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MADISON — Assembly Speaker Robin Vos called on Senate Republicans to publicly take a position on the type of changes to Wisconsin's prevailing wage law they're willing to support, saying Monday that his plan cutting eligible projects by 60 percent has the votes to pass and be signed into law.
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Coalition says rent-to-own exemptions could come in budget
Lucroy has 4 hits, 2 RBIs, helps Brewers down Phillies

PHILADELPHIA — Jonathan Lucroy had four of the Brewers' season high-tying 16 hits and drove in two runs, leading Milwaukee to a 7-4 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Monday night in a matchup of the two worst teams in baseball. Ryan Braun had three hits with a double and an RBI, and Adam Lind and Aramis Ramirez each had a pair of RBIs for the Brewers, who have won five of seven to improve to 30-48.

Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan 
to retire after next season

Bo Ryan has been the fire-breathing face of Wisconsin basketball for 14 seasons, pushing the Badgers to never-before-seen heights. After 14 NCAA Tournament appearances, seven Sweet 16s, four Big Ten titles, two Final Fours and a berth in last year's national championship game, the hard-charging 67-year-old Ryan has only one more season left in him.

 

Vos says he has votes to 
pass Bucks deal in Assembly
WHAT A COUNTRY: Orphaned Russian immigrant adopted by Germantown couple makes good

MADISON — Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he has enough votes to pass a financing plan for a $500 million Milwaukee Bucks arena that relies on $250 million from state and local taxpayers. It's unclear whether there are enough votes in the Senate. Republican legislative leaders on Monday released a draft and Legislative Fiscal Bureau analysis of the proposal.

 

HORICON — Twenty-five year-old Alex Martin has come a long way from living on the streets in Russia. Alex, now of Germantown, was homeless during his early years, roamed the streets and would steal food and whatever else he could find to survive.
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Largest Mariano’s in Chicagoland opens
>>kate spade new york to open at Mayfair
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Democrats want to remove
 marriage definition in constitution
Milwaukee County bus drivers 
vote down proposed contract

MADISON — Wisconsin Democrats on Monday called for the elimination of nullified language in the state's constitution that defines marriage as between a man and a woman. Lawmakers held a news conference to introduce the resolution after the U.S. Supreme Court decision Friday legalizing gay marriage nationwide. 

 

MILWAUKEE — Union leaders say Milwaukee County bus drivers have voted against a new contract and are willing to go on strike if a deal isn't reached. The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports the two sides are set to talk with a mediator Tuesday. Otherwise, transit union president James Macon says drivers would start their strike early Wednesday.

 



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More overtime on the way? Obama proposes broader coverage
WASHINGTON — They're called managers, and they sometimes work grueling schedules at fast food chains and retail stores. But with no overtime eligibility, their pay may be lower per hour than many workers they supervise.

TODAY IN SPORTS
Wimbledon Lookahead: Smallest group of US men since 1947
LONDON — The seven U.S. men in the Wimbledon main draw represent the country's smallest contingent since 1947, when only five played at the grass-court Grand Slam tournament.  Three are scheduled to be in first-round action Tuesday: 31st-seeded Jack Sock, 37th-ranked Sam Querrey, and 77th-ranked Tim Smyczek.

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Article ImageRotary Music Festival
The Drum Corps International Tour will return to Cedarburg, Wisconsin, on Friday, July 3, for the 2015 edition of the Rotary Music Festival. Cedarburg High School Stadium is set to play host to a lineup of World and Open Class corps during this event that will take place on the eve of Independence Day.


