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MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers is asking the Republican leaders of the Legislature’s budget committee to release $3.7 million a year in funding to pay for programs designed to help homeless people. Evers sent a letter Thursday to the committee co-chairs, urging them to make available the funding that has been pending for four months. Evers is seeking action now before winter sets in. 
>>Report: Wisconsin taxes have dropped over past 2 decades
Giannis drops 30-plus again to lead Bucks past Bulls 124-115
MILWAUKEE  — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 38 points and 15 rebounds, Eric Bledsoe added a season-high 31 points and eight assists and the Milwaukee Bucks withstood another historic effort by Chicago rookie Coby White to beat the Bulls 124-115 on Thursday night. White shot 5 of 8 from 3-point range in the first half, becoming the youngest player in NBA history to hit five 3-pointers in consecutive games.
Huskers brace for No. 15 Badgers’ Taylor-led rushing attack
LINCOLN, Neb.  — The issue for wary Nebraska fans this week isn’t whether the Cornhuskers can upset No. 15 Wisconsin. It’s about how many yards Jonathan Taylor will run for this time. The Badgers’ star has rushed for more than 200 yards two straight years against Nebraska and will go into Saturday coming off his season-high 250-yard outing against Iowa.

 

Manure driving Wisconsin push to prosecute journalists 'My head is swimming'
MADISON — Behind all the anger and indignation over a southwestern Wisconsin board’s attempts to control reports on a well water study is a simple story about manure. Lafayette County officials tried to stifle discussion about upcoming results from the study, which has already determined a handful of area wells are contaminated with fecal matter. 

 

MEQUON — A 40-acre development proposed for the northwest corner of Port Washington and Highland roads left aldermen with mixed reactions during a preliminary consultation before the Mequon Common Council Tuesday. The $65-million development includes a senior housing complex with 300 to 355 units, an assisted living facility, medical office building, business office building, a day care facility and a hotel.
>>Wisconsin unemployment rate up for fifth straight month
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Condo redevelopment on City Of Oconomowoc agenda
>>Blue Collar Coffee Co. set to open in Delafield this month
>>Rockwell Automation reports 4Q profit
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Metro Milwaukee home sales up 7.9% in October

10 Democrats qualify for next week’s presidential debate Tactical edge will shift to GOP in Senate impeachment trial
ATLANTA  — Ten Democratic presidential candidates have qualified for next Wednesday’s debate in Georgia, giving voters a smaller lineup on stage to consider even as the party’s overall field expands. The Democratic National Committee confirmed the lineup Thursday after reviewing polling and grassroots fundraising thresholds. 

 

WASHINGTON — It’s been easy for majority Democrats to keep Republicans from shifting the focus of the House impeachment hearings. Yet GOP leverage to do just that will grow should the battle reach the Republican-run Senate. If the House votes to impeach President Donald Trump, which seems likely, the Senate would hold a trial on whether to oust him from office, probably early next year.


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US chickens headed to China after Beijing lifts 5-year ban
WASHINGTON — China is lifting a five-year ban on U.S. poultry, a goodwill gesture at a time when the world’s two biggest economies are trying to finalize a tentative trade deal. China had blocked U.S. poultry imports a month after an outbreak of avian influenza in December 2014, closing off a market that bought more than $500 million worth of American chicken, turkey and other poultry products in 2013.

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Browns star Garrett facing NFL discipline after outburst
CLEVELAND — Myles Garrett swung a helmet. The NFL will soon swing back at the Cleveland Browns star. Garrett could be facing an unprecedented league suspension for his violent outburst Thursday night, when he ripped off Pittsburgh quarterback Mason Rudolph’s helmet and clubbed him on the head during the final seconds of Cleveland’s 21-7 win.

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Mannheim Steamroller Christmas
Grammy Award winner Chip Davis has created a show that features Mannheim Steamroller Christmas classics along with a selection of compositions from Chip’s groundbreaking Fresh Aire series which introduced the distinctive Mannheim sound to all of America. The program celebrates the group’s recent anniversary of 30 years since the first Christmas album and 40 years since the first Fresh Aire album and includes dazzling multimedia effects performed in an intimate setting. Experience the magic as the spirit of the season comes alive with the signature sound of Mannheim Steamroller. 

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DNA on discarded cigarette leads to homicide charges
OSHKOSH — Prosecutors say a discarded cigarette led to charges against a man accused in a fatal tavern shooting in Oshkosh.

Deputy charged with misconduct, marijuana possession
KENOSHA — A Kenosha County sheriff’s deputy is charged with misconduct in office and possessing marijuana.

Wisconsin Guard whistleblower fighting discharge decision
MADISON — A Wisconsin National Guard sergeant whose complaints spurred investigations into sexual misconduct in his unit is fighting his commanders’ decision to discharge him.

Man accused of tossing acid on Latino due in Milwaukee court
MILWAUKEE — A 61-year-old man accused of throwing acid on a Latino man’s face is due in court in a case that’s being prosecuted as a hate crime.

Shorewood schools closed after hit list, ammunition found
SHOREWOOD — All public schools in a Milwaukee suburb are closed after officials say a high school student wrote a hit list and was found in possession of a loaded magazine of ammunition.

Arrest made in case of starving dog in northwest Wisconsin
BOYCEVILLE — Police in northwestern Wisconsin have made an arrest in the case of a starving dog found along a highway. 

