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MADISON The only statewide race on Tuesday's primary ballot is for a seat on the Wisconsin Supreme Court. The two highest vote-getters will advance to face each other in the April 3 general election. The winner will replace Justice Michael Gableman, who decided not to seek a second 10-year term. Here are key facts to know before voting: WHO IS RUNNING There are three candidates: Milwaukee County Circuit Judge Rebecca Dallet, Sauk County Circuit Judge Michael Screnock and Madison attorney Tim Burns.
Team LeBron edges Team Steph 148-145 in NBA All-Star Game
LOS ANGELES LeBron James and Kevin Durant swarmed all over Stephen Curry in the final seconds, preventing the NBA's best shooter from finding even a patch of open air to launch a tying 3-pointer. Defense? In an All-Star Game? That was just one of the many exciting surprises created by a big change to the league's midseason showcase. After James and Curry got to draft their own teams, this exhibition really seemed to matter to basketball's best.
US wins in women's hockey, Canadians dazzle in ice dancing
PYEONGCHANG, South Korea The United States will play for a gold medal in women's hockey for the third straight Olympics. The Americans are back in the title game after a 5-0 victory over Finland on Monday in the semifinals. They'll play the winner of the other semifinal game between Canada and the Russians on Thursday.
Report: Wisconsin electricity prices high, usage low Original Picasso print stolen from Milwaukee art gallery
LA CROSSE A new report says that Wisconsin has some of the highest electricity prices in the country despite the average customer spending far less on the utility than in most states. The U.S. Energy Information Administration released the data this week that shows the average residential price for a kilowatt of electricity in Wisconsin was just more than 10 cents in 2016. Only 15 states had higher residential rates, a reversal from two decades ago, the La Crosse Tribune reported .

 

MILWAUKEE An original Pablo Picasso print worth up to an estimated $50,000 was stolen from a downtown Milwaukee art gallery. WITI-TV reports appraiser Bill DeLind says his business partner noticed the original 1949 print was missing from DeLind Fine Art Appraisals on Friday. Picasso only did 30 of the prints and signed each with a green crayon in the lower right corner.

Wisconsin students learning skills by running a business Wisconsin counties use stun cuff to control inmates at trial
ONALASKA Special education students in western Wisconsin are running a small business and learning communication, budget and inventory skills. Onalaska High School transition coordinator Shelby Buchanan founded Ona Spirit in 2012, the La Crosse Tribune reported . The business started creating spirit chains: personalized key chains made from letter beads, colored beads and cord. Now it also sells coffee and fresh greens grown from a classroom greenhouse. JANESVILLE Deputy Bryan Hanthorn is one of the few people who has worn a stun cuff and experienced the 50,000 volts the device can deliver. Hanthorn said the jolt focuses the mind on one thing only: how to get the device off. Hanthorn had it strapped to his arm, but it's usually fastened to the legs of defendants. "It locked my whole arm up, every muscle group in my forearm and arm was locked. It froze me, and it got me up on my tippy toes," Hanthorn told the Janesville Gazette .


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Facebook to verify ads with postcards after Russian meddling
MENLO PARK, Calif. Facebook will soon rely on centuries-old technology to try to prevent foreign meddling in U.S. elections: the post office. Baffled in 2016 by Russian agents who bought ads to sway the U.S. presidential campaign, Facebook's global politics and government outreach director, Katie Harbath, told a meeting of the National Association of Secretaries of State in Washington on Saturday that the company would send postcards to potential buyers of political ads to confirm they reside in the U.S.

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Only On AP: Puck, player tracking being tested at Olympics
GANGNEUNG, South Korea Finland players looked at the numbers and laughed. They couldn't believe captain Lasse Kukkonen only had five sprints in a game and Petri Kontiola had a whopping 46. Even better: They don't even know what qualifies as a sprint. "We were looking at the stats and average speeds and making fun of some guys," forward Oskar Osala said. "How can you have 46 sprints in a game? It sounds like a ridiculous amount of sprints."

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Come join us in Truvy's small-town Louisiana beauty salon where all the ladies who are "anybody" come to have their hair done, and where wisecracks and advice are dispensed as freely as shampoo. This stage and film classic brings us some of our favorite characters Ouiser, Clairee, Annelle, and social leader M'Lynn, whose daughter Shelby is about to marry a "good ol' boy". This classic has sharp, funny dialogue and a deeply moving conclusion.  

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Wisconsin bankruptcy filings in 2017 lowest in 10 years
MILWAUKEE Records show that Wisconsin had its fewest bankruptcy filings in a decade last year.

Milwaukee sheriff announces punishments in jail death
MILWAUKEE The interim Milwaukee sheriff says two jail staffers charged in the dehydration death of an inmate have resigned and a third who's also accused in the case is facing termination.

Students arrested for school threats in 2 cities
OAK CREEK Authorities say school threats in two Wisconsin communities have resulted in arrests.

City sues firefighter foam makers over water contamination
WESTFIELD, Mass. A Massachusetts city is suing the makers of firefighting foam blamed for water contamination.

Brewers, others come out against 'alcohol czar' bill
MADISON Wisconsin breweries are fighting against a bill that would create a powerful new "alcohol czar" position to enforce liquor laws in the state.

Walker top aide Neitzel to be replaced by PSC chair Nowak
MADISON Gov. Scott Walker's top aide is stepping down from his position leading the Department of Administration and will be replaced by the current chair of the Public Service Commission.

Security camera captures cougar video in southeast Wisconsin
MADISON The Department of Natural Resources confirms that a Wisconsin homeowner captured video of a cougar near their home.

