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MADISON - Republican Senate Majority Leader Scott Fitzgerald threw cold water on a couple of Gov. Scott Walker's top priorities Friday, saying he was cut out of negotiations between the governor and Assembly on a tax cut deal and juvenile justice overhaul. Fitzgerald told The Associated Press that both proposals, which passed the Assembly this week, will have serious problems getting through the Senate with no changes.
Antetokounmpo scores 26, Bucks beat Raptors 122-119 in OT
TORONTO Giannis Antetokounmpo had 26 points and 12 rebounds, and the Milwaukee Bucks snapped Toronto's seven-game win streak with a 122-119 overtime victory against the Raptors on Friday night. Eric Bledsoe and Khris Middleton each scored 21 points as the Bucks won the opener of an eight-game stretch against teams in playoff contention. Jason Terry scored 14 points, and John Henson and Thon Maker each had 12.
Yelich makes spring debut 
in left field for Brewers
PHOENIX - New Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich struck out twice in his spring training debut Friday when the Brewers hosted the Chicago Cubs in a split-squad game. He also singled before departing after the fourth inning.
Yelich, who arrived via trade for four prospects in one of the major leagues' most notable offseason moves, played left field. That's the spot where he figures to see most action in 2018.
Midwest flooding expected 
to last through weekend
Wisconsin dairy says owner among Indiana plane crash victims
LANSING, Mich. - Flooding that prompted evacuations in parts of the Midwest persisted Friday in Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio and was expected to last through the weekend in areas that have been swamped by high water from heavy rains and melting snow. Waters receded in South Bend and Goshen, Indiana, but flooding remained there and elsewhere. The National Weather Service said a number of Michigan rivers could see record levels in the coming days. ROSSVILLE, Ind. - A Wisconsin dairy owner and his son-in-law were among at least three people killed when a small plane crashed into a central Indiana farm field, the business said Friday. Kewaunee, Wisconsin-based Pagel's Ponderosa Dairy identified those who died as business owner John T. Pagel, his son-in-law, Steven Witcpalek, and pilot Nathan Saari. No one survived the crash that happened about 7:30 p.m. Thursday just north of the small town of Rossville.
Wisconsin middle school 
hosts career readiness day
Wisconsin producers turn 
to aquaponics farming
JANESVILLE - Sarah Schultz, 11, pulled the welding helmet over her pink hair. Inside Franklin Middle School's technical education room, a similarly garbed high school student was waiting to help Sarah complete her first weld. Franklin Middle School recently held a College and Career Readiness Day designed to expose students to life's possibilities and to show them how the work they do in school connects to the real world. PRIMROSE - The farmland along Sun Valley Parkway east of Paoli is still fertile soil for corn, soybeans, alfalfa and other traditional crops. But a 120-acre farm established in the 1800s along a rail line that is now the Badger State Trail is trying to make a year-round business out of lettuce, herbs and micro greens, thanks to a greenhouse, tanks of tilapia and the entrepreneurial drive of its owners and small staff.


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Olympic commercial glory: 'Reminds me of Black Friday sales'
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - All Amber Batchelder wanted was a postcard. There were plush mascots. T-shirts. Even an Olympic-branded tea set for $230. But nowhere in this popup city, where everybody seems to be selling something, could she find a few postcards to send to friends.

TODAY IN SPORTS
IOC leaves decision on Russians at Olympics until Sunday
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea - The International Olympic Committee has left a decision whether to reinstate Russia to the Pyeongchang Olympics until the day of the closing ceremony. The IOC must announce by Sunday if the Russian Olympic Committee will be readmitted to the Olympic family after being ousted because of a massive doping scandal. That would allow about 160 Russian athletes competing at the Pyeongchang Games to fly their own flag at the closing ceremony. 

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World Golden Memories International Tour
Celebrate the World Golden Memories International Tour at 7 p.m. Saturday at Helen Bader Concert Hall. Enjoy the international piano duo with an all-female orchestra featuring cultural classics for all ages to enjoy. Tickets are available online, by phone or in person through the Peck School of the Arts.

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Port Washington vs. West Bend West 02-15-18
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Caretaker charged in death of disabled girl in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE The caretaker of a 14-year-old disabled girl who died of a severe beating has been charged in her death in Milwaukee County.

Losing candidate Burns endorses Dallet for Supreme Court
MADISON Ousted Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Tim Burns is endorsing Rebecca Dallet in the general election over the conservative candidate Michael Screnock.  

Baldwin urges Trump to take action on gun control
MADISON Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin urged President Donald Trump on Thursday to bring forward gun control measures, while slamming the National Rifle Association and saying high school students are forcing politicians to consider change in the wake of the Florida shooting.  

University of Wisconsin System leader responds to critics
MADISON University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross is responding to criticism from faculty and students who say he failed to consult them on the plan to merge two-year campuses with four-year universities.  

Child credit, sales tax holiday OK'd by Wisconsin Assembly
MADISON Republican lawmakers moved closer to enacting Gov. Scott Walker's plan to give parents a tax credit and create a sales tax holiday, passing the package Thursday through the Assembly and on to the Senate. 

