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September 18, 2014

 
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Wisconsin voter ID 
opponents want new hearing
Majority of schools meet,
 exceed expectations
MADISON  — Civil rights advocates said Tuesday they plan to ask the full 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reconsider a ruling by a three-judge panel that reinstated Wisconsin's voter photo identification law. With seven weeks until Election Day and with absentee ballots already coming in, state and local elections officials were working feverishly to implement the law after Friday's ruling, which came just hours after oral arguments in the case. MADISON — Most Wisconsin public schools and school districts met or exceeded expectations for student achievement last school year, numbers that are comparable with 2012, data released by the state Department of Public Instruction on Tuesday showed. The information was released in the annual school report cards. This is the third year report cards have been issued for all 2,113 public and 23 independent charter schools.
Wisconsin wants court's
 gay marriage ruling stayed
Brewers knock off 
Cardinals  3-2 in 12 innings

MADISON — Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is asking a federal appeals court to stay a ruling that Indiana and Wisconsin's gay marriage bans were unconstitutional. Van Hollen's office said Tuesday it was requesting the stay out of "an abundance of caution."

 

ST. LOUIS — Carlos Gomez noticed the high leg kick. No matter that it was strong-armed Yadier Molina behind the plate, the Milwaukee speedster took off. Twice. Gomez walked against left-hander Kevin Siegrist with one out, stole second and third and then scored the go-ahead run on a bloop hit by rookie Hector Gomez in the 12th inning as the Brewers ended the NL Central-leading St. Louis Cardinals' three-game winning streak with a 3-2 victory Tuesday night.

 

Wisconsin DOJ never 
launched GPS program
Nine cases of enterovirus 
68 suspected

MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Justice officials have refused to launch a pilot program that would have paid for GPS tracking for people under restraining orders, saying the technical language enacting the plan didn't actually give judges the authority to order such monitoring.

 

MADISON — Doctors suspect there are at least nine Wisconsin cases of the respiratory and stomach virus that has hospitalized hundreds of children around the country. Samples of the nine suspected cases in the Madison area were sent to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Cops: No past reason 
to enter remains-filled home
Wisconsin needs $760
 million more for Medicaid
BLACKSTONE, Mass. — Police responded to several calls in recent years from a home where the remains of three infants were found last week but never had reason to check conditions inside the home, according to police logs released Tuesday.

MADISON — The state Department of Health Services says it needs $760 million more over the next two-year state budget to pay for current services in the Medicaid program. The new estimate was included in the agency's budget request submitted to Gov. Scott Walker's administration made public Tuesday.

 


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Cuts to food stamps will only hit 4 states
WASHINGTON — Cuts to the nation's food stamp program enacted this year are only affecting four states, far from the sweeping overhaul that Republicans had pushed, an Associated Press review has found.


TODAY IN SPORTS
Plenty of candidates as Big Ten's best on offense
So who's the best offensive player in the Big Ten? Yes, the conference has gotten off to a dismal start. And, yes, the season is young. Ohio State's Braxton Miller, the Big Ten's top offensive player the past two years, is out for the season after shoulder surgery. Someone is destined to step into that vacancy.

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Featured Image: Postcards From AmericaPostcards from America: Milwaukee
Postcards from America: Milwaukee presents the work of eleven Magnum photographers, Bruce Gilden, Jim Goldberg, Susan Meiselas, Martin Parr, Paolo Pellegrin, Mark Power, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Jacob Aue Sobol, Alec Soth, Zoe Strauss, and Donovan Wylie, who visited Wisconsin between August 2013 and April 2014. Interested in collaboration and experimentation, these exciting artists share their distinctive perspectives on subjects ranging from the State Fair and highway infrastructure to students in Black River Falls and women laborers. Photographs from the project will become part of the Museum’s Collection.