Prosecutors review police stun gun use on man who died
MILWAUKEE  Officials say prosecutors are reviewing possible criminal charges against three suburban Milwaukee police officers who used a stun gun on a mentally ill man who later died.

Wisconsin hospital suspends employee amid infant injuries
MADISON Madison police are investigating after infant injuries were reported at a hospital.

Consumer watchdog group warns about snowplow company
MILWAUKEE A consumer protection group is warning about a snowplowing company after customers in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Illinois say they didn't receive services they paid for.

Wisconsin Assembly to increase penalty for sex with animals
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly is scheduled to vote on increasing penalties for having sex with an animal.

Wisconsin Assembly to vote on anti-junk food pilot program
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly plans to vote on a bill creating a pilot program to prohibit the use of food stamps for purchasing junk food.

Wisconsin father charged in diabetes death of teenage son
WAUSAU A Wisconsin father is accused of failing to manage and treat his teenage son's diabetes, leading to the boy's death.

Assembly passes bill allowing some schools to raise taxes
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a bill allowing low-spending school districts in Wisconsin to raise property taxes without a vote.

Arizona man charged in 1988 death of wife in Wisconsin
POYNETTE An Arizona man has been arrested in the 1988 death of his wife, a Wisconsin case that was initially reported as a suicide.

Tribes use speech to call for tougher CWD regulations
MADISON A Menominee Indian tribal member is asking the Wisconsin Legislature for tougher action to stop chronic wasting disease and to join the fight against a Michigan gold mine.

Republican Party gave Supreme Court candidate $110,000
MADISON The Wisconsin Republican Party has given state Supreme Court candidate Michael Screnock nearly $110,000 in in-kind contributions for the officially nonpartisan race.

Walker's $50 million rural grant program passes panel
MADISON The Legislature's budget committee has unanimously passed Gov. Scott Walker's proposal to invest $50 million a year in rural economic development projects.

Wisconsin GOP Senate candidate's parents donate to his rival
MADISON The parents of Republican U.S. Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson have donated the maximum amount to the campaign of their son's Democratic rival, Sen. Tammy Baldwin.

Wisconsin Assembly approves free tuition for foster kids
MADISON Foster children would not have to pay tuition at University of Wisconsin schools or state technical colleges under a bill approved by the state Assembly.

Woman arrested in fatal fire death
MILWAUKEE Police say a 31-year-old woman has been arrested on possible child neglect charges following the death of a 1-year-old girl in a Milwaukee house fire.

Another top Wisconsin DNR official heads to EPA
MADISON Another top Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources official is leaving to join President Donald Trump's administration.

Coroner: Man, woman from Two Rivers die from flu
TWO RIVERS A coroner says a man and a woman from eastern Wisconsin have died from complications of the flu.

Wisconsin Assembly to vote on free tuition for foster kids
MADISON The Wisconsin Assembly is set to pass a bill that would waive tuition and fees for foster children attending University of Wisconsin schools and state technical colleges.

Wisconsin police work to improve response to mental illness
MADISON Police in southern Wisconsin are using mental health officers and crisis intervention training to improve interactions with people who are mentally ill.

More Wisconsin nursing homes close as costs rise
MADISON Nursing home providers say Medicaid reimbursement rates may have contributed to an increase in nursing home closures in Wisconsin last year.

2 deaths blamed on winter snow storm in Midwest
CHICAGO - A winter storm that pounded the Midwest caused at least two deaths Friday, authorities said, while closing schools and forcing the cancellation of hundreds of flights. 

Wisconsin Supreme Court primary will leave just 2
MADISON - The latest battle over the ideological balance of the Wisconsin Supreme Court plays out in the Feb. 20 primary, where one of three candidates will be eliminated ahead of a spring election. 

Pence upstaged by 2 Koreas' efforts to warm ties
GANGNEUNG, South Korea - Vice President Mike Pence's efforts to keep North Korea from stealing the show at the Winter Olympics proved to be short-lived, quickly drowned out by the images of the two Koreas marching and competing together, as the South appeared to look favorably on warming ties on the Korean Peninsula. 

Oshkosh Corp. wins $476 million Army contract
OSHKOSH Oshkosh Corp. says it has been awarded an Army contract worth $476 million to build the next generation of medium tactical vehicles.

Liberal veterans group launches pro-Baldwin ad
MADISON A liberal veterans political action committee has launched a $1 million ad campaign to benefit Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin, just days after a conservative group attacked her record.

Members of Congress want 1-year deadline for Asian carp plan
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. Some members of Congress want a one-year deadline for completing a federal study on keeping Asian carp out of the Great Lakes by strengthening defenses on a crucial Illinois waterway.

Probe: Ex-UW-Madison housing employee accused of $100K fraud
MADISON University of Wisconsin-Madison officials say a former employee of University Housing is accused of fraud.

More money for Wisconsin rural schools gets committee OK
MADISON A proposal to give Wisconsin's most rural schools nearly $7 million more and allow low-spending districts to raise property taxes without a vote has cleared a key legislative hurdle.

Wisconsin village to make offers to Foxconn property owners
RACINE The southeastern Wisconsin village that will be the location of Foxconn Technology Group's massive manufacturing complex is offering local homeowners 140 percent of fair market value for their property and landowners $50,000 per acre.  

UW-Madison: Free tuition for families making less than $56K
MADISON New in-state University of Wisconsin-Madison students from low-to-moderate income families will get free tuition and fees for four years under a new program, university officials announced Thursday.  

 

 
 
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