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August 25, 2016

 
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WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton is warning that the Republican Party is being taken over by "a radical fringe," motivated by "prejudice and paranoia." Clinton's comments, released as excerpts ahead of her speech in Reno, Nevada Thursday, targeted Donald Trump. She said he "built his campaign on prejudice and paranoia," which is "taking hate groups mainstream."

Braun hits 2 homers, Brewers beat Rockies for 4th win in row

MILWAUKEE — Ryan Braun hit two home runs and the Milwaukee Brewers tied a season high with their fourth straight win, beating the Colorado Rockies 7-1 Wednesday. Braun hit a solo drive off Tyler Anderson in the fourth inning. He connected for his 24th homer, a two-run drive, off Chad Qualls during a four-run seventh. The Brewers posted their first three-game sweep over Colorado at Miller Park since 2011.
Postscript: After US sentence, Sharper goes to state court

NEW ORLEANS — A week after he was sentenced to more than 18 years in prison in federal court, disgraced ex-football star Darren Sharper is set for formal sentencing in state court to charges that he drugged and raped multiple women. Thursday's sentencing for the former NFL player is set for Judge Karen Herman's courtroom in New Orleans.

Wisconsin superintendent says ACT scores starting point Plan Commission puts apartment plan on hold
MADISON — Wisconsin's state superintendent described a drop in ACT college preparatory test results released Wednesday as a "solid starting place," given that they represent the first year that all public high school seniors took the exam. Still, the latest results will likely pose a conundrum for Gov. Scott Walker, who has frequently pointed to the state's historically high ACT scores as proof that education is strong under his leadership.

WAUKESHA - It’s back to the drawing board, for now, with plans to add a 64-unit apartment complex to the heart of downtown. The Plan Commission voted unanimously, 5-0, on Wednesday to hold over the building’s preliminary site plan for a future meeting when requests for architectural adjustments are met.
>>City hopes to fill empty storefronts
>>Oconomowoc could land Great Harvest Bread franchise
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DWD: Unemployment rates decreased throughout Wisconsin last month
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More questions as officials discuss Hartford reliever route
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Summit commission wants more info on subdivision
>>More local business news

Welcome to the Trump-Clinton conspiracy election Italy toll rises to 247 as anguish mounts over quake past

LOS ANGELES — It's a conspiracy: The 2016 campaign features one candidate who warned against the "vast right-wing conspiracy" and another who was a leader of the so-called "birther" movement. Donald Trump and his surrogates hint at a mysterious "illness" afflicting rival Hillary Clinton. Pushing back, Clinton warns of murky ties between Trump and the Russian government, insinuating that her Republican opponent may be a puppet of Russian President Vladimir Putin.

AMATRICE, Italy — Rescue crews raced against time Thursday looking for survivors from the earthquake that leveled three towns in central Italy, but the death toll rose to 247 and Italy once again anguished over trying to secure its medieval communities built on seismic lands. Dawn broke over the rolling hills of central Lazio and Le Marche regions after a night of uninterrupted search efforts.



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Coal towns hit by layoffs to get job grants from US gov't
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Communities in nine U.S. states that have been hard-hit by coal layoffs are being promised more than 3,000 jobs in several industries through a multimillion-dollar federal grant. Officials for the Appalachian Regional Commission and other agencies announced the 29 projects totaling nearly $39 million Wednesday at a news conference in Huntington, West Virginia.

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Olympic triathlon champ Jorgensen to run 1st marathon in NYC
NEW YORK — Olympic triathlon gold medalist Gwen Jorgensen will run her first marathon in November in New York. On Saturday, the 30-year-old Jorgensen became the first American to win the Olympic triathlon title when she crossed the finish line first in Rio de Janeiro. Four days later, she announced that she'll run the New York City Marathon on Nov. 6.

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http://www.marcuscenter.org/images/show-images/milwaukee-fringe-festival/milwaukee-fringe-festival-show-detail-1.jpgMilwaukee Fringe Festival
On August 27th and 28th, MKE Fringe will take place in downtown Milwaukee. Following the rich tradition of Fringe Festivals, the Milwaukee Fringe Festival is a showcase of a diverse collection of artists that call Milwaukee home. From theatrical actors to painters, musicians to tap dancers, performance artists to playwrights, MKE Fringe is a joyous celebration of what makes Milwaukee’s culture vibrant and extraordinary.

