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Nagasaki urges nuke ban on 75th anniversary of US A-bombingTOKYO — The Japanese city of Nagasaki has marked its 75th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing, with the mayor and dwindling survivors urging world leaders including their own to do more for a nuclear weapons ban.

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DeSclafani, Suarez pace Reds past Brewers, 4-1MILWAUKEE — Anthony DeSclafani allowed two singles over six scoreless innings and Eugenio Suarez hit a three-run homer to lift the Cincinnati Reds to a 4-1 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers.

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Mauritius scrambles to counter oil spill from grounded shipJOHANNESBURG — Anxious residents of the Indian Ocean island nation of Mauritius are stuffing fabric sacks with sugar cane leaves to create makeshift oil spill barriers as tons of fuel leak from a grounded ship.

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Strong to severe storms possible through the weekendIt's already been an active weekend for storms. We've seen several complexes of storms move across the upper Midwest this weekend.

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Bears, Bullfrogs one step closer to the WBA State TournamentThe Eau Claire Bears and Beef River Bull Frogs made it past the first day of qualifying games for the Wisconsin Baseball Association State Tournament.

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Report: Mike Pence will campaign in Wisconsin during Democratic National ConventionThe Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports Vice President Mike Pence will campaign in Wisconsin on Aug. 19, the third day of the Democratic National Convention in Milwaukee.

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Trump allows some unemployment pay, defers payroll taxBEDMINSTER, N.J. — President Donald Trump has issued executive orders to revive an expired unemployment benefit and defer some payroll taxes, contending he must act because lawmakers have failed to agree on a new coronavirus relief package.

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Dane County supervisors ask PHMDC to investigate Epic's reopening plansMADISON, Wis. — In a Facebook post on Friday, Dane County Supervisor called on Public Health Madison and Dane County to add transparency to Epic System's in-person reopen plan for its employees.

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National Farmer's Market Week Celebrated LocallyWausau, Wis. - Even though the pandemic has cancelled a lot of events throughout our area - you can find farmers markets across Central Wisconsin packed with residents and vendors.

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Portage man arrested after domestic incident, officials sayCOLUMBIA COUNTY, Wis. — A Portage man was arrested Friday night after dispatch received several calls about a domestic incident involving firearms.

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Georgia police investigated for firing at car carrying kidsWAYCROSS, Ga. — State authorities are investigating after a Georgia police officer fired his gun at a vehicle with at least two teenagers inside during an attempted traffic stop.

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Austin Cindric wins again at Road AmericaELKHART LAKE, Wis. — Austin Cindric waited through a lightning delay and won at Road America for his fourth victory in his last five Xfinity Series races.

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At his New Jersey golf club, Trump finds supportive audienceBEDMINSTER, N.J. — Talk about an unexpected perk of a country club membership. When President Donald Trump made a late addition to his Friday evening schedule, members of the club in Bedminster, New Jersey, got the chance to attend his news conference, along with reporters and the Secret Service, in an ornate ballroom.

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Brazil makes grim milestoneRIO DE JANEIRO — Brazil has surpassed a grim milestone — 100,000 deaths from COVID-19.

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Residents speak out following Kenosha officer shootingA Kenosha police officer is recovering after being shot early Saturday morning. He was responding to a call of a vehicle break-in.

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A Group of Men in Recovery are Giving Back to their CityA group of men in recovery at God Touch Milwaukee are taking on this challenging time by helping others in need.

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COVID-19 death toll nears 1,000 in Wisconsin; new high in positive cases reportedWisconsin confirmed six new COVID-19 deaths, bringing the statewide death toll to 996. The latest figures from the state Department of Health Services show there were 1,165 newly reported cases on Saturday.

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State line separates defending D7 state champion Black Hawk-Warren during pandemicHigh school football continues to have uncertainty across the country. In Wisconsin the two time defending Divison-7 state champion Black Hawk Warriors will have to play without their Illinois based co-op, Warren High School this fall.

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Heat rises, unsettled weather chances continueSaturday was the hottest day in almost two weeks for most of southern Wisconsin, with highs in the mid-to-upper 80s.

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Police investigating shots fired report on East Washington AvenueAccording to an incident report, two vehicles were in the outbound lanes at First Street.

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Mom Reinvents Herself and Says Her Kids Are Her InspirationReinventing yourself is never easy. Kim Grant, 49, says she has her kids to thank for her new catering business, Kim's Cuisine: A feast for all occasions.

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Vikings' Eric Kendricks has become a prominent NFL voice for social justiceKendricks gained national notice when he called out the NFL in a tweet the week after George Floyd's death in Minneapolis.

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Madison-Based Exact Sciences Seeks to Fill 500+ Open PositionsDespite the pandemic, Exact Sciences, the fastest-growing company in Dane County, still hopes to recruit top talent at their medical diagnostics hub.

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Trump extends unemployment benefits, defers payroll taxBEDMINSTER, N.J. — Bypassing Congress, President Donald Trump on Saturday signed executive orders deferring payroll taxes for some Americans and extending unemployment benefits after negotiations on a new coronavirus rescue package collapsed.

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Patricia Ann LandenMcFarland - Patricia Ann Landen, age 61, gained her angel wings after a courageous battle with cancer on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 in the comfort of her home, surrounded by her family.Â.

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Ruth Clare WoodMIDDLETON – Ruth Clare Wood, age 85, of Middleton, passed away on Monday, Aug. 3, 2020, at Agrace HospiceCare.

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Gary S. KirchHe was preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Imelda Kirch. He is survived by his siblings, Fred , Walter , Joe , Randy , Linda, Dale , Terry, Donna , Dennis, Rick and a host of nieces and nephews.

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Marian JorgensonMarian Jorgenson, age 97 of Darlington, WI passed away Friday, August 7, 2020 at Lafayette Manor in Darlington.

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Kodak deal to produce generic drugs on hold during investigation into 'allegations of wrongdoing'It was announced July 28 that Kodak would receive a $765 million federal loan to help reduce the U.S. reliance on other countries for ingredients used in generic drugs.

