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February 27, 2015

 
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Right-to-work bill heads
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MADISON — The Wisconsin state Senate passed a right-to-work bill with just enough votes to send it on to the Assembly, where the Republican majority is wider, keeping the measure on a fast track that could put it before Gov. Scott Walker for his signature next week.
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Speed, apathy mute protests vs. Wisconsin right-to-work bill
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Republican against right-to-work says he's not convinced
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Unions for professional athletes oppose right-to-work
Packers release veteran 
inside linebacker A.J. Hawk
MILWAUKEE — Linebacker A.J. Hawk had a hunch after Green Bay's season ended that he might be looking for a new team. So he wasn't surprised after the Packers released him Wednesday following nine years with the only club he has played with in the NFL. Hawk is not bitter, either. "I wasn't taken by surprise. I kind of had a feeling it might happen," Hawk said.
Carter-Williams impresses 
in debut, Bucks rout 76ers 104-88

MILWAUKEE — Michael Carter-Williams ran into a wall of taller defenders on a drive into the lane and curled a pass into the corner to an open teammate. Khris Middleton drained a 3-pointer — just the kind of play the Milwaukee Bucks were hoping to get when they traded for the promising point guard from the Philadelphia 76ers.
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3 firms chosen to design new Milwaukee Bucks stadium

 

Slender Man stabbing prosecutors: keep case in adult court Aurora receives $1 million donation for wellness program pilot

WAUKESHA — Two Wisconsin girls should be tried in adult court on accusations they lured a classmate into the woods and stabbed her repeatedly to please the horror character Slender Man, prosecutors say. The Waukesha County District Attorney's Office asked the court in a late Tuesday filing to find probable cause that both girls committed attempted first-degree homicide, reiterating arguments they made at a preliminary hearing earlier this month.

MILWAUKEE — Aurora Health Care Foundation announced Thursday it will receive a $1 million donation from local businesswomen Nan Gardetto to create an innovative integrative medicine program that aims to help people better manage and prevent chronic health issues.
>>Expansion and remodeling work started at Brookfield Square Mall

>>The Corners agreement approved by committee
>>Extendicare to close corporate headquarters in Milwaukee
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Regulators move toward
 tougher rules for Internet providers
Great Lakes Areas of 
Concern to receive $7.9M grant
WASHINGTON  — Internet service providers like Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile would have to act in the "public interest" when providing a mobile connection to your home or phone, under new rules being considered by the Federal Communications Commission.

LANSING, Mich. — The Great Lakes Areas of Concern is receiving $7.9 million from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to fund habitat restoration projects. U.S. Sens. Gary Peters and Debbie Stabenow announced the grant Wednesday. Both Michigan lawmakers are members of the Great Lakes Task Force.

 



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Fruits and vegetables get a star-studded marketing push
NEW YORK — What if cauliflower got the same type of marketing firepower as candy bars and potato chips? A campaign being launched Thursday plans to put that premise to the test by enlisting celebrities including actress Jessica Alba and Golden State Warriors Point Guard Stephen Curry to shill for fruits and vegetables.

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Braun's thumb feeling fine, aiming to regain powerful stroke
PHOENIX — Ryan Braun can't pinpoint the exact date, but he can remember with some clarity when his right thumb began bothering him. "It was a changeup against Joe Kelly in St. Louis," Braun said Wednesday as he reported to spring training with the rest of Milwaukee's position players. 

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US House approves bill to step up fight against toxic algae
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Members of Congress have called for more aggressive federal action to prevent toxic algae from contaminating the Great Lakes and other waterways around the nation, such as an outbreak on Lake Erie last summer that left more than 400,000 people without safe tap water for two days.

Farrow introduces bill to delay reporting school tests
MADISON — Results of tests given to Wisconsin public school students this year would not be used on the state's report cards and teacher evaluations would be delayed a year under a bill that's been put forward in the Senate.

Wisconsin DNR board approves county deer population goals
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources' board has approved county advisory councils' local deer population goals.

Advocates urge Congress not to cut Great Lakes funding
Advocates for the Great Lakes are meeting in Washington, D.C., this week to push for continued funding of cleanup programs and discuss water quality issues such as algae blooms and oil transportation.

Third suspect arrested in Waukesha gas station killing
MILWAUKEE — A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a clerk during an armed robbery at a Waukesha gas station.

Man, 18, shot by Milwaukee officer was pointing replica gun
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say an 18-year-old man had pointed a replica gun at a police officer when the officer shot and wounded him last weekend.

9 years in prison for teacher who assaulted girls
GREEN BAY — A former Green Bay elementary school teacher is sentenced to nine years in prison for sexually assaulting two students.

Apostle Islands ice caves could open this weekend
BAYFIELD — Apostle Islands National Lakeshore officials say the popular ice caves could be open to the public this weekend.

Madison company offered $9 million in tax credits
MADISON — A Madison company that's developed a test to screen for colorectal cancer is offered $9 million in tax incentives to grow its business.

Suspect arrested in Milwaukee gas station beating
MILWAUKEE — A 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the beating of two clerks at a Milwaukee gas station.

Loaded gun smuggled into Milwaukee Co. jail found in laundry
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County executive says a loaded handgun that was smuggled into the county jail was found in a load of dirty laundry.

Wisconsin home sales slip in January but prices rise
MILWAUKEE — Wisconsin home sales slipped in January but median prices continued to rise.

Tampered sprinkler causes up to $250K damage at hotel
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a tampered sprinkler caused up to $250,000 in damage at a downtown hotel over the weekend.

Wisconsin man critically injured in Florida dispute
SUPERIOR — Authorities say a northern Wisconsin man is in critical condition after being shot in the head during a dispute over marijuana in Florida.

Hit-and-run crash kills 2, injures 4 in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Authorities are investigating a hit-and-run crash that killed two people and injured at least four others on Milwaukee's southwest side.

House fire kills 1, injures 1 in Wauwatosa
WAUWATOSA — Authorities say a 4-year-old girl was killed and a man was seriously injured in a Wauwatosa house fire.

Madison mayor criticizes right-to-work bill
MADISON — Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is criticizing Wisconsin Republican lawmakers for putting a right-to-work bill on a fast track.

Wisconsin AFL-CIO plans rallies over right-to-work bill
MADISON - The Wisconsin AFL-CIO plans rallies Tuesday and Wednesday in Madison to protest a bill that would make Wisconsin a right-to-work state.

Sturgeon spearing season ends in Wisconsin
OSHKOSH - The sturgeon spearing season has ended, with more than 2,100 fish harvested.

 

 
 
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