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  1. An experimental boom surrounded Madison's B.B. Clarke beach in 2010 to keep out algae, though it ended up being closed June 24 for high E. coli levels. Algae and bacteria are the prime causes for beach closures throughout the Madison area and the state. Mike DeVries/The Capital Times

    Beach closures highlight algae, bacteria threats in Yahara lakes and across Wisconsin

    After one of Madison's longest, coldest winters ever, swimming season is almost here along with toxic algal blooms, bacteria, invasive milfoil and other pestilences of the lakes.

    • 6:07 AM
  2. Joshua Wenzel

    Green Bay police investigate arrest shown in viral video

    Green Bay police said Tuesday they are investigating an arrest outside a downtown bar over the weekend captured on video and posted online.

    • 6:05 AM
  3. Screenshot of the video posted on YouTube.

    Watch: Viral video of Green Bay police arrest

    Green Bay police said Tuesday they are investigating an arrest outside a downtown bar over the weekend that was captured on video and posted online.

    • 6:05 AM
  4. A Shawano County Sheriff squad car parks in the entrance to a gas station and fast-food McDonald restaurant where an armed person held a store employee hostage Tuesday in Wittenberg. T'xer Zhon Kha/Gannett Wisconsin Media

    McDonald's hostage incident in Shawano Co. ends peacefully

    A poised clerk and a skilled hostage negotiator on Tuesday helped peacefully end an armed standoff at a McDonald's restaurant in this western Shawano County village.

    • 6:05 AM
  5. Ari Solomon, spokesman for the animal rights group Mercy For Animals, speaks at a December news conference in Milwaukee about the results of an undercover investigation at Wiese Brothers Farm in Greenleaf. File/AP

    Workers ordered to pay fines and court costs in farm-abuse case

    A pair of workers at a Brown County dairy filmed last year by animal activists mistreating cowsentered no contest pleas on Tuesday to a number of related charges.

    • 6:05 AM
  6. Golden Apple recipient Amy Kupsh teaches second grade at Valley View Elementary School in this March photo. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media

    Ashwaubenon teacher Kupsh makes each student feel golden

    Amy Kupsh knows that education is not a one-size-fits-all proposition.

    • 6:06 AM
  7. State Rep. Brett Hulsey, D-Madison, makes his intentions to enter the state's gubernatorial race official as he confirms his candidacy papers under oath with David Buerger, an elections specialist with the Government Accountability Board, right, Monday in Madison. File/AP

    'Too chicken to be governor'? Hulsey challenges Dem frontrunner Burke

    A legislator making a longshot bid for governor says he's planning to have someone in a chicken suit follow Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Mary Burke around.

    • 6:06 AM
  8. Adam Rodewald

    Today's Take: Homeless shelter celebrates 20 years of helping others

    It took guts for Kathryn to admit in front of a room full of community leaders and reporters, with their cameras and notepads recording her every word, that she had hit rock bottom. That she had been homeless.

    • 6:07 AM
  9. This is a photo of a common Wisconsin stew made with wild game and vegetables. What is it? Gannett Wisconsin Media file photo

    Take the quiz! From hodags to wapatuli, how well do you know Wisconsin?

    Enter here to take the quiz on mobile devices

    • 6:07 AM
  10. David Dudas of Dale is accused of brutally beating and sexually assaulting his wife  and frequently videotaping the incidents  on multiple occasions over the course of a year. Dan Powers/Gannett Wisconsin Media

    Wife sobs during second day of Appleton attorney Dudas' trial

    The first time the jury saw her face was in a photo.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  11. Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen File/AP

    State Dept. of Justice says agent let 43 child porn cases languish

    The former supervisor of the Wisconsin Department of Justice's Milwaukee office allowed nearly four dozen Internet child pornography cases to languish for months, agency officials said in his termination letter.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  12. Gavel Getty Images/iStockphoto

    Court reduces $1 million damages award against Door Co. company

    The Wisconsin Supreme Court has reduced a $1 million damage award against a title insurance company in a Door County property dispute.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  13. Two people were pronounced dead Monday afternoon when a motorcycle collided with another vehicle on Wisconsin 66 at Portage County PP in the town of Linwood. Nathan Vine/Gannett Wisconsin Media