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President Trump to sign executive orders on coronavirus reliefPresident Trump is expected to sign executive orders after coronavirus relief stimulus discussions broke down this week on Capitol Hill.

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This is What School Reopening Plans Are in 10 Major Wisconsin School DistrictsThis is what heading back to school looks like for your kids, based on where you live.

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Trump to sign executive orders after stimulus talks broke down on Capitol HillThe executive actions, which Trump laid out Friday at a hastily called news conference at his New Jersey golf club, are expected to include a payroll tax deferment, extending unemployment benefits, extending an eviction moratorium and deferring student loan payments and forgiving their interest.

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38 new cases of COVID-19 in Northwestern Wisconsin on Aug. 8Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor and Washburn counties reported new cases of COVID-19 Saturday, Aug.

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LIVE: Trump held Saturday, Aug. 8, news conferenceWASHINGTON — President Donald Trump held a news conference Saturday, August 8. Watch a video of the event below.

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Wisconsin reports 1,165 new COVID-19 cases, 6 new deathsThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services is reporting 1,165 new COVID-19 cases on Saturday. A total of 59,933 people have tested positive for the virus.

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President Trump holds Saturday press briefing at New Jersey resortPresident Donald Trump will hold a press briefing Saturday afternoon at his golf resort in Bedminster, New Jersey.

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Wisconsin sees new record-breaking COVID-19 cases in a dayWisconsin health officials said another 1,165 people have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Saturday afternoon.

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Wisconsin surpasses 1K COVID-19 deaths, inches closer to 60K confirmed casesWisconsin has now surpassed 1,000 confirmed coronavirus deaths, according to state and county health officials.

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Salmonella outbreak linked to onions expands to hundreds of people sickened in 43 statesA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected 640 people from 43 states.

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Two children and three adults killed after someone set a Denver home on fire and fled, police sayThe blaze in the two-story home started about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Authorities determined early on that it was intentionally set and started a homicide investigation, said Joe Montoya, division chief for investigations at the Denver Police Department.

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Wisconsin Badgers football: B1G says, well, not a whole lot about the fall seasonThe B1G said that teams will not be in pads yet as practice gets started for Wisconsin on Monday.

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UW System ordering more than 350,000 COVID-19 tests for fall semesterStudents showing symptoms of COVID-19 will be tested, and the System will provide tests every other week for students living in residence halls.

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Mid-American Conference cancels all fall sports due to COVID-19; possible Spring seasonThe Mid-American Conference announced on Saturday that it would be canceling the fall season for all sports due to COVID-19 concerns.

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Twin brothers start chair building business amid pandemicTeenagers spend most of their summers hanging out with friends, going on vacation or being at camp.

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The Birthright of a Sunny DayAllergic reactions to caffeine stimulate the medulla oblongata to contort and recreate the spineless position of villains vandalizing the purple from Mountains Majesty.

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Wisconsin Badgers football 2020 fall practice position preview: running backsWisconsin has to replace one of the best to ever do it in 2020.

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Authorities: Kenosha police officer shot; suspect soughtMILWAUKEE — Authorities say a Kenosha police officer was shot early Saturday while investigating a possible illegal entry into a car.

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Mock gallows, tear gas and flying rocks. Beirut erupts in violent protest days after blastLebanese security forces have fired several rounds of tear gas at anti-government protesters who are on the streets of central Beirut demanding accountability after Tuesday's blast which ripped through the city.

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20 on '20: Wisconsin's SafetiesTalkin' about a deep and versatile group that should pay dividends for Wisconsin... whenever they suit up.

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History professor who has accurately predicted every election since 1984 says Trump will loseIn an interview with CNN, Lichtman was definitive in his answer: "The keys predict that Donald Trump will lose the White House this year."

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'It's About Everybody Else Who Wasn't Able to Come Home': Appleton is Wisconsin's newest Purple Heart City'It's About Everybody Else Who Wasn't Able to Come Home': Appleton is Wisconsin's newest Purple Heart City.

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Milwaukee police search for suspect who escaped police custodyPolice say Marquis R. Martin was arrested and escaped around 6:04 p.m., in the 3000 block of S.

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State data now includes backlog of negative COVID-19 test resultsDHS added a chart that includes unverified negative results and calculates a separate seven-day average of the positive test percentage.

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Canada's last intact ice shelf collapses due to warmingThis July 2015 photo taken by University of Ottawa glaciology professor Luke Copland shows Canadian Ice Service ice analyst Adrienne White taking a photo of cracks of the Milne Ice Shelf, which just broke apart.

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Packers Welcome their Newest Teammate Home to WisconsinWagner attended a couple of Packers preseason games and training camps as a kid. The former Lion and Raven signed a two-year deal in free agency with the Packers and now he joins an exclusive club: Guys who played high school, college and pro football in the state of Wisconsin.

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Shopping Angels provide free grocery delivery amid pandemicWISCONSIN — The Wisconsin State Shopping Angels are now providing free grocery delivery for citizens during the pandemic.

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Kenosha, Wisconsin police officer shot after exchanging gunfire with suspectA Kenosha police officer is in the hospital after he was shot Saturday morning while responding to a call, Wisconsin Department of Justice says.

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Coronavirus In Wisconsin: State Nears 1,000 COVID-19 Deaths; New High In Positive CasesMILWAUKEE — Wisconsin confirmed six new COVID-19 deaths on Saturday, bringing the statewide death toll to 996.

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Americans are moving around too much and taking coronavirus with them, expert saysWhen case numbers start to come down, people tend to interact more, and more movement predicts how the virus will spread, said Dr. Christopher Murray, director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington.

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New, acting Milwaukee Police Chief assumes new roleMILWAUKEE — Friday, Michael Brunson, a 25-year-veteran of the Milwaukee Police Department, was sworn in as acting police chief following the demotion of his predecessor, Alfonso Morales.

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Remains of Marines, sailor recovered from amphibious vehicle sunk off California coastTheir remains will soon be transferred to Dover Air Force Base in Delaware to be prepared for burial, according to the US Marine Corps.

