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LONDON — The British were warned for weeks that a vote to leave the European Union would result in economic pain. Now they'll find out whether it will. U.K. financial leaders are scrambling to reassure households, businesses and investors that they can contain the doom and gloom they had predicted in case of a British exit, or Brexit.
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Labour Party revolts against leader over EU vote result
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2.1 million Britons join online petition urging 2nd vote on leaving EU

Roark helps Nats end 7-game skid with 3-2 win over Brewers

MILWAUKEE — Tanner Roark pitched seven shutout innings in place of injured ace Stephen Strasburg, and the Washington Nationals ended a seven-game losing streak with a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Sunday. Jose Lobaton and Clint Robinson homered for Washington. Lobaton hit his first homer of the season in the seventh off Milwaukee reliever Jacob Barnes (0-1. Robinson hit a two-run shot in the eighth.

Will Power takes pole for IndyCar's return to Road America

ELKHART LAKE — A late tire change during qualifying earned Will Power the pole for the IndyCar Series race at Road America. He'll start in the front row for the 202-mile Kohler Grand Prix on Sunday with a qualifying-best lap of 141.379 mph. With a caution flag out in the middle of the last round of qualifying, known as the "Fast 6," Power's team decided to change tires on his No. 12 Chevy to a set of red-trimmed Firestone alternates. 

Wauwatosa doctor charged with illegally prescribing drugs Corrections officials force-feeding inmates on hunger strike

MILWAUKEE — A Milwaukee-area doctor and his former clinic office manager have been indicted on multiple charges for allegedly illegally giving powerful painkillers to patients. Federal documents say Dr. Steven Kotsonis gave out prescriptions without thorough exams, and sometimes without seeing patients. His office manager, Susan Moyer, allegedly called herself the "OxyCzar" and handed out prescriptions to people who paid cash.

MADISON — Officials with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections are force-feeding three prisoners who are on a hunger strike as part of a protest of solitary confinement, according to court documents. Laron McKinley, 61, Norman Green, 44, and Cesar DeLeon, 34, are among six inmates who began refusing food about two weeks ago. The three have said they're being force-fed water and a nutrition drink through a nasal tube, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.

 

Wisconsin state workers face new hiring procedure, rules Milwaukee gets $1 million loan to start replacing lead pipes

MADISON — Wisconsin state employees will face a new world when they show up for work July 1. An overhaul of the state's 111-year-old civil service system takes effect take that day, meaning 30,000 state workers and an untold number of job applicants will face new hiring and firing protocols. Supporters insist the changes, passed by the Republican-controlled Legislature and signed by Gov. Scott Walker, will enable state agencies to fill retirees' positions quickly and impose proper discipline. Democrats and other critics say it trades a fair employment system for political patronage and cronyism.

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee is getting a $1 million state loan to begin the costly task of replacing 70,000 lead water pipes throughout the city. Public works officials say the priority is replacing pipes to 385 state-licensed day care centers in Milwaukee, since none of the city's public schools get their water through lead pipes. The work will take three years.



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Items owned by gangster 'Whitey' Bulger up for auction
BOSTON — A rat-shaped pencil holder and skull ring are just two of the hundreds of items belonging to gangster James "Whitey" Bulger to hit the auction block. The court-ordered auction in Bulger's South Boston hometown is an attempt to raise money for the families of his victims, including 20 people killed by Bulger and his gang.

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Tight turns, long straights: Road America rewards precision
ELKHART LAKE — Road America's unique 14-turn layout requires precision, while providing drivers some fun behind the wheel. Successful rides around the "Carousel" on Sunday in the 202-mile Kohler Grand Prix could offer handsome rewards. It's a two-turn twist in the middle of the 4-plus mile road course that leads cars into another slight bend called the "Kink." A successful maneuver through that stretch shoots cars in the "Kettle Bottoms" straight.


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American Family Insurance Championship
This inaugural event will include two Pro-Am events on June 22-23 followed by three days of tournament play, June 24-26. Proceeds from the event will be donated to the Steve Stricker American Family Insurance Foundation and the American Family Children’s Hospital.