SLIDESHOWS



August Photos of the Month 
Posted 09-05-14


Menomonee Falls vs. Kettle Moraine Lutheran 08-27-14
Posted 09-05-14


Catholic Memorial vs. West Allis Central 08-28-14
Posted 09-05-14


VIDEOS



Bridal Bliss 2014 Expo
Posted 09-09-2014


The Ozaukee County Historical Society sponsored a Revolutionary War
re-enactment
Posted 09-05-2014


Cedarburg Police Dept. ALS ice
bucket challenge
Posted 09-04-2014


Volunteers and the lake sturgeon at Riveredge Nature Center
Posted 09-04-2014

First day of school - girl and her service dog at Decorah Elementary
Posted 09-03-2014

 

Waukesha Public Library's new Makerbot
Posted 09-02-14


 
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Divers search Kenosha Co. lake for missing boater
KENOSHA — Authorities are expected to resume their search for a missing boater on a Kenosha County lake.

Hail causes lasting damage for some apple growers
STURGEON BAY — The effects of hail storm in Door County two months ago are lasting. Apples are rotting on the branches at Fellner Orchards in the Town of Sevastopol, just north of Sturgeon Bay.

LED maker Cree files patent infringement suits
STURTEVANT — Cree Inc., a maker of energy-efficient lighting, has filed patent infringement lawsuits against two competitors.

Elections official calls GOP complaint 'absurd'
MADISON — Wisconsin's chief elections officer calls complaints by the state Republican Party over the newly redesigned ballot "absurd."

Packers event brings in 600 coats for needy kids
GREEN BAY — A Green Bay Packers charity event has brought in more than 600 winter coats to be donated to needy children.

Minnesota man charged with homicide in Wisconsin
HUDSON — A Minnesota man who called police to ask for help a passenger in his car who'd been shot has been charged in Wisconsin with first-degree intentional homicide.

Former Wisconsin teacher pleads guilty in sex case
STILLWATER — A Minnesota man who taught in a western Wisconsin high school has pleaded guilty to having sex with two female students.

Man arrested after dead cows found in Wisconsin
BARRON — Authorities say a 47-year-old western Wisconsin man was arrested after officials discovered 25 dead cows on his farm.

Wisconsin woman gets 9 months in jail for beating
CRANDON — One of four people charged with beating a Wisconsin man and leaving him in the woods to die has been sentenced to nine months in jail.

Experts predict fall color peak in Coulee Region
LA CROSSE — Wisconsin biologists are predicting vibrant fall foliage throughout the Coulee Region.

Charity ride benefits food pantries
GREEN BAY — A couple biking across Minnesota and Wisconsin arrived at Lambeau Field in time for Sunday's Green Bay Packers' game after leaving the site of the old Metrodome in Minneapolis seven days before.

Wisconsin historical site plans Halloween fest
MADISON — A southeastern Wisconsin historical site is planning a Halloween festival next month.

Wisconsin grape harvest starting slowly
MADISON — Wisconsin vineyards are beginning to gather their grapes, and growers say they've seen better harvests.

Report: Madison pot arrests higher for blacks
MADISON— Police in Madison arrest or cite blacks for marijuana offenses at about 12 times the rate they punish whites, according to data analyzed by the Wisconsin State Journal.

Wisconsin historical site plans Halloween fest
MADISON - A southeastern Wisconsin historical site is planning a Halloween festival next month.

Explosion levels home; owner, in driveway, unhurt
GENOA - A Genoa-area man was not injured in the recent explosion and fire that leveled his home, although he said he lost nearly every possession he owned.

Marshfield man suspected in Packers ticket scam
MARSHFIELD - Marshfield police say a scammer has been bilking local businesses by saying he can acquire Green Bay Packers tickets, and then failing to deliver the goods.

Man, boy die when wall collapses in Pepin County
DURAND - Authorities in western Wisconsin say a trench wall collapsed in Pepin County, killing a 56-year-old man and a 2-year-old boy.

Wisconsin convict pays restitution to victim's mom
JANESVILLE - A 30-year-old Wisconsin man convicted of hiding and burning a body in his backyard has been ordered to pay restitution to the victim's mother.

 

 
 
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