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March 6, 2015

 
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Wisconsin Assembly sends right-to-work bill to Gov. Walker


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MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin lawmakers voted Friday to make their state the 25th to enact right-to-work legislation, pushing a fast-tracked bill through the Assembly after an overnight debate and sending it on to Gov. Scott Walker for his promised signature. The Republican governor, a likely 2016 presidential candidate who rose to national prominence by taking on public-sector unions four years ago, plans to sign it Monday.
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Protesters gather at Walker's office opposing right to work
No. 6 Wisconsin wins Big 10
 title by beating Minnesota 76-63

MINNEAPOLIS — Wisconsin wasn't about to let up after clinching at least a tie for the Big Ten title last weekend. The Badgers had plenty of red-clad support with them on the road for inspiration. There was a certain 7-footer with all kinds of skills who helped a lot, too.

 

Brewers' Lohse, Angels' Santiago sharp in 1st spring outings

TEMPE, Ariz. — Milwaukee ace Kyle Lohse and Los Angeles rotation hopeful Hector Santiago both had solid spring training debuts in the Angels' 3-2 victory over the Brewers on Thursday. Lohse, 13-9 with a 3.54 ERA last season, allowed one hit and one run with three strikeouts in 2 1-3 innings.

 

Regents air grievances over
 Walker budget proposals
Walker spokeswoman 
blasts Clinton over emails

MADISON — Regents and chancellors in the University of Wisconsin System vowed Thursday to push back against Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget cuts to higher education. The regents spent hours discussing how to respond to state lawmakers about Walker's proposal to cut the system's funding by $300 million in the next two years, the Wisconsin State Journal reported.

 

MADISON — Likely presidential candidate Scott Walker's spokeswoman blasted Democrat Hillary Clinton on Thursday for using a personal email account during the four years she was secretary of state — even though the Wisconsin governor did something similar when he was Milwaukee County executive.
Report: Many Wisconsin drivers ignore license suspensions 'Upward pressure on wages'

APPLETON — A local media investigation has found thousands of Wisconsin motorists continue driving despite license revocations and suspensions. There were more than 114,000 convictions last year for operating while suspended, operating without a valid license or operating after revocation.

 

WAUKESHA - In February, giant box store Walmart announced it was increasing wages for 40 percent of its 1.3 million U.S. employees during the next six months, but it’s not only the large, national company that is feeling pressure to increase wages.
>>Panda may be up, running by August

>>Business owners: Parking needs to be addressed
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3 reasons Apple's watch will - or won't - change the game
SAN FRANCISCO — No one can argue that many Apple devices have changed the way people live their lives. The company's iTunes, iPhone and iPad have shaken up music, phone and computer markets worldwide. Is the Apple Watch going to be able to do the same?

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Quarterbacks, coaches, coordinators dominate spring stories
In college football, spring comes early. Or at least spring practice comes early. Practice has already started for many teams around the country and will ramp up just about everywhere else throughout March.

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The popular Emmy® Award nominated PBS KIDS series Dinosaur Train will come to life on the Pabst Theater stage with Dinosaur Train – Live! Buddy’s Big Adventure! Buddy the dinosaur’s world will be created for this live “pre-hysterical” experience, as only the Jim Henson Company can.

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Police fatally shoot man holding knife on estranged wife
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police have shot and killed a man who was holding a knife on his estranged wife

Tribes representative says he won't support Wisconsin mining
MADISON — A representative of Wisconsin's Native American tribes says the state's tribes will not support iron mining projects.

Wisconsin unemployment rate drops to 5 percent
MADISON — Wisconsin's unemployment rate has dropped to 5 percent, its lowest point since before the recession.

Senate panel advances ban on plastic beads polluting lakes
INDIANAPOLIS — Indiana moved closer Thursday to banning a key exfoliant in cosmetic products, a crusade gaining traction nationwide to protect water resources from plastic pollution.

9 claims dismissed in Milwaukee archdiocese bankruptcy
MILWAUKEE  — A federal judge has dismissed nine sexual abuse claims challenged by church leaders in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee bankruptcy case, eliminating the largest group of claims to date among more than 500 filed in the four-year long litigation.

Elections board officials say cuts could hurt audit changes
MADISON — Leaders at Wisconsin's elections board say plans to make changes after a critical state audit could be hampered by cuts in Gov. Scott Walker's proposed budget.

St. Francis middle schoolers create prosthetic hand for girl
ST. FRANCIS — Middle school students in St. Francis have created a prosthetic hand for a 6-year-old California girl using a 3-D printer.

Milwaukee lawyer gets house arrest for role in arson fraud
MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee lawyer has been sentenced to house arrest for helping a client collect $325,000 in an arson fraud.

3 escape Racine house fire that caused extensive damage
RACINE — Three people escaped safely from a fire in Racine that caused extensive damage to a multi-family home.

Charges: Woman was on social media before fatal crash
ELLSWORTH — A western Wisconsin woman is accused of chatting on Facebook before a crash that killed three children, including her daughter and two nieces, in December 2013.

Wisconsin court considers closing John Doe arguments
MADISON — The state Supreme Court is considering shutting the public out of oral arguments into three cases involving Gov. Scott Walker.

Lawmakers propose waiving 1 day rest in 7 rule
MADISON — A pair of Republican state lawmakers is working to allow factory and mercantile workers to voluntarily work seven consecutive days without a 24-hour rest period.

Democrat questions paying Walker guards on political trips
MADISON — A Democratic state senator says taxpayers shouldn't have to foot the bill for Republican Gov. Scott Walker's State Patrol bodyguards on trips to address conservative powerbrokers.

Wisconsin budget committee plans regional hearings
MADISON — The Legislature's finance committee will hold four regional public hearings for later this month to take comments on Gov. Scott Walker's 2015-17 budget proposal.

Second teen facing charges in hit-and-run crash in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — A second teenager has been charged in a hit-and-run crash that killed a Milwaukee couple. The 17-year-old was charged Monday with operating a vehicle without the owner's consent as a passenger.

Wisconsin Assembly committee to vote on right-to-work bill
MADISON — The Wisconsin state Assembly's Labor Committee is meeting to consider changes to the right-to-work bill, although it's nearly certain that none will be adopted.

Supreme Court upholds conviction in ice pick slaying
MADISON — The evidence against a Milwaukee man convicted of killing his girlfriend with an ice pick was overwhelming, the Wisconsin Supreme Court said Tuesday, rejecting his argument that he deserves a new trial because he wasn't allowed to testify.

 

 
 
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