Former UW student pleads in string of assaults
MADISON A former student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has pleaded guilty to five felonies stemming from a string of alleged assaults around campus.

Walker signs bill to cover lead pipe replacement
MADISON Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill designed to help Wisconsin homeowners cover the cost of replacing lead pipes.

Preferred route picked for Wisconsin, Iowa transmission line
MADISON The three utility companies planning a high-powered transmission line from the Madison area to Iowa have picked a preferred route that runs along existing highway and power line corridors rather than farms and fields.

Milwaukee to bid for 2020 Democratic National Convention
MILWAUKEE City leaders say Milwaukee will make a bid for the 2020 Democratic National Convention.

Court: Officer guilty of assault should get new trial
MILWAUKEE A federal appeals court says a Milwaukee police officer convicted of sexually assaulting a woman after he responded to her 911 call is entitled to a new trial.

Wisconsin tweaks dairy insurance program
LA CROSSE Wisconsin lawmakers have tweaked a federal price insurance program following criticism from dairy farmers.

Sex assault testing effort yields first charges in Wisconsin
MADISON Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel's effort to analyze untested sexual assault evidence kits has produced its first criminal charges.

Supreme Court asked to review 'Making a Murderer' confession
MILWAUKEE Lawyers for a Wisconsin inmate featured in the "Making a Murderer" series on Netflix asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday to review a federal appeals court decision that held his confession was voluntary.

5th suspect arrested in Lac du Flambeau homicide
OSHKOSH The Wisconsin Department of Justice says the last of five suspects has been arrested for a Lac du Flambeau homicide.

Man arrested in death of 14-year-old
MILWAUKEE Police say the death of a 14-year-old in Milwaukee is a homicide. And officers have arrested a 34-year-old man for the death.

Search turned up illegal drugs, hand grenade in Neillsville
NEILLSVILLE A Neillsville couple is expected in court soon after police and sheriff's deputies searched their residence and reported finding methamphetamine, marijuana and a hand grenade.

Wisconsin bankruptcy filings in 2017 lowest in 10 years
MILWAUKEE Records show that Wisconsin had its fewest bankruptcy filings in a decade last year.

Milwaukee sheriff announces punishments in jail death
MILWAUKEE The interim Milwaukee sheriff says two jail staffers charged in the dehydration death of an inmate have resigned and a third who's also accused in the case is facing termination.

Students arrested for school threats in 2 cities
OAK CREEK Authorities say school threats in two Wisconsin communities have resulted in arrests.

City sues firefighter foam makers over water contamination
WESTFIELD, Mass. A Massachusetts city is suing the makers of firefighting foam blamed for water contamination.

Brewers, others come out against 'alcohol czar' bill
MADISON Wisconsin breweries are fighting against a bill that would create a powerful new "alcohol czar" position to enforce liquor laws in the state.

Walker top aide Neitzel to be replaced by PSC chair Nowak
MADISON Gov. Scott Walker's top aide is stepping down from his position leading the Department of Administration and will be replaced by the current chair of the Public Service Commission.

Security camera captures cougar video in southeast Wisconsin
MADISON The Department of Natural Resources confirms that a Wisconsin homeowner captured video of a cougar near their home.

Prosecutors review police stun gun use on man who died
MILWAUKEE  Officials say prosecutors are reviewing possible criminal charges against three suburban Milwaukee police officers who used a stun gun on a mentally ill man who later died.

Wisconsin hospital suspends employee amid infant injuries
MADISON Madison police are investigating after infant injuries were reported at a hospital.

Consumer watchdog group warns about snowplow company
MILWAUKEE A consumer protection group is warning about a snowplowing company after customers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois say they didn't receive services they paid for.

Wisconsin Assembly to increase penalty for sex with animals
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly is scheduled to vote on increasing penalties for having sex with an animal.

Wisconsin Assembly to vote on anti-junk food pilot program
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly plans to vote on a bill creating a pilot program to prohibit the use of food stamps for purchasing junk food.

Wisconsin father charged in diabetes death of teenage son
WAUSAU A Wisconsin father is accused of failing to manage and treat his teenage son's diabetes, leading to the boy's death.

Assembly passes bill allowing some schools to raise taxes
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a bill allowing low-spending school districts in Wisconsin to raise property taxes without a vote.

Arizona man charged in 1988 death of wife in Wisconsin
POYNETTE An Arizona man has been arrested in the 1988 death of his wife, a Wisconsin case that was initially reported as a suicide.

Tribes use speech to call for tougher CWD regulations
MADISON A Menominee Indian tribal member is asking the Wisconsin Legislature for tougher action to stop chronic wasting disease and to join the fight against a Michigan gold mine.

Republican Party gave Supreme Court candidate $110,000
MADISON The Wisconsin Republican Party has given state Supreme Court candidate Michael Screnock nearly $110,000 in in-kind contributions for the officially nonpartisan race.

Walker's $50 million rural grant program passes panel
MADISON The Legislature's budget committee has unanimously passed Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to invest $50 million a year in rural economic development projects.

Wisconsin GOP Senate candidate's parents donate to his rival
MADISON The parents of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson have donated the maximum amount to the campaign of their son's Democratic rival, Sen. Tammy Baldwin.

 

 
 
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