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Thiensville-Mequon Lions Club - Lions Fest 06-09-16
Posted 06-24-16


Cedarburg Education Foundation Mini-Mudder
06-19-16
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Giro d'Grafton American's Dairyland
bike race 06-18-16
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Vote on Waukesha water diversion
Posted 06-21-2016


Brendan Boese; Fighting and Drinking
Posted 06-17-2016


Operation Finally Home - house dedication in Jackson
Posted 06-05-2016


T.J. Justice in Waukesha
Posted 05-02-16

Gov. Scott Walker in West Bend
 Posted 04-27-16

Flight for Life at Waukesha South
Posted 04-07-16
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Miss Green Bay Area wins Miss Wisconsin competition
OSHKOSH — Miss Green Bay Area Courtney Pelot has been crowned Miss Wisconsin. Pelot, who danced to "Pretty Hurts" for her talent, will represent the state at the Miss America competition in September in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Worker killed after accident during energy plant demolition
BELOIT— A worker has died after being injured in an accident during the demolition of an old Alliant Energy power plant in Beloit.

Manitowoc doctor indicted on drug trafficking charges
MANITOWOC — A Manitowoc doctor is charged in federal court with drug trafficking. A grand jury this week indicted Dr. Charles Szyman on 19 counts of unlawfully prescribing prescription drugs.

Bradley Foundation taps GOP lawyer and insider as new CEO
MILWAUKEE — Republican lawyer and lobbyist Richard Graber has been named CEO and president of the Milwaukee-based Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation.

Republican wants business to be liable for gun injuries
MADISON — A Republican state lawmaker wants Wisconsin businesses to be held liable for any gun-related injuries that may occur on their premises.

Milwaukee to Green Bay fuel line closed indefinitely
MILWAUKEE  — The owner of the only fuel pipeline serving northeastern Wisconsin has shut it down indefinitely as it considers the future of the aging line.

Russ Feingold endorses Hillary Clinton
MADISON — Democratic Wisconsin Senate candidate Russ Feingold is endorsing presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for president.

Officer fatally shoots man in Wauwatosa park
WAUWATOSA — Police say an officer in a Milwaukee suburb has fatally shot a person in a park. 

Sen. Johnson again avoids mentioning he's a senator in ad
MADISON — Republican Sen. Ron Johnson's second television ad in his re-election campaign avoids any reference to him being an incumbent senator, just as his first spot did.

Multiple tornadoes in Illinois; homes, gas station damaged
CHICAGO — Powerful storms packing multiple tornadoes swept through parts of the Midwest Wednesday night, damaging homes and a gas station in central Illinois and sending tens of thousands of soccer fans seeking shelter during the Copa America semifinal in Chicago.

Longtime UW-Madison police chief Riseling retiring
MADISON — Longtime University of Wisconsin-Madison police chief Sue Riseling is retiring.

Court upholds life sentence in great-grandmother killing
MADISON — A Wisconsin appeals court has upheld the life sentence of a teenage boy convicted of killing his great-grandmother in 2012.

Landscape warehouse destroyed by fire
OCONOMOWOC — The main building of a landscaping company in Oconomowoc (oh-KAHN'-ah-mah-walk) has been destroyed by fire.

4 Marquette students hurt when gun discharges at restaurant
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police say Marquette University students were injured when a gun accidentally discharged at the entrance of a restaurant on campus.

Milwaukee woman sentenced in North Dakota oil patch ring
WILLISTON, N.D. — A Milwaukee woman accused of being a key figure in a prostitution ring and part of an extortion scheme in western North Dakota's oil patch has been sentenced to two years of probation.

DNR head to face questions on deficient pollution policing
MADISON — The head of Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources is facing questions about deficiencies in the department's regulation of water pollution.

Ryan challenger has only consulted for free
MADISON — House Speaker Paul Ryan's primary challenger bills himself as the owner of a small consulting business even though he has only consulted with personal clients for free, his campaign said Tuesday.

 

 
 
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