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MADISON — The much anticipated ad war among Democratic candidates for governor is finally underway, with candidates this week unveiling their first spots less than four weeks before the Aug. 14 primary. The ads from Matt Flynn and Kelda Roys attempt to play to their strengths while also distinguishing themselves among the crowded field of eight candidates. 
>>Wisconsin Democrat launches ad in treasurer's race
Machado shines in Dodger debut as LA beats Brewers 6-4
MILWAUKEE — Manny Machado singled twice and walked twice in his debut with the Los Angeles Dodgers, who used a tiebreaking RBI single by Chris Taylor to beat the sliding Milwaukee Brewers 6-4 on Friday night. NL West-leading Los Angeles was held in check by Wade Miley before going ahead to stay in the seventh.
>>Brewers' Hader apologizes to teammates for racist tweets
NFL, NFLPA freeze anthem rules amid backlash to Miami policy
The NFL's two-month old national anthem policy is on hold. Hours after The Associated Press reported that Miami Dolphins players who protest on the field during the anthem could be suspended for up to four games under a team policy issued this week, the league and the players union issued a joint statement late Thursday night saying the two sides are talking things out.
Schimel hires lab consultant as criticism over delays mounts Brookfield’s historic train depot could be saved
MADISON — Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel has quietly hired a consultant to identify ways to speed up evidence testing at Wisconsin's crime labs, as criticism mounts over delays. Florida International University's National Forensic Science Technology Center signed a $42,870 contract with the state Department of Justice in June to review operations at all three state crime labs with a goal of identifying inefficiencies and long-term staffing needs.

 

BROOKFIELD — A century- and-a-half-old train depot could escape the bulldozer through a public-private partnership. But not all residents are on board with the proposal.
The Common Council held a public hearing Tuesday for a three-pronged proposal that includes relocating the depot from its longtime perch, 2835 N. Brookfield Road, to the easterly portion of a development effort already in progress at 18870-19100 N. Hills Drive.
>>Wisconsin unemployment ticks upward in June
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Former Oconomowoc High School Principal Moylan gets job at Stapleton Realty
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Hemp, cannabidiol shop to open at Brookfield Square
 
Wisconsin hospitals plagued by persistent drug shortages Kaul doesn't know if he would defend abortion ban
MADISON — Hospitals in states including Wisconsin are dealing with medication shortages, forcing them to work with limited resources. A variety of drug shortages over the last six months have the state's hospitals seeking alternatives, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. UW Heath has been able to weather the shortage without any impact on patients, said Philip Trapskin, program director for medication use safety and innovation at UW Hospitals and Clinics. MADISON — Democratic attorney general hopeful Josh Kaul says he would have to study Wisconsin's abortion ban before deciding whether to defend it in court. Democrats fear that if conservative Brett Kavanagh is confirmed as a U.S. Supreme Court justice the court could overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision that legalized abortion. The decision invalidated Wisconsin statutes that prohibit anyone except a mother from performing an abortion.


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Trump slams rate increases by independent Federal Reserve
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Thursday cast aside concerns about the Federal Reserve's independence, saying he was "not happy" with the Fed's recent interest rate increases. Trump told CNBC in an interview: "I don't like all of this work that we're putting into the economy and then I see rates going up."


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Special Olympics celebrates 50 years of inclusiveness
SURPRISE, Ariz. — Bases loaded, a gold medal on the line. Manuel Velasco Jr. stands in the batter's box sniffling, tears streaming down his face. Seconds earlier, the 19-year-old known as Junior was behind the dugout, his coach imploring him to shake off a hard collision at third base in the top half of the inning. Junior was about to miss his turn at the plate.

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Festa Italiana
3 p.m. to midnight Friday, 11:30 a.m. to midnight Saturday and 11:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Sunday, Henry Maier Festival Park, 200 N. Harbor Drive, Milwaukee. Range of Italian food, music and culture. Tickets are $13 at the gate. Children 12 and younger get in free. Former or current members of the military, teachers and law enforcement personnel can get in free on Sunday, as well as one guest.

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Dirty Ninja Mud Run in West Bend 07-14-18
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Relay for Life in Hartford 07-13-18
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Kewaskum A's vs. West Bend 7-Up 07-13-18
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Saukville Disabled Veterans Rifle Shoot
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Dirty Ninja Mud Run
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Independence Day
Posted 07-06-2018


Tour of America’s Dairyland race series in West Bend
Posted 06-26-2018

Homestead Howl Dog Park Opening
Posted 06-18-2018

Gov. Walker attends project SEARCH completion ceremony in West Bend
Posted 06-06-2018

 
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Head of Wisconsin Investment Board leaving after 6 months
MADISON — The head of Wisconsin's state investment board charged with managing $118 billion in assets including pension funds for current and retired state workers has resigned after just six months on the job.

Walker appears with Trump for worker event at White House
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker has attended a White House ceremony with President Donald Trump and members of his Cabinet focused on bolstering American workers including at the planned Foxconn Technology Group project in Wisconsin.

Wisconsin unemployment ticks upward in June
MADISON — A new report shows Wisconsin's unemployment rate ticked slightly upward last month.

911 caller warns of gas leak before fatal Wisconsin blast
SUN PRAIRIE — Recordings show that a construction worker called 911 to warn he could smell and hear a leak from a broken gas main just before a massive explosion killed a firefighter and destroyed six buildings in southern Wisconsin.

