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MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is wrong to keep secret the names of some people who publicly commented about Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to drug-test Medicaid applicants, open records advocates and a former head attorney for the agency say. The department insists it is doing what is required to protect health information under the federal Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA, as well as state laws protecting the identity of Medicaid applicants.
Phillies beat Brewers behind Williams, Eickhoff, Kendrick
PHILADELPHIA — Nick Williams homered, Jerad Eickhoff pitched six strong innings and Howie Kendrick continued to increase his trade value with two hits and two RBIs as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-3 Sunday. Williams continues to shine since his call-up before the All-Star break.
West finishes perfect season with fourth state championship
MEQUON — Perfection. Achieved. It took a championship-level effort from an offensive core and steady pitching from a pair of youngsters, but West Bend West claimed its fourth WIAA state summer state baseball championship with a 6-4 victory against Marquette University High School on Saturday at Kapco Park at Concordia University.
Wisconsin has long history of devastating floods Chambers set sail for opportunities abroad
MADISON - Though this summer's rains have caused extensive flooding in parts of Wisconsin, flooding has always been a part of life in the state because of its many rivers and lakes. French settlers in Prairie du Chien made one of the first written records of flooding in the state in 1785, calling it "the year of great waters," Wisconsin Public Radio reported (http://bit.ly/2tx6KNs). Several towns along the Mississippi River were completely submerged.

 

PEWAUKEE - Most think of their local chamber of commerce and consider those well-intentioned individuals in the community who show up at ribbon-cuttings, and occasionally spearhead civic improvement projects. One does not usually associate the local chamber of commerce with trips to the Great Wall of China, or Iceland or Ireland, or Europe’s Danube River.
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Owners of Little Switzerland buy Milwaukee County ski hill
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Johnson hopeful about GOP reaching health care agreement
>>Commission to review plans for McDonald's, Panda Express, CrossFit
 
Milwaukee police investigating fatal shooting of 6-year-old

UW-Green Bay 'snaps' at its students

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police are investigating the fatal shooting of a 6-year-old boy. The department says the boy was shot Saturday evening outside of a residence on the 3600 block of North 23rd Street. Authorities are attempting to identify suspects in the case. Police didn't immediately identify the victim of the shooting. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports that the child's family has identified him as Justin Evans Jr. GREEN BAY — The second University of Wisconsin-Green Bay acceptance announcement a Milton High School senior received included animated confetti and was delivered via Snapchat. Lindsay Fanning applied to UWGB in fall 2016 because she liked the university's social work program, the location of the campus and wanted to join the pep band. A question on the school's application asked Fanning if she wanted to receive an acceptance notification via Snapchat.


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Divided UK, inconclusive election could put brakes on Brexit
LONDON - Lucy Harris thinks Britain's decision to leave the European Union is a dream come true. Nick Hopkinson thinks it's a nightmare. The two Britons - a "leave" supporter and a "remainer" - represent the great divide in a country that stepped into the unknown just over a year ago, when British voters decided by 52 percent to 48 percent to end more than four decades of EU membership.

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Cardinals' Fitzgerald motivated by quest for championship
GLENDALE, Ariz. — Training camp is a drag at this point in Larry Fitzgerald's long and accomplished NFL career. Of course, the quest for the ring is the main reason the 14-year veteran continues to play. The longtime Arizona Cardinals wide receiver isn't sure what his future holds as far as retirement. "That's the only reason I'm playing at this point," Fitzgerald said Sunday, the second day of Cardinals training camp.

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AKC Dog Show
Waukesha Kennel Club All Breed Dog Show, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. July 28, 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. July 29 and 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 30, Waukesha County Expo Center, 1000 Northview Road, Waukesha. $5 per carload. “Cuddles for Kids” fundraiser.  www.waukeshakennelclub.org.

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Catholic priest in Wisconsin is married with 8 children
WHITEFISH BAY — Food has a way of bringing people together — in nourishment, in service and in just plain 'ole good company. The fish fry at Holy Family Catholic Church in Whitefish Bay is one of the best around, according to those who have devoured the golden, fried cod.

Wisconsin school district changes staff social media policy
PORTAGE — Employees of a school district in southern Wisconsin will no longer be allowed to use their personal social media accounts to engage students.

Authorities: Fatal officer-involved shooting in Eau Claire
EAU CLAIRE — Eau Claire police say an officer has fatally shot a 59-year-old man after he fired a shotgun at authorities.

Work begins on film about Wisconsin lumber industry
EAU CLAIRE - Work has begun on a historical fiction film about the lumber industry in western Wisconsin.

Wisconsin county divided over waterfront development plan
STURGEON BAY - An eastern Wisconsin community remains divided on what to do with a key piece of waterfront land.

Wisconsin Senate leader wants bipartisan Foxconn deal
MADISON - The Republican leader of the Wisconsin state Senate is reiterating that he wants bipartisan support for any incentives that may be extended to Taiwan iPhone manufacturer Foxconn.

Flooding, storm damage close state park trails
MADISON - This week's storms have flooded several state park and trail properties in west central, southwest and south central Wisconsin.

3 prison staff hurt in attack by inmate
OSHKOSH - Corrections officials say three security employees are recovering following an attack by an inmate at the state prison in Oshkosh.

Walker declares state of emergency in 17 counties
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker has declared a state of emergency in 17 western Wisconsin counties following torrential rains and flooding.

Agency's reluctance on records worries openness advocates
MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is wrong to keep secret the names of some people who publicly commented about Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to drug-test Medicaid applicants, open records advocates and a former head attorney for the agency say.

Milwaukee sheriff says he's not running for US Senate
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says he's not running for U.S. Senate next year and called a political action committee set up by some of his conservative loyalists a "scam."

Wisconsin police can test substances at state crime lab
MADISON - Wisconsin police officers now are able to test unidentified powders at the state crime lab after concerns were raised about exposure to a lethal drug called fentanyl.

Wisconsin agriculture secretary to retire next month
MADISON — The head of the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection will step down next month after seven years on the job.

Wisconsin doctor fired over alleged misconduct loses appeal
MADISON — A Wisconsin appeals court ruled Thursday that an allergist who allegedly had inappropriate sexual contact with three female patients was properly fired, a decision that the doctor's attorney said could have broad implications across the state.

Woman sentenced to 20 years in death of boy who was tortured
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee woman has been sentenced to 20 years in prison for her role in the torture and starvation death of a 7-year-old boy.

Wisconsin officials sued over hunter harassment law
MADISON — A group of Wisconsin residents says the state's hunter harassment law stifles free speech and is suing state officials in federal court.

Russian tortoise reported missing from Wisconsin zoo
OSHKOSH — Oshkosh police say a Russian tortoise has gone missing from the city's zoo. Authorities say the tortoise is about 8 to 10 inches in length. It was discovered missing Wednesday morning from the Menominee Park Zoo. Police say it was likely removed by someone and taken from the zoo.

 

 
 
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