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February 6, 2016

 
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WAUKESHA - As the nation continues its fascination with and debate over "Making a Murderer," the Netflix documentary looking at the murder case of Steven Avery and nephew Brendan Dassey, who were convicted in the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach, astute viewers may recognize a face familiar to Waukesha County residents: that of Appeals Court Judge Mark Gundrum. Gundrum appears in the documentary with Avery seated beside him.
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Explosives threat one of many due to 'Making a Murderer'

Wisconsin wins 5th straight, beats Ohio State 79-68

MADISON — The conversation in the locker room at halftime between Wisconsin interim coach Greg Gard and forward Nigel Hayes was brief and to the point.  Stop taking outside shots and start getting to the foul line, Gard pleaded. Message received — Hayes scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half, and the Badgers still got more than enough from the perimeter after making a season-high 13 3-pointers in a 79-68 win on Thursday night over Ohio State.

Wright State fends off Milwaukee rally to win 84-83

FAIRBORN, Ohio — JT Yoho scored 29 points and Joe Thomasson's free throw with three seconds left lifted Wright State past Milwaukee 84-83 Thursday night. Milwaukee's Matt Tiby made both free throws with five seconds left to tie the game at 83 before Thomasson converted one of two free throws. Mark Hughes hit a 3-pointer with 10:47 to play gave the Raiders a 67-54 lead, before Milwaukee proceeded to outscore Wright State 29-16 to tie it.

Milwaukee County to pursue Lincoln Hills alternative The Mad Rooster seeks to open in former Hardee’s
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee County supervisors voted Thursday to declare a state of emergency at the state's troubled youth prisons and release $500,000 to seek alternative housing for offenders held at the Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake facilities, which are under a sweeping state and federal investigation into allegations of abuse by staffers.

WAUKESHA - The vacant former Hardee’s restaurant located on Northwest Barstow Street may get a new life as a Mad Rooster Café.
The business has an existing location on Greenfield Avenue near Miller Park and has filed paperwork with Waukesha City Hall seeking to open a restaurant here. City Planner Maria Pandazi said she expects the proposal to be taken up at the March 9 Plan Commission meeting.
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Auto business gets green light in Richfield
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Milwaukee Crust & Pizza Company eyes downtown Waukesha location
>>Kohl’s comparable store sales tick up 0.4 percent in 4Q
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Lawmaker aims to ban late-night budget votes Snow sculptors from across the nation compete in Wisconsin

MADISON — Both houses of the Wisconsin Legislature last year passed the state budget in the middle of the night, a practice Democratic Rep. Beth Meyers of Bayfield wants to halt. Meyers is circulating a bill to amend Assembly rules to require debate on the budget bill during "normal waking hours" when Wisconsin residents can easily observe the proceedings. Majority and minority leaders would define normal waking hours, and the bill would require the Assembly to stop until the next legislative day whenever a debate reaches the end of that time frame.

 

LAKE GENEVA — Fifteen teams of snow sculptors from 11 states have gathered in Wisconsin to compete to be named the best in the nation. The U.S. National Snow Sculpting Championship began Wednesday with judging set for Saturday morning along Geneva Lake. The Wisconsin team that won with "Arbor Amor" depicting two intertwined trees last year has split into two and are competing against each other in this competition.



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Winter thaw triggers sap run in maple country
WEST TOPSHAM, Vt. — A winter thaw in the Northeast has triggered sap to flow in maple trees, launching an early start to the syrup season for some producers in parts of New England who have already decided to tap their trees. "It's too damn early for this," said Doug Zecher of Havoc Hill Sugar House in East Dorset, Vermont, before he set out in rain and sleet to check on his sap lines earlier this week.

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'Right fit' is the sell in B10 recruiting, sideshow or not
MADISON — Urban Meyer has the cache and the national championship rings. Jim Harbaugh mixes a khakis-wearing sensibility with a sense of panache. When it comes to recruiting in the Big Ten, Ohio State's Meyer and Michigan's Harbaugh are the heavyweights.

