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Report shows Hulsey campaign for governor raised $2,500

One of the Democrats running for Wisconsin governor is far behind his primary opponent when it comes to raising cash for his campaign. A report filed with the state Monday shows gubernatorial hopeful Brett Hulsey raised just under $2,500 in…

posted 2014/07/22 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Federal judge dimisses Johnson lawsuit

A federal judge in Green Bay is throwing out a lawsuit against provisions of the Affordable Care Act, which was filed by U.S. Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI). Johnson, a Wisconsin Republican, argued that an ObamaCare rule forced him to treat…

posted 2014/07/22 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

UW System president touts UW research

The President of the University of Wisconsin System called on technology business and education leaders to promote UW research. Speaking at the Science and Technology Symposium held at UW-Eau Claire, UW System President Ray Cross said university-based research affects our…

posted 2014/07/22 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Wisconsin company creates Weird Al’s new video

Weird Al’s newest video has a connection to the Badger State. A Wisconsin company is responsible for making the newly-released Weird Al Yankovic music video, as the parody artist releases eight videos in eight days. “When we got the call…

posted 2014/07/22 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News


Public input on net neutrality continues

Discussions over equal and open access to the Internet continue. Advocates of net neutrality want unrestricted, high-speed access to the Internet, something that’s been talked about for nearly a decade. Barry Orton is a professor of telecommunications at the UW…

posted 2014/07/21 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News


State home sales see first increase of the year

For the first time this year, the number of existing houses sold by Wisconsin Realtors was higher than the same month a year ago. The Wisconsin Realtors Association says its members sold just over 7,700 homes statewide during June, which…

posted 2014/07/20 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Wisconsin weather heats up

Many parts of Wisconsin will likely see there hottest days of the year so far in the next 24 hours. The National Weather Service says temperatures statewide are expected to heat up over the next day or so. Tod Pritchard…

posted 2014/07/20 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Skydiver killed during jump in Racine County

One man is dead, following a skydiving accident in Racine County. The Racine County Sheriff’s Department says a 44-year-old Racine man was pronounced dead at the scene, after landing in a road near Sylvania Airport. Officials believe his parachute became…

posted 2014/07/20 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Train derailment in Slinger prompts evacuation

Over 100 homes in the Town of Slinger had to be evacuated Sunday night, after two freight trains collided and thousands of gallons of diesel fuel was spilled. The crash occurred near an intersection of rail lines owned by the…

posted 2014/07/20 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

State offers advice for propane buyers

Winter may be the last thing Wisconsin residents are thinking about right now. However, Sandy Chalmers with the state Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection says it may be a good idea for those who need to fill up…

posted 2014/07/20 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News


Missing Manitowoc man and son found in Mexico

Authorities have located a Manitowoc man in Mexico, who police say fled the country with his son earlier this month to avoid reckless homicide charges. Manitowoc Police Captain Scott Luchterhand says 57-year-old Timothy Miller, and his 14-year-old son Devin, were…

posted 2014/07/18 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Evers defends Common Core

As Republicans echoed Governor Scott Walker’s call for the Legislature to take action quickly next session to repeal the use of Common Core educations standards in Wisconsin, the state’s chief education official argued for the need to stay the course.…

posted 2014/07/18 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

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