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MADISON — Two-term Wisconsin state Superintendent Tony Evers and longtime public school administrator Lowell Holtz face each other in the April 4 election. Evers and Holtz offer contrasting views on what the priorities of public education in Wisconsin should be over the next four years, but the race has largely focused on Holtz's checkered employment history and alleged bribe he denies extending to a former candidate in the race.
Butler did it: Bulls pulls away for 109-94 win over Bucks
MILWAUKEE — Jimmy Butler rarely passed up opportunities to share the ball. Nikola Mirotic took advantage of his open shots. Inspired by unselfish play, the Chicago Bulls pulled away in the second half for a 109-94 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday to keep pace in the Eastern Conference playoff race.
Bears' Hall, Packers' Dorleant arrested in Iowa
CEDAR FALLS, Iowa  — Authorities in central Iowa say Chicago Bears cornerback Deiondre Hall and Green Bay Packers cornerback Makinton Dorleant were arrested outside a bar in Cedar Falls. Hall was cited for disorderly conduct, public intoxication and interference with official acts. Dorleant was cited for interference. Police say officers responded to a report of a fight outside the bar Sharkey's Funhouse on Saturday night.
Wisconsin looks to improve emergency communications network Ripples from US nuclear plant closings overwhelm small towns
MADISON — Wisconsin officials are working to determine how to improve the statewide emergency communications network and who will pay for it. The Wisconsin Interoperable System for Communications allows public safety agencies to communicate with one another across the state, and sometimes coverage can be spotty, Wisconsin Public Radio (http://bit.ly/2mx0TnZ) reported.

OAK HARBOR, Ohio - Living in the shadows of the Davis-Besse nuclear power plant's cooling tower that soars above Lake Erie in Ohio like an oversized lighthouse brings with it some give-and-take. On the plus side, it generates tax money that once paid for a high school swimming pool and auditorium. Then there are the stockpiles of radiation pills and emergency drills for students in case of a disaster. 

Wisconsin schools teach penmanship despite standards change Iran strikes back at US with 'reciprocal' sanctions
EAU CLAIRE — Some Wisconsin students are still learning cursive, even though it's not required in the Common Core education standards. Elementary students in the Eau Claire school district, Chippewa Falls school district, Altoona school and Regis Catholic Schools all learn cursive. "Some districts in some states have gone away with teaching cursive," said Laurie Haus, the Eau Claire school districts' literacy academic services coordinator. "I think people hear those things and they just assume it's everywhere." TEHRAN, Iran — Iran on Sunday sanctioned what it described as 15 American companies, alleging they support terrorism, repression and Israel's occupation of land Palestinians want for a future state, likely in retaliation for sanctions earlier announced by the U.S. The wide-ranging list from an American real estate company to a major arms manufacturer appeared more symbolic than anything else as the firms weren't immediately known to be doing business anywhere in the Islamic Republic.


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Trump plans office to bring business ideas to government
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is set to announce a new White House office run by his son-in-law that will seek to overhaul government functions using ideas from the business sector. A senior administration official said Trump on Monday will announce the White House Office of American Innovation. The official sought anonymity to discuss the office in advance of the formal rollout.

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1After Match Play, can anyone beat Dustin Johnson?
AUSTIN, Texas — Dustin Johnson has been around long enough to realize he's not going to win every golf tournament he plays. It's just getting harder to find a candidate to stop him. Zach Johnson advanced out of his group in the Dell Technologies Match Play and faced Dustin Johnson, whom he referred to not only as the best player in the world, but "probably playing as good as anybody has ever played in the last month."

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MediumUmphrey's McGee 2017 Tour
UM has built a rabid fanbase through endless touring, putting them on the road 100+ nights a year. Their constantly evolving sound channels a wide spectrum of influences while still preserving their distinct voice through crafty songwriting. With a massive repertoire of originals and note-perfect covers, their live shows are like flipping through the presets on your radio dial. Their A.D.D. approach to “progressive improvisation” utilizes a set of Zappa inspired hand signals allowing them to orchestrate their melodic creations on the fly.

