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Milwaukee to pay $6.5M to man wrongly convicted of murder


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MILWAUKEE — The City of Milwaukee would pay $6.5 million to a man wrongly convicted of a 1995 murder, under a proposed settlement filed Tuesday. The Milwaukee city attorney filed a proposed resolution asking the Common Council to settle a federal civil rights lawsuit filed by Chaunte Ott. Ott spent 13 years in prison before DNA linked the case to a convicted serial killer.

 

Packers re-sign defensive
 linemen Letroy Guion, B.J. Raji

GREEN BAY — The Green Bay Packers are bringing back size to their defensive line. The Packers on Tuesday announced they had re-signed defensive tackles Letroy Guion and B.J. Raji. Terms of the deals were not announced. The return of Guion and Raji allows general manager Ted Thompson to presumably focus on inside linebacker and cornerback in the NFL draft.

 

Big Ten shines bright with 
Final Four in its backyard

MADISON — After Michigan State clinched a spot in the Final Four last weekend, Wisconsin's Sam Dekker wrote something on Twitter that packed as much of a punch as one of his dunks. "The Big Ten had a down year right?" Dekker asked. If anyone had that perception, it certainly isn't the case with two teams in the Final Four — which is being in Indianapolis.

 

4 UW schools offer buyouts 
to head off budget cuts
Fitting into Mequon

MADISON — Four University of Wisconsin System schools are offering employees buyouts to help absorb their shares of a $300 million system-wide cut in Gov. Scott Walker's budget. UW-Oshkosh officials announced Tuesday they would offer voluntary buyouts that would give employees who are at least 60 years old with 25 years of service 50 percent of their annual salary.

 

MEQUON - During a February meeting of Mequon’s Planning Commission, members took turns praising Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin’s plans to build a clinic in Mequon. While there is nothing to suggest that enthusiasm has cooled, some members of the commission have raised questions about whether the proposed design of the building  fits in with its neighbors.
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Daley boosts coffers in 
Wisconsin Supreme Court race
Next-generation of GMOs: Pink pineapples and purple tomatoes
MADISON — Wisconsin Supreme Court hopeful James Daley boosted his cash over the last two months but incumbent Justice Ann Walsh Bradley still held the overall money edge as their race entered its final two weeks, according to figures their campaigns released Monday.

WASHINGTON — Cancer-fighting pink pineapples, heart-healthy purple tomatoes and less fatty vegetable oils may someday be on grocery shelves alongside more traditional products. These genetically engineered foods could receive government approval in the coming years, following the OK given recently given to apples that don't brown and potatoes that don't bruise.

 



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States increasing production caps for microbreweries
PHOENIX — Four Peaks Brewing Co. has grown over the last two decades from a historic red-brick microbrewery and restaurant into an Arizona staple that served nearly 1 million gallons of beer last year, including its popular Kilt Lifter ale.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Florida State's Winston shows off for NFL coaches, GMs
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Jameis Winston dodged brooms and blocking pads. He threw over outstretched arms and tennis rackets. He completed passes from the pocket and on the run. Even when it was time for a brief break during Florida State's pro day Tuesday, Winston grabbed the water bottles and served his teammates.

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de Waart Conducts RachmaninoffDe Waart conducts Rachmaninoff
The music of Rachmaninoff has touched the heart for generations. Edo de Waart conducts the Russian master’s late, luxuriant Symphonic Dances. Plus, Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg returns for the moving First Violin Concerto of Shostakovich. 

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Shamrock Shuffle in Hartford 03-14-15
Posted 03-18-15


100th WIAA State Basketball Tournament 
Posted 03-18-15


Waukesha North vs. New Berlin Eisenhower 03-06-15
Posted 03-18-15


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The Good Lovelies Master Class CPAC
Posted 03-31-2015


Cedarburg Easter egg hunt
Posted 03-31-2015


Lt. Governor Rebecca Kleefisch talks about the budget
Posted 03-31-2015

 


Trinity Irish Dance at
Meadowbrook School
Posted 03-18-2015

Town of Erin St. Patrick's Day Parade
Posted 03-17-2015

 

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More Wisconsin grads take AP exams
MADISON — State education officials say more Wisconsin high school graduates are taking Advanced Placement exams and earning scores high enough for college credit.

Milwaukee police identify suspect in fatal shooting at party
MILWAUKEE — An 18-year-old Milwaukee man has been identified as a suspect in a fatal shooting at a house party.

Charge dropped for Wisconsin woman who left gun in bathroom
WAUKESHA — A 67-year-old Oconomowoc woman has been cleared of criminal charges for the second time after leaving her loaded handgun in a Brookfield church last year.

Wildlife experts say bill could be lethal for deer
MADISON — Republican lawmakers say they hope to put an end date on deer-feeding bans that have kept some Wisconsin residents from the pastime, but a wildlife expert warns the practice could harm the animals.

Wisconsin trooper who died in the line of duty buried
KIEL — The young trooper killed in a confrontation with a bank robbery suspect in Fond du Lac has been laid to rest.

Supreme Court won't hear pastor's appeal of abuse conviction
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has turned away an appeal from a Wisconsin pastor convicted of conspiracy to commit child abuse for advocating the use of wooden rods to spank children.

Police declare South Milwaukee shooting death a homicide
SOUTH MILWAUKEE — Authorities have declared the shooting death of a 68-year-old South Milwaukee woman as a homicide.

Study: Inflated pay rates on public projects cost $200M
MADISON — A study from the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance says the state's mandated inflated pay rates on public projects cost taxpayers more than $200 million in 2014.

More than 330 chinchillas seized from Waukesha home
WAUKESHA — More than 300 chinchillas have been removed from a southeast Wisconsin home deem uninhabitable by authorities.

American regional English Dictionary running low on money
MADISON — A Wisconsin project that shows regional differences in how Americans use the English language is running low on money.

Man, 18, charged in deaths of 2 teens in Milwaukee crash
MILWAUKEE — An 18-year-old Milwaukee man is charged in the deaths of two teenagers killed when authorities say he crashed a stolen car into another vehicle.

Interstate 90 near Janesville reopens after chemical spill
JANESVILLE - Interstate 90 near Janesville is open once again after a chemical spill shut down the freeway for much of the day Friday.

Judge to review suspect statements to police before trial
LE MARS, Iowa - A judge will review video and a transcript of a homicide suspect's interview with investigators to determine if his statements can be used as evidence at his upcoming trial.

Authorities detonate package at Kenosha Planned Parenthood
KENOSHA - Authorities say they safely detonated a suspicious package that was found outside a Planned Parenthood clinic in Kenosha.

Father, baby killed when pickup rear-ends horse-drawn buggy
COLBURN - Authorities say a 21-year-old father and his 6-month-old child were killed when a pickup truck read-ended their horse-drawn buggy in western Wisconsin.

Funeral Friday for Wis. Marine killed in training exercise
PORT WASHINGTON - A U.S. Marine killed when a military helicopter crashed during a Florida training mission will eulogized in Port Washington.

Man detained in Puerto Rico Ironman shooting that wounded 2
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Authorities in Puerto Rico have detained a man suspected of participating in a drive-by shooting that wounded two competitors in an Ironman triathlon.

Sheboygan man sentenced in fatal overdose
SHEBOYGAN - A Sheboygan man has been sentenced to four years in prison for selling heroin that resulted in an overdose death.

Wisconsin agencies administered $12.1 billion in federal aid
MADISON - A new state audit shows Wisconsin state agencies administered $12.1 billion in federal dollars during fiscal year 2013-14.

 

 
 
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