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MILWAUKEE — The public's first opportunity to formally comment on part of a $500 million funding plan to build a new Milwaukee Bucks arena attracted an overflow crowd Monday evening, with one group questioning how the city has enough money to help pay for the project but not neighborhood or school investments.
Williams, Biegel round out No. 20 Badgers' battered line

MADISON — The new starters on No. 20 Wisconsin's offensive line will need to get familiar with each other in a hurry this week. There will be little room for error on Saturday night in the season opener against No. 3 Alabama. Badgers coach Paul Chryst rounded out his front five on Monday after being forced to mix and match all through training camp because of injuries.

Opportunities abound for young Packers WRs after injuries

GREEN BAY — Packers rookie Ty Montgomery watched fellow receiver Randall Cobb get hurt and briefly thought the worst over the weekend. "I was just thinking, 'Man, that sucks!' But we've got to keep moving," Montgomery said. "We don't know what's going to happen, but we definitely need everybody that's in this (locker) room to step up."

Walker's talk about Canadian border wall draws derision Waukesha’s Mountain Village apartments sold for $29 million
ONAWA, Iowa — Scott Walker's suggestion that building a wall between Canada and the U.S. might be a "legitimate" idea prompted swift derision from fellow Republicans on Monday and an attempt by his campaign to clarify what he meant. It was the latest misstep for a 2016 presidential candidate who got off to a strong start but has fallen back into the pack after a series of fumbles and a lackluster performance in the first GOP debate.

WAUKESHA - The reddish 319-unit apartment complex built on the side of a hill near downtown Waukesha has been sold by Styza Family LP to an Illinois company for $29 million. Based in Waukesha, Bryce Styza Properties also owns two apartment complexes in Burlington and retail and office spaces in the area. A company representative did not return a call for comment before deadline Monday, but they did send a short notice to Mountain Village apartment residents about the change in ownership.
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Volunteers recognize mentally ill buried in unmarked graves 4 Republicans face off for vacant Wisconsin Assembly seat

APPLETON — For almost 80 years, no one is thought to have visited Peter Gauslin's grave. Relatives didn't know where he was buried or how he died until his great-grandson Andrew Daft began researching family history in 2012 and learned his death occurred at a mental institution. 

MADISON — Four Republicans are facing off to fill a vacancy representing conservative Waukesha County in the Wisconsin state Assembly. The winner of Tuesday's primary for the 99th Assembly District is all-but-certain to take the seat, as no Democrats filed to run. The general election is Sept. 29.



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China urged to free reporter detained for stock market story
BEIJING — The Committee to Protect Journalists is urging Chinese authorities to release a reporter accused of spreading false information on the country's stock market meltdown, calling it the latest act of media intimidation by President Xi Jinping's administration.

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No settlement: Goodell, Brady await 'Deflategate' ruling
NEW YORK — NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady attended last-minute settlement talks between the NFL and its players union Monday before a judge announced he would decide the dispute over deflated footballs with a ruling in a day or two.

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BANJO SUPERSTARS. A SPECIAL PABST LOWER LEVEL SHOW FEATURING: Bιla Fleck and Abigail Washburn. Fleck has taken the instrument into unusual territory like funk, jazz and classical, while Washburn prefers to stay in the more traditional clawhammer style.

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Wisconsin man convicted of woman's fatal shooting
JEFFERSON — A jury has convicted a 33-year-old Wisconsin man of killing the mother of his child. A Jefferson County jury on Saturday convicted Michael Henderson of Waterloo on one count of first-degree intentional homicide.

UW leaders set to start listening sessions
MADISON — University of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin a series of listening sessions around the state. The first session is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at UW-La Crosse. Community, legislative and business leaders are expected to speak on health topics.

Largest, most diverse incoming class at UW-Superior
SUPERIOR — University of Wisconsin-Superior administrators say this year's enrollment increase can be attributed, in part, to a record influx of international students.

Safety officials urge drivers to watch for school children
GREEN BAY — Children across Wisconsin are heading back to school. Public safety officials are reminding motorists to be on the lookout for children boarding or exiting school buses.

Wisconsin dept. to provide back pay for Walker security team
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says it will provide back pay for State Patrol officers who serve as bodyguards for Gov. Scott Walker and other state officials.

Wisconsin driver helps bald eagle she struck with SUV
ST. PAUL, Minn. — A bald eagle hit by an SUV in Wisconsin is recovering at a University of Minnesota clinic after being helped by the driver who hit it.

Georgia-Pacific to close Wisconsin plant
PHILLIPS — Georgia-Pacific is closing its specialty wood-products factory in Phillips, eliminating about 60 jobs by late October.

1 injured when fire department truck overturns at airport
MILWAUKEE — Operations at Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee County have returned to normal following a truck crash.

Authorities identify man killed in crop-dusting plane crash
HANCOCK — Authorities have released the name of a pilot who was killed when a crop-dusting plane crashed in Hancock in central Wisconsin.

American Family doubles spending at UW-Madison
MADISON — American Family Insurance is doubling its spending on advertising and donations at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Boy accused of shooting woman was dating her daughter
SARATOGA — Search warrants filed in Wood County show the teenager accused of fatally shooting a woman had been dating the victim's daughter who ended a relationship with the boy the day her mother was killed.

Man surrenders while holding baby following standoff
WAUSAU — Wausau police say a man used a baby as a shield when he surrendered to tactical officers following a standoff.

Couple, newborn rescued on Chippewa River
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Firefighters rescued a man, woman and infant from a boat that was taking on water in the Chippewa River.

Walker administration assigns armed guards to DOJ offices
MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker's administration plans to post armed security guards at the entrances to the state Department of Justice's Madison headquarters.

Interest in drones soars at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days
TOWN OF SUN PRAIRIE — Drones are attracting droves of visitors at Wisconsin Farm Technology Days, as many of the devices have been seen hovering around their exhibitors.

Alliant project at Madison headquarters studies solar energy
MADISON — Alliant Energy is studying solar-energy technology in a project outside its Madison headquarters.

Fewer abortions performed in Wisconsin in 2014
MADISON — A new state report says the number of abortions performed in Wisconsin dropped 10 percent last year.

Court: Second Amendment also covers those in US illegally
MADISON — People living in the United States illegally have a constitutional right to bear arms but are still barred from doing so by a separate law, a federal appeals court ruled.

 

 
 
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