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WIAA State Hockey Final 03-04-17
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WIAA State Gymnastics Meet 03-04-17
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Waupun vs. Ripon Sectional Semifinal 03-09-17
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Shopping Spree in Campbellsport
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Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade 2017
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Children at the wax museum in Erin
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University of Wisconsin band performs at Hartford Union High School
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Iranian talk in West Bend
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Common Sense Citizens of WC asks teacher compensation question of West Bend School Board candidates
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Police standoff ends peacefully in West Allis
WEST ALLIS — A police standoff has ended peacefully in the Milwaukee suburb of West Allis. Police had responded late Saturday to what they called a "trouble call." A man surrendered about 3:30 a.m. Sunday.

Police seek poisoner of dogs in western Wisconsin
LAKE HALLIE — Police in a western Wisconsin town are trying to find whoever is making dogs sick. The Lake Hallie Police Department says someone has been putting an unknown substance inside cut-up hot dogs, wrapping the hot dogs in dental floss and then tossing the meat in people's yards. 

Man completes 170-mile journey to Lambeau by wheelchair
GREEN BAY — A man using a wheelchair has completed a 170-mile journey from southern Wisconsin to Lambeau Field.

Thousands going to Dane County ERs for dental problems
MADISON - Dane County is seeing mixed results in its efforts to reduce reliance on people going to hospital emergency rooms for dental problems, a new report shows.

5 arrested in death of Milwaukee home inspector
MILWAUKEE - Five people have been arrested in the shooting death of a Milwaukee home inspector.

Ryan falls short in first test of Trump presidency
WASHINGTON  — House Speaker Paul Ryan guaranteed a win on the Republican plan to dismantle Barack Obama's health care law.

Heimlich hero: Video captures student saving friend's life
LA CROSSE - A Wisconsin high school student is being called a hero for using the Heimlich maneuver to rescue a choking friend in the school cafeteria.

Wisconsin's budget could be $1 billion short by 2021
MADISON - Wisconsin's state budget could be more than $1 billion in the red by 2021, based on the proposal submitted by Gov. Scott Walker that the Legislature is considering.

Victim's husband appeals for calm after Wisconsin shooting
MADISON - The husband of one of four people killed in a string of shootings by a suspect who is Hmong urged community members not to "get caught up in colors" in reacting to the attack.

Wisconsin makes legal arguments in redistricting appeal
MADISON - Wisconsin's Republican attorney general told the U.S. Supreme Court in a legal filing Friday that a ruling striking down GOP-drawn legislative boundaries in the state as unconstitutional is "unprecedented."

2nd baby co-sleeping death reported in Milwaukee in 24 hours
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee authorities are investigating the city's second death of a baby in a co-sleeping incident within 24 hours.

Milwaukee city worker fatally shot on the job identified
MILWAUKEE — City officials and police in Milwaukee have identified a housing inspector who was shot and killed while on duty.

Wisconsin lawyer loses license over misuse of client funds
MADISON — A Madison-area attorney has agreed to give up his law license after failing to keep records of his client trust account and possibly using client money over a period of several years.

Dispatcher fired over Trump wants $250,000 settlement
LA CROSSE — A University of Wisconsin-La Crosse police dispatcher who says she was fired for supporting President Donald Trump's travel ban wants a six-figure settlement.

Tribe questions state review of Ho-Chunk expansion
MADISON — An American Indian tribe is questioning why Gov. Scott Walker's administration isn't applying the same criteria to a northern Wisconsin casino expansion as it has for previous proposals. A state spokesman says they're not comparable situations.

Car fleeing police ends up on Wisconsin airport runway
OSHKOSH — A police chase in the Oshkosh area has ended with the suspect driving his car onto an airport runway. The Wisconsin State Patrol tells WBAY-TV a trooper going north on Highway 41 on Tuesday noticed a couple of cars coming up fast behind him.

Evers mocks opponent in first ads of superintendent race
MADISON — State Superintendent Tony Evers mocks his opponent Lowell Holtz in the first television ads of the race, referencing an alleged deal Holtz discussed designed to net him a personal driver and six-figure state job.

US surgeon pleads guilty after New Zealand crash kills 2
WELLINGTON, New Zealand — A 63-year-old Wisconsin heart surgeon who was on vacation in New Zealand with his wife pleaded guilty to careless driving charges Tuesday after police say he caused an accident while attempting a U-turn on a coastal highway, killing two people and injuring four others.

Supreme Court seems divided in property rights dispute
WASHINGTON — A divided Supreme Court struggled on Monday over a property rights dispute that could make it tougher for state and local governments to limit development in coastal areas.

 

 
 
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