    2 UWSP students killed in motorcycle, minivan collision

    LINWOOD The two people killed in a Monday motorcyle crash west of Stevens Point were both University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point students, according to the Portage County Sheriff's Department.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  14. Mark Harris meets with Oshkosh Northwestern Media Editorial Board April 2014 Joe Sienkiewicz / Oshkosh Northwestern Media

    Harris will run as Democrat to succeed Petri

    Winnebago County executive thinks 6th District is winnable despite GOP's past dominance

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  15. Roger Roth

    Roth to run for Ellis' Senate seat, gets Walker endorsement

    Former Republican state representative Roger Roth said Monday he will run for state Senate in the 19th District to fill Mike Ellis' seat.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  16. Joe Leibham

    Leibham says he's running for Petri's seat

    Flanked by family members and supporters on the lawn of his parents' Town of Sheboygan home, Sen. Joe Leibham announced he will run for the 6th Congressional District seat being vacated by the retiring Tom Petri.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  17. Students from Aldo Leopold School spent Earth Day at the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve on Tuesday, learning about nature, the bay environment and trees. With help from Brown County Executive Troy Streckenbach, right, the students planted a sugar maple tre,e which should be ready to contribute sap to the annual Barkhausen maple syrup boil in about 40 years. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media

    Earth Day activities continue throughout the week

    Earth Day activities will extend into this weekend in Northeastern Wisconsin, with a number of environmentally friendly events coming up.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  18.  Getty Images

    Underground fire evacuates Milwaukee Public Market

    The Milwaukee Public Market downtown has been evacuated after road construction crews reported hearing an underground explosion.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  19. Laurel Harrison writes in her journal while sitting on a blanket with her morning coffee in Johnstown, Pa., Monday, April 21, 2014. According to the National Weather Service temperatures are forecast in the 60's for Johnstown, Monday. (AP Photo/The Tribune-Democrat, John Rucosky

    The day in photos: April 22, 2014

    The top news, sports and entertainment photos from Press-Gazette Media wire services.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  20. Database: Report, find potholes in your neighborhood

    Track and report potholes in your neighborhood with this database.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  21. Kenosha man sentenced to life for 2012 homicide

    A Kenosha man convicted of strangling a woman in 2012 and leaving her body in a cemetery was sentenced to life in prison, and a judge denied the possibility of parole after the man continued to insist he was innocent.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  22. Milwaukee police investigate double homicide

    Milwaukee police say they're investigating a double homicide.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  23. Eland Electric employees Adam Richmond, left, and Scott Evenstad work to build the support structures Monday for a massive 400-panel solar array behind the Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Cross residence. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media

    Sisters going solar: Green Bay convent taps into alternative energy

    A religious community on Green Bay's north side is going green in a big way.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  24. Bies

    Bies expects Walker to sign police-shootings bill this week

    A bill that would change the way that police shootings are investigated in Wisconsin's largest law-enforcement agencies could be signed into law this week.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  25. Bay Port High School orchestra teacher Audrey Nowak has received a Golden Apple award for her efforts. She's shown in March at the school. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media

    Culture of support key for Bay Port orchestra teacher Nowak

    Howard-Suamico music teacher Audrey Nowak has built a culture of mutual support in her classroom. For her efforts, she is the recipient of a 2014 Golden Apple award.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  26. Marie Sumnicht of Hobart and Ryan Flood, 9, of De Pere hold hands as they cross the finish line after participating in the Run as One Boston Marathon Tribute Run in downtown Green Bay on Monday. Evan Siegle/Press-Gazette Media

    Run As One runners honor Boston victims

    The Run as One Boston Marathon Tribute Run in downtown Green Bay on Monday honored those killed or injured in the 2013 Boston Marathon tragedy.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  27. Cold Cases stir up raw emotions for victims' families

    There were times more than two decades ago when Mary Wegner was so angry about the sudden disappearance of her daughter, Laurie Depies, that she wanted to lash out.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  28. Getty Images/Ingram Publishing

    Prescription drug drop off Tuesday at St. Mary's

    People can drive up to the emergency department entrance of St. Mary's Hospital Medical Center, 1726 Shawano Ave., from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday and drop off over-the-counter and prescription medications.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  29. Getty Images/iStockphoto

