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Marquette poll shows Clinton ahead MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin's best known independent poll gives Democrat Hillary Clinton a 42 to 35 percent lead over Donald Trump among registered voters in the state. But the Marquette Law School survey also shows that voters are holding their noses, like others around the nation. Seven of every 10 overall voters say they would be uncomfortable with Republican Trump in the White House, while close to two-thirds say they'd be uncomfortable with Democrat Clinton running the country.
Rotary Club of New Richmond is accepting applications for host families for the upcoming 2016-17 school year. The Rotary Club is sponsoring a female student from Brazil who will be...
Wisconsin responds to Orlando slayings
Wisconsin to get hot, sticky, stormy Wisconsin will get a hot and sticky dose of summer the next two days. The National Weather Service says the heat index will reach 90 to 100 degrees Friday and Saturday as a warm front moves.
The St. Croix County recycling program, in cooperation with local municipalities, will be sponsoring a series of tire and appliance collections on Saturday, June 11. These events offer the community an opportunity to safely recycle unwanted or unusable tires and appliances. Below is a list of upcoming events and locations. Appliance Collections — June 11 City of Hudson, 285 Krattley Lane, Hudson, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Village of Woodville, behind United Fire Hall, 216 River St., Woodville, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
Search resumes for missing man near Menomonie
Bay City, WI… During a press conference on Wednesday, Sen. Tom Tiffany (R-Hazelhurst) and Rep. Adam Jarchow (R-Balsam Lake) rolled out their initiative called the “Homeowners’ Bill of Rights.” The press conference was held on the land of Dave Meixner, whose property is at risk of being taken in the name of eminent domain. Tiffany and Jarchow released the following joint statement:
Trump to Wisconsin, other Republicans: 'Get over it' WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Donald Trump is telling Wisconsin's top Republicans to "get over it," after they criticized his stance against a federal judge due to his Mexican descent. Three of the state's highest GOP elected officials -- House Speaker Paul Ryan, U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson, and Gov. Scott Walker -- were among the Republicans criticizing Trump for being against a judge with Mexican parents hearing his court case involving Trump University.
Packers QB swears off cheese GREEN BAY -- Aaron Rodgers has stopped eating one of Wisconsin's signature food products. The Green Bay Packers quarterback says he and the team's nutritionist did some research after Rodgers had minor knee surgery during the off-season. He says he cut out cheese and other dairy products, and ate more of a vegan diet -- mostly fruits and vegetables with some chicken and red meat.
No GOP foe for Ron Kind EAU CLAIRE -- For the first time, no Republican is running against U.S. House Democrat Ron Kind this fall -- and the GOP leader in Kind's western Wisconsin district says he's not surprised. Brian Westrate says the cost of a campaign would have been "astronomical," since Kind has $2 million in his war chest. Westrate also tells the Eau Claire Leader Telegram the Republicans' 2011 redistricting created high concentrations of party voters that resulted in safe districts for incumbents.