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With the state budget, Republican lawmakers are fighting on Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' turf.
The states want to learn more details of plans by the Army Corps of Engineers to to keep invasive carp out of the Great Lakes.
All southbound lanes on Interstate 43 at Wells Street were reopened after a crash had closed them for about an hour and a half.
Education advocates to plead for more school funding. Said one: "They starve us of the funding we need and then charge us with failure to thrive."

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This is a story that you might discover only if you walk a short stretch of North Fratney Street in Riverwest.

A bill that would ban pet stores from selling dogs and cats was introduced and referred to committee in the Wisconsin state Assembly.

A lunchtime protest at Zeidler Park drew about 20 people in opposition to We Energies' proposed surcharge on people who have solar panels.

Shareholders of Partnership Community Bancshares Inc. have approved the $41 million sale of their Cedarburg banking firm to Manitowoc’s Bank First.

The Milwaukee Public Market and Draft & Vessel are planning a beer patio for the Historic Third Ward.