State News
Milwaukee lifts cap on taxi limits
Milwaukee lifts its cap on the number of taxis that can operate in Wisconsin’s largest city. It’s a victory for individual taxi drivers in Milwaukee and smartphone-based businesses that want to compete with existing cab companies; so says Larry Salzman, an attorney with the Institute for Justice. A coalition of cab drivers joined the law firm […]
07/23/2014 09:01:16am
Another call for blood
  The American Red Cross has an urgent need for blood and platelet donors of all types to help prevent a blood shortage and ensure an adequate blood supply. According to the communications director at the American Red Cross, someone in the U.S. needs a blood transfusion every two seconds, and every day the Red […]
07/23/2014 08:46:56am
Lucroy’s walkoff HR beats Cincinnati
Jonathan Lucroy had been mired in a slump, hitting .200 in his last 25 games.  Last night, Lucroy clubbed a pair of home runs, including the walk off game-winner as the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Cincinnati Reds 4-3 at Miller Park. Ryan Braun and Aramis Ramirez both added home runs for the Brewers, who have taken […]
07/23/2014 05:25:46am
GB’s Brown out 3-4 months
Former UW-Green Bay center Alec Brown is expected to undergo surgery on Thursday to repair his dislocated shoulder. Brown, who has battled shoulder problems during his collegiate career at UW-Green Bay, is expected to miss 3-4 months to rehab. Brown suffered the injury last Friday in NBA Summer League play in Las Vegas.  He met […]
07/23/2014 05:19:27am
Ziegler maintains lead at State Amateur
University of Wisconsin assistant golf coach Rob Ziegler remains the leader after the first two rounds of the 113th Wisconsin State Amateur. Ziegler shot a 1-over 71 yesterday, but increased his lead from two to five shots heading to today’s third round at the Ozaukee Country Club. After 36 holes, Ziegler is the only player […]
07/23/2014 04:40:57am