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Walker concerned about 
cost of housing children
Police chief pleads 
no contest in tea party flap

DEERFIELD - Gov. Scott Walker said Friday that he is not entirely opposed to Wisconsin providing temporary shelter for unaccompanied children coming across the Mexican border, but he is concerned they would linger in the U.S. and eventually "drain the entire system."

LA CROSSE - A police chief in Wisconsin pleaded no contest Friday to a charge that he signed a local tea party leader up on gay dating, pornography and federal health care websites. Prosecutors charged Town of Campbell Police Chief Tim Kelemen earlier this month with one misdemeanor count of unlawful use of a computerized communication system.
Duda's HR leads Mets 
over
Brewers, 3-2
McCarthy changing things 
up for Packers camp
MILWAUKEE — Lucas Duda hit a two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning to lead the New York Mets to a 3-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night. The Mets trailed 3-0 entering the ninth inning, but Daniel Murphy led off with a double off closer Francisco Rodriguez (4-4), who blew his fourth save of the season. David Wright followed with an RBI single. GREEN BAY - Going into his ninth year coaching the Packers, Mike McCarthy isn't averse to changing things up. After two injury-filled seasons, an alteration is coming to how Green Bay prepares for games. The practice schedule is changing, with players getting an off day, then running through practice the day before a game. That's the reverse of how things were done last season.

 

Wisconsin man builds houses 
for thousands of birds
Father-son chefs prepare meals 
for seniors in home
JOHNSTOWN TOWNSHIP - Birdhouses line the half-mile driveway to Harlan Rook's rural home. If you're lucky, you might see some of the occupants flitting from trees to bushes and back again. Rook stopped counting after he built more than 100 nesting boxes to attract mostly bluebirds. This year, tree swallows, chipping sparrows and wrens took over many of the houses. Some blame it on a late spring.

 

MADISON - Like many of the best business ideas, the one behind Chefs for Seniors came from the personal experience of Barrett and Nathan Allman, the company's father-son founders from Sun Prairie. Chefs for Seniors, a first-of-its-kind grocery shopping and in-home meal preparation service exclusively for senior citizens in the Madison area, will finish its first year of serving clients in August.
Wisconsin man passes 
on art of klompen carving
Divers explore 
Lake Superior shipwrecks
SHEBOYGAN - Old age is forcing Bob Siegel to hang up his block knife and spoon auger, two of the antique tools he uses to create the iconic Dutch wooden shoes. Prior to this summer, Siegel has spent more than 40 years carving klompen (the wooden shoes) at festivals, museums, theme parks and dozens of other places all over the country.

 

 

DULUTH, Minn. - Lake Superior shipwrecks fascinate us with their haunting past. There were hundreds of vessels swallowed up by the big lake. Songs, books and movies all try to capture the mystery and intrigue, but nothing compares to seeing them with your own eyes. On a beautiful morning at the Bayfield City Marina, a news outlet met up with a group of men on a mission, ready for a trip on the Heyboy to the Apostle Islands.

 


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Alternative funds are drawing dollars, questions
NEW YORK - They're hot, yet many investors have no idea what they do. These mutual funds go by a few names, and it doesn't help that some are inscrutable like "liquid alts," but they generally fall under an umbrella known as alternative mutual funds. Managers of alternative funds pitch that they can offer smoother returns than traditional stock and bond funds because they have access to more trading tools and markets. 


TODAY IN SPORTS
Browns' Manziel: "I've made some rookie mistakes"
BEREA, Ohio - Like reading a blitz, Johnny Manziel knew the questions about his off-field wildness were coming. So the Browns quarterback struck first. "At the end of the day," Manziel said, "I've made some rookie mistakes." On the eve of Cleveland's first training camp practice, Manziel offered some regret about his well-chronicled weekend partying over the past two months.

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The Phantom of the Opera at the Marcus CenterThe Phantom of the Opera
Following an acclaimed sold-out tour of the United Kingdom, Cameron Mackintosh’s spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s phenomenal musical success, THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, will come to Milwaukee as part of a brand new North American Tour. 

