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May 26, 2017

 
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MADISON — Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require able-bodied, childless adults applying for Medicaid health benefits to undergo drug screening, a move that could serve as a national model. Walker's plan, which needs federal approval, comes as he prepares to run for a third term next year. 
>>Walker welfare changes get approval by Wisconsin lawmakers

Brewers bats suddenly cold as D-backs win 4-0
MILWAUKEE - Robbie Ray pitched seven innings of two-hit ball to lower the NL's second-best road ERA to 0.57, Gregor Blanco and Chris Owings homered, and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-0 Thursday night for their ninth win in 10 games. Ray (4-3), coming off a dominating performance against San Diego in his last start, did not allow a run for the second straight outing.
Davon House feels at home back in Green Bay secondary

GREEN BAY — Davon House left Green Bay for two years, but his loyalties never strayed too far from the Packers. Now he can dust off all the green-and-gold gear that he kept stowed away while playing in Jacksonville. House has returned to Green Bay after two seasons with the Jaguars, one of the reinforcements being brought in to buttress the secondary.

Budget panel rejects Walker tuition cut, maintains freeze Leaders tout Aerotropolis Milwaukee plans
MADISON — The Legislature's budget-writing committee rejected Gov. Scott Walker's proposed University of Wisconsin System tuition cut Thursday, choosing instead to keep rates frozen for another two years. The Joint Finance Committee also reduced the funding increase Walker proposed for UW from $42 million to about $36 million. The budget committee is working to revise Walker's two-year spending plan before forwarding it on to the full Senate and Assembly for passage later this summer.

 

MILWAUKEE — Restaurants, hotels, bike and pedestrian improvements and public transportation additions are among some of the elements tossed into a large-scale visioning plan around Gen. Mitchell International Airport. For nearly a decade, bits and pieces have come together for Aerotropolis Milwaukee, an area that includes much of the county’s far southern corridor because of its proximity to the airport.
>>Officials approve TIF project plans for two sites
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Construction started on Heritage Senior Living in Muskego
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Krones announces acquisition of New York company
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Teen pilot killed, passenger hurt in Wisconsin plane crash A sister uses her gifts to send messages to fallen soldier
MILWAUKEE — A teenage pilot was killed and his passenger was seriously injured when a single-engine plane crashed into a river near a small northwestern Wisconsin community still recovering from last week's deadly and destructive tornado. Owen Knutson, 17, died at the scene of the crash Wednesday evening, according to Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald. NEENAH — She begins each time by sharpening her tools, with the sound of metal on metal echoing through the sunlit old house she calls both home and workshop. Making a violin is a methodical art. For Sonja St. John, that structure is a necessity — and the routine, in many ways, a saving grace. "It's a way to stay on track even when chaos can be happening right outside," she says.


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Trump travel ban showdown headed for Supreme Court
WASHINGTON— Donald Trump's administration is pledging a Supreme Court showdown over his travel ban after a federal appeals ruled that the ban "drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination." Citing the president's duty to protect the country from terrorism, Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Thursday that the Justice Department will ask the high court to review the case, although he offered no timetable.

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Wisconsin's "Camp Randall 100" to honor stadium history"
MADISON — Wisconsin is honoring 100 years of Camp Randall Stadium by recognizing 100 individuals who the school says shaped the history of the football venue. The school began unveiling the "Camp Randall 100" this week, with former athletic director and College Football Hall of Famer Pat Richter introduced as the first honoree.

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CAF Wisconsin Wing Gathering of Warbirds
Come see vintage and modern military aircraft at the Gathering of Warbirds event on May 27, 2017. Korean War era and World War II era aircraft will be in the air over Waukesha and on the ground at the Waukesha County Airport.

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Every 15 Minutes Program in West Bend 05-18-17
Posted 05-20-17


Hartford Union vs. West Bend West 05-18-17
Posted 05-20-17


US Open Qualifier in Hartford 05-17-17
Posted 05-20-17


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Donald Driver at Hartford School
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Meijer grand opening celebration in West Bend
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Rambo; Germantown police department K-9
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Pack'er Up Challenge
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Gov. Walker in West Bend - 2017 Loyalty Day Celebration
Posted 04-29-17

Kaitlin Winker at Opening Day
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Fiserv CEO top paid executive in Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE — A new survey shows the top paid executive in Wisconsin is in the financial services industry. Calculations by The Associated Press and the executive data firm Equilar show Fiserv CEO Jeffery Yabuki tops the compensation list in Wisconsin, earning $21.2 million in 2016.

West Milwaukee man dies while in police custody
MILWAUKEE — Police say a West Milwaukee man died after he was taken into custody by officers who used stun guns during the arrest. Police said they were called to the man's apartment about 5 a.m. Thursday on initial reports of a person naked, speaking incoherently and flooding the apartment.

Attorneys ask for higher pay rate for defending indigent
MADISON — Private attorneys who accept indigent defense appointments in Wisconsin say it's time the state raise the hourly rate for taking such cases.

Wisconsin woman jumps on hood of her SUV to prevent theft
MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin woman pumping gas near downtown Milwaukee stopped a thief from stealing her SUV by jumping on its hood and clinging to the windshield wipers as the man tried to drive away in her vehicle.

$50 million bond set in forced abortion attempt
APPLETON — A judge in Outagamie County has set $50 million bond for a man accused of trying to cause his girlfriend to miscarry her child nearly a decade ago.

Five school bus passengers seriously hurt in truck crash
LANCASTER — A collision between a school bus and a dump truck in Grant County sent five passengers on the bus to the hospital.

2-year-old Milwaukee boy accidentally shoots self
MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police have arrested the father of a 2-year-old boy who they say found a loaded handgun and accidentally shot himself.

DNR board OKs reducing fall buck-only zones
MADISON — The state Department of Natural Resources' board has signed off on a fall deer hunt structure that scales back the number of counties where hunters can shoot only bucks for a fourth straight year.

Gehl Foods distributed nacho cheese linked to fatal botulism
GERMANTOWN — The Wisconsin company that distributed the nacho cheese dip linked to a fatal botulism outbreak in California says its working with federal, state and local health officials to determine what caused the contamination.

Wisconsin teacher suspended over documentary returns to work
MOUNT HOREB — A Wisconsin teacher has returned to school after being placed on leave following complaints about a documentary shown in her class.

Wisconsin sues Milwaukee stores over synthetic marijuana
MADISON — The state of Wisconsin is suing two Milwaukee stores for selling synthetic marijuana products disguised as "potpourri" and "incense."

Bucks, Johnson Controls build neighborhood sports complex
MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Bucks and Johnson Controls are partnering to build a multi-sport complex in a northwest Milwaukee neighborhood.

Man won't get new sentence in death of Manitowoc officer
MANITOWOC — A man who was convicted of killing a Manitowoc police officer when he was a teenager has had his request for a new sentence denied.

Appleton police officer kills gunman after bar fight
APPLETON — Authorities say a police officer fatally shot a male who had a gun at a bar in downtown Appleton.

Barron County puts initial tornado damage estimate at $10M
CHETEK — The Barron County Sheriff's Department has released initial damage estimates from a tornado that tore through the Chetek area of northwestern Wisconsin last week.

Ho-Chunk Nation urges judge to reject casino lawsuit
MADISON — The Ho-Chunk Nation is pushing back against a rival tribe's lawsuit seeking to halt the Ho-Chunk's plans to expand a northern Wisconsin casino, arguing in new filings that the lawsuit has little chance of success and a judge should reject it.  

 

 
 
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