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Instrument Selection Night
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Penguin races down the hill at Little Switzerland in Slinger
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Blair Elementary King Day music
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French Holiday Sing-Along
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Astronaut Don Thomas speaks
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Car crashes into Fox River
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Woman struck and killed at Waukesha intersection
WAUKESHA — Police say a woman was struck and killed at an intersection in Waukesha.

Official says toppled Lincoln statue should return soon
BURLINGTON — A southeastern Wisconsin city official says a statue of Abraham Lincoln that was recently toppled should be ready to go back up in the coming weeks.

US Sen. Ron Johnson likely to discuss security at town hall
MILWAUKEE — U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson is likely to discuss national security and other key issues in his campaign against Democratic challenger Russ Feingold.

Report: Great Lakes states need $80B for water, sewer fixes
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Federal regulators say nearly $80 billion is needed over the next 20 years to reduce sewage overflows and protect drinking water in the Great Lakes region.

Finance committee OKs dementia bills
MADISON — Wisconsin lawmakers moved closer Thursday to passing a bipartisan package of legislation to help people cope with Alzheimer's disease and dementia after the Legislature's budget committee signed off on the last half of the proposals.

135 private, religious schools register for voucher students
MADISON — The state Department of Public Instruction says 135 private and religious schools in Wisconsin have registered to accept voucher students.

Sun Prairie man accused in beheading to stay in institution
MADISON — A Sun Prairie man accused of decapitating his mother with a large sword will remain at a mental health institution for now.

Budget committee approves spending more on drug treatment
MADISON — The Legislature's budget committee has approved a bill that would boost funding for drug treatment programs.

Man dies 9 months after April shooting in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County medical examiner's office says a 20-year-old man has died more than nine months after he was shot on Milwaukee's north side.

DNR had 161 high-cap well applications as of December
MADISON — Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say they had more than 150 applications for high-capacity water wells pending as of December.

Walker plans to pay off debt by end of year
MADISON— Gov. Scott Walker says he plans to pay off his presidential campaign debt by the end of the year.

Judge gives jailor 30 years for having sex with inmates
MADISON — A judge has sentenced a Polk County jailor to 30 years in prison for having sex with multiple inmates.

Wisconsin firm terminates Muslim workers in prayer dispute
MILWAUKEE — A civil liberties group said Wednesday that it plans to file federal discrimination and harassment complaints after a Wisconsin manufacturer fired seven Muslim employees for violating a company break policy that doesn't provide extra time for prayer.

Bernard Schaber joins pool considering 8th District run
MADISON — Former Democratic state Rep. Penny Bernard Schaber has added her name to a growing list of possible candidates for Wisconsin's 8th Congressional District.

Assembly GOP asks AG for high-capacity well opinion
MADISON— Assembly Republicans asked Wisconsin's attorney general Tuesday for an opinion on the extent of state environmental officials' authority to regulate high-capacity water wells, a move that could resolve the debate without legislation as lawmakers rush to end their two-year session.

General Motors plans sale of former car plant in Janesville
JANESVILLE - General Motors has hired a premier commercial real estate firm to sell its former auto manufacturing plant and 250 acres in Janesville.

Wisconsin murder suspects arrested in Storm Lake, Iowa
STORM LAKE, Iowa — Two Wisconsin men are facing homicide charges after police and FBI officers arrested them in Storm Lake.

Wisconsin lawyer gets 4 years in prison in swindling case
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee area lawyer has been sentenced to four years in federal prison for stealing more than $2 million from a pair of her estate planning clients.

Teen pleads guilty to killing another teen in La Crosse
LA CROSSE — A La Crosse teenager has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting another teen last summer. Eighteen-year-old Deshawn Randall pleaded guilty Tuesday to first-degree intentional homicide.

Students take the day off as strong storm approaches
MILWAUKEE — Thousands of students across Wisconsin have the day off because travel conditions are expected to deteriorate as a strong winter storm bears down on the state.

 

 
 
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