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June Photos of the Month 
Posted 07-08-14


Pewaukee vs. Pius 07-01-14
Posted 07-08-14


4th of July Celebration in West Bend 07-04-14
Posted 07-08-14


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S E A Hamsters
Posted 07-25-2014


Washington County Fair
Posted 07-25-2014

 


Swampmaster Alligator Show at the Waukesha County Fair
Posted 07-21-2014

 


97th Assembly Forum
Posted 07-21-2014

Gathering On The Green, July 2014
Posted 07-18-2014

More Scenes From Gathering On The Green, July 2014
Posted 07-18-2014
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2 rescued from capsized sailboat on Lake Winnebago
FOND DU LAC - Crews have rescued two Fond du Lac residents from a capsized sailboat on Lake Winnebago.

Man dies in Wisconsin tractor accident
TOWN OF HALE - A 73-year-old man has died in a tractor accident in Trempealeau County.

Wisconsin suspects arrested after Facebook 'likes'
SUPERIOR - Wisconsin police say two home burglary suspects are in custody after they "liked" a photo of an accomplice on Facebook.

Police: Car chase suspect dealt with depression
GOODMAN - Authorities say a Green Bay man had been dealing with depression before he shot at a random car and at sheriff's deputies on a Marinette County highway.

Wisconsin parent seeks ban of 'Looking for Alaska'
WAUKESHA - A Wisconsin parent has submitted a request to ban a John Green book that features sexual content.

Wisconsin man gets 3.5 years in overdose death
RACINE - A Wisconsin man was sentenced to more than three years in prison Thursday in connection with his father's death from a drug overdose.

Caught on radar: Beer-loving bugs swarm in Midwest
MILWAUKEE - Mayflies have begun emerging from the Mississippi River in swarms that show up on radar like thunderstorms, coat roads and leave behind slimy messes. They've already been blamed for at least one car crash this week in Wisconsin.

7th Circuit sets hearing on gay marriage ban
INDIANAPOLIS - Lawyers will argue the constitutionality of gay marriage bans in Indiana and Wisconsin in about a month.

Mother held in stabbing of children
BROWN DEER - Police in a Milwaukee suburb say the suspect in the stabbing of two teens is their mother.

Wisconsin mink production up 8 percent last year
MADISON — Wisconsin continues to lead the nation in the production of mink pelts, accounting for one in three U.S. pelts last year.

Court rules against officer who caused crash
MADISON - A divided Wisconsin Supreme Court on Friday ruled against a Racine police officer who was involved in a collision with another vehicle when she drove through a red light in an emergency, saying both drivers were partially at fault.

Illinois man sentenced in death of pregnant woman
STURGEON BAY - A 37-year-old Illinois man was sentenced to two consecutive life sentences without parole for the murder of a pregnant woman and her fetus in Wisconsin.

5 years in prison for 10th OWI
STEVENS POINT - A Stevens Point man has been sentenced to five years in prison for his 10th drunken driving offense.

7th Circuit Court revives lead paint lawsuit
MILWAUKEE - A federal appeals court has revived a lead paint lawsuit in Wisconsin, which could also reactivate more than 170 other lead poisoning cases that have been on hold pending the outcome of court's decision.

Illinois woman dies rescuing boy in Wisconsin lake
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. - Friends and family are mourning the death of an Illinois woman who drowned after rescuing a 9-year-old boy in a Wisconsin lake.

Arrest made in Milwaukee shooting that hurt 2 kids
MILWAUKEE — Police have arrested a felon who got into a gunfight in Milwaukee while driving a van carrying seven children and their mother.

Wisconsin farmers set record for cranberry harvest
MADISON — Wisconsin cranberry farmers increased production by 25 percent last year to harvest a record 6 million barrels.

Pettit Center, USOC renew training site agreement
WEST ALLIS — The Pettit National Ice Center will continue to be an official U.S. Olympic training site.

 

 
 
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