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WASHINGTON — Heralding a ‘‘new chapter of American greatness,’’ President Donald Trump issued a broad call for overhauling the nation’s health care system and significantly boosting military spending Tuesday night as he addressed Congress for the first time. 
>>Ryan invites Wisconsin Republicans to Trump speech

Golf unveils a modern set of rules to make it easier to play
MEXICO CITY — Golf's two governing bodies released a draft of modern rules Wednesday aimed at bringing common sense to what can be a complicated sport. The Royal & Ancient Golf Club and the U.S. Golf Association spent more than five years trying to simplify the Rules of Golf without stripping the centuries-old game of its traditions and fundamentals of fair play. The result figures to be the most comprehensive overhaul since the first set of rules was published in 1744.
Effort to eliminate Wisconsin state treasurer moving ahead
MADISON — The Republican-backed effort to eliminate the Wisconsin state treasurer position is moving closer to approval in the Legislature, despite opposition from those who say powers of the office should be restored after years of being whittled away.
Offender who received state settlement charged with crimes With continued growth, Raised Grain Brewing adds positions
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee teen who received a $300,000 settlement for injuries he sustained at the troubled Lincoln Hills boys prison has since been charged in several criminal cases. Kenyadi Evans was incarcerated at the northern Wisconsin youth prison when a guard shoved him inside his room and the 17-year-old ended up losing part of two toes after smashing his foot in the door. WAUKESHA — In order to support its continued growth, Raised Grain Brewing Co. has promoted two staff members and hired additional ones. Alex Stanton was promoted to sales & distribution, and will help grow and manage the outside sales division.
>>Hartford council approves purchase of properties for new downtown hotel
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Russ Darrow Group to break ground on WB dealership Monday
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Creating a path to jobs in Waukesha County
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Republican senator questions opioid immunity bill Wisconsin youth prison bill moves through hearing
MADISON — A Republican legislator is questioning a bill that would grant heroin overdosers legal immunity. The measure is one of 11 bills included a special legislative session Gov. Scott Walker called in January to address opioid and abuse. The proposal would ensure someone who suffers an overdose would be immune from having his probation, parole or extended supervision revoked and from being prosecuted for possession. MADISON — A bill addressing abuse allegations at Wisconsin's troubled youth prison is gaining traction. The measure would make guards at the facility outside Irma mandatory child abuse reporters, a move that would protect the guards from being fired for reporting incidents. The bill sailed through a Senate judiciary committee public hearing Tuesday. Sen. LaTonya Johnson, one of the bill's chief authors, was the only person who spoke on the measure, saying it would create accountability and transparency.


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Airports, legal volunteers prepare for new Trump travel ban
SEATTLE — Airport officials and civil rights lawyers around the country are getting ready for President Donald Trump's new travel ban — mindful of the chaos that accompanied his initial executive order but hopeful the forthcoming version will be rolled out in a more orderly way. The new order is expected to be issued in the coming days. 

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As soon as the check clears, Golden Knights ready to deal
While 30 NHL teams were talking trades ahead of this week's deadline, the wheeling and dealing is about to begin for the 31st. The expansion Vegas Golden Knights can begin making trades and signing free agents for next season as soon as owner Bill Foley's final payment clears with the league. The expansion draft is almost four months away, but Vegas could get some clarity — and some assets — very soon.

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Republican lawmaker threatens to quit Rotary over guns
MADISON — A Republican state lawmaker is threatening to drop his membership in the West Bend Sunrise Rotary Club because of the service organization's prohibition against sponsoring gun or knife shows.

Fatal shooting by deputy in Lincoln County investigated
MERRILL — Sheriff's officials in northern Wisconsin say a deputy responding to a report of a car in the ditch shot and killed the driver who fired at the officer.

Supreme Court denies DNA testing in 1982 homicide
MADISON — The state Supreme Court says a man convicted in a decades-old homicide isn't entitled to DNA testing. Police found Christopher Mohr dead in Grafton in 1982.

Injured men flee car crash, one dies
BEAVER DAM — Sheriff's authorities say a Beaver Dam man died after fleeing from a highway crash with another person. Dodge County sheriff's officials say both men were seriously injured when their car hit a utility pole near Beaver Dam on Sunday. 

Stripper sues club saying she was paid essentially nothing
MADISON — A former exotic dancer at a Wisconsin Dells strip club says the club pays its dancers essentially nothing.

Wisconsin Revenue Department touts anti-fraud efforts
MADISON — The Wisconsin Department of Revenue says it has stopped $255 million in potentially fraudulent tax refunds and credits the past six years. 

Officers fired upon in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say they've arrested a man believed to be involved in a shooting that targeted officers investigating a suspicious vehicle on the city's south side.

Wisconsin troopers not wearing name tags in North Dakota
MADISON — Seventeen Wisconsin State Patrol troopers sent to North Dakota to help disperse an encampment of Dakota Access oil pipeline protesters aren't wearing name tags or numbers on their uniforms during their nine-day assignment.

Sturgeon spearing season fizzles out at end but exceeds 2016
APPLETON — The sturgeon spearing season on Lake Winnebago fizzled out at the end. The 16-day season ended Sunday on the fourth straight day without the harvest of a single fish on Lake Winnebago or on the upriver lakes of Butte des Morts, Winneconne and Poygan.

Midwest, Wyoming lawmakers target wolf protections again
MINNEAPOLIS — Pressure is building in Congress to take gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region and Wyoming off the endangered list, which would allow farmers to kill the animals if they threaten livestock.

Once-thriving Midwest delivery company closes it doors
MADISON — A Minnesota-based delivery company that at one time had 11 warehouse locations in six states has closed its doors nearly 70 years after it was founded in Madison.

Judges express skepticism over claims in voting cases
CHICAGO — Three federal court judges expressed deep skepticism Friday over claims that Wisconsin Republicans deliberately made it harder for minorities to vote.

Attorney general announces deal on drug overdose treatment
MADISON — Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel has made a deal with the manufacturer of a drug used to reverse overdoses to make it more readily available at a lower cost.

Trespass charges for man living in hospital closet
MARSHFIELD — A homeless man who police say was living in the closet at a Marshfield hospital has been charged with trespassing and several other counts.

Fresh snow possible for American Birkebeiner
CABLE — A winter storm tracking toward Wisconsin could breathe some life into this year's American Birkebeiner. The National Weather Service is predicting a winter storm with significant snowfall will move into the region between late Thursday and early Saturday.

Divided Wisconsin Supreme Court upholds DNA fee
MADISON — The Wisconsin Supreme Court says a $250 fee charged to a Racine woman to collect and process her DNA samples was correctly levied, even though it did not have to be assessed at the time of her conviction.

 

 
 
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