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MADISON — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tony Evers is proposing a tax cut for Wisconsin's middle class that Republican Gov. Scott Walker's campaign is calling a last-minute publicity stunt. Evers' campaign on Sunday unveiled the plan that would cut income taxes for those making up to $100,000 and families making up to $150,000 by 10 percent.
Rookie Buehler looks to eat some innings for Dodgers in NLCS
LOS ANGELES — Dodgers manager Dave Roberts came into the postseason willing to let his starters go deeper into games. He has yet to find someone who can stick around. Hyun-Jin Ryu lasted 4 1/3 innings in Game 2 against the Milwaukee Brewers. Ace Clayton Kershaw managed just three innings in Game 1.
Sherman-Rodgers matchup highlights 49ers vs. Packers
As two of the best players at their position in their generation, San Francisco cornerback Richard Sherman and Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers have formed a relationship built on deep respect. They have nothing but praise for each other's games and will exchange texts after one of them does something special. With all that they have accomplished that can happen often.
Baldwin, Vukmir debate about immigration, health care ProHealth unveils design for $55M hospital
WAUSAU — Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin and Republican Leah Vukmir drew stark contrasts on health care, abortion, immigration and other issues during their second debate of the campaign. Both candidates were on the offensive, the Milwauke Journal Sentinel reported. Baldwin leads in the polls. Here are some of the highlights from Saturday night's debate:

 

MUKWONAGO — Pro-Health Care unveiled a design Friday for its $55 million hospital, which is being constructed at the Mukwonago medical campus. The new hospital will combine primary and specialty care, 24/7 emergency services, inpatient and outpatient surgery, outpatient services, advanced diagnostic imaging, laboratory services and a cancer center, all in one location along Highway 83, just off Interstate 43.
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MLG Capital moves into converted Brennan’s building
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Metro home sales slide 6 percent in September

UW-Madison sees increase in international graduate students GOP pins hopes for keeping Ryan's Wisconsin seat on Ryan 2.0
MADISON — The University of Wisconsin-Madison is seeing an increase in international graduate students, bucking the nationwide drop in international graduate students. UW-Madison had 725 new international graduate students enroll in 2017, up from about 670 students in 2016, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. The university saw a slight decrease in overall applications in 2017, but the total number of enrollees has gone up, said Parmesh Ramanathan, the associate dean for graduate programs and services at UW-Madison. JANESVILLE — Ironworker Randy Bryce spent months gearing up to try to unseat House Speaker Paul Ryan in November's election, cleverly cultivating an "Iron Stache" persona for a candidacy that was as colorful as it was unlikely. Then Ryan decided to retire , transforming a faint upset hope into a race Democrats are dreaming of as the possible capstone in a favorable midterm election.


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Sears files for Chapter 11 amid plunging sales, massive debt
NEW YORK — Sears has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, buckling under its massive debt load and staggering losses. Sears once dominated the American retail landscape. But the big question is whether the shrunken version of itself can be viable or will it be forced to go out of business, closing the final chapter for an iconic name that originated more than a century ago.

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Looking for an edge: Teams trying to turn data into wins
Data is pored over by coaches and staff of the Orlando Magic on a regular basis. They'll dissect how far a player runs during practice, how quickly that player accelerates and decelerates, how his performance changes as the workout goes along, biometric measurements like his heartbeat or when his workload is particularly heavy.

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Broadway Something Rotten Milwaukee Marcus CenterSomething Rotten
When a local soothsayer foretells that the future of theatre involves singing, dancing and acting at the same time, Nick and Nigel set out to write the world’s very first MUSICAL!  With its heart on its ruffled sleeve and sequins in its soul, SOMETHING ROTTEN! is “The Producers + Spamalot + The Book of Mormon. Squared!” (New York Magazine).


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Wisconsin store chain shutting down after long run
FENNIMORE — Woolworth's and Kresge's have disappeared from Wisconsin's retail landscape.

Police say man with handgun shot by police in Strum
STRUM — Authorities say a man was shot by police in Strum after officers responded to a report of a subject with a gun.

Body found in lake identified as man missing since 1996
OCONOMOWOC — A body found in a Waukesha County lake last year has now been identified as a man reported missing in 1996.

Jury awards $780,500 in transgender lawsuit
MADISON — A jury has awarded a transgender University of Wisconsin-Madison employee and a transgender UW-Madison student $780,500 in damages after a federal judge ruled a state ban on insurance coverage for gender-changing surgery amounts to sexual discrimination.

