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MADISON - Army officials have quietly ordered an investigation into allegations that leaders of an Illinois-based reserve unit mishandled sexual assault complaints and retaliated against a whistleblower, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. Illinois Sens. Dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth sent a letter to Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Jan. 15 requesting an investigation.
Antetokounmpo scores 30 points, Bucks beat Hornets in Paris
PARIS — Giannis Antetokounmpo had 30 points and 12 rebounds and the NBA-leading Milwaukee Bucks beat the Charlotte Hornets 116-103 on Friday night in the first NBA regular-season game in France. Milwaukee improved to 40-6 with its eighth straight victory. The Bucks have the best 46-game start in franchise history. They were 39-7 in 1970-71 when they went on to win the NBA championship.
Baldwin's flurry leads No. 13 
Butler past Marquette in OT
INDIANAPOLIS - When No. 13 Butler needed scoring punch Friday night, Kamar Baldwin came up with a flurry. He delivered the knockout punch, too. The senior guard scored the Bulldogs' final nine points of regulation, erasing a six-point deficit in the final 2 1/2 minutes, then added 10 more in overtime as Butler rallied for a remarkable 89-85 victory over Marquette. "We just hang together like we're going to get the job done, just encourage one another to fight through it," Baldwin said.
Snowplow kills 2 walking 
along highway in Kansas
Family destroys Lake Michigan 
home before nature gets it
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A snowplow struck and killed two pedestrians in Kansas before sunrise Friday after a winter storm coated parts of the Midwest with snow. The collision involving a Riley County plow truck happened shortly after 5 a.m., after the National Weather Service issued winter weather advisories across parts of Kansas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin and a large swath of Missouri. GANGES TOWNSHIP, Mich. - The owners of a home along Lake Michigan decided to demolish it before nature did the job in western Michigan.
Relentless waves and high water have scoured the lakeshore, destroying or threatening properties that have been in families for generations. Helen Curtis-Foster and family members decided to bring their house down in Allegan County's Ganges Township.
Ex-high school mascot wants 
end to American Indian mascots
Milton girl's cards cheer those hospitalized over holidays 

WAUSAU - Richie Plass was 16 when he became his high school's mascot. The school principal approached him about it, along with the basketball coach and the athletic director. The Shawano Community High School mascot at the time was the Indians. Plass is Menominee and Stockbridge/Munsee, and grew up on the Menominee Indian Reservation. He was one of maybe 15 Native Americans in the school, and the principal knew he could dance.

JANESVILLE - Ava Wawroski is a busy 11-year-old. She plays piano (her favorite song is Queen's operatic rock ballad "Bohemian Rhapsody.") She has her own business. She has seven pets — three lizards, a cat and three dogs — and she once ordered a pet cockroach on Amazon. But right after Halloween every year, Ava carves out time to start making Christmas cards for people who spend the holiday season in the hospital.


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Stocks fall as fears about deadly virus grow; Dow drops 170
Health care companies led a broad slide in U.S. stocks Friday as increased fears over the spread of a deadly outbreak of coronavirus rattled markets. The S&P 500 had its worst day since early October and snapped a two-week winning streak. The sell-off followed news that a Chicago woman has become the second U.S. patient diagnosed with the new virus from China. Health authorities worldwide have been taking measures to try to contain and monitor the coronavirus outbreak. 

TODAY IN SPORTS
NFL at 100: Afterthought as it is, Pro Bowl has rich history
With James Lofton's rookie season off to a strong start in 1978, another member of the Green Bay Packers casually tossed some praise his way in the locker room one day in early December. Keep up the production, his pal said, and he might find himself in the Pro Bowl. "I said, 'That would be great.' Then I had to ask another teammate, 'What's the Pro Bowl?'" Lofton recalled this week with a laugh. 

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MOWA 2020 Wisconsin Artists Biennial Opening Party
Calling all art enthusiasts! View a juried selection of 42 works by 39 contemporary artists. This Saturday, experience various works of art at MOWA in West Bend.


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Opening Day at Miller Park 03-28-19
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March Photos of the Month 
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2019 Spring Election 04-02-19
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Relighting of West Bend Theatre Sign
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Opening Day: Wilsons
Posted 03-29-2019


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Man accused of killed girlfriend's disabled daughter
WISCONSIN RAPIDS — A central Wisconsin man has been arrested in the death of his girlfriend's disabled adult daughter.

Dairyland to close coal-fired Genoa plant, lay off 80
LA CROSSE — Dairyland Power Cooperative plans to close its coal-fired station in Genoa by the end of 2021.

Over 100 state lawmakers accused of misconduct in 3 years
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — State lawmakers across the U.S. have reached a troubling milestone for allegations of sexual misconduct, even as they have taken significant steps to try to prevent and investigate such behavior.  

Wisconsin tax collections up $818 million above projections
MADISON — Wisconsin tax collections are expected to come in more than $818 million above projections made last summer, an increase reported Thursday that will fuel the push to make an election year tax cut.  

Sheriff: Man fatally shot by police linked to other crimes
FOX CROSSING — A man who died after being shot by police in Fox Crossing was linked to other crimes in northeastern Wisconsin, authorities said Wednesday.

