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MADISON - A federal judge on Friday ordered the state of Wisconsin to investigate whether transportation workers are failing to issue temporary photo identification for voting, as promised. U.S. District Judge James Peterson issued his order around the same time a civil liberties group filed a motion in a separate case demanding a federal appellate court invalidate voter ID requirements in Wisconsin because the state hasn't abided by its pledge.
Carter hits his 40th home 
run in 4-1 loss to Rockies

DENVER - Chris Carter reached 40 homers for the first time Friday night, and he wants to keep going. Carter hit a leadoff drive in the fourth inning of the Milwaukee Brewers' 4-1 loss to the Colorado Rockies. "It's definitely nice, it's a place I've never been," Carter said. "''In (2014) I ended up with 37 and couldn't make it to it."

No. 8 Badgers go to Big House looking for another big win

No. 8 Wisconsin at No. 4 Michigan. It's the first time in 65 all-time meetings that these teams have played when both were in the top 10, and each will play with an eye on strengthening its resume for the College Football Playoff. Even after a convincing win at Michigan State last week, the Badgers believe they're due more national respect. That won't be an issue if they get a second straight strong road performance from redshirt freshman quarterback Alex Hornibrook. 

Witness to Milwaukee police shooting confirms friend had gun California governor OKs sex 
crime bill tied to Stanford case
demario-pritchard.jpgMILWAUKEE - A witness to a fatal police shooting that led to riots in Milwaukee last month said his friend was carrying a gun when he was killed, according to a report Friday. Demario Pritchard told a news outlet that he and Sylville Smith weren't looking for trouble Aug. 13, the afternoon Smith died. Interviewed in jail in Green Bay, Pritchard said they had spent the afternoon hanging out together for the first time in years after reuniting at a mutual friend's funeral in July. 

SACRAMENTO, Calif. - California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed two sexual assault laws in response to national outrage over the six-month jail sentence given to a former Stanford University swimmer for assaulting a woman passed out near a trash bin. The Democratic governor announced his approval Friday of laws requiring longer sentences to be served in state prison for defendants convicted of assaulting unconscious victims, ending the possibility of brief jail sentences like the one Brock Turner received in June.

Walker explains decisions 
during first Facebook Live chat
Charlotte police to release 
full video in black man's death

MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker explained policy decisions ranging from refusing to expand Medicaid in Wisconsin to freezing college tuition in his first Facebook Live chat Friday morning. Walker answered pre-selected questions from Facebook users during the half-hour session from his Capitol office. He used the questions to segue into explaining moves he's made since he took office in 2011.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Police in Charlotte say they will release all of the dashcam and body camera video from the fatal shooting of a black man that sparked in riots in the city. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department issued a news release Friday evening saying the department has made arrangements with the family of Keith Lamont Scott to review all the video.



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NTSB has yet to interview injured engineer in deadly crash
HOBOKEN, N.J. - National Transportation Safety Board investigators held off questioning the engineer in the deadly Hoboken train crash because of his injuries Friday and struggled to lift clues from the train's black box recorders. Authorities want to know why the NJ Transit commuter train with engineer Thomas Gallagher at the controls smashed through a steel-and-concrete bumper and hurtled into the station's waiting area Thursday morning. 

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Panel names 2 lawmakers expected to vote on Vegas stadium
LAS VEGAS - Two people who were appointed to the Nevada Legislature on Friday will play a significant role in whether a nearly $2 billion NFL stadium - and potentially the Raiders - come to Las Vegas. But the Clark County commissioners who nominated the candidates to fill two vacant seats said they were more concerned about whether their appointees would properly vet a plan to put $750 million in public money toward the 65,000-seat venue. 

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Don't Miss Our 27th Annual Craftfest
Visit more than 60 noted craftspeople, selling handcrafted artwork, toys and games, woodworking, clothing, jewelry, dolls, natural dried arrangements and holiday items. The event also includes a silent auction, Heavenly and Homemade booth featuring candies, breads and canned goods and an outdoor food tent will offer pulled pork sandwiches, brats, hot dogs, homemade soups and more. Held 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday. 

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Homicide investigated in Green Bay
GREEN BAY - Green Bay police are investigating a homicide on the city's east side.

Court erases jury award of punitive damages against insurer
PHOENIX - An Arizona court ruling erases a jury's award of $1 million of punitive damages to a motorcyclist who claimed that his insurer denied his claim in an accident case because the company short-changed policyholders to boost its profits.

Packers plan winter tubing hill, skating rink for Titletown
GREEN BAY The Green Bay Packers have doubled down on their image of playing on the frozen tundra, unveiling more details for its Titletown District that include a winter tubing hill and a skating rink at its heart.

Chief says again won't release video in Milwaukee shooting
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee Police Chief Ed Flynn said he won't go against the advice of the state's attorney general and local district attorney to release the video of a fatal police shooting that sparked riots.

Northwestern Mutual eliminating jobs
MILWAUKEE Employees at Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance have been told the company will eliminate 100 jobs this year and hundreds more in 2017.

Wisconsin says flood damage approaching $20 million
MADISON Wisconsin emergency management officials say the damage to homes, businesses and public infrastructure from flooding that started last week is now approaching $20 million.

DNR pushes back CWD response plan updates to spring
MADISON Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials told the agency's board on Wednesday that they have pushed back the release of updates to their chronic wasting disease plan to this spring.

New super PAC launches attack ad against Feingold
MADISON A new super PAC is launching a $365,000 television ad campaign against Democrat Russ Feingold calling him a "radical politician" for supporting late-term abortion rights.

Disability groups question ethics of Wisconsin teen's death
APPLETON Disability rights organizations said the death of a Wisconsin teenager who was allowed to end treatment of her incurable disease was an injustice.

Hospital chain settles Medicare suit for $32.7 million
WASHINGTON, Pa.  A national hospital chain headquartered in central Pennsylvania has agreed to pay $32.7 million to resolve allegations that it billed Medicare for medically unnecessary services.

Wisconsin man arrested on suspicion of poisoning his dog
PORTAGE Authorities have arrested a southern Wisconsin man in the poisoning of his dog.

New super PAC launches attack ad against Feingold
MADISON A new super PAC opposed to Democrat Russ Feingold is launching a $365,000 television, radio and digital ad campaign calling him a "radical politician" for supporting late-term abortion rights.

DNR: Adding positions will improve large farm permit ratios
MADISON Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say reallocating positions to help regulate large farms will mean more workers handling fewer permits.

Sheriff Clarke detains unruly airline passenger
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee County's sheriff says he detained an airline passenger who became drunk and disorderly on a flight originating in Milwaukee.

Sun Prairie schools closed Monday for mold inspection
SUN PRAIRIE All schools in the Sun Prairie district are closed while an inspection for mold is conducted.

Man drowns after walking into lagoon 
in Milwaukee park
MILWAUKEE Authorities say a man has drowned after going into the Mitchell Park lagoon in Milwaukee. The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Office says deputies responded to a call from Milwaukee police Sunday morning. 

3 burned when gas tossed on Germantown fire pit
GERMANTOWN - Officials say three people were burned when gasoline was thrown onto a burning fire pit in Germantown, causing an explosion.

Trump campaign plans $140 million ad buy
WASHINGTON Donald Trump's campaign is planning for what it says will amount to $140 million worth of advertising from now until Election Day.  

 

 
 
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