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5 Ways to Safely Enjoy the Wisconsin State FairThe Wisconsin State Fair looks different this year. The Wisconsin State Fair is about tradition and showcasing our pride as Wisconsinites.

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New City Development Commissioner uses what he learned while leading DNC diversity effortMILWAUKEE — What can the city of Milwaukee still gain from the Democratic National Convention, after learning this week the event has been scaled back even more?

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Investigation reveals reported attempted abduction was not actually attempted abduction, Middleton police sayMiddleton police said Saturday that a recent report of an attempted abduction was not actually an attempted abduction.

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Kenosha police officer shot, suspect still at large, police sayA Kenosha police officer was shot early Saturday morning and the suspect is still at large, according to the Kenosha Police Department.

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A man who was sentenced to life in prison for selling $30 of marijuana will be freedDerek Harris, who was arrested in 2008 in Louisiana for selling an officer.69 grams of marijuana, was recently resentenced to time served.

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Trump steps back from involving himself in Libya's bloody civil warRecent pleas by the leaders of Turkey, Egypt and others for Trump to get involved in the conflict have fallen on deaf ears, several foreign and US officials tell CNN.

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Survey results show fragile economic recovery in WisconsinThe results show a fragile recovery that still hasn't started for many businesses.

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Northland Nature: Arrowheads point the way along shoresRetired teacher Larry Weber, a Barnum resident, is the author of several books, including "Butterflies of the North Woods," "Spiders of the North Woods," "Webwood" and "In a Patch of Goldenrods." Contact him via Katie Rohman at.

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Victim of fatal Town of Magnolia crash identified by medical officialsThe Rock County Medical Examiner's Department has identified the victim of a fatal crash that happened near the intersection of State Highway 104 and Atkinson Road in late July.

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3 Things to Watch: 'The Secret Garden,' 'Howard' and 'Babe'Film critic Wil Loper recommends three must-watches for this weekend including "The Secret Garden," "Howard" and "Babe."

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Wisconsin Badgers football 2020 fall camp preview: walk-on watchWith fall camp opening up Monday, August 10 in anticipation of the home opener against the Indiana Hoosiers in early September, we at Bucky's 5th Quarter wanted to take a detailed look at how some of the walk-ons on the 2020 roster might factor into the prospects of the team.

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Air India plane crashes in Kerala after skidding off the runwayAn Air India Express plane crashed in the South Indian state of Kerala after skidding off the runway and breaking into two while landing at Kozhikode Calicut International Airport.

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Letter: No shoes, no shirt, no mask, no serviceSince law enforcement will not be enforcing the mask mandate in most all of Wisconsin to save lives and control the spread of COVID-19, those of us who care about our fellow human beings have a choice to take matters into our own hands.

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A new video shows another Black man in custody pleading, 'I can't breathe,' before his deathVideo that shows a Black man in apparent medical distress repeatedly telling officers, "I can't breathe," days before he died in a hospital was released this week following a North Carolina judge's order.

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Coronavirus Wisconsin Today: WI COVID-19 cases increase 1,165, 6 new deathsThe updated Wisconsin coronavirus cases total 59.933 with 996 deaths. Here's what you need to know about the WI cases and spread of COVID-19 in the state.

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Quirky Tales: Racing pigeons find their way homeA Minnesota family races pigeons, inspiring the first episode of an animation collaboration between Forum Communications Co.

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73rd Alice in Dairyland: Get your Wisconsin State Fair Food fixThe 73rd Alice in Dairyland introduces herself and shares ways to experience all your state fair favorites.

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Great American Outdoors Act: What Can It Mean For Wisconsin?New funding could go toward expanding public lands, renovating trails, building city parks, and more.

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Wisconsin coronavirus: 1,165 new COVID-19 cases, another recordThose positive cases made up 8.9% of the 13,162 test results reported by the Department of Health Services on Saturday.

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Wisconsin sees new record-breaking COVID-19 cases in a dayWisconsin health officials said another 1,165 people have tested positive for COVID-19 as of Saturday afternoon.

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Madison, Wisconsin's Maple Bluff Has a ‘Storybook Feel'The neighborhood is bordered by a lake and its streets are dotted with mature maple trees.

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Natural Connections: Butterflies are weirdOn one of those steamy, hot, and humid mornings last month I found myself staring out of my air conditioned office at the museum's vibrantly blooming pollinator gardens.

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Trump's Path To Re-ElectionAlthough many bogus polls show Joe Biden leading the presidential race by insane numbers, truth is President Trump is basically in the same position he was in 2016.

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Wisconsin Weather ForecastHighs will reach well into the 80s.

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Suspect on loose after shooting Kenosha police officer, Wisconsin DOJ says12,000 crew members still on cruise ships in US waters months after COVID-19 pandemic shut cruising down.

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1945: Flags at half-staff for Wisconsin war heroState officials confirmed that at least two local people contracted Legionnaires’ Disease in a suspected outbreak of the disease that has made at least 28 Mankato residents ill and killed one man.

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Bauer strikes out 12 as Reds defeat Brewers 8-3MILWAUKEE — Trevor Bauer had another stellar outing and Matt Davidson and Nick Castellanos homered to lead the Cincinnati Reds past the Milwaukee Brewers 8-3.

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Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer met with Biden to discuss VP job, sources sayGretchen Whitmer has met with presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, making her one of the handful of vice presidential finalists to meet with Biden.

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Historian whose method has accurately predicted elections weighs in on 2020Allan Lichtman is a historian who wrote "The Keys to the White House," which outlines 13 metrics for predicting the outcome of a presidential election.

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Twins fall to Royals for second straight lossLess than two weeks into the season, the Minnesota Twins were already missing 60 percent of their starting rotation to injury.

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People want change from new Milwaukee police chiefMILWAUKEE — A change in leadership at the top of the Milwaukee Police Department brings a lot of expectations for the community.

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Charter school preps parents to help kids learn at homeThe pandemic has put a lot of focus on students and their schooling needs this fall, but Sage Oak thought, "What about the parents?"

