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Confederate monuments are being removed around the country under pressure from those who say they honor a regime that enslaved African-Americans. The pace has increased, however, in the wake of last weekend's deadly confrontation at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia. A look at monuments that have been removed, covered up or vandalized in recent days:
Rockies back Marquez with 3 HRs, beat Brewers 8-4
DENVER Charlie Blackmon hit his sixth leadoff home run of the season, German Marquez won for the first time in seven weeks and the Colorado Rockies beat the Milwaukee Brewers 8-4 on Friday night. Gerardo Parra and Carlos Gonzalez also homered and each drove in two runs, and Nolan Arenado had a two-run triple for the Rockies, who are one game up on the Arizona Diamondbacks for the top NL wild card.
Matt Kenseth has no current plans for future in NASCAR
BRISTOL, Tenn. Matt Kenseth still doesn't have a job lined up for next season and the two-time Daytona 500 winner doesn't really want to discuss his situation. Kenseth is in the final year of his contract with Joe Gibbs Racing and the team has said Erik Jones will drive the No. 20 Toyota next year. The move left Kenseth without a ride, and seats are extremely hard for veterans to land in this current climate.
Wisconsin lawmakers introduce bill to relax mining rules Math experts join brainpower to help address gerrymandering
MADISON Two Wisconsin lawmakers have introduced legislation to repeal a law that requires mining companies to prove they've operated without polluting before they can mine in the state. Republican Sen. Tom Tiffany of Hazelhurst and Republican Rep. Rob Hutton of Brookfield introduced the bill Thursday. "People want to make things in America again," Tiffany said. "Our neighbors, Minnesota and Michigan, have placed their shovels in the dirt of America's future. It is Wisconsin's turn to do the same." MEDFORD, Mass. Some of the brightest minds in math arrived at Tufts University last week to tackle an issue lawyers and political scientists have been struggling with for decades. They came from colleges across the country for a weeklong conference on gerrymandering, the practice of crafting voting districts in a way that favors voters from a certain political party or demographic. It's a topic of growing interest among many math and data experts who say their scholarly fields can provide new tools to help courts identify voting maps that are drawn unfairly.
Former Democratic Rep. Roys considering run for governor Wisconsin Legislature holding Foxconn hearing in Sturtevant
MADISON Former Democratic state Rep. Kelda Helen Roys is considering running for governor, the latest in the ever-growing list of potential candidates to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker. Roys tells the Capital Times in an interview Friday that she was "very seriously" considering getting into the race. That makes her one of at least 17 Democrats who have either said they are looking at getting in, created campaign committees to explore a run or officially declared. MADISON The next public hearing on Foxconn Technology Group's plans to build a $10 billion manufacturing campus will be held near where the factory would be. The Legislature's budget-writing Joint Finance Committee announced Friday that it will hold a public hearing Tuesday at Gateway Technical College in Sturtevant. This hearing on the $3 billion tax incentive bill comes after the Assembly passed the measure with bipartisan support Thursday.


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Icahn steps down as unofficial Trump adviser
WASHINGTON President Donald Trump has lost another informal adviser from the business world: billionaire investor Carl Icahn, who gave the White House guidance on its deregulation efforts.
Icahn said in a letter to Trump released Friday that he is stepping down to prevent "partisan bickering" about his unofficial role that Democrats suggested could benefit him financially. 

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McIlroy to return for FedEx Cup playoffs
Rory McIlroy has decided his health is good enough for him to start the FedEx Cup playoffs next week in New York. McIlroy had said after he finished at the PGA Championship that he could feel a back muscle spasm in recent weeks as he practiced more to get ready for the final major of the year.

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Heirloom GardenHeirloom Garden Weekend
Old World Wisconsin will bloom with garden activities all week-end long!  Tours and talks with heirloom garden experts will showcase hundreds of varieties of vegetables, flowers and herbs.  Guests of all ages can immerse their senses as they explore over a dozen gardens, enjoy cooking demonstrations and sample our organically grown heirloom produce.  
 

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Dane County inmate dies after experiencing medical issues
MADISON Authorities say an inmate at the Dane County Jail died while in custody. Officials with the Dane County Sheriff's Office say a deputy and other inmates heard a 33-year-old inmate experiencing medical issues in the shower at about 10 a.m. Friday. 

Legislature's budget committee resuming voting next week
MADISON After a two-month break, the Legislature's budget-writing Joint Finance Committee plans to resume its work on the state's spending plan next week.

Milwaukee police search for suspects in 3 separate shootings
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee police are looking for suspects in three separate shootings that injured four people, including two seriously. Milwaukee police spokesman Terrence Gordon says the shootings all happened Thursday evening.

Woman dies in Wisconsin house explosion
TOWN OF WESTCOTT Wisconsin authorities have recovered the body of a 54-year-old woman killed in a house explosion.

Wisconsin senator wants feds to probe Mexican resort alcohol
MILWAUKEE A U.S. senator from Wisconsin is urging the State Department to investigate reports of tainted or substandard alcohol at Mexican resorts.

Missing Russian tortoise returned to Wisconsin zoo
OSHKOSH  A Russian tortoise that was taken from an Oshkosh zoo a month ago has been returned.

Golden Gate Bridge daredevils charged with trespass
SAN FRANCISCO Two would-be daredevils from Wisconsin are now criminal defendants for scaling the Golden Gate Bridge.

Woman who stopped to help other motorists struck and killed
CALAMUS A Beaver Dam woman was killed after she stopped on a highway to help two motorists involved in a crash and was hit by another vehicle.

Wisconsin officials can't enforce fire sprinklers rule
MADISON Wisconsin officials say a state law prevents them from enforcing a sprinklers rule that fire safety officials say is one of the best ways to save lives.

Wisconsin officials act to help Northern Plains drought
BISMARCK, N.D. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is taking steps to make it easier for farmers in his state to help out their drought-stricken colleagues in the Northern Plains.

Ex-Plover doctor sentenced for sexually assaulting patients
STEVENS POINT A former Wisconsin doctor convicted of sexually assaulting multiple patients at a clinic in Plover has been sentenced to more than six years in prison.

Wisconsin city to remove deteriorating 9/11 memorial
GREEN BAY The city of Green Bay will soon remove a 9/11 memorial that bears inaccurate information and has deteriorated amid eastern Wisconsin's harsh winters.

Republicans Nicholson, Vukmir line up big money supporters
MADISON Deep-pocketed Republicans are starting to take sides in Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race, even though only one candidate has officially entered the race.

Football season saved at Green Bay's Lombardi Middle School
GREEN BAY A Green Bay middle school named for legendary Packers coach Vince Lombardi has hired four coaches, saving a football season the school previously had canceled.

Carjacker fatally shot by La Crosse police was felon
LA CROSSE La Crosse police have identified a convicted felon as the armed carjacker who was fatally shot by officers.

Kenosha city alderman accused of stalking ex-girlfriend
KENOSHA A city alderman in Kenosha is accused of stalking his ex-girlfriend for more than four years. Authorities allege John Ruffolo harassed the woman between February 2013 and July 2017 despite repeated pleas from her to stop and warnings from police.

Judge rules no release for Racine man who killed neighbor
RACINE A 50-year-old Racine man who authorities say strangled his neighbor with an electric cord will spend the rest of his life in prison. A judge Tuesday sentenced Harry Fumich to life in prison with no chance of release.

 

 
 
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