Man accused of supplying drugs bound over for trial
MILWAUKEE — A man accused of supplying heroin and cocaine to 20 drug dealers in the Milwaukee area has been bound over for trial.

Bicyclist versus lift bridge. What could possibly go wrong?
MENASHA — Police say a bicyclist who weaved past the gates blocking access to a bridge over a river in eastern Wisconsin escaped serious injury after falling into the gap that was created when the bridge started to rise.

Eau Claire officer won't face discipline for fatal shooting
EAU CLAIRE — Eau Claire's police chief says an officer will not be disciplined for fatally shooting a man last year.

FEMA teams to visit northern Wisconsin damaged by flooding
SUPERIOR — County officials in northern Wisconsin are hoping the Federal Emergency Management Agency will validate their estimates of about $11 million in damages caused by last month's flooding.

Foxconn plans to open west-central Wisconsin facilities
MADISON — Foxconn Technology Group plans to open facilities in west-central Wisconsin.

Walker declares state of emergency on Washington Island
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker has declared a state of emergency on Door County's Washington Island as islanders try to recover from an underwater electrical cable failure.

Neubauer says she's raised $350,000 for Supreme Court race
MADISON — In an early sign of strength, newly announced Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate Lisa Neubauer says she's already raised more than $358,000.

Police days from deciding on charges in Wisconsin blast
SUN PRAIRIE — Police say they'll soon decide whether to recommend prosecutors file charges in connection with a natural gas explosion that killed a Wisconsin firefighter.

Woman charged with being Russian agent says she met Walker
MADISON — A woman charged Monday with being a covert agent for Russia inside the U.S. says she attended Gov. Scott Walker's presidential campaign launch event in 2015 and also posted a picture of herself with Walker on a blog where she praised his ability to speak a few words in Russian.

More than 2,000 gather for Sun Prairie firefighter's funeral
SUN PRAIRIE — Mourners gathered in Sun Prairie for the funeral of a fallen firefighter. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports more than 2,000 people, including about 700 uniformed officers, turned out Saturday to honor Capt. Cory Barr on Saturday at the Sun Prairie High School.

Man sought in deaths of 3 in Illinois arrested in Wisconsin
BLOOMINGTON, Ill. — Authorities say a man charged in a shooting that left three men dead and a 4-year-old boy wounded at a central Illinois apartment complex has been arrested during a Wisconsin drug bust.

Absentee voting begins for Wisconsin Aug. 14 primary
MADISON — Absentee voting for Wisconsin's Aug. 14 primary has begun, but the process for casting a ballot early varies across the state.

Hearing to decide fate of Milwaukee scooter rentals delayed
MILWAUKEE — A hearing to determine whether a California-based company can continue renting electric scooters in Milwaukee is being rescheduled.

Subcontractor working in area of Wisconsin blast identified
SUN PRAIRIE — A company building a fiber optics network has identified the subcontractor working in the area before an explosion that killed a Wisconsin firefighter this week.

Baldwin raises $4.4 million over 3 months, 4-times opponent
MADISON — Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin has raised nearly $4.4 million between April and June, up from the first three months of the year and more than four-times as much as one of her Republican opponents.

Agency seeks ways to keep fire retardants out of Great Lakes
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A U.S.-Canadian agency is suggesting ways the two nations can help prevent flame-retardant chemicals from polluting the Great Lakes.

State confirms first Rocky Mountain spotted fever death
MADISON — Health officials are confirming Wisconsin's first documented death from Rocky Mountain spotted fever.

Wisconsin woman accused of fishing while child locked in car
MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin woman is accused of locking her 3-year-old daughter in a car during a heat wave while she was fishing with a friend.

Democrat Roys reports raising $800,000 so far
MADISON — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Kelda Roys says she has raised $800,000 so far and has $650,000 cash on hand as the Aug. 14 primary nears.

Sen. Johnson downplays Russian threat to elections
MADISON — Republican Sen. Ron Johnson is downplaying the threat Russia poses to U.S. elections, saying "these are not the greatest threats to our democracy."

GOP Senate candidate joins Gov. Walker in conga line
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker hasn't officially endorsed anyone in the Republican U.S. Senate primary, but there are numerous signals that his preferred candidate is state Sen. Leah Vukmir.

Judge denies agent's request to remove tracking device
WAUKESHA — A federal agent accused of sexually assaulting three women in Wisconsin must continue to wear a monitoring device.

52 Wisconsin schools, districts get $3.5M in safety grants
MADISON — Fifty-two Wisconsin schools and school districts have been awarded $3.5 million in grants through the Department of Justice School Safety Grant Program.

DNR wants to open 35 miles of forest road for hunting access
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources wants to open up 35 miles of existing roads in the Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest to motor vehicles to improve access for hunters.

DA won't file charges over male enhancement brownies
JANESVILLE — A Wisconsin prosecutor has decided he won't file charges against three high school students who gave their classmates brownies laced with a sexual enhancement supplement.

University of Wisconsin-Madison launches tick tracking app
MADISON — University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are hoping a new smartphone app will help them gain a better understanding of where people come across ticks in the state.

Bryce reports raising $1.2 million over 3 months
MADISON — Democratic congressional candidate Randy Bryce says he has raised $1.2 million over the past three months.

Horse therapy to be offered to urban residents in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE - A new project in Milwaukee will soon offer residents a horse therapy program with a focus on healing people with trauma in the city.

Pharmacy benefits company begins work on new headquarters
MADISON - Construction has begun in Madison on a new headquarters for a pharmacy benefits company.

 

 
 
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