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July 29, 2016

 
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WAUKESHA — A Wisconsin law enforcement official said Thursday he doesn't know why a Washington Post reporter was kicked out of a Wednesday night campaign rally near Milwaukee for Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence, but stressed it wasn't his department that removed him. The Washington Post said reporter Jose DelReal was turned down for a credential before the rally and tried to enter through general admission.

Perez, Davies lead Brewers to 6-4 win over Diamondbacks

MILWAUKEE - Hernan Perez hit a two-run homer, singled and scored the go-ahead run in the sixth, Zach Davies pitched 6 1/3 innings and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-4 on Thursday. Perez, who started at shortstop for benched Jonathan Villar, crushed Robbie Ray's first pitch 458 feet off the facing of the scoreboard in deep center for the two-run homer in the third.

Packers need 1st-round pick Kenny Clark to get ready quickly
GREEN BAY — Not long after they were drafted this spring by the Green Bay Packers, Kenny Clark and Dean Lowry got a call from the fiery leader of the defensive line. Mike Daniels was on the phone, and he needed them to get ready quickly. The Packers will be down a veteran up front early in the season because of the four-game suspension of Mike Pennell, so Clark and Lowry must be ready to play right away. That means there is no time to waste in training camp for the rookies.
Former US Attorney Santelle used card for spa, rental car Bringing South American flavor to Waukesha
MADISON— Former U.S. Attorney James Santelle misused a government credit card to pay for his dry cleaning, a rental car for personal use and an airline ticket to his nephew's college graduation, an investigatory report released Thursday in response to an open records request filed by The Associated Press. The report by the U.S. Justice Department's Office of the Inspector General provides more details about what preceded Santelle's abrupt resignation last July as U.S. attorney in charge of the eastern half of Wisconsin. A one-page OIG summary of his credit card misuse was released in December. WAUKESHA — Francisco Mohamed wanted to give back to the community that’s embraced him since he moved here from Venezuela last year. “I’m very grateful for the Waukesha community,” Mohamed said. “Everybody has had their arms wide open. This is my first business and everybody is always present to give you a hand, saying, ‘Francisco, if you need any assistance, don’t hesitate to call.’
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Marcus Corporation’s earnings for second quarter down 2%
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Minority Dem delegates frustrated with 'Bernie or Bust' Yes, Harrison Ford uses checklists when he flies

PHILADELPHIA — As most Democrats rally around Hillary Clinton, the lingering "Bernie or Bust" movement is stirring frustration at the party's convention among delegates of color, who say they're upset at the refusal of the Vermont senator's most fervent backers to fall in line. "I am so exhausted by it," said Danielle Adams, a black Clinton delegate from North Carolina. "I think there are undercurrents of privilege that concern me."

OSHKOSH — Yes, Harrison Ford uses a checklist when he flies his plane. A curious teenager accompanied the "Star Wars" and "Indiana Jones" star when he flew his DeHavilland Beaver on Thursday at the AirVenture Oshkosh 2016 air show in Wisconsin. His passenger, 16-year-old Jodie Gawthrop, won the trip in a national contest through the Young Eagles program, which uses pilot and ground volunteers to introduce children to flying.



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US to speed oil, gas permits amid sharp drop in applications
BILLINGS, Mont. — U.S. officials announced plans Thursday to speed up permitting for oil and gas drilling on federal and Indian lands to reduce delays, as applications were projected to be down 40 percent versus their historical average amid an ongoing price slump.

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Packers welcome House Speaker Paul Ryan to training camp
GREEN BAY — Politics was out of bounds on Thursday for House Speaker Paul Ryan at Green Bay Packers training camp. Before taking questions from reporters, the Wisconsin Republican said with a smile that he was only talking football. "Sports only. Trump-free zone," joked Ryan, referring to the GOP presidential nominee.

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Long-term care programs available statewide by 2018
MADISON — Wisconsin's top health officials says the state's long-term care programs for the elderly and disabled will be available statewide by early 2018.

La Crosse authorities locate missing plane, find pilot dead
LA CROSSE — A Minnesota pilot was found dead after a small plane was reported missing in the La Crosse area. Officials with the La Crosse Sheriff's Department say they got a call shortly after noon Thursday about a missing single engine propeller plane.

Lawmaker: Some prison radios didn't work during attack
ALLOUEZ — A state senator says some radios didn't work at Green Bay's maximum security prison the day a corrections officer was attacked.

Probable heat death investigated in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County medical examiner's office is investigating a probable heat-related death in Milwaukee. A 60-year-old man was found unresponsive in his home. 

Wisconsin State Patrol head to retire next month
MADISON — The head of Wisconsin's State Patrol is ready to retire. Wisconsin State Patrol Superintendent Stephen Fitzgerald will step down Aug. 5 after five years leading the agency. Gov. Scott Walker's office announced his retirement Thursday.

Milwaukee officer fired in death of black man loses appeal
MILWAUKEE — A judge has upheld the firing of a white Milwaukee police officer who fatally shot a mentally ill black man in 2014.

Unemployment down in most Wisconsin cities, counties
MADISON — Unemployment is down in nearly all Wisconsin cities and counties. The state Department of Workforce Development reported Wednesday that unemployment rates decreased or remained the same in 29 of the state's 32 largest cities in June. 

Wisconsin roads budget faces $1 billion shortfall
MADISON — The Republican co-chair of the Legislature's budget committee is at odds with Gov. Scott Walker over whether tax and fee increases should be considered to help plug a nearly $1 billion shortfall in Wisconsin's transportation budget.

Boy shot with BB gun in face returns to lemonade stand
KIMBERLY — A Kimberly boy was back in the lemonade business a day after he was shot in the face with a BB gun. Jayden Grant, 9, was selling lemonade with friends Monday when someone drove past and shot him with a BB gun.

Wisconsin officer had on-duty sex nearly 100 times
HUDSON — A Wisconsin police officer resigned after an internal investigation found he had sex nearly 100 times on duty.

Meijer recalls salads, sandwiches due to salmonella risk
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.  — Midwest retailer Meijer Inc. says some salads and sandwiches that it sells are being recalled due to a potential risk of salmonella contamination.

Wisconsin's Walker to join with Pence at rally
MADISON — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled to attend a rally with Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence in Wisconsin on Wednesday night.

Suspect killed by police after chase, shot fired at officer
ANTIGO — Authorities say an armed suspect has been killed by police after a standoff and pursuit that began after shots were fired at an officer.

Widow sues Neenah police over motorcycle shop shooting
NEENAH — The widow of a man killed by police during a standoff at a Neenah motorcycle shop is suing the officers for wrongful death.

Last dance: Hundreds attend prom for dying Wisconsin teen
APPLETON — A 14-year-old Wisconsin girl suffering from an illness that will take her life has decided to unhook her ventilator and die — but not before she attends prom.

Officer injured, shots fired after suspect steals squad car
GRAND CHUTE — An officer is injured and two suspects are in custody after one man stole a squad car in Wisconsin. Appleton police Sgt. Dave Lund says the incident happened Saturday night as officers investigated two theft suspects at Pawn America in Grand Chute.

 

 
 
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