Breaking in WI

Good morning, Milwaukee. Here are few things going on in your city today.A wedding videographer returns to the couples whose nuptials he documented in "112 Weddings," a documentary screening tonight at the Jewish Community Center. "The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution" is screening at the Kohler Arts Center, and Joan Fontaine plays the title role with Orson Welles in "Jane Eyre" at the Charles Allis. These screenings are all in our weekly round-up of off-the-grid films in Milwaukee."The Art of Illumination" exhibit has just opened at the Jewish Museum, a show that seeks to make a difference through engagement of social, political and religious issues. It features the work of Arthur Szyk, a 21st-century artist working in the style of a 16th-century illuminator.Tonight George Hodgman, a veteran journalist, will be at Boswell Book Company to talk about his book "Bettyville," a poignant memoir about a son's journey home to Missouri to care for his mother.

Republicans voted for a man with little history in the GOP, no regard for political rules and decorum and a populist message trained against the political class. Democrats voted for a self-described socialist whose anti-Wall Street call to “revolution” is a rebuke to the powers that be on both sides.

Lingering snow is expected to end in Milwaukee on Tuesday night, but cold, below-normal temperatures are expected to stick around, according to the National Weather Service in Sullivan.

The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama’s sweeping plan to address climate change until legal challenges are resolved.

A woman killed in a skiing accident at the Cascade Mountain Ski Hill in Columbia County was identified by authorities as Bethany L. Rieth, 24, of Oconto Falls, WBAY-TV reported Tuesday.

A woman who said proceeds from a tax and identity theft scam that netted her and two sisters almost a quarter-million dollars money came from “the tooth fairy” was sentenced Tuesday to 14 years in prison, authorities said.

Alcohol and speed are suspected of contributing to a violent weekend crash on Milwaukee’s northwest side that killed two men, the Milwaukee County medical examiner’s office reported Tuesday.

Racine-based S.C. Johnson & Son Inc. said Tuesday it has donated 54,000 units of insect repellent to help Hawaii respond to an outbreak of a mosquito-borne illness.

U.S. Foods Holding Corp., the food distributor Sysco Corp. was blocked from buying last year, filed for an initial public offering Tuesday.

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders swept to victory in Tuesday's New Hampshire primaries, adding crucial credibility to their upstart candidacies and underscoring the insistence of voters in both parties on shaking up American politics.

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - Sister Mary Benedicte wants to focus on feeding the hungry lined up outside a soup kitchen in a gritty part of San Francisco.

The parent company of Westbury Bank said Tuesday its board has authorized a buyback of up to 10% of its shares of stock.

The Medical College of Wisconsin would consider developing a master’s program for chiropractors if the state creates a new type of health care provider focused on basic spine and muscular-skeletal conditions and with the authority to write prescriptions.

WASHINGTON (AP) - A divided Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to halt enforcement of President Barack Obama's sweeping plan to address climate change until after legal challenges are resolved.

The Milwaukee County Parks Department was working on a plan to protect the public from falling debris inside the Tropical Dome when a chunk fell inside the Desert Dome in late January, prompting the closing of all three domes there.

ThedaCare is investing $3 million in Smart Choice MRI, the Mequon company known for offering MRIs for a flat fee of $600 or less.

The mayor, who is running for his fourth term in office, raised nearly $47,000 in the first month of the year, and has about $810,000 in his campaign coffers, finance reports show.

The Assembly passed a bill Tuesday to regulate all unarmed combat sports that involve blows to the head, a measure introduced after the death of an amateur kickboxer in Milwaukee.

NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Dressed in elaborate costumes, dancing to the beat of brass bands and clamoring for beads from passing floats, thousands of people gathered in the streets of New Orleans to mark the culmination of the famous Mardi Gras celebration Tuesday.

Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade.