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2016-07-17

FEMA to inspect flood damage in northern Wisconsin

The Federal Emergency Management Agency will look at northern Wisconsin’s storm damage next week, to see if it’s enough to qualify for possible disaster aid. Governor Scott Walker has asked FEMA to assess the damage to government and tribal facilities…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Speaker Ryan says Republicans need to show people a ‘better way’ (AUDIO)

House Speaker Paul Ryan says Republicans need to focus on showing voters that they have a better way forward than Democrats. Speaking to Wisconsin’s delegation breakfast at the party’s national convention in Cleveland Monday morning, the Janesville Republican said many…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Armed suspect shot by officer in Sheboygan robbery

Sheboygan Police have released more information about an overnight robbery and officer involved shooting. Police were dispatched to the Union Avenue Tap around 11:30 Sunday night for a report of shots being fired and an armed robbery. Police chief Christopher…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Walker speaks to Iowa delegates at RNC

Governor Scott Walker started the first day of the Republican National Convention in Cleveland with a visit to Iowa delegates. Speaking at the delegation’s breakfast Monday morning, Walker stressed that, while Donald Trump was not his first pick to be…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Republicans look to unify at national convention

As the Republican Party gathers in Cleveland this week for its national convention, the GOP will be trying to show they are unified behind Donald Trump as their presidential nominee. Many Republicans have expressed mixed feelings about Trump leading up…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Congressman Grothman says race relations at a 50 year low

Wisconsin Congressman Glenn Grothman says race relations across the country are worse than they have been than in the past 50 years, and he’s putting at least some of the blame on police for shootings that have provoked recent protests…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

U.S. Senator Ron Johnson now attending Republican National Convention

After weeks of saying he was planning to skip the Republican National Convention, U.S. Senator Ron Johnson will be making a stop in Cleveland after all. In fact, the Wisconsin Republican will be a prime time speaker to convention delegates…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Several Wausau students in Nice during Bastille Day attack

An unexpected connection has been revealed between central Wisconsin and last week’s attack in the French city of Nice. A group of nine Wausau East students have been studying abroad with four chaperones as part of a field trip through…

posted 2016/07/17 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

2016-07-15

Wisconsin law library to be named in honor of retiring state Supreme Court Justice

The state law library is being renamed in honor of a retiring member of the Wisconsin state Supreme Court. Chief Justice Patience Drake Roggensack announced Friday that the library will be named after Justice David Prosser, as a way to…

posted 2016/07/15 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

As flood water recede, damage assessments underway in northern Wisconsin

State and local officials are starting to get a better handle on damage caused by flooding this week in northern Wisconsin. The water is receding, allowing crews to get a closer look at roads and bridges that were damaged or…

posted 2016/07/15 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

Trump’s running mate a ‘reassurance’ for conservatives (AUDIO)

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has named Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his running mate. Trump made the announcement this Friday morning on Twitter, following days of speculation that also included former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and New Jersey Governor…

posted 2016/07/15 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

DNR narrows down possible sites for Forestry Division

The state Department of Natrual Resources has released a list of possible site for relocating its Forestry Division. The agency is asking for public comment about moving its forestry offices to Wausau, Rhinelander, or Hayward. A final decision is expected…

posted 2016/07/15 by News – Wisconsin Radio Network

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