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Campbellsport vs. Kewaskum 06-26-15
Posted 06-29-15


Kettle Moraine vs. Muskego Div. 1 State Semi-final 06-20-15
Posted 06-29-15


Whitefish Bay vs. West Bend West 06-25-15
Posted 06-29-15


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Orion Gonwa: Special Olympics
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Operation Finally Home Ground Breaking in Jackson
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Soldier Departure
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St. John's Northwestern Military Academy cadets sing
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Congressman Sensenbrenner shares story during Cushing Ceremony
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Civil War education at Cushing Park
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2 men dead after being pulled from Milwaukee park lagoon
MILWAUKEE — Two men are dead after being pulled from a lagoon in a Milwaukee park. The Milwaukee Fire Department says two men in their 50s were found underwater at Kosciuszko (kuh-SHOOZ'-koh) Park lagoon about 7:15 p.m. Saturday.

Wisconsin teen accused of killing parents pleads insanity
RHINELANDER — A teenager accused of killing her mother and stepfather has pleaded insanity in a northern Wisconsin courtroom.

Fundraising company abruptly closes Wisconsin call center
OSHKOSH — A Minnesota company that helps raise money for Republican candidates has abruptly closed its Oshkosh call center, cutting 153 jobs.

Postcards mailed to inactive voters in Wisconsin
MADISON — The state elections board has mailed postcards to nearly 100,000 registered voters in Wisconsin who have not cast ballots in the past four years.

Wisconsin officials stress importance of helmets on ATVs
STEVENS POINT — State officials are stressing the importance of helmets after two of the four children killed in all-terrain vehicle crashes this year in Wisconsin weren't wearing protective headgear.

Condom portrait of Pope Benedict criticized by archbishop
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Art Museum has handled dozens of complaints from angry Catholics and others over its plans to display a portrait of Pope Benedict that is made from 17,000 condoms.

Springfield woman pleads not guilty in mother's death
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.  — A woman charged with arranging the death of her mother before fleeing with her boyfriend to Wisconsin pleaded not guilty Monday during her first court appearance in Missouri.

President Obama to travel to La Crosse for economic event
LA CROSSE — President Barack Obama is coming to Wisconsin this week. The White House confirmed the visit Saturday night, saying only that Obama will visit the La Crosse area Thursday "for an event on the economy." Additional details are expected to be released later this week.

TV actor Dustin Diamond wants delay in bar stabbing sentence
PORT WASHINGTON — Former "Saved by the Bell" actor Dustin Diamond is asking a judge to delay his sentence for a Christmas Day stabbing in a Wisconsin bar.

Man arrested for threats at Wisconsin summer camp
MADISON — Madison police have arrested a man who authorities say threatened staff at the Boys and Girls Club of Dane County during a children's summer camp.

Former UW-Oshkosh student sentenced to 3 years in ricin case
GREEN BAY — A former University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh student has been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for possessing the deadly poison ricin.

Teen convicted of killing dad in Sheboygan
SHEBOYGAN — A judge has convicted a 19-year-old man accused of bludgeoning his father to death and hiding his body for nearly a week in their Sheboygan apartment.

Milwaukee man gets 15 years in road rage beating death
MILWAUKEE — A 21-year-old Milwaukee man has been sentenced to 15 years in prison for his role in the road rage beating death of a driver.

Johnson says lives could've been saved at Tomah VA hospital
MADISON — Deaths could have been avoided at Tomah medical center if officials with the Department of Veteran Affairs had acted sooner in investigating reports of overprescribing medication, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson said Thursday.

Man charged in shooting of Wauwatosa police detective
MILWAUKEE — A 20-year-old convicted felon has been charged in connection with last week's shooting of a Wauwatosa police detective.

Appleton flag dealer will continue selling Confederate flag
APPLETON— An Appleton flag dealer says he has no plans to stop selling the Confederate flag in his store.

DNR: Lake Michigan withdrawal shouldn't affect levels
MADISON — The Department of Natural Resources says Waukesha's plan to pull water from Lake Michigan shouldn't affect lake levels, plants and sediment.

Waukesha request for Lake Michigan water moves forward
WAUKESHA — A request to use Lake Michigan water by a west suburb of Milwaukee is moving forward after a five-year review by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.

 

 
 
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