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2014-04-16

Bucks sold for $550 million (AUDIO)

Milwaukee Bucks owner and former Senator Herb Kohl announced the sale of his NBA franchise to a pair of New York investors, Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens for $550 million.  Both Lasry and Edens are committed to keeping the Bucks…

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Walker stops short of committing to full second term

Governor Scott Walker doesn’t appear to be committing to serve his full term if reelected. In Madison on Wednesday, the Republican governor was asked whether he’ll commit to serving his full four-year term if he’s reelected this November. “I’m committed…

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Guilty verdict in Lincoln County homicide

It took less than 24 hours for a jury in Lincoln County to find Mark Bucki guilty on all counts in the death of his wife Anita. The six men and six women began deliberations at 3:45 p.m on Tuesday.…

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Couple challenges Wisconsin gay marriage ban

A same-sex couple from Milwaukee County is asking the state Supreme Court to take up a direct challenge to Wisconsin’s gay marriage ban. The lawsuit filed by Katherine and Linda Halopka-Ivery seeks to overturn a state constitutional amendment adopted by…

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Governor signs CBD bill

Cannabidiol, or CBD, comes from the marijuana plant. It is touted as a breakthrough treatment for kids suffering seizure disorders, and now it’s legal in Wisconsin. While the oil comes from the same plant that produces pot, the extract has…

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Conservation Congress voters back trolling, ban on deer baiting

The results of the spring Conservation Congress hearings are in, following the annual hearings that were held Monday night in all 72 counties across the state. State Department of Natural Resources liaison Kari Lee-Zimmermann says more than 7,000 people took…

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Deputy wounded in 1991 dies

A former deputy sheriff with the Polk County Sheriff’s Office has died. Deputy Michael Severson was shot and paralyzed in a line of duty incident 23 years ago. Sheriff Pete Johnson said Severson was assisting officers from the Burnett County…

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Court filing shows elections agency approved John Doe probe

New court filings show that the state Government Accountability Board unanimously approved the John Doe probe into Republican campaign activity in Wisconsin’s recall elections. Board investigator Dean Nickel filed a brief Tuesday in support of an effort by prosecutors to…

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Dying with dignity

Governor Walker proclaims today, April 16, Healthcare Decisions Day in Wisconsin. It’s about dying with dignity, explains Attorney Ben Adams, who is an adviser to the State Bar Elder Law Section. “As Ben Franklin famously said, ‘The only two certain…

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Winter storm will bring more snow to north

The official start of spring was nearly a month ago, but you’d never know it in northwestern Wisconsin, as another round of heavy snow descends on the region. The National Weather service forecasts that a system which moved in the…

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2014-04-15

Burke responds to Walker campaign launch

Governor Scott Walker launched his reelection campaign on Tuesday, and his Democratic opponent says she can do better. With the Republican incumbent falling well short of his original pledge to create 250,000 new jobs, former commerce secretary and Trek bicycle…

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B-17 veterans take to the sky

A group of World War II veterans got a chance to get up in the air on one of their old planes. The Experimental Aircraft Association helped organize a special flight on a B-17 bomber Monday. Bob Schuh of Chilton…

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