PR firm not entitled to free accident data
MADISON — A state appeals court says a public relations firm doesn't have the right to free access to the state Department of Transportation's accident database.

Former UW-Stevens Point director fatally shot in Minnesota
CARLTON, Minn. — Authorities say a man fatally shot in northeastern Minnesota was the former director of the Native American Center at the University of Wisconsin-Steven Point.

Death of 7-year-old investigated in Manitowoc County
MANITOWOC — Authorities in Manitowoc County are investigating the death of a 7-year-old boy. An autopsy scheduled Monday could help determine what caused the death of Ethan Hauschultz

Suspect being chased by police enters school
MADISON — Officials at a Madison elementary school say a man being chased by police attempted to elude officers by ducking into their building where he was confronted by a teacher and apprehended.

Wisconsin officials warn of possible measles exposure
LA CROSSE — County health departments in western Wisconsin are warning people about recent potential exposure to measles.

Snow causes part of Brown County Arena roof to collapse
ASHWAUBENON — Snow has crashed through part of the roof of the Brown County Veterans Memorial Arena near Green Bay.

Study: Wisconsin tribal forests more diverse, sustainable
MADISON — Native American reservations in northern Wisconsin have older trees, as well as better plant diversity and tree regeneration than surrounding state or national forests, according to researchers.

Wisconsin bar association rescinds award for convicted felon
MADISON — The state bar association has stripped a lawyer convicted in a sexual assault of a prestigious award in the wake of stinging criticism from Attorney General Brad Schimel.

Conservative PAC announces $1 million ad buy for Nicholson
MADISON — A conservative political action committee backing Republican Kevin Nicholson for U.S. Senate says it is launching a $1 million television ad campaign that compares him with Ronald Reagan.

Longtime Justice Abrahamson misses court for medical tests
MADISON — Longtime Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Shirley Abrahamson is getting medical tests and has been out of court for more than a week.

Pence to participate in Milwaukee forum to tout tax overhaul
MADISON — Vice President Mike Pence plans to participate in a public forum in Milwaukee next week to tout the Republican tax overhaul.

Lena Taylor mum on disorderly conduct allegations
MADISON — State Sen. Lena Taylor is refusing to say anything about allegations she got into an altercation with a bank teller.

Prisoner escapes in DOC vehicle
MADISON — Authorities are searching for a prisoner who escaped from a Department of Corrections vehicle in Milwaukee.

Budget panel signs off on UW performance funding formula
MADISON — The Legislature's budget committee has signed off on the University of Wisconsin System's plan for divvying up a chunk of new state aid according to schools' performance.

Appeals court: City properly annexed land for sand mine
MADISON — A state appeals court says Whitehall city officials properly annexed land for a sand mine.

Wisconsin woman to argue for full award in amputation case
MADISON — The Wisconsin Supreme Court will decide whether a woman should receive a $25.3 million jury awarded her after she had four limbs amputated as a result of medical malpractice.

Father charged in teen son's shooting death in Wisconsin
HUDSON — Prosecutors in western Wisconsin have charged a father accused of fatally shooting his teenage son from Minnesota.

Man charged in 2000 Chicago arson fire that killed 2 women
CHICAGO — A Wisconsin man is charged with murder in the deaths of two women during a Chicago liquor store arson fire 18 years ago.

Missing Waukesha woman found dead in Milwaukee
WAUKESHA — A missing Waukesha woman has been found dead in Milwaukee. Police said Monday 21-year-old Shannon Mani was shot and stabbed by a known suspect and died Friday as a result of those injuries.

Wisconsin residents worry about coal dust from power plant
OAK CREEK - Residents in southeast Wisconsin are concerned about how their health is being affected by black coal dust from a nearby power plant.

Male gorilla dies at Milwaukee County Zoo
MILWAUKEE — A male gorilla has died at the Milwaukee County Zoo after experiencing some health problems.

Vukmir's fundraising trails Nicholson for Senate
MADISON — Republican U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir is trailing her primary opponent Kevin Nicholson in fundraising so far this year.

Wisconsin pension fund managers get $11.6 million in bonuses
MADISON — Wisconsin pension fund managers and those who work directly with the state's investments will receive bonuses totaling $11.6 million this year, down from the record-high of nearly $14 million last year.

 

 
 
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