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2014-12-18

Obama’s Cuba decision brings mixed reaction in Wisconsin

We’re hearing mixed reactions from a couple of Wisconsin Congressmen regarding President Obama’s move to normalize relations with Cuba Wednesday. Seventh District Republican Sean Duffy is opposed to the move. Third District Democrat Ron Kind supports the change. Duffy is…

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Businesses join fight against Wisconsin right-to-work proposal

More than 300 private sector business interests are joining forces to fight an effort to make Wisconsin a right-to-work state. The Wisconsin Contractor Coalition includes a variety of private employers and skilled trade representatives. Spokesman Steve Lyons says members agree…

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Former players heaping praise on UW’s Chryst (AUDIO)

Paul Chryst is returning home.  The University of Wisconsin and Athletic Director Barry Alvarez is hoping he won’t have to hire another head coach during his time in Madison. Alvarez targeted the former Badger assistant coach as his number-one choice…

posted 2014/12/18 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

2014-12-17

Paul Chryst named new Wisconsin football coach

Madison native Paul Chryst returned to the city where he grew up, played his college football and eventually served as an assistant coach, before being hired by the University of Wisconsin to take over the head coaching job today. Before…

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Walker does ‘Property Tax Relief Tour’

Governor Scott Walker touts lower property taxes during appearances in six major Wisconsin cities, including La Crosse, Eau Claire, Wausau, Madison, Milwaukee, and Green Bay. “Overall for a typical homeowner in Wisconsin property taxes are down.” Walker says the typical…

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Wisconsin Supreme Court agrees to hear John Doe challenges

The state Supreme Court has agreed to take up several cases coming out of a stalled John Doe investigation. Justice have agreed to hear three cases connected with the probe, which was looking into allegations that conservative groups coordinated efforts…

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Wisconsin was 12th highest taxed state in 2012

Wisconsin’s tax rate held relatively steady, while two of our neighbors saw dramatic increases, in recent years. A study of census tax figures by the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance shows that the state had the 12th highest tax burden in the…

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Marshfield man guilty of breaking baby’s arm

A couple brought their child in to St. Joseph’s Hospital back in September, according to court records. The child had two fractures to his left arm. A doctor told authorities that the baby wasn’t walking, crawling or pulling himself up…

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Granite Peak proposes $50 million expansion

The owner of Granite Peak ski area is looking to expand and be more attractive to families and destination skiers. Granite Peak owner Charles Skinner says he’s hoping to add a dozen new ski runs, on-site lodging and more summer…

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Flooding prompts major road closure in Menominee County

A main road through the Menominee Indian Reservation is closed because of flooding on the Wolf River. The state Department of Transportation on Tuesday closed Highway 47-55 on the north side of Keshena. DOT maintenance supervisor Brent Matthews says the…

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Walker says Bush announcement not affecting thoughts about presidential run

Governor Scott Walker says former Florida Governor Jeb Bush actively exploring a run for president will not impact his decision on whether or not to enter the race While he has not made a decision himself and has offered no…

posted 2014/12/17 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Walker staying upbeat about ‘Molotov’ mistake (AUDIO)

As Governor Scott Walker helped celebrate the start of Hanukkah on Tuesday, he said he joked with rabbis attending a menorah lighting ceremony at the executive residence about a mistake found in an letter that’s grabbed national headlines. In a…

posted 2014/12/17 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

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