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The Milwaukee Bucks are selling excitement and potential and are doing everything they can to make the bandwagon sag at the axles. A win in their home opener helped rally the crowd.

The reason some people select the option is less environmental impact. No toxic embalming chemicals, no vault, no maintenance with riding mowers. Just a body, in a biodegradable container or shroud, in the ground.

O.J. Mayo gave the Bucks the scoring option they needed, coming off the bench to lift Milwaukee to a 93-81 home-opening victory over the Philadelphia 76ers in front of a raucous crowd Friday night.

The National Veterans Creative Arts Festival comes to Milwaukee for the first time on Sunday, including an art show and stage show featuring dancers, singers and musicians.

Strong winds will continue in Milwaukee overnight, with temperatures falling to about 30 degrees and a 40% chance of snow showers.

A white, Jewish congregation and a black Christian one will explore their shared narratives of slavery in an ambitious musical collaboration Sunday at Congregation Beth Israel Ner Tamid in Glendale.

The FBI has been called to a neighborhood in Oshkosh after hazardous material was found in a home.

Shocked and offended by explicit questions, some U.S. servicemen and women are complaining about a new sexual-assault survey,

A self-purported drug counselor who operates a "sober living house" allegedly allowed rampant drug use at the home.

A felon and his wife have been accused of conspiring to kill a River Falls police officer and threatening to harm a St. Croix County judge.

Strong winds toppled a 51-foot grain auger at a Racine County farm, killing the 64-year-old property owner.

A Sturgeon Bay book store owner facing child pornography charges secretly recorded customers using a restroom in the business.

New this afternoon from PolitiFact Wisconsin:

Caterpillar Inc. says the SEC is looking into accounting measures taken in its 2011 acquisition of mining equipment maker Bucyrus International Inc.

Bucks point guard Brandon Knight will be a restricted free agent next summer after contract extension talks concluded without a deal, a league source indicated Friday afternoon.

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