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WISCONSIN LAME-DUCK LAWSUIT
MADISON, Wis. _ Two University of Wisconsin System regents whom Democratic Gov. Tony Evers fired last month following a court ruling returned to work Thursday, openly defying the governor and brushing aside arguments that he had legally stripped them of their jobs. Regents Scott Beightol and Torrey Tiedeman were among 82 of former Gov. Scott Walker’s appointees that Republican state senators confirmed during a contentious December lame-duck session before Evers took office. By Todd Richmond. SENT: 390 words.
WISCONSIN LAME-DUCK LAWSUIT, UW PRESIDENT-SALARY
MADISON, Wis. _ Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ proposals for the state prison system, natural resources and workforce development were to be dissected by Republican lawmakers who control the Legislature’s budget committee. The agencies were on tap Thursday for the second of two days of agency briefings. By Scott Bauer. SENT: 595 words. Developing.
WISCONSIN BUDGET-THE LATEST
AROUND THE STATE:
SHARONVILLE, Ohio _ Authorities are trying to confirm a teen’s story that he is an Illinois boy missing since 2011. The 14-year-old boy who said he escaped from two kidnappers in Ohio and fled across a bridge to Kentucky told authorities he is an Illinois boy who went missing nearly eight years ago. Police in suburban Cincinnati’s Sharonville wrote in a short incident report that the teen said Wednesday morning that he had “just escaped from two kidnappers” he described as white men with bodybuilder-type physiques. They were in Ford SUV with Wisconsin license plates and had been staying at a Red Roof Inn. Developing.
SEPT 11 MEMORIAL REMOVED
The Milwaukee Bucks visit the Philadelphia 76ers. By Aaron Bracy.
NBA PLAYOFF PICTURE
A look at where things stand in the NBA playoff picture, with seven days remaining in the regular season:
Milwaukee is on the verge of clinching the NBA’s best record, which would lock the Bucks into the No. 1 spot. Toronto would then be No. 2 in the East, and Philadelphia has the edge over Boston and Indiana for the No. 3 seed. The Celtics and Pacers play on Friday, with the winner of that game taking a huge step toward the No. 4 seed and home-court in the first round. By Tim Reynolds. SENT: 780 words, photos.
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