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February 11, 2016

 
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MADISON The state Senate passed a bill Tuesday that would allow Wisconsin residents to register to vote online, putting the state on track to join 30 other states that offer online registration. Though Democrats support online registration, they voted against the measure Tuesday due to provisions eliminating special registration deputies who help voters register in person. Democrats argued the elimination of deputies would hamper voter drives and could disenfranchise students, seniors and low-income voters.
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Assembly approves wrongful conviction compensation
>>Assembly OKs bill making spitting on prosecutors felony

Middleton's free throw lifts Bucks over Celtics 112-111

MILWAUKEE Greg Monroe isn't used to being out of the starting lineup. Benched at the start of Tuesday night's game against the Boston Celtics, the Milwaukee Bucks center responded with a huge game. He scored 29 and grabbed 12 rebounds to spark his team to end a five-game losing streak with a 112-111 victory.

Brewers pack up truck to prepare for spring training

MILWAUKEE The Milwaukee Brewers have packed up a moving truck to get ready for spring training. Equipment managers and clubhouse personnel were at Miller Park on Tuesday to load more than 1,500 pieces of equipment, including more than 30 dozen bats, on to a tractor trailer. Even the Brewers' racing sausage mascots helped with the move.

Obama again proposes cut in Great Lakes protection program Reaching Treetops Yoga doubles down on downtown

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. For the third consecutive year, President Barack Obama is proposing to cut a program that focuses on the Great Lakes' biggest environmental threats. Obama's budget released Tuesday requests $250 million for the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative. That would be a reduction from the $300 million spent this year.

 

WAUKESHA - A little less than a year since it moved to downtown Waukesha, Reaching Treetops Yoga is nearly doubling in size by knocking through a wall and taking over an adjoining building. Owner Alyssa Konda said the new space at 808 N. Grand Ave. is about 600 square feet and not quite as large as the current location at 820 N. Grand Ave.
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Dollar Tree to open in Oconomowoc
>>Hartford downtown redevelopment clears another hurdle

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Prosecutor hands over hours of audio in Masonic temple case Trump and Sanders big winners, riding voter frustration

MILWAUKEE A federal prosecutor handed over hundreds of hours of audio recordings Tuesday to an attorney defending a man accused of plotting to shoot up a Milwaukee Masonic temple in the name of Islam. Assistant U.S. Attorney Paul Kanter said the recordings of Samy Mohamed Hamzeh speaking Arabic with government informants were made between October and January.

 

MANCHESTER, N.H. Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders rode a wave of voter frustration with American politics to commanding victories in Tuesday's New Hampshire primaries, adding crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies. Sanders swept majorities of men, women, independents and young people in his win over Hillary Clinton, but faces challenges in the more diverse states that come next on the primary calendar.



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Obama seeks cybersecurity boost to replace 'ancient' tech
WASHINGTON President Barack Obama said Tuesday he is asking Congress for $3.1 billion to update the government's archaic computer systems to protect them from cyberattacks as part of a new, centralized effort to boost cybersecurity.

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Patriots request waivers on RB Montee Ball, ex-Badgers back
MADISON The New England Patriots have requested waivers on running back Montee Ball. The move Tuesday to cut the former Wisconsin standout comes a day after Ball found out that he wouldn't face felony charges after an apparent argument with his girlfriend.

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Love comes (and goes) in all shapes and sizes. Almost, Maine, one of the most popular American plays of the last decade, features several interlocking vignettes of finding and losing love in a small Maine town that almost wasn't.

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Senate OKs bill expanding library collection powers
MADISON The state Senate has approved a bill that would give libraries more power to collect overdue fines.

Assembly approves water development, property rights bills
MADISON Shoreline property owners would have more leeway to dredge and build structures on bodies of water under legislation the Wisconsin Assembly advanced Tuesday despite concerns from minority Democrats that the proposals would harm the state's waters.

Over $570M to be used for faster Internet in rural Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE More than $570 million in government subsidies will be used to bring faster Internet service to rural Wisconsin.

6 hurt when 25 vehicles crash in Milwaukee suburb
MENOMONEE FALLS Six people were injured when 25 vehicles crashed in nine separate accidents on a Milwaukee area highway.

Assembly approves bill allowing Christmas trees in churches
MADISON The state Assembly has passed a bill prohibiting government officials from banning live Christmas trees in churches and the state Capitol rotunda.

Assembly approves sexual assault victim amnesty bill
MADISON The state Assembly has passed a bill ensuring that sexual assault victims and others who report such crimes can't be cited or disciplined for underage drinking.

Wisconsin Senate approves managed forest overhaul
MADISON The state Senate has approved a bill that would re-shape Wisconsin's managed forest program. Program participants get property tax breaks if they keep their land open to the public and follow timber management plans.

Assembly OKs uniform sex offender restrictions
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly has signed off on a bill creating uniform restrictions on where violent sex offenders can live.

Popular tourist attraction in Milwaukee deteriorating
MILWAUKEE Deferred maintenance has driven a long-term fix for Milwaukee's Mitchell Park Domes to $65 million to $75 million.

Trooper back at work 2 years after being struck along road
GREEN BAY A Wisconsin State Patrol trooper who suffered severe injuries and the loss of part of his right leg two years ago is back on the job after a grueling recovery.

Senate approves bill allowing new special license plates
MADISON The Wisconsin Senate has passed a bill that would create a new process for groups to obtain special license plates.

Wisconsin jury rejects beer-battered fish defense
FRIENDSHIP A Wisconsin jury has convicted a man who blamed eating beer-battered fish when he was picked up on his 10th drunken driving offense.

Report: Wisconsin schools still restrain disabled students
MADISON A report finds Wisconsin public schools are still restraining disabled students, despite a 2011 law aimed at reducing those practices.

Postal inspectors intercept mailed drugs in Baraboo
BARABOO Postal inspectors in Baraboo helped police bust three men accused of drug-related crimes.

Assembly set to vote on sexual assault victim amnesty bill
MADISON The state Assembly is set to vote on a bill ensuring that sexual assault victims and others who report such crimes can't be cited or disciplined for underage drinking.

Senate set to vote on allowing online voter registration
MADISON Wisconsin residents would soon be able to register to vote online under a bill the Wisconsin Senate is taking up Tuesday.

Spitting on prosecutors would become felony under GOP bill
MADISON Spitting at prosecutors could carry a felony charge under a bill the Wisconsin Assembly is slated to vote on Tuesday.

Milwaukee man gets 27 years in father's fatal beating
MILWAUKEE A Milwaukee man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for fatally beating his father last year. Forty-one-year-old John Edward Balistreri blamed his 77-year-old father for his mother's death 25 years earlier.

Assembly poised to vote on wrongful conviction compensation
MADISON People wrongly convicted of crimes in Wisconsin could claim up to $50,000 for each year spent behind bars under a bipartisan bill Wisconsin's Assembly is poised to vote on Tuesday.

 

 
 
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