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March 2, 2015

 
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WASHINGTON — Gov. Scott Walker once envisioned a world where the 11 million immigrants living in the country illegally could embark on a path to citizenship. But now the Wisconsin Republican calls that position "amnesty" and says his view has changed.
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Advocates: Walker's budget could hurt programs for disabled

 

Kaminsky, No. 5 Wisconsin 
beat Michigan State 68-61
MADISON — Bo Ryan posed a playful question after the game while glancing at the box score. "Who's that Kaminsky guy?" the Wisconsin coach asked. That would be Frank Kaminsky, the athletic senior who had the best night of his impressive season in his last home game with the fifth-ranked Badgers.
No. 25 Providence cruises
 past Marquette 77-66
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — LaDontae Henton's experience paid off for the Providence Friars on Sunday. The senior had 25 points and 15 rebounds in a 77-66 win over Marquette. "He was a possessed man today, and I mean that in a very professional way," Friars coach Ed Cooley said. "He showed that urgency and willed us, especially when things were getting tight."
Lake Superior ice caves
 prove popular again
Madison diocese seeks 
$30M to fund priest training

BAYFIELD — The ice caves in northwestern Wisconsin are proving very popular again this year.  According to the National Park Service, the caves on Lake Superior near the Apostle Islands opened Saturday and attracted more than 7,000 people.

 

MADISON — Faced with a surging number of seminarians, the Madison Catholic Diocese is turning to its parishioners to help fund the training of priests. The diocese has seen its priests-in-training soar from six in 2003 to the current 33. To educate current and future seminarians, the Madison diocese says it needs $30 million.

 

New wheels give manual 
wheelchair users new way to move
Westby couple trades 
in Twin Cities life for farming

FITCHBURG — Take a Madison entrepreneur, put him in a situation outside his comfort zone, and just watch him figure out a novel way to approach it. That's what led to the creation of Rowheels, a Fitchburg company rolling out its invention: Rev1, a new type of wheels for manually operated wheelchairs.

 

WESTBY — Aaron and Andrea Kane weren't raised on farms — and they started out with more citified occupations — but their family now is as rooted in the land as the produce on their organic farm. Explaining the metamorphosis from urbanites in the Twin Cities area to homesteaders near Westby four years ago, the 37-year-old Aaron said: "We spent much of our time in nature, in state and national parks, and we kept finding ourselves going to rural areas."

 



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Construction picks back up, but it's a different gig now
ORLANDO, Fla. — As Florida's housing market tanked seven years ago, construction worker David Rager saw jobs dry up. So he left construction, along with 2.3 million others nationwide during the economic downturn, and got a job installing traffic signals and street lights.

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Heat say Bosh has been released from hospital
MIAMI - Chris Bosh's first step toward recovery is complete. He's home. The Miami Heat forward has been discharged from a South Florida hospital where he was treated for blood clots on one of his lungs. Bosh was hospitalized for just over a week and will still be monitored closely, but simply being released is a major step on his road back to health.

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7th Annual Texas Hold'em Poker Tournament for MS
The 7th Annual Poker Tournament to benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society takes place at the Washington County Fair Park & Conference Center in the Ziegler Family Expo Center today.  Doors open at 10 a.m. with registration between 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Dealing begins at noon. You can reserve your player seat with a $50 donation. The event will feature silent auctions, raffles, family friendly games and a MS rummage sale.

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Man facing 2 felony charges in Milwaukee gas station beating
MILWAUKEE — A 21-year-old man is facing felony charges in the beating of two clerks at a Milwaukee gas station.

Blood donations dropping along with temperatures
MINNEAPOLIS — The call is going out for blood donors in Minnesota and Wisconsin. 

Brookfield man dies at Zoo Interchange construction site
MILWAUKEE - A man has died after a construction accident at the site of the Zoo Interchange project in Milwaukee.

Wisconsin man arrested after standoff on I-94 in Indiana
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind. - Indiana State Police say a man from Wisconsin wanted after allegedly firing shots inside an Illinois store was arrested following a standoff on Interstate 94.

Tribes from around US gather to discuss legal marijuana
TULALIP, Wash. - The Justice Department's announcement in December that it would allow the nation's Indian tribes to legalize and regulate marijuana on their reservations brought notes of caution - if not silence or opposition - from many tribes.

Wausau man gets 25 years in fatal baseball-bat beating
WAUSAU - A Marathon County judge has sentenced Warren Krohn to 25 years in prison in the 2012 beating death of popular Wausau bowler Kerby Kniess.

Federal judge slashes jury award in illegal-search lawsuit
MILWAUKEE - A federal judge has slashed a jury's award from over $500,000 to just $60,000 in an illegal-search lawsuit against the Milwaukee Police Department.

Former Dane County deputy pleads insanity in deaths of 2
MADISON - A former Dane County sheriff's deputy has pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the killings of his wife and sister-in-law.

2 states, US appealing judge's ruling on Great Lakes wolves
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - The Obama administration and two states have given notice of plans to appeal a federal judge's order that restored legal protection to gray wolves in the western Great Lakes region.

Authorities arrest suspect in 2012 killing 
of Howard man

GREEN BAY - Authorities have arrested a suspect in the 2012 killing of a Howard man who was found shot to death in his basement.

Man in 60s dies in Cudahy house fire
CUDAHY — Officials say a house fire in Cudahy has left one man dead. WITI-TV reports the victim is a man in his 60s. His name has not been released.

Driver charged in Milwaukee crash that killed couple
MILWAUKEE — A teenager accused of driving a stolen SUV in a hit-and-run crash that killed a Milwaukee couple is charged with five felonies.

Pepin County farmers deny raw milk made football team ill
DURAND — Pepin County dairy farmers who had their sales permit suspended are denying allegations that their milk made students and coaches sick at a high school football team potluck.

US House approves bill to step up fight against toxic algae
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — Members of Congress have called for more aggressive federal action to prevent toxic algae from contaminating the Great Lakes and other waterways around the nation, such as an outbreak on Lake Erie last summer that left more than 400,000 people without safe tap water for two days.

Farrow introduces bill to delay reporting school tests
MADISON — Results of tests given to Wisconsin public school students this year would not be used on the state's report cards and teacher evaluations would be delayed a year under a bill that's been put forward in the Senate.

Wisconsin DNR board approves county deer population goals
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources' board has approved county advisory councils' local deer population goals.

Advocates urge Congress not to cut Great Lakes funding
Advocates for the Great Lakes are meeting in Washington, D.C., this week to push for continued funding of cleanup programs and discuss water quality issues such as algae blooms and oil transportation.

Third suspect arrested in Waukesha gas station killing
MILWAUKEE — A third suspect has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a clerk during an armed robbery at a Waukesha gas station.

Man, 18, shot by Milwaukee officer was pointing replica gun
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say an 18-year-old man had pointed a replica gun at a police officer when the officer shot and wounded him last weekend.

 

 
 
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