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MADISON — Landing between President Barack Obama's last major public appearance and President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, this Martin Luther King Day takes on added significance for many blacks in Wisconsin. Milwaukee Area Labor Council head Sheila Cochran will spend the day at home with a few close friends, as she always has.
Embiid strong in 4th quarter as 76ers beat Bucks 113-104
MILWAUKEE — Joel Embiid scored 12 of his 22 points in the fourth quarter and the Philadelphia 76ers won for the fourth time in five games, beating the Milwaukee Bucks 113-104 on Monday. The Sixers improved to 13-26. Their only recent loss was Saturday at Washington, when Embiid didn't play. Embiid is limited to 28 minutes per game while trying to overcome injuries that have slowed his career. Embiid had 12 rebounds.
Martin, No. 13 Butler come from 18 down, top Marquette 88-80
INDIANAPOLIS — Down by 16 points at the break, the No. 13 Butler Bulldogs got an earful from coach Chris Holtmann. "At halftime, coach came in, he was very upset with our play defensively and offensively," forward Kelan Martin said. After a pair of free throws early in the second half put them down by 18, the Bulldogs rallied. Kelan Martin wound up with 22 points as they surged to beat Marquette 88-80 Monday.
Ryan meets in Janesville with police chiefs from across US Residents rally against proposed cell tower
JANESVILLE — A handful of police chiefs met with U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan on Monday in his Wisconsin hometown to discuss ways to reduce officers' use of deadly force. Ryan hosted a listening session that was open to the media but closed to the public with six chiefs from Wisconsin, Arizona, Louisiana, Florida, New Jersey and Vermont. The meeting focused on a training program from the Washington-based nonprofit Police Executive Research Forum aimed at giving officers ways to slow down threatening situations to avoid the use of force. WAUKESHA — “We love our backyard.” “Keep the peace.” “Protect our children.”
Those were some of the phrases some Waukesha residents displayed on signs Saturday during an afternoon rally in protest of a proposed U.S. Cellular tower in the heart of a neighborhood, south of the Waukesha County Expo Center on Magnolia Drive.
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Cell tower rift may head to court
Parents of girl charged in 'Slender Man' stabbing speak out Ice threat lingers for some Midwest states
MILWAUKEE — The parents of one of two Wisconsin girls who were 12 when they allegedly stabbed another girl 19 times to impress the fictional internet character "Slender Man" say they were as shocked as anyone by the 2014 attack. In an interview Monday with ABC's "Good Morning America," Bill and Kristi Weier, parents of Anissa Weier (ah-NEE'-sah WY'-ur), say she's remorseful. The couple also says Anissa shouldn't be tried as an adult because they say Wisconsin laws haven't kept up with the science of juvenile brain development. DES MOINES, Iowa — A few states in the Midwest again are on alert for icy conditions. Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa and Michigan are expected to see a mix of rain and freezing rain Monday, with the precipitation pushing into southern Minnesota and much of Wisconsin during the evening. While the weekend's storm caused travel issues in parts of Oklahoma and Kansas, some meteorologists acknowledged it fell short of dire forecasts.


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AP Source: GM to announce $1B factory investment, new jobs
DETROIT — General Motors will announce a $1 billion investment in its factories that will create or keep around 1,000 jobs, a person briefed on the matter said Monday. The Detroit automaker will make the announcement Tuesday morning. The investment is part of the normal process of equipping factories to build new models, and it's been planned for months, the person told The Associated Press. 

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3Packers flip script, experience last-second playoff win
GREEN BAY — For once after a game, Green Bay Packers kicker Mason Crosby felt sore. He got mobbed by giddy teammates after hitting the 51-yard field goal as time expired to beat the Dallas Cowboys. At one point, Crosby had to beg hulking left tackle David Bakhtiari from trying to pick up the kicker for a victory parade.
>>Green Bay's win over Dallas seen by average of 48.5M on Fox

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Photo: Molly Rosenblum/Sam LaStrapes/KodahDog Days at Lynden
Free to members and dogs, or with admission to the sculpture garden. Bring your canine friends for an afternoon of romping in the garden. In the winter, cross-country skiers and snowshoers also welcome, and in the warmer months, we encourage picnicking.

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Man killed after setting off apartment explosion
RICE LAKE — Police say a man in a small northwestern Wisconsin community was killed after he followed through on his threat to explode a bomb in his apartment building.

Green Bay police warn of kidnapping scam
GREEN BAY — Green Bay police say local residents are being targeted by phone scammers who claim they're holding a loved one for ransom.

PSC removed climate change language from website
MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin utility regulators removed references to climate change from their website months before state environmental officials altered global warming language on their own site.

Group: Government animal disease lab needs better oversight
MADISON - A government lab in Madison that researches dangerous illnesses such as chronic wasting disease and West Nile virus has mishandled some of the animals used in testing and needs increased oversight, an environmental group has alleged.

Racine man ruled incompetent for trial in sister's death
EAU CLAIRE - The criminal case for the Racine man accused of killing his sister has been suspended indefinitely after an Eau Claire County judge ruled him incompetent and unable to understand the court proceedings or assist with his defense.

Prosecutors charge man in Saudi college student's death
MADISON - A Minnesota man with a string of domestic violence convictions was charged in the death of a Saudi Arabian college student stemming from a confrontation in northwestern Wisconsin last year, prosecutors said Friday.

Hy-Vee grocer recalls store-branded candy packages
DES MOINES, Iowa - The Hy-Vee food store chain has recalled store branded candy distributed to 242 stores in eight states after learning an ingredient from another company could be contaminated with salmonella bacteria.

Lake Erie conditions halt search for plane wreckage
CLEVELAND - Crews searching for wreckage of a corporate jet carrying six people that crashed in Lake Erie have had to temporarily halt their search due to choppy waters.

Sisters found unharmed in Kansas
GENOA CITY — Two girls reported missing in southeastern Wisconsin have been taken into protective custody in Kansas.

Group demands more money for opioid prevention
MADISON — A health care advocacy group wants Gov. Scott Walker and Republican lawmakers to devote more money into a program to screen high school students for drug abuse.

5 arrested in school threats in Oshkosh, Fond du Lac
OSHKOSH — Five people have been arrested in unrelated school threats in Oshkosh and Fond du Lac. Authorities say an 18-year-old man and two boys, ages 17 and 15, were arrested for threats that shut down Oshkosh's two public high schools Thursday. 

Group: Government animal disease lab needs better oversight
MADISON — A government lab in Madison that researches dangerous illnesses such as chronic wasting disease and West Nile virus has mishandled some of the animals used in testing and needs increased oversight, an environmental group alleges in a complaint filed Thursday.

Legislator wants to lift Wisconsin mining moratorium
MADISON — A northern Wisconsin legislator who authored changes relaxing Wisconsin's iron mining regulations now wants to lift the state's mining moratorium.

Federal agencies budget $42M for Asian carp prevention
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Federal officials say they'll continue efforts to prevent Asian carp from reaching the Great Lakes, despite uncertainty about what Donald Trump might propose.

Man accused of hiding body of woman who overdosed
KENOSHA— A Kenosha man is charged with hiding the body of a woman who died of a heroin overdose. And investigators suspect the medical transport driver may have been using his job to lure women with drug problems to his home for sex.

Wisconsin lottery winner avoids prison in stalking case
MARINETTE — A Wisconsin man who became an instant millionaire with a winning lottery ticket has been sentenced for stalking and other charges related to his obsession with a young woman who rejected his advances.

 

 
 
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