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Homestead High School football 4-team scrimmage 08-12-16
Posted 08-19-16


2016 Ozaukee County Fair Opening night 08-04-16
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Donald Trump campaign rally in West Bend
Posted 08-17-16


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Matt Roberts' father addresses crowd at concert after his son's death in West Bend, WI
Posted 08-22-16


Elmbrook holds mass baptism
Posted 08-01-16


Washington County Fair 2016 Day 1
Posted 07-27-16


'We Love Our Law Enforcement' in West Bend
Posted 07-23-16

Dirty Ninja mud run
Posted 07-16-2016

Kids fish with cops
Posted 07-13-2016
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Driver killed during Manitowoc Speedway race
MANITOWOC — A race car driver has died in a crash at the Manitowoc Speedway. Police say the fatal accident happened Wednesday night during an Eastern Wisconsin Stock Cars race at the Manitowoc County Fair.

Green Beret killed in Afghanistan from Milwaukee area
BROOKFIELD — The Green Beret who was killed by an explosive in Afghanistan this week was raised in the Milwaukee area.

Unemployment drops in most Wisconsin cities, counties
MADISON — Unemployment fell in most of Wisconsin's largest cities and counties last month. New data the state Department of Workforce Development released Wednesday shows unemployment dropped in 30 of the state's 32 largest cities from June to July.

Flooding hampering travel in southwestern Wisconsin
LA CROSSE — Southwestern Wisconsin residents are dealing with flooding, mudslides and blocked roads. The National Weather Service issued a flood warning Wednesday morning for Richmond and Crawford counties.

Medical examiner: 2-year-old dies after fall from window
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office says a 2-year-old has died after falling from a window at a Milwaukee home.

Wisconsin ACT scores drop below national average
MADISON — Wisconsin's average score on the ACT college entrance exam dropped below the national average in the first year that all graduating seniors took the test.

New teacher licenses rules go into effect
MADISON — New state regulations designed to retain teachers are going into effect. The package was published Tuesday.

Recordings of tiger sounds aim to help save wild population
MILWAUKEE  — Tigers use a grunt-like snort called chuffing as a greeting, short roars for intimidation and long roars to find mates.

Wisconsin AG drops early voting fight
MADISON — Milwaukee and Madison apparently will be able to start early voting next month. Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel is dropping an attempt to block the state's largest cities from staring early voting in September for the Nov. 8 election. 

Wrestling coach files wrongful termination lawsuit
WHITEWATER — A former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater wrestling coach is suing the athletic director and former chancellor for wrongful termination and defamation.

Police arrest 2nd suspect in April Green Bay homicide
GREEN BAY - Police have arrested a second suspect in a Green Bay homicide after a 4½-month manhunt.

EPA finalizing plans to supply water in Kewaunee County
MILWAUKEE - The Environmental Protection Agency says it's finalizing a plan to supply water to some residents of Kewaunee County of northeastern Wisconsin, where manure from large dairy farms is being blamed for contaminated wells.

Wisconsin woman convicted of hiding boyfriend's corpse
ELLSWORTH - A Wisconsin woman has been convicted of hiding her boyfriend's corpse, but the jury could not agree on whether she was guilty of homicide for killing him.

1 dead in police shooting in New London
NEW LONDON - Police in New London say one person has died in an officer-involved shooting.

Reporter sues lawmaker over electronic records
MADISON - A reporter has filed a lawsuit demanding a state lawmaker turn over more than 1,000 pages of records in an electronic format.

Walker talks public safety with Milwaukee authorities
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker is meeting with Milwaukee authorities to discuss public safety issues.

Man fatally shot outside Milwaukee police station
MILWAUKEE  — Milwaukee police say a confrontation between three men outside a south side precinct station ended with fatal gunfire.

92 cats, dead and alive, taken from Wisconsin home
MONROE — Authorities have removed dozens of dead cats from the freezer of a home in southern Wisconsin. Police confiscated 50 live cats from the residence in Monroe earlier this week.

Scott Walker to help fundraise for Ed Gillespie
RICHMOND, Va. — Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is set to help raise money for Virginia GOP gubernatorial hopeful Ed Gillespie.

 

 
 
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