Michigan man charged in killing of wife in Wisconsin in 1975
MADISON — Prosecutors charged a Michigan man Thursday with killing his wife 43 years ago in Wisconsin based largely on witnesses saying he seemed unhappy in their marriage, her comments to neighbors that she thought he was going to kill her and other discrepancies in his story.

Gun that killed Chicago commander traced to Wisconsin
CHICAGO — The handgun used to kill a Chicago police commander had once been bought and sold by an unlicensed gun dealer who federal authorities say described peddling guns "like an addiction."

Suspect wounded in officer-involved shooting in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Authorities say Milwaukee police shot and critically wounded an armed suspect on the city's northwest side.

Powerful winds whip up waves, flood Lake Superior shoreline
DULUTH, Minn. — Powerful winds have whipped up big waves along the shores of Lake Superior, flooding a business district and causing power outages.

Wisconsin man gets 22 years for trying to induce miscarriage
APPLETON — A Wisconsin man has been sentenced to 22 years in prison after being convicted of spiking his pregnant girlfriend's drink with an abortion-inducing drug.

Paper company to invest in Maine, Wisconsin mills
PORTLAND, Maine — A paper company says it's investing $300 million into its Wisconsin and Maine mills over the next two years.

Silo damaged in explosion at ethanol plant
MONROE — Officials say an explosion at an ethanol plant in southern Wisconsin caused structural damage, but did not result in any injuries to employees or first responders.

Two victims of Wisconsin River accident from Stevens Point
STEVENS POINT — Portage County sheriff's officials say the two victims of a boating accident on the Wisconsin River are from Stevens Point.

Enbridge urges Minnesota PUC to stand by its Line 3 approval
ST. PAUL, Minn.— Enbridge Energy has urged Minnesota regulators to stand by their decision to approve its proposal for replacing its aging Line 3 crude oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.

Wisconsin man pleads not guilty to killing wife, hiding body
STEVENS POINT — A Wisconsin man on Monday pleaded not guilty to killing his wife last year and hiding her body, which hasn't been found.

Frank Lloyd Wright Wisconsin theater to be restored
SPRING GREEN — A theater at Frank Lloyd Wright's 800-acre Taliesin estate in Wisconsin will undergo an $867,000, two-year restoration.

Foxconn schedules 5 hiring fairs in a month across Wisconsin
MILWAUKEE - Foxconn Technology Group says it will be holding five hiring fairs to recruit job candidates over the next month.

Wisconsin hospitals see unpaid medical bills rise to $1B
MADISON - Wisconsin's hospitals have seen an increase in unpaid medical bills that's topped a billion dollars, according to a report by the Wisconsin Hospital Association.

Wisconsin man convicted in 2013 death of woman, hiding body
MILWAUKEE - A Wisconsin man has been found guilty in the 2013 killing of a woman whose body was missing for 19 months.

Free beer up for grabs in NL Division Series
MILWAUKEE - As the Milwaukee Brewers and Colorado Rockies face off in the National League Division Series, the big brewing companies in their respective cities are squaring off to provide free beer in the winning team's community.

Titletown District will include residential, office space
GREEN BAY— The Green Bay Packers are adding residential options to its Titletown District near Lambeau Field.

State won't cite mine for wastewater release
MADISON — A frack sand mine won't be cited for releasing an estimated 10 million gallons of wastewater in order to rescue a worker trapped in a holding pond in western Wisconsin.

Judge holds alderwoman in contempt in open records case
MADISON — A judge decided to hold a Racine alderwoman in contempt of court for speaking to news outlets about his decision to seal her open records lawsuit.

AG challenger Kaul lays out positions on lawsuits
MADISON — Democratic attorney general hopeful Josh Kaul has laid out his position on some hot-button legal issues facing the state Department of Justice, saying he would aim to end some litigation but would defend some GOP-backed statutes. 

Tomah whistleblower, veteran's widow disagree over Baldwin
MADISON — A Gulf War veteran who blew the whistle on the prescription drug crisis at the Tomah Veterans Affairs Medical Center said he thinks it would be "immoral" to vote for Democratic Sen. Tammy Baldwin.  

Transport, health care top issues for Wisconsin's disabled
SUPERIOR — Transportation and health care costs are top concerns for disabled Wisconsin residents as the November election approaches, according to advocates for the disabled.

Sen. Johnson supports Kavanaugh after reading FBI report
MADISON — Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson reaffirmed his support for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Thursday, saying that after reviewing a new FBI background report, he saw "no evidence" to back up sexual assault claims.  

Teen driver killed while fleeing police in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE — Police say a teenage driver was killed while fleeing from police and crashing his vehicle in Milwaukee.

 

 
 
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