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MPD: Bullet enters windshield, nearly hits driver following shooting on Madison's east sideMadison police found several shell casings following a shooting on the city's east side Friday night.

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Georgia DA who charged officers faces tough primary runoffATLANTA — Amid misconduct allegations and police brutality protests, the top prosecutor in Georgia's most populous county is fighting to keep his job.

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Vice President Pence to campaign in Wisconsin during DNCA Trump campaign official confirms to ABC News that Pence will be in Wisconsin on Wednesday, August 19, the night presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden's vice presidential pick is scheduled to speak.

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Wisconsin women's soccer team starts preseason campThe Wisconsin women's soccer team was the first on campus to officially hold preseason camp this week as they pioneer their way through COVID-19.

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'He's the scum of the earth': Family of 2 Wisconsin brothers killed in Missouri shares story of heartbreaking lossOne year after two brothers died while visiting a Missouri farm, their family is sharing their story of heartbreak and loss.

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Fauci says he'll repeat the importance of public health principles 'until I'm exhausted'Dr. Anthony Fauci says there are five or six things to keep the spread of the coronavirus in check.

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Stimulus talks break down on Capitol Hill as negotiators walk away without a dealNegotiations over the next stimulus package intended to bolster the economy and help struggling Americans pay their bills have stalled on Capitol Hill with Democrats and Trump administration officials walking away after talks broke down on Friday and devolved into partisan finger-pointing.

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Georgia student who posted photo of a crowded school hallway and called it 'good and necessary trouble' is no longer suspended, her mom saysThe mother of a student who was suspended after posting a photo on Twitter that showed her high school's crowded hallways this week tells CNN that her daughter's suspension has been reversed.

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Shirley QuammeShirley A. Quamme age 84 passed away on Thursday, August 6, 2020 at the Larson House.

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Twins' Josh Donaldson hits injured list with calf strainThe Twins will not see Josh Donaldson, their big free-agent acquisition, play on this road trip after placing him on the injured list before Friday night's game with a right calf strain.

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Asia Today: Australian state records 466 cases, 12 deathsMELBOURNE, Australia — The Australian state of Victoria recorded 466 new cases of COVID-19 and 12 deaths, including another man in his 30s.

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Michigan county official resigns after defending racist slurTRAVERSE CITY, Mich. — An official in a northern Michigan county says another official who acknowledged using a racist slur plans to resign.

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El Salvador political stalemate a drag on pandemic responseSAN SALVADOR, El Salvador — For months, the strictest measures confronting the COVID-19 pandemic in Latin America seemed to keep infections in check in El Salvador, but a gradual reopening combined with a political stalemate has seen infections increase nearly fourfold.

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Man says he was attacked for flying ‘Trump 2020' flag at central Wisconsin campgroundThe weekend of August 1 was meant to be a fun and relaxing one with family and friends at the Oasis Campground for Greg Bloch.

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Bad week for Mexico tourism capped by mis-translationsMEXICO CITY — It has been a bad week for Mexican tourism promotion, after "anything goes" tourism ads were pulled and Mexico was slapped with a U.S. "do not travel" advisory.

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Severe Thunderstorm Watch Until Sat 1:00 Am CdtMore storms are possible in several rounds throughout this very humid& Continue Reading.

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Joe Arpaio loses sheriff's race in 2nd failed comeback bidArpaio also ran an unsuccessful U.S. Senate campaign in 2018, not long after President Donald Trump pardoned his criminal conviction for disobeying a judge's order.

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Barry Alvarez on fate of 2020 college football season: ‘I'm concerned. I'm very concerned.'The Wisconsin legend said he's 'afraid' ahead of the 2020 season and has a variety of valid concerns as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage across the country.

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REPORT: Michigan Gov. Whitmer met with Biden as he nears VP decisionGretchen Whitmer went to Delaware to meet with Joe Biden as he neared the announcement of his vice presidential choice, two high-ranking Michigan Democrats tell The Associated Press.

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Chase Briscoe raves about Road AmericaPLYMOUTH — Nearly every driver raves about Road America, in God's country. Add Chase Briscoe to the mix.

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Teach Me How To Shruggy2020 has a way of warping one's perspective of the news. This week there were stories that years or even months ago would have felt unimaginable - a rap superstar filed to be on Wisconsin's presidential ballot; the much-hyped DNC in Milwaukee that was supposed to woo Wisconsin voters won't even feature the party's candidate; and a federal judge...

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Sprecher Brewers gives away 16,000 root beer floats ThursdayThe free floats were apart of Sprecher's Root Beer Float Day celebration. Prior to the event, Sprecher stated that they were hoping to set the Guinness world record for the largest root beer float drive-thru.

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Moving safely in a pandemic takes more planning, more moneyIf you're considering moving, here's what to know from a financial standpoint, as well as tips to make moving day safer.

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Kanye West's nomination papers challenged in WisconsinMADISON, Wis. — Rapper Kanye West's attempt to get on Wisconsin's presidential ballot as a third-party candidate is being challenged.

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Vice President Pence to campaign in Wisconsin during DNCVice President Mike Pence will campaign in Wisconsin as the state's biggest city hosts the Democratic National Convention.

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At least 6 cars stolen by burglars on city's east side, MPD saysPolice are investigating after several cars were stolen from the east side Friday morning.

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Last-ditch virus aid talks collapse; no help for jobless nowWASHINGTON — A last-ditch effort by Democrats to revive collapsing Capitol Hill talks on vital COVID-19 rescue money have ended in disappointment.

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Marquette President's son drops out after racist, sexist posts surfaceMILWAUKEE — The Marquette student newspaper reported that the son of the President of Marquette University has dropped out because of racist and sexist remarks he made online.

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Alliant Energy Center holding Food Truck FridaysHere's an idea to safely get together with friends: Food Truck Fridays at the Alliant Energy Center.

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Monona installs new ballot drop off boxThe City of Monona is hoping to make voting absentee a little easier for its residents.

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Viewawkee: Milwaukee County Historical Society launches new tourism programMILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee County Historical Society has launched a new tourism program that allows visitors and citizens to take a look into the past.

