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MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require childless adults applying for Medicaid to undergo drug screening, a move that could serve as a national model. Walker's plan, which needs federal approval, comes as he prepares to run for a third term next year. Wisconsin's Republican-controlled Legislature approved Walker's request for a waiver to do the drug tests two years ago, but is now digging into the details of how it would actually work.

Goins' slam 1 of 4 HRs for Blue Jays in 8-4 win over Brewers
MILWAUKEE - Ryan Goins hit his first career grand slam, one of four homers for the Toronto Blue Jays in an 8-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday. The Blue Jays swept the two-game interleague series and wrapped up a seven-game road trip with three straight victories. Kevin Pillar, Devon Travis and Jose Bautista hit solo shots for the Blue Jays, who have homered in four straight games.
AP Source: Bucks opening up GM search after Hammond exit
Boasting a budding star and an impressive roster of young talent, the Milwaukee Bucks are opening up their search for a new general manager to lead them into contention in the Eastern Conference. After longtime GM John Hammond left to join friend Jeff Weltman in the Orlando Magic front office, the Bucks are bringing in respected league executive Rod Thorn to help with the search for a replacement, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Wednesday. 
Chicago only major U.S. city to lose population from 2015 to 2016 KWA announces expansions
CHICAGO — Chicago was the only city among the nation’s 20 largest to lose population in 2016 — and it lost nearly double the number of residents as the year before, according to newly released data from the U.S. Census Bureau. It’s the city’s third consecutive year of population loss. Chicago’s population fell by 8,638 residents between 2015 and 2016, to 2,704,958. The year before, it declined by 4,934.
CEDARBURG — The Kubala Washatko Architects Inc, announced plans Monday to open a satellite office in Seattle and add five new partners to the firm as part of a new phase of development.
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Chamber of Commerce says advertising pitch isn’t coming from them
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HUSCO International to remodel, add onto existing facility
How food stamp cuts could ripple through the economy Outdoorsmen urge committee to back woodchuck hunting season
NEW YORK — A proposal to curtail the nation's food stamp program would pinch families struggling to pay for groceries and ripple through other areas of the economy, including supermarkets and discounters, as people shuffle their budgets. President Donald Trump is proposing a roughly 30 percent reduction in the federal budget for the program formally known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP. MADISON — Outdoorsmen on Wednesday urged the Wisconsin Assembly's natural resource committee to approve a bill that would establish a woodchuck hunting and trapping season, saying it would protect gardens, flowerbeds and building foundations from the creatures' incessant appetites and burrowing. The Republican-authored bill would remove woodchucks, also known as groundhogs and whistle pigs, from Wisconsin's protected species list and establish a hunting season for them that would run from July through December with no bag limits. 


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23 million more uninsured with GOP health bill, analysts say
WASHINGTON — The health care bill Republicans recently pushed through the House would leave 23 million more Americans without insurance and confront others who have costly medical conditions with coverage that could prove unaffordable, Congress' official budget analysts said Wednesday.

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Packers new veteran tight end is a man with a plan
GREEN BAY — Martellus Bennett, one of the five veteran free agents the Green Bay Packers this year, has a plan for getting to know his new teammates as the players develop chemistry for the coming season.
The Packers are the fifth stop for the tight end in his NFL career, having won the Super Bowl with the New England Patriots last season.

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$50 million bond set in forced abortion attempt
APPLETON — A judge in Outagamie County has set $50 million bond for a man accused of trying to cause his girlfriend to miscarry her child nearly a decade ago.

Five school bus passengers seriously hurt in truck crash
LANCASTER — A collision between a school bus and a dump truck in Grant County sent five passengers on the bus to the hospital.

2-year-old Milwaukee boy accidentally shoots self
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police have arrested the father of a 2-year-old boy who they say found a loaded handgun and accidentally shot himself.

DNR board OKs reducing fall buck-only zones
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources' board has signed off on a fall deer hunt structure that scales back the number of counties where hunters can shoot only bucks for a fourth straight year.

Gehl Foods distributed nacho cheese linked to fatal botulism
GERMANTOWN — The Wisconsin company that distributed the nacho cheese dip linked to a fatal botulism outbreak in California says its working with federal, state and local health officials to determine what caused the contamination.

Wisconsin teacher suspended over documentary returns to work
MOUNT HOREB — A Wisconsin teacher has returned to school after being placed on leave following complaints about a documentary shown in her class.

Wisconsin sues Milwaukee stores over synthetic marijuana
MADISON — The state of Wisconsin is suing two Milwaukee stores for selling synthetic marijuana products disguised as "potpourri" and "incense."

Bucks, Johnson Controls build neighborhood sports complex
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks and Johnson Controls are partnering to build a multi-sport complex in a northwest Milwaukee neighborhood.

Man won't get new sentence in death of Manitowoc officer
MANITOWOC — A man who was convicted of killing a Manitowoc police officer when he was a teenager has had his request for a new sentence denied.

Appleton police officer kills gunman after bar fight
APPLETON — Authorities say a police officer fatally shot a male who had a gun at a bar in downtown Appleton.

Barron County puts initial tornado damage estimate at $10M
CHETEK — The Barron County Sheriff's Department has released initial damage estimates from a tornado that tore through the Chetek area of northwestern Wisconsin last week.

Ho-Chunk Nation urges judge to reject casino lawsuit
MADISON — The Ho-Chunk Nation is pushing back against a rival tribe's lawsuit seeking to halt the Ho-Chunk's plans to expand a northern Wisconsin casino, arguing in new filings that the lawsuit has little chance of success and a judge should reject it.  

Milwaukee high school student accused of selling pot cookies
MILWAUKEE — A 17-year-old Milwaukee high school student is being investigated for allegedly selling marijuana-laced cookies to other students.

Decades-old, iconic deli up for sale in Madison
MADISON — An iconic, toy-filled deli is for sale in Madison after being in business for more than four decades.

Man who struck Uber car, killing 3, sentenced to 39 years
MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin man who crashed into an Uber car, killing three Chicago women who were passengers and injuring the driver, has been sentenced to 39 years in prison.

DNR looks to reduce buck-only counties again this fall
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources wants to again reduce the number of counties where hunters can shoot only bucks this fall in a sign Wisconsin's herd continues to grow.

Senate OKs bill limiting state regulation of ballast water
DETROIT — A U.S. Senate committee has voted to create one national standard for ballast water discharges from commercial ships and prohibit states from imposing tougher requirements.

 

 
 
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