Evers' official: Ex-Planned Parenthood VP has no legal say

Gov. Tony Evers' pick to lead the Wisconsin Department of Health Services says her deputy who is a former vice president at Planned Parenthood won't have any in
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UW regents OK graduate tuition increases at 8 schools

University of Wisconsin System regents have approved raising graduate tuition at eight schools and out-of-state undergraduate tuition at six schools
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UW System schools to raise graduate tuition

University of Wisconsin regents are poised to raise graduate tuition at eight schools
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Figi's laying off 276 employees in central Wisconsin

A company with deep roots in central Wisconsin is closing most of its operations
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Sam and Joey Hauser give No. 20 Marquette a brotherly boost

The play of brothers Sam and Joey Hauser have helped 20th-ranked Marquette navigate some early nonconference tests to get off to an 8-2 start
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UW regents OK raises for 10 of 13 chancellors

The University of Wisconsin System regents have approved lucrative raises for 10 of the system's 13 four-year school chancellors
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Chicago homicide suspect arrested in Stevens Point

A man wanted in a Chicago homicide case has been arrested in central Wisconsin
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The Wisconsin AP All-State team

The Wisconsin Associated Press All-State team
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UW-Stevens Point faculty want regents to oust administrators

Faculty and students at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point are demanding regents oust the campus' top administrators, arguing their leadership has been e
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Reince Priebus to review Wisconsin election results for GOP

Former White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus has been enlisted to review the 2018 election results in Wisconsin and the structure of the state Republican Pa
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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Friday's Scores

Friday's Scores
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UW-Stevens Point reduces number of majors cuts

Officials at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point have reduced the number of majors slated for elimination by more than half
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Pope OKs beatification for US brother slain in Guatemala war

Pope Francis has decreed that an American religious brother, James Miller, was killed out of hatred for the Catholic faith during Guatemala's civil war and can
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Pope OKs beatification for US brother slain in Guatemala war

Pope Francis has decreed that an American religious brother, James Miller, was killed out of hatred for the Catholic faith during Guatemala's civil war and can
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Bicyclist dies in Stevens Point accident

Police say a 53-year-old Plover man has died in a bicycle accident in Stevens Point
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Walker proposes increases in funding for town roads

Gov. Scott Walker is proposing to increase state funding for town roads, a pledge that comes amid re-election attacks from Democrats that he hasn't done enough
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Charges: Plover man bought large bags on day wife vanished

Police say a Plover man bought large plastic trash bags on the day his wife was last seen and left his fingerprints on a shopping bag containing her damaged cel
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UW System regents change two-year school names

The University of Wisconsin System regents have approved name changes for the system's 13 two-year schools as they merge with nearby four-year schools
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Regents OK $1.96 billion construction budget

The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents has approved a $1.96 billion construction and maintenance budget request
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Authorities: Worker killed by drunken hit-and-run driver

Authorities say a man was driving drunk when he struck and killed a Wisconsin woman who was working at a construction site in western Pennsylvania
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Wisconsin program offers bike rides to the elderly, disabled

A new Wisconsin program is offering bike rides to the elderly or disabled
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18-year-old Wisconsin man dead in suspected hit-and-run

An 18-year-old Amherst man was killed this weekend in a suspected hit-and-run
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Mild winter means uptick in mosquitoes in Wisconsin

Biologists say this is a particularly bad summer for mosquitoes in Wisconsin because many of the insects survived the relatively mild winter
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