Car crashes into school bus in Wisconsin; no students hurt
TOWN OF BEAVER DAM — Authorities in southeastern Wisconsin say 10 elementary school students were not hurt when a car driven by a teenager lost control on a slick road and crashed into their school bus.

Another assault locks down Portage prison
PORTAGE — State officials say the maximum-security Columbia Correctional Institution remains locked down following another assault on a staff member.

Wisconsin deer stands damaged; animal rights group suspected
NEW RICHMOND — Authorities suspect animal welfare activists are behind the vandalism of several deer stands in western Wisconsin.

Investigators unclear what caused plane crash that killed 3
GREEN BAY — Federal investigators are not sure what caused a 2018 plane crash in central Indiana that killed three men bound for Wisconsin.

Meeting on proposal to prosecute journalists back on
MADISON — Officials in southwestern Wisconsin are going ahead with a meeting on a resolution that calls for prosecuting journalists who edit an upcoming news release on a water quality study.

Police seek driver who hit 2 children, parents near Fiserv
MILWAUKEE  — Milwaukee police are searching for a hit-and-run driver who injured two children and their parents outside of Fiserv Forum.

Police: Driver involved in rollover crash had been shot
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police say a driver whose vehicle rolled over and crashed on the city's east side had been shot.

Illinois judge sentences man in 2000 drowning death of wife
ROLLING MEADOWS, Ill. - A man who was convicted of murder in the drowning death of his wife 19 years ago in the bathtub of their suburban Chicago home has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.

Driver of car in Two Rivers police shooting faces charges
TWO RIVERS - Gun and drug charges have been filed against a man prosecutors say was driving a car involved in a fatal police shooting in Two Rivers.

Evers wants to raise state workers' minimum wage to $15
MADISON - Democratic Gov. Tony Evers is proposing raising state employees' minimum wage to $15.

County resolution threatens journalists with prosecution
MADISON - At least one Wisconsin county official wants to warn any journalists who cover the upcoming release of a regional water quality study: Publish the county's news release summarizing the findings in its entirety without any alterations or risk criminal prosecution.

Agency confirms acid attack suspect's military service
MILWAUKEE - A military record-keeping agency has confirmed the military service of a white Milwaukee man suspected of throwing acid on a Latino man.

Wisconsin governor returns 'holiday tree' name to evergreen
MADISON - Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers has gone back to calling the evergreen on display at the state Capitol a holiday tree, reversing his predecessor who declared it a Christmas tree. 

Wisconsin school settles windsurfer death lawsuit for $850K
MADISON — The University of Wisconsin-Madison has settled a lawsuit by the family of a windsurfer killed in a collision with a university boat.

Wisconsin Assembly passes wetland credits bill
MADISON — The state Assembly has sent to Gov. Tony Evers a bill that would require developers to purchase wetland mitigation credits within the watershed they're changing.

1999 homicide victim to be identified
RACINE — Authorities in southeastern Wisconsin say they now know the identity of a woman found fatally beaten near a cornfield in 1999 and have made an arrest in her death.

The words Trump had to hear: Investigations, Biden, Clinton
WASHINGTON — There were three words President Donald Trump wanted to hear from the Ukraine president: Investigations, Biden, Clinton.  

Bloomberg opens door to a 2020 Democratic presidential bid
WASHINGTON— Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire former mayor of New York City, is opening the door to a 2020 Democratic presidential campaign, warning that the current field of candidates is ill equipped to defeat President Donald Trump.  

2 explosive devices found at Oshkosh hospital, man detained
OSHKOSH — Oshkosh police are investigating after two explosive devices were found at a hospital.

DNR: Guard responsible for contamination at airport
MADISON — State regulators say the Wisconsin Air National Guard is responsible for contaminating soil and groundwater in and around Madison's Truax Field and needs to clean up the toxic chemicals or face legal action.

Wisconsin gridlock between Democratic governor, lawmakers
MADISON, Wis.  — A tumultuous week that put on full display the partisan agendas of Wisconsin Democratic Gov. Tony Evers and the Republican Legislature also revealed the limitations both face under divided government that increasingly results in gridlock. 

Man in custody in Milwaukee hit-and-run that hurt 2 children
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say a 25-year-old man is in custody in this week's hit-and-run that injured two children.

UW-Madison uses robots to deliver food to students
MADISON — The University of Wisconsin-Madison is using rolling robots to deliver food. The school entered into a contact with Starship Technologies this summer to get access to a fleet of 30 robots that resemble coolers on wheels. 

Forecast calls for continued high water in Great Lakes
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — A new forecast says Great Lakes levels are likely to remain unusually high and may set additional records.

Charges: Man painted car after crash that killed 2 sisters
MILWAUKEE — Prosecutors allege a Milwaukee man painted his car after a hit-and-run crash that killed two young sisters.

Milwaukee police arrest suspect in acid attack
MILWAUKEE  — Milwaukee police report an arrest in an acid attack that sent a 42-year-old man to the hospital.

St. Norbert president stepping down after school year
DE PERE — The president of St. Norbert College in De Pere is retiring after the school year. Brian Bruess has led the four-year Catholic liberal arts institution since June 2017.

Regents leader appoints UW president search committee
MADISON — The head of the University of Wisconsin System's Board of Regents has named a search committee to find candidates to replace retiring system President Ray Cross.

 

 
 
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