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Staying safe and managing social pressures during COVID-19COVID-19 has upended every aspect of our lives, including our social lives.

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President Trump says he'll sign executive order on payroll taxes, student loans, unemploymentThe order remains questionable on how it will be funded without Congressional authorization.

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‘The market is saturated': Demand for distilleries' hand sanitizer slowsLocal distilleries started hand sanitizer production at the beginning of the pandemic to help with shortages and to stay afloat.

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Should masks be warn at family gatherings? How the holidays may look differentWhile public health experts agree that face coverings are effective at reducing the spread of the virus, two prominent public health experts take a different approach when it comes to taking precarious around extended family.

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US court will rehear Epstein victims' claims over plea dealST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — A federal appeals court decided Friday to reconsider claims that Florida federal prosecutors violated the rights of Jeffrey Epstein's sex abuse victims by not informing them about a secret plea deal.

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Newshounds Now Update: A thirsty kitty, a soaking bear and a paddle-boarding goatAs we enter the dog days of summer, two dogs are not slowing down. Lola and Lui join Live at Four for this week's Newshounds Now Update.

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Andre Patterson says Vikings will ‘be just fine' at nose tackleIt has been an adventure this year for the Minnesota Vikings at nose tackle. Last March, in a salary-related move, they released Linval Joseph, who made two Pro Bowls in six Minnesota seasons.

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ACLU: New Milwaukee police chief shouldn't use harsh tacticsMADISON, Wis. — The American Civil Liberties Union is warning the Milwaukee Police Department that its new chief shouldn't use harsh tactics against protesters.

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Fire and Police Commission offers little explanation after voting to demote Chief Alfonso MoralesMILWAUKEE — The day after the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission voted unanimously to demote Chief Alfonso Morales, its members offered little explanation for their decision.

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Recent report on Wisconsin CARES Act funds from U.S. Treasury doesn't show full spending pictureA recent report from the U.S. Treasury Department shows Wisconsin spent 3.8% of the money it got from the last round of coronavirus relief by June 30, but those numbers don't account for all spending.

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Wisconsin educators discuss fall school plansIn Wisconsin, 421 school districts are in a limbo of how and when students return to school sometime in the fall.

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Kanye West's nomination papers challenged in WisconsinMADISON, Wis. — Rapper Kanye West's attempt to get on Wisconsin's presidential ballot as a third-party candidate is being challenged.

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A Look at How a Lack of Packers Fans Will Impact Green Bay's EconomyBusiness owners in the stadium district near Lambeau Field say the pandemic continues to hit them hard.

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Challenges allege West nomination papers filed after deadline, have deficienciesVoting booths at the Doyle Administration Building, a polling place on election day in Madison, on Tuesday, April 3, 2018.

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Two challenges claim Kanye West's nomination papers should be voidedOne of the complaints claims that West's nomination papers were not turned in on time, West failed to list his actual address of residence and the circulator's address was not included on some pages, which goes against a state statute.

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Challenges filed against Kanye West's bid to get on Wisconsin ballotWISCONSIN — Challenges have been filed to prevent Kanye West from being listed on Wisconsin ballots this election.

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Multiple coronavirus cases linked to sporting tournaments in Wisconsin DellsEmails detailing positive cases were provided to News 3 Now on Friday by a coach whose team participated in a tournament at JustAgame Fieldhouse in Wisconsin Dells in July.

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Good time for Vikings to have quarterback continuityKirk Cousins set to start third consecutive season opener, a rarity for Minnesota.

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Dr. Zorba answers your medical questionsDr. Zorba Paster answers your medical questions live on the air.

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Trump campaign running two candidates for president in WisconsinRachel Maddow points out that one of the lawyers representing the Trump campaign in a court case in Wisconsin is also involved in getting Kanye West on the ballot in Wisconsin as part of a collection of dirty campaign tricks that comprise the Trump reelection strategy.

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CDC gives recommendation for vaccinations during pandemicThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has issued recommendations for those looking to receive vaccinations during the pandemic.

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Kanye West's nomination papers challenged in WisconsinMADISON, Wis. — Rapper Kanye West's attempt to get on Wisconsin's presidential ballot as a third-party candidate is being challenged.

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Annual Wisconsin Valley Fair Market Animal Show and Sale to stream live SaturdayOnce again, WSAW and WZAW will be livestreaming the Annual Wisconsin Valley Fair Market Animal Show and Sale beginning around 11 a.m.

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Wisconsin Badgers football recruiting: 3-star WR Skyler Bell announces top-five, sets decision dateSkyler Bell, out of The Taft School in Connecticut, has the Badgers in his top-five.

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Harleys everywhere, masks nowhere: Sturgis draws thousandsSTURGIS, S.D. — Thousands of bikers are pouring into the small South Dakota city of Sturgis as the 80th Sturgis Motorcycle Rally rumbles to life despite fears it could lead to a massive coronavirus outbreak.

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Percentage of positive COVID-19 cases increases FridayWisconsin continues to have a high level of COVID-19 activity, according to the Department of Health Services.

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Double shooting leaves man dead, MPD searching for suspectMILWAUKEE — Milwaukee police continue to search for the suspect in a double shooting that left one man dead and a woman injured.

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Dr. Zorba helps to clarify some of the confusing bits of information about COVID-19It's been nearly six months since the coronavirus pandemic changed all of our lives.

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Aircraft training exercises out of Volk Field to start next weekThe Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs announced Friday that military aircraft training will take place out of Volk Field in Juneau County from Aug.

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Multiple road maintenance projects set for NE Wisconsin next weekThe Wisconsin Department of Transportation has announced multiple maintenance projects will take place across Northeast Wisconsin next week.

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Biden says he would not add to the border wall if electedWhile there has been over 200 miles of wall built during Trump's tenure, most of the sections were to replace existing barriers.

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Get your craft coffee fix at Fairgrounds Coffee and TeaA new coffee and tea shop in Milwaukee is serving up drinks from around the country.

