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December 29, 2014

 
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Walker's casino decision 
remains mystery
Key developments in police-communities tension

MADISON - The clock is ticking on Gov. Scott Walker to decide whether to approve a new Kenosha casino and it looks like he's going to take every second before the Feb. 19 deadline. Here's a quick rundown about where the push for the casino stands.

The killings of two unarmed blacks by white police officers in Missouri, New York and Wisconsin this past year touched off protests and a national debate over police conduct that intensified after grand juries refused to indict the officers.
Kaminsky helps No. 6 
Wisconsin top Buffalo 68-56
Packers, limping Rodgers 
beat Lions 30-20 to win NFC North

MADISON - Frank Kaminsky had his usual stellar night for No. 6 Wisconsin. When his teammates found their stroke in the second half, the Badgers cruised right by Buffalo. Kaminsky had 25 points, 11 rebounds and six blocked shots, leading Wisconsin to a 68-56 victory over the pesky Bulls on Sunday. 

GREEN BAY - Aaron Rodgers is limping into the playoffs with a smile. Green Bay's franchise quarterback threw two touchdown passes to Randall Cobb, Eddie Lacy gashed Detroit's defense for 100 yards and the Packers claimed a fourth straight NFC North title with 30-20 victory Sunday.

Unclear whether oil, objects 
found in sea linked to lost jet
Police seek killer of 13-month-old Milwaukee boy
SURABAYA, Indonesia - An Indonesian helicopter searching for the missing AirAsia jetliner saw two oily spots in the water Monday, and an Australian search plane spotted objects elsewhere in the Java Sea, but it was too early to know whether either was connected to the aircraft and its 162 passengers and crew.

MILWAUKEE - Investigators said Sunday that evidence points to more than one person being responsible for the gunfire that killed a 13-month-old Milwaukee boy. They disclosed that detail during a news conference near the home where Bill Thao was slain on Milwaukee's northwest side. Police said more than one gun fired the shots that struck the home Saturday evening.

 

Sunday target to release 14 young whooping cranes into marsh Police boss urges more 
dialogue, less rhetoric
NEW ORLEANS - If it's not too windy for a first flight, too foggy to see or so rainy that it would drench biologists' baggy "crane costumes," and there aren't too many aggressive adults in the neighborhood, 14 young endangered whooping cranes will be released Sunday into a southwest Louisiana marsh.

NEW YORK - New York City's police commissioner called for a "lot less rhetoric and a lot more dialogue" to defuse the tension between police officers and the population they protect. Commissioner William Bratton said the "pent-up frustrations" that have caused people to take to the streets in recent weeks go far beyond policing policies across the nation.


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Algeria calls for OPEC to cut production
ALGIERS, Algeria - Algeria's oil minister on Sunday called on OPEC to cut production and raise the price of oil, which has plunged dramatically in the last six months. The call by Youcef Yousfi to the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries, of which Algeria is a member, comes as the country is struggling to deal with a halving of oil prices from $120 barrel to $60 a barrel.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Ravens in; Seahawks, Broncos, Packers get byes
The division showdowns were won by the Packers, Panthers and Steelers. On to the playoffs. Also qualifying for the Super Bowl chase were the Ravens, who got the final AFC wild card. And the Seahawks secured home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs, not a pleasant prospect to the rest of the conference.

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Ice Skating
Looking for some family fun to celebrate the last weekend in 2014? Keep your receipt from any Holiday Public skate session and get in for FREE at the 8 p.m. Saturday, January 23rd West Bend Bombers 8 p.m. game!

SLIDESHOWS



Waukesha West vs. Arrowhead 12-18-14
Posted 12-22-14


Public Ice Skating at Kettle Moraine Ice Center 12-17-14
Posted 12-22-14


Slinger vs. Hartford Union 12-19-14
Posted 12-22-14


VIDEOS



STEM Academy Game
Posted 12-03-2014


Waukesha Christmas Parade
Posted 11-24-2014


West Bend School Superintendent Ted Neitzke discussing morning incident at the High School
Posted 11-20-2014


Organist Marlene Wondergem performing Psalm XiX by Benedetto Marcello
Posted 11-14-14

Wally Ritterbusch of West Bend on his memories of the Normandy invasion
Posted 11-05-14

 

Love>Hate Project in Hartford
Posted 10-29-14



 
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'Saved by the Bell' actor due in a Wis. courtroom
PORT WASHINGTON - The actor who played Screech in the 1990s TV show "Saved by the Bell" is expected to appear in a Wisconsin courtroom.

Woman dies in Lake Mohawksin snowmobile accident
TOMAHAWK - Lincoln County authorities say a woman has died in a snowmobiling accident on Lake Mohawksin in Tomahawk.

Police ID man who died in Oshkosh apartment fire
OSHKOSH - Police have identified an Oshkosh man who was died in a fire that investigators say was caused by smoking near an oxygen tank.

Wisconsin state trooper dragged by car, injured
LAKE MILLS - A Wisconsin state trooper was injured while being dragged by a car.

Man threatens couple with fake gun
MADISON - Police have arrested a 19-year-old Madison man after he allegedly threatened a Tennessee couple with a fake gun.

Motorists rescue Wisconsin man from burning car
MADISON - Passing motorists helped rescue a man after his car skidded onto frozen Lake Monona and burst into flames.

Wisconsin woman charged with stabbing brother
BARABOO - Prosecutors have charged a southern Wisconsin woman suspected of stabbing her brother to death during a confrontation over cigarettes with first-degree reckless homicide.

Wisconsin DNR taking final comments on turkey plan
MADISON - Wisconsin wildlife officials have scheduled the last two public hearings on their 2015-2025 turkey management draft plan.

Dontre Hamilton supporters to rally in Chicago
CHICAGO - Family members and other supporters of a Milwaukee man killed by a city police officer are expected to attend a rally in Chicago with the Rev. Jesse Jackson.

Wisconsin police arrest man for fatal hit-and-run
RACINE - Police have arrested a 31-year-old Racine man in connection with a hit-and-run crash that left a pedestrian dead.

Ship strikes northeastern Wisconsin bridge
MADISON - Wisconsin officials say a large ship struck a Sturgeon Bay bridge during a docking attempt.

Wisconsin cherry growers might slice board
MADISON - The board that oversees marketing of Wisconsin's tart cherries could be squeezed.

Few details offered in Kimberly child's death
KIMBERLY - Police in the Fox Valley are offering few details about their investigation into a young boy's death on Christmas Eve.

Wisconsin family's light display spills onto radio
WESTON - One northern Wisconsin family went to extra lengths to make their holiday lights display sparkle: They took over an unused radio frequency so the bulbs would dance for people driving by.

Fire sweeps through ice shack; no one hurt
MERILL - Fire has gotten in the way of one family's love of ice.

2 Green Bay area men nabbed for repeat drunk driving
GREEN BAY - Two Green Bay-area men with long drunk driving histories are again in trouble for allegedly driving while intoxicated, including one who was also nabbed with cocaine he says was a gift.

 

 

 

 

 
 
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