Wisconsin State Journal

Wisconsin State Journal

@WiStateJournal

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#Madison's largest reporting team. The best source for news, analysis and features about #Wisconsin business, politics, crime, entertainment, sports and more!

Madison, Wisconsin
Joined on August 06, 2008
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In this week's political podcast, Milfred and Hands assess and play audio clips from the seven candidates hoping to fill the open seat in the Legislature that Sen. Fred Risser, D-Madison, is leaving after 58 years. https://t.co/sp1KmagvQl

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Here's a look back at sports happenings on this date in history, Aug. 4: https://t.co/7WQYqKuDfx

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White Sox produce two home runs among 12 hits in a 6-4 victory at Miller Park. https://t.co/lHVzmfCJix

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Freedom, Inc., Urban Triage, and groups representing the Latino and LGBTQ communities were among those recommended to pick community members to oversee the Madison Police Department. https://t.co/hPObeqkxhu

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As the school year starts with all-online learning, the district is looking to run a child care program for up to 1,000 students and partner with other providers for another potential 1,000 spots. https://t.co/CqzW0gE1lR

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“Obviously, this year presents different types of challenges than years past. And it’s crazy to think of, that those are the types of conversations that we have to have in order to play,” Rodgers said. “But that’s the reality we… https://t.co/UeAvsMdzZG

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He moves into a starting role after center fielder Lorenzo Cain's decision to opt out this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/NS7kQ4pzmc

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Isham said he's moving on to spend more time with his family, which added a baby girl in June. https://t.co/aOUlDPrPqP

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Millennials have a notoriously low homeownership rate, which despite inching upward in recent years, is far lower than the rates of previous generations at the same age. Recent evidence shows that millennials are fleeing large, more expensive cities... https://t.co/WGU7BpkbBm

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The Eagle River native is about to enter his second season with the USA Hockey National Team Development Program. https://t.co/5bOhJExoYB

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From hospital robots to a White Castle employee named Flippy, robot use and demand have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, experts say. https://t.co/hxUVxtHypa

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The fund would, “raise money to provide scholarships for, but not limited to tuition, books, fees, room and board, and living cost for students of color who qualify through admissions to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison but financially may... https://t.co/yxVGmWuAks

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Alba is the only known living albino orangutan, the world's largest nuclear fusion project is underway in France, thousands of homes are being evacuated in Southern California due to wildfires, and more of today's top videos. https://t.co/765yyCr4jD

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Graffiti spray painted on the outside of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum located directly across the street from the state Capitol will be removed starting this week, the state Department of Veterans Affairs said Monday. https://t.co/vAPXkmVUyJ

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The Spartans, two-time WIAA Division 3 state runners-up, are loaded with returnees and would like a chance to win a title this season. https://t.co/Ok8A4HzfMS

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Chipotle wants its customers to eat — and wear — its avocados. https://t.co/tSHkIWZBNu

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The WIAA is working on adding a spring season likely between the winter season and traditional spring season for schools that cannot play this fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic. https://t.co/2qjcQtz07j

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Wisconsin's April 7 election caused "no clear increase" of COVID-19 in Milwaukee, likely because steps were taken to reduce spread of the coronavirus, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. https://t.co/vzBIDWujsl

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Anderson is named as the new coach for the Middleton co-op girls hockey team, which advanced to the WIAA state tournament for the first time and reached the state championship game last season. https://t.co/D5eWUrxfyU

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