Wisconsin lawmaker accuses Kaul of bullying to pass kit bill
MADISON — The Republican chairman of the Assembly's health committee accused Wisconsin's Democratic attorney general Thursday of trying to bully him into passing a bipartisan bill designed to prevent backlogs of untested sexual assault evidence kits. 

Evers calls lawmakers into special session on dairy crisis
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers on Thursday called the Republican-controlled Legislature into a special session beginning next week to consider an $8.5 million package of bills designed to help rural Wisconsin in the face of a crisis that's caused a loss of one-third of the state's dairy farms since 2011.

Evers signs bills designed to fight Lyme disease
MADISON — Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday signed into law a pair of bills designed to combat the spread of Lyme disease by warning visitors to state parks and other outdoor properties about the risks and making insect repellent available to buy in state parks and trails.

Wisconsin man caught with loaded gun at Milwaukee airport
MILWAUKEE — The Transportation Security Administration said officials stopped a Wisconsin man with a loaded gun Tuesday while going through a checkpoint at Mitchell International Airport.

DNR: Total 2019 Wisconsin deer kill down 14%
MADISON — Hunters in Wisconsin killed nearly 50,000 fewer deer last year than in 2018, according to a report state Department of Natural Resources officials planned to submit to their board Tuesday.

Wisconsin man injured while trying to help driver on highway
MILWAUKEE — A car struck a man who stopped to help a motorist whose vehicle was pulled aside on a distress lane on a Milwaukee interstate, the sheriff's office said.

Man arrested in death of 78-year-old man in Wisconsin
COLFAX — Authorities have arrested a man in the beating death of a 78-year-old man in western Wisconsin, the Dunn County Sheriff's Office said Friday.

Wisconsin Senate to vote on 1 of 8 homelessness bills
MADISON  — The Wisconsin Senate plans to pass one of eight bills designed to fight homelessness in Wisconsin, a bipartisan package that has run into trouble among some conservative senators concerned about the cost.

Student shot during attack on school officer to face trial
OSHKOSH — A Wisconsin teenager who was shot and wounded when he stabbed a school resource officer has been ordered to stand trial.

Medical examiner: Wisconsin death was homicide, not hit-run
TOWN OF BLUE MOUNDS — Authorities in southern Wisconsin said Thursday that what they first believed was a hit-and-run death actually was a homicide.

Man sentenced for buying 'new school shooter' gun for boy
MADISON — A federal judge sentenced an Oshkosh man to a month behind bars for buying a rifle for a boy who boasted online that the weapon was a “new school shooter gun.”

37 charged in Puerto Rico to Wisconsin drug smuggling case
MILWAUKEE — Federal prosecutors have charged 37 people accused of sending cocaine and other drugs from Puerto Rico to Wisconsin and elsewhere in the country using the U.S. Postal Service, authorities said Thursday.

Former UW-Oshkosh administrators fined in misconduct case
OSHKOSH — Two former administrators of the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh pleaded guilty Wednesday to felony misconduct in connection with a financial scandal involving five building projects.

Ex-Indiana college president charged in Wis. sex sting
STURGEON BAY — The fired president of Franklin College in Indiana was charged Wednesday with three felonies after police in Wisconsin say he contacted someone he thought was a teenage boy on a dating app but was actually an undercover officer.

State to close assisted living center at veterans home
MADISON — State military officials announced Wednesday that they'll close an assisted living facility for veterans in southeastern Wisconsin this spring.

Nevada, other states part of $200K PayPal charity settlement
RENO, Nev. — The attorneys general of Nevada and 20 other states have reached a $200,000 agreement with PayPal Charitable Giving Fund Inc. to settle complaints over its handling of charitable contributions through the company's online fundraising platform.

Two Rivers officer cleared in fatal shooting
TWO RIVERS — A Two Rivers police officer was justified in using deadly force when he fatally shot a man during a traffic stop, according to investigators.

Assembly Republicans to try to override nurse training veto
MADISON — Assembly Republicans will try Wednesday to override Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' veto of a bill that would make it easier to become a nurse's aide in Wisconsin.

Franklin College fires president following Wisconsin arrest
STURGEON BAY — Franklin College in Indiana has fired its president after he was arrested in Wisconsin on suspicion of using a computer to facilitate a sex crime and attempted child enticement, the school said Monday.

Oshkosh father found guilty of causing infant son's death
OSHKOSH — An Oshkosh father has been convicted of causing his infant son's death.

Public Service Commission member Huebsch resigns
MADISON — Wisconsin Public Service Commission member Mike Huebsch, a former speaker of the state Assembly, announced Monday he was resigning next month and would not finish off his term that runs for another year.

Wisconsin school counselor accused of hidden bathroom taping
GREEN BAY — A Green Bay high school counselor was charged Monday with secretly videotaping 15 people in a school bathroom, including one student.

Elk found dead from eating corn in northern Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE - Authorities say an elk was found dead in northern Wisconsin after it ate corn put out by a landowner in a misguided attempt to help wildlife. 

Wisconsin child dies of flu; hundreds hospitalized in state
MADISON - A child in Wisconsin has died from influenza, marking the state's first pediatric flu-related death of the season, health officials said Friday. 

 

 
 
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