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Miss Winter Carnival Selected, WCCN Gold Medallion Found
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 12:20 pm
-The Neillsville Winter Carnival got underway last night with the Miss Winter Carnival Pageant. [ full story ]
Governor Evers Says Judge Should Suspend Republicans' Lame Duck Laws
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 12:18 pm
(AP) -Democratic Gov. Tony Evers says a judge should suspend Republicans’ lame duck law limiting his powers. [ full story ]
Governor Evers Says Wisconsin Will Join Lawsuit Against President's Emergency Declaration If It Will Make a Difference
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 12:18 pm
(AP) -Gov. Tony Evers says Wisconsin will join a multistate lawsuit challenging the President’s emergency declaration to pay for a U.S.-Mexico border wall if doing so “makes a difference.” [ full story ]
Wisconsin Republicans Say Evers' Veto Proves he Doesn't Want to Work With Them
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 11:51 am
(AP) -Wisconsin Republicans say Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' veto of an income tax bill shows that he's not interested in working with GOP lawmakers who control the Legislature. [ full story ]
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Says "Too Early to Tell" Regarding Override of Veto
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 11:50 am
(AP) -Republican Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says it’s “too early to tell” if lawmakers will attempt an override of Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ veto of a GOP middle class income tax cut bill. [ full story ]
Another Lawsuit Against Lame Duck Bills
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 11:00 am
(WRN) -Another "lame duck" lawsuit. [ full story ]
Democrats and Health Care Advocates Dismiss Medicaid Study from Wisconsin Institute of Law and Liberty
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 10:59 am
(AP) -Democrats and health care advocates are dismissing as unreliable a new report saying Medicaid expansion in Wisconsin would shift $600 million a year to the private insurance market. [ full story ]
Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Hopes Foxconn Air Permits Aren't Tightened
Friday, February 22nd, 2019 -- 10:58 am
(AP) -Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says he hopes that air permits granted to electronics giant Foxconn Technology Group aren’t tightened by Gov. Tony Evers. [ full story ]

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PSC to investigate fatal Sun Prairie explosion
State utility regulators will investige whether the contractor that caused a fatal explosion in downtown Sun Prairie last summer broke state law. The Public Service Commission’s investigation will ask if V-C Tech broke state law — by not calling Digger’s Hotline before starting to install fiber optic lines last July 10th. The resulting explosion destroyed […]

Pointers upset Oshkosh in WIAC semifinals
UW-Stevens Point (18-8) jumped out to an early 10-point lead and went on to knock off 4th ranked UW-Oshkosh (23-3) in the WIAC Championship semifinals on Thursday night.  It puts the Pointers in their second straight WIAC title game, facing UW-Platteville on Saturday (5pm) at Platteville. Senior Canon O’Heron led all players with 20 points, […]

Bucks resume second half with close win against Boston
It was a sloppy game offensively, but coach Mike Budenholzer said it was encouraging to see his team win a game with their defense.  The game went back and forth down the stretch but it was the Milwaukee Bucks that prevailed 98-97 over the Boston Celtics. With 3.5 seconds left, the Celtics inbounded the ball […]

Assembly GOP proposes homelessness initiatives
Assembly Republicans have introduced a package of legislation aimed at keeping people housed. It would double annual state funding for direct housing assistance, adding about $4 million. Karla Thennes, executive director for Porchlight in Madison, says they’d like to attain “functional zero” on homelessness. “That doesn’t mean that no one will ever become homeless. What […]

Thompson says more revenues needed for roads
Governor Tony Evers’ pick to head the state Department of Transportation says more revenue is needed. Craig Thompson told members of the state Senate’s transportation committee that despite efforts to stretch dollars, “conditions on our state highway system continue to decline.” Thompson, whose appointment must be approved by the full Senate, said another $360 to […]


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