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Beloit Police Chief Zibolski named finalist for police chief position in Fargo, NDCity of Beloit Police Chief David Zibolski is among the top three finalists to be Fargo, North Dakota's next police chief.

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Wisconsin youth vote plays major role in 2020 presidential electionThe state of Wisconsin will play a key role in the 2020 presidential election.

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Health officials say COVID-19 spreading from unmasked, mainstream summer activitiesROCHESTER, Minn. "There is a ripple effect of our actions," state commissioner of health Jan Malcolm said during a Friday afternoon, Aug.

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ACLU: New Milwaukee police chief shouldn't use harsh tacticsMADISON, Wis. — The American Civil Liberties Union is warning the Milwaukee Police Department that its new chief shouldn't use harsh tactics against protesters.

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Asbury, Schroeder close on the issues in 55th AD GOP primaryLauri Asbury and Jay Schroeder largely agree on the issues as they seek the Republican nomination for the Fox Valley’s 55th Assembly District.

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Packers' Offensive Lineman Corey Linsley Talks Season, Bryan Bulaga DepartureHe's not exactly a household name for the Packers, but he touches the ball on every offensive snap.

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41st AD GOP primary candidates have differing views on addressing mental healthThree Republican candidates running in the Fond du Lac-area 41st Assembly District showed some variance in their thoughts on how to treat Wisconsinites’ mental health.

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White House, House Dems say they're no closer to deal on stimulusTreasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said he will recommend President Trump sign an executive order on extending a freeze to federal student loans, a halt on evictions and reimplementing unemployment supplements.

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'Operation Legend' leads to dozens of arrests, seizure of firearms in MilwaukeeSince the commencement of the operation that brought dozens of federal investigators to Milwaukee, over 30 arrests have been made and over 20 firearms have been seized.

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Liberty University's Falwell taking leave of absence"The Executive Committee of Liberty University's Board of Trustees, acting on behalf of the full Board, met today and requested that Jerry Falwell, Jr. take an indefinite leave of absence from his roles as President and Chancellor of Liberty University, to which he has agreed, effective immediately," the statement read.

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FoodShare expands benefits to over\u00a0220,000 Wisconsin households'FoodShare stepped up and saved me': 220,000 more Wisconsin households can use food stamps for July and August.

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Michael Brunson Sworn-In as Acting Milwaukee Police Chief on FridayBrunson has been with the Milwaukee Police Department since 1995. He was promoted to the rank of Assistant Chief under Alfonso Morales.

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Military planes visible in Northeast Wisconsin as part of Northern Lightning trainingUnits from Wisconsin, California, Idaho, Minnesota, New York, Vermont and Virginia will participate in Northern Lightning.

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GM unveils Cadillac's first-ever all-electric vehicleGeneral Motors unveiled the all-electric Cadillac LYRIQ on Thursday. The company describes it as a "dynamic, modern and fully electric luxury crossover."

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NASA to reexamine 'insensitive' nicknames for cosmic objectsNASA says they are reexamining nicknames for distant objects in outer space such as planets, galaxies, and nebulae because they are insensitive and could be actively harmful.

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Wisconsin sports round up: Bucks clinch top seed, Badgers ranked in preseason coaches pollThe Green Bay Packers announced Thursday no fans will be at their first two home games.

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'The virus is insidious': Medical College of Wisconsin encourages public to wear masks to combat COVID-19"Scientific evidence shows that when all people wear masks in public, transmission of COVID-19 is reduced."

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Exhibit Celebrates Wisconsin's Place In Comic Strip HistoryA new exhibit in West Bend and Milwaukee showcases over 200 works by Wisconsin cartoonists and comic strip creators.

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Geraci Law Helping Madison, WIGeraci Law is now taking cases in Madison, Wisconsin and the surrounding areas! If you are in the Western District of Wisconsin, Geraci Law can help you handle your debt.

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Here is how you can watch the Democratic National ConventionWhile the Democratic National Convention may look different this year, the convention committee announced ways in which you can still watch it.

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Wisconsin Elections Commission outlines important things voters should know for Primary DayThe Wisconsin Elections Commission today released its list of the top things Wisconsin voters should know for the Partisan Primary, Tuesday, August 11.

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Fact check: Trump lawyer helped Kanye West try to get on Wisconsin's ballotClaim: 'The GOP lawyer who helped Kanye West get on the ballot in Wisconsin is actively working for Donald Trump's campaign.'

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Country's largest public university system making cultural changes to its curriculumBeginning in the fall of 2023, all California State University students will be required to take a three-unit ethnic studies or social justice course to graduate.

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Man returns to shop to apologize for burglaryThe outlet obtained security camera footage of a man returning to a convenience store to apologize for breaking into the store a week earlier.

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'The virus is insidious': Medical College of Wisconsin encourages public to wear masks to combat COVID-19"Scientific evidence shows that when all people wear masks in public, transmission of COVID-19 is reduced."

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DNC: How to watch the 2020 ConventionMILWAUKEE—The Democratic National Convention Committee today announced over a dozen options for watching the 2020 Democratic National Convention, ensuring that this year’s convention will reach viewers where they are, however they prefer to watch, all across the nation.

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Wisconsin Kicks Off 'Badger Legacy Campaign'However, he also asked those fans to use the funds for the newly-formed Badger Legacy Campaign to help counteract "revenue losses" from the COVID-19 pandemic, which he stated could be in range of $60 to $100 million.

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Changes, closures and cancellations due to COVID-19This list will be updated as needed. Check back for updates. Send additions to [email protected]

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Veteran reunites with K-9 partner he was separated from after serving in AfghanistanAfter serving on the Army's bomb detection team in the Middle East, a soldier and his K-9 partner were separated and the veteran wasn't given the chance to adopt the dog.

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WI Daily: One in 100 Wisconsin Residents Have Tested Positive For COVID-19State testing data shows state hits threshold for first time. Milwaukee County is greater than one in 50.

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20 new cases of COVID-19 in Northwestern Wisconsin on Aug. 7A model of the novel coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China in late 2019. U.S. health officials have stated that COVID-19 is expected to become a significant public health concern in the United States.

