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  • Republicans say repeal of Wisconsin gay marriage ban unlikely
    An effort by Democratic lawmakers to overturn Wisconsin’s 2006 constitutional amendment banning gay marriage is likely doomed for this session. Republican leaders in both the Assembly and Senate showed little interest in taking up the proposal Thursday, just hours after it was introduced at the Capitol. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos (R-Rochester) says bringing the proposal […]

  • Revisiting special needs scholarships
    Legislative committee discusses a Special Needs Scholarship Program for disabled students. The bill (SB 525) would provide a choice in education for parents of special needs students, if certain conditions are met. The bill’s sponsor Senator Leah Vukmir (R-Wauwatosa) says while the open enrollment program is “wildly successful,” some students are stuck in a public […]

  • Trevino to file appeal
    The story of a Minnesota man convicted of killing his wife from Wausau isn’t over yet. Jeffrey Trevino of St. Paul was sentenced November 25th to 27-and-a-half years in a Minnesota prison for killing Kira Steger a year ago. Trevino is appealing his conviction and sentence. The jury convicted Trevino of unintentional second-degree murder. Judge […]

  • Many Wisconsin drivers without valid license
    A lot of Wisconsin drivers are on the road without a valid license. The Appleton Post Crescent reported this week that there were more than 74,000 convictions for operating a vehicle with a suspended license in 2013, and another 14,000 for driving on a revoked license, according to numbers from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. […]

  • Sanders has surgery, out minimum of six weeks
    Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders underwent successful surgery on Thursday to repair right orbital bone fractures which he sustained in the Feb. 8 game against Houston. The Bucks say Sanders will be sidelined for a minimum of six weeks.  The organization said  further updates will be provided when appropriate. In 23 games (20 starts) this […]


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