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A Wisconsin man with visual impairment tried to vote. The coronavirus got in his way.Don Natzke, 69, has lived nearly his entire life with visual impairment. Natzke previously served as the executive director of the Milwaukee County Office for Persons with Disabilities, where he promoted accessible governmental policies to include people with disabilities.

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Where to get help in the NorthlandThis list includes resources where people can get help during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check back for updates.

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How to help in the NorthlandThis list includes ways the public can help area organizations and causes during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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At least 2 challenges filed against Kanye West's bid to be on the Wisconsin ballotKanye West is coming to South Carolina to hold a campaign rally Sunday.

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Complaints ask Wisconsin to keep Kanye West off presidential ballotThe challenge also suggests there are numerous problems with West's nomination papers, including incorrect addresses for circulators and bogus signatures, such as "Mickey Mouse" and "Bernie Sanders."  It also included affidavits from six individuals who said they were duped into putting their names on West's paperwork.Â.

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Alfonso Morales considering his options in wake of demotion, attorney saysIn the wake of the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission's decision to demote former police chief Alfonso Morales, he's considering all of his options right now, his attorney told WTMJ 620 radio.

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Lack of testing leads to COVID-19 data flaws, Wisconsin health officials sayWisconsin health officials said that a need for more testing leads to discrepancies in how COVID-19 data is reported, in some ways leading to a balancing act between providing up-to-date and accurate data.

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Former Angels employee charged in overdose death of pitcher Tyler SkaggsA former employee of the Los Angeles Angels is being charged for allegedly supplying the drugs that killed pitcher Tyler Skaggs last year, according to multiple reports.

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Mike Pence to visit Wisconsin week that Joe Biden would have for DNC"Mike Pence bragging about ignoring local health guidance to campaign in Wisconsin isn't only a reflection of how desperate the Trump campaign is to stop their downward spiral," Ducklo said.

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Margaret BennettMargaret Bennett passed on 8/5/2020. She was born Feb. 20,1935 to Ted and Myrtle Esther Sage in Chicago, IL.  She graduated from Downers Grove, IL.

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Donation helping San Diego students learn online without having to connect to WiFiThe pandemic has exposed a long-standing problem across the county: a lack of internet access in homes.

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Arizona police department may charge Lori Daybell in late husband's deathThe Chandler Police Department in Arizona says it may file charges against Lori Daybell in connection to the death of her late husband, Charles Vallow, but that the decision to ultimately charge her will come from the prosecutor's office.

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Wisconsin reports 12 new COVID-19 deaths and 989 new positive casesThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services says the state confirmed just shy of 1,000 new cases Friday.

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Cardinals' game against Cubs postponed after positive testST. LOUIS — The Cardinals' game Friday against the Chicago Cubs was postponed after another St. Louis player tested positive for COVID-19.

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Kanye West is still running for president, here's where he will appear on the ballotKanye West had been a supporter of President Donald Trump.

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DMV: It's not too late to get an ID to vote in Tuesday's primaryThe DMV says voters who don't already have a Wisconsin driver license, ID or other form of identification to show at the polls can still get a Wisconsin ID.

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Wisconsin update on COVID-19 response"We will explore new data elements on the DHS COVID-19 website," officials say.

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Early-intervention system flags officer misconduct patternsA Chicago-based company built a system for police departments to use that tracks officer misconduct before it becomes egregious.

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Plane skids off runway in India; 16 killed, dozens hurtNEW DELHI — An Air India Express flight with 190 people on board skidded off a runway and split in two while landing Friday in heavy rain in southern India.

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'I took it personally': Ex-Denver officer helps find fugitive missing for 46 yearsIt's been a long time coming for former Denver police officer Daril Cinquanta, but persistence paid off.

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American Bridge 21st Century: Adds to PA, WI ad buyIn response to Republican smears against Joe Biden, American Bridge 21st Century is adding nearly $1 million to its $25 million ad buy and launching new ads targeting seniors and small-town, rural voters necessary to Donald Trump’s re-election efforts.

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Virtual LUNG FORCE Walk MilwaukeeJoin us as we walk together at Venue Park in Blueprint City to raise awareness and funds to defeat lung cancer and raise our voices for lung health.

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United States delivers humanitarian aid to Beirut after deadly port explosionThe United States says they are delivering critical supplies to Lebanon after a deadly port explosion occurred on Tuesday.

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Wisconsin exports on pace for $2.45 billion drop this yearWisconsin companies exported $9.74 billion in goods during the first six months of the year, an 11.3% drop from the same period in 2019.

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Wisconsin Commit Jack Pugh an SI All-American Top 10 Y-Tight End in 2021 ClassSI All-American continues to break down position groups of the 2021 class, and a future Badger finds himself amongst the nation's best for a key unit that Wisconsin utilizes often.

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Reigning champion Wisconsin Glo season postponed to 2021, banner to be unveiled this monthThe Fox Valley Pro Basketball-owned team will, however, unveil its championship banner Aug. 22 at Menominee Nation Arena during The Fox Valley Food Truck Championship.

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Seniors using technology to get through pandemicConnie Nelson works with the elderly, who need assistance in their homes. She says introducing this generation that's used to delayed gratification to technology is playing a huge role in helping them get through this pandemic.

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More than 222K households will receive additional FoodShare benefits for July, AugustMore than 222,000 homes will receive more FoodShare benefits for August, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced Friday morning.

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New guidelines suggest doctors rely less on BMI when diagnosing obesityWorld leaders in obesity research are optimistic about new guidelines out of Canada, which take a more holistic approach to diagnosing and treating obesity.

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Free COVID-19 testing event in Wisconsin Rapids WednesdayThe Wood County Health Department has requested assistance from the Wisconsin National Guard to scale up COVID-19 testing in the area.

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Legal battle over NRA lawsuit could go on for years, law professor saysA UCLA law professor who specializes in the Second Amendment says the New York attorney general's lawsuit against the NRA is just the start.

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New Harbor District mural depicts importance of Milwaukee River wildlifeA new mural is coming to South Water Street in the Harbor District. Rochester artist Justin Suarez, is painting a mural depicting Milwaukee River wildlife in the Harbor District Milwaukee.

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Contact tracing-app shows you how close COVID-19 cases are to youThe NOVID contact-tracing app can measure, down to the inch, how far away you are from someone who has tested positive for COVID-19.

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'They're not even trying to hide the racism': Wisconsin Democrats blast GOP efforts to aid Kanye West's candidacyCNN)Black Democratic officials and organizers in Wisconsin watched in horror as rapper Kanye West appeared to qualify for the state's presidential ballot this week with the help of Republican operatives - not because they are worried he will be successful, but because they believe the GOP efforts are based on racist, lazy assumptions about young...

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Wisconsin football: what does Phil Steele think about the Badgers this year?The king of preseason college football predictions released his annual magazine a few weeks ago.

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Gen. Charles Q. Brown sworn-in as first Black Air Force chiefCharles Q. Brown Jr., right, is sworn in as Chief of Staff of the Air Force in the Oval Office of the White House, with his wife Sharene Guilford Brown holding the Bible, Tuesday, Aug.

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Black Lives Matter protesters in Utah face charges with potential life sentenceSALT LAKE CITY — Some Black Lives Matter protesters in Utah could face up to life in prison if they're convicted of splashing red paint and smashing windows during a protest.

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Wisconsin Badgers football 2020 returnee profile: Tyler MaisWill a key special teams contributor get on the field more with the defense?

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More than 220,000 Wisconsin household will receive additional FoodShare benefitsThe Wisconsin Department of Health Services will again provide additional FoodShare benefits to eligible households after Gov.

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Why Wisconsin is Losing the Fight Against the VirusWe are being governed by an extreme minority that is out of touch with the Wisconsin voters according to voting and survey results.

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Wisconsin Sports Round Up: Bucks Clinch Top Seed, Badgers Ranked In Preseason Coaches PollThe Wisconsin sports world produced plenty of news this week. The Packers say there'll be no fans at their first two home games, the Bucks are a top playoff seed and the Badgers are in the preseason top 25.

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LonelinessCivilians eliminate communication as if receiving their degradation is a privilege. Time compensates for the lapse of company by allowing entertainment to infiltrate consciousness, sequencing the blood from a frown to itemized nutrition, listed like movie credits, vying for affection from dilated tongue spurts.

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High-speed internet brings opportunity and jobs to rural townThe cost of bringing broadband to the Jackson County area wasn't cheap. Grants and loans covered most of the broadband network's $50-million cost.

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Milwaukee chef to appear on Food Network's 'Beat Bobby Flay'The duo also opened a fine dining restaurant and chef's table concept, EsterEv, inside DanDan later that year, which offers a globally influenced 10-course pre-fixed menu that changes weekly, the website says.

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Researchers in Virginia analyzing how Pinterest is being used to learn more about breast cancerVCU researchers analyzed a sample of 500 Pinterest posts which are referred to as pins.

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COVID-19 having big impact on outdoor recreation industry, public landsCrowded concerts, going to the movies and attending a baseball game: all are things not possible right now.

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How to incentivize wearing a mask for your childIt's tough enough to get a student to sit still, let alone keep a mask on all day.

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Gov. Cuomo: All New York school districts can reopen for upcoming academic yearNew York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced schools in New York State will reopen in September due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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State Street Businesses Find Hope in New Funding CampaignEfforts continue in hopes of helping Madison's famed State Street bounce back. In late July, Council turned down a proposal to support the strip's recovery following the days of unrest.

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CDC: 4 people dead, 11 others hospitalized after ingesting hand sanitizerThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say four people have died and 11 others have been hospitalized after they ingested hand sanitizer.

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Soul singer's powerful lyrics about race in America resonate a half century later'Is It Because I'm Black' reflects decades of struggle for civil rights.

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Shelter dog gets maternity photo shootIt's not just humans who enjoy a photo shoot before welcoming a new bundle of joy.

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With 2020 DNC dramatically downsized, push begins for Milwaukee to host again in 2024From the pandemic-ravaged ruins of Milwaukee’s hopes for the 2020 Democratic National Convention, calls are emerging to bring the quadrennial gathering back in 2024.

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Wisconsin Launches 'Badger Legacy Campaign'However, he also asked those fans to use the funds from the newly-formed Badger Legacy Campaign to help make up for the "revenue losses" from the COVID-19 pandemic, which he stated could be in range of $60 to $100 million.

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MCTS bus driver stops to help skunk in distressA Milwaukee County Transit System bus driver is being hailed a hero after he stepped in and helped a skunk in need along one of his routes.

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Census workers hit the ground in northern WisconsinCongressional representation and federal spending relies on a complete count every 10 years.

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Student suspended after posting photo of crowded school hallway on social mediaHannah Watters is a sophomore at North Paulding High School in Dallas, Georgia. The 15-year-old posted a photo on Twitter showing students walking down a crowded hallway.

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Kanye West's presidential ballot nomination papers challenged in WisconsinRapper Kanye West's attempt to get on Wisconsin's presidential ballot as a third-party candidate is being challenged.

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Coronavirus office shutdowns cause secondary health concern; CDC buildings closed because of itSeveral CDC buildings are now closed because the bacteria was found in their water system, likely because of the prolonged shutdown.

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Battleground Wisconsin poll: Is Biden making the right decision to not accept the Dem presidential nomination in Milwaukee?The convention in a statement revealed Biden would instead accept the nomination from his home in Delaware, after earlier saying he would still attend the highly downsized Democratic National Convention in the state’s largest city.

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WisOpinion.com: 'The Insiders' consider the potential impact of Tuesday's primariesWith the statewide partisan primary slated for Tuesday, the WisOpinion Insiders, Chvala and Jensen, consider how these low-turnout elections may affect legislative and congressional representation for years to come.

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Kanye West's nomination papers challenged in Wisconsin260 students and 8 teachers quarantined in Georgia school district after first week of school.

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