    Area communities lift running-faucet directives

    Algoma lifted its order Monday that all city residents keep a tap running to prevent pipeline freeze.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  30. Voters in the village of Ashwaubenon recently approved a $20 million referendum to pay for, in part, a new swimming pool at Ashwaubenon High School. File/Press-Gazette Media

    Voter-approved school projects now in planning stages

    Voters in the Green Bay, Ashwaubenon and Howard-Suamico school districts this month approved spending for major construction, but it will be a while before construction crews and their heavy equipment arrive at school buildings.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  31. Milwaukee man pleads not guilty to dogfighting

    A Milwaukee man accused of being involved in dogfighting has pleaded not guilty to six charges.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  32. Gov. Scott Walker at Options for Independent Living in Green Bay on Monday. Jim Matthews/Press-Gazette Media

    Walker: Family Care expansion to help Northeastern Wis. residents

    Nearly 1,000 Medicaid-eligible residents in Northeastern Wisconsin will soon have a shorter wait for long-term care and in-home assistance, Gov. Scott Walker announced Monday.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  33. Former Freedom resident among two motorcyclists killed in crash

    Rock County sheriff's deputies are looking for a driver who fled after striking and killing two men on motorcycles.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  34. Close-up of emergency lights Getty Images

    4 injured in multi-vehicle crash by Black Creek

    A three-vehicle crash east of Black Creek injured four people Sunday afternoon and shut down the highway for about five hours.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  35. Rita Jeptoo, of Kenya, celebrates her win in the women's division of the 118th Boston Marathon Monday, April 21, 2014 in Boston. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola) AP

    Keflezighi wins men's Boston Marathon title, Jeptoo wins women's race

    American Meb Keflezighi has won the Boston Marathon, a year after a bombing at the finish line left three dead and more than 260 people injured.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  36. Ship captain to share stories in Neville presentation

    Capt. Gary W. Schmidt of Allouez will return to the Neville Public Museum April 29 for a presentation on what it's like to be a captain on the Great Lakes.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  37. Brett Hulsey (left) and Mary Burke

    Hulsey announces run for governor

    A Madison legislator who was cited for flipping a young boy off an inner tube at the beach and mused about lugging a musket onto the Assembly floor announced Monday he'll run for governor.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  38. Green Bay Metro Fire Department crews rescued a man from a fuel storage tank at U.S. Oil in Green Bay Monday. Submitted Photo

    Man rescued from fuel storage tank in Green Bay

    Firefighters rescued a man from inside a large fuel storage tank Monday.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  39. A picture of the Oconto High School bathroom, where the April 16 fire started, was shown with other pictures of damage and work being done at the Oconto School Board meeting Monday night. Oconto County Reporter photo

    Crews working day and night on $5M restoration of fire-damaged Oconto High School

    The co-owner of the company cleaning up after the April 16 fire at Oconto High School promises the building will be like new when the job is done.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  40. Jeff Jansen, middle, is recognized Tuesday by Green Bay Mayor Jim Schmitt, left, and Nancy Quirk of the Green Bay Water Utility for providing water to a pair of neighbors with frozen water lines this winter. Nathan Phelps/Press-Gazette Media

    Today's Take: Sharing water with neighbors in need was easy decision for homeowner

    It didn't take much persuasion for Jeff Jansen to offer up water from a rental home he owns in Green Bay to a pair of neighbors in need.

    • Apr. 22, 2014
  41. Getty Images/iStockphoto

    Unity Hospice offers grief workshop in Shawano

    Unity Hospice is presenting an 'Understanding Grief' workshop from 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. April 30 at the ADRC, 607 Elizabeth St.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  42. A bee transports pollen from one flower to another during the Easter Flower Blowout sale at Tom Tobin Jr. Florist on Wyoming Avenue in Forty Fort, Pa, Sunday, April 20, 2014. AP Photo/Citizens' Voice, Andrew Krech

    The day in photos: April 21, 2014

    The top news, sports and entertainment photos from Press-Gazette Media wire services.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  43. Attorney General candidates pledge to put pressure on cold cases

    Democratic attorney general candidate Susan Happ remembers growing up in Jefferson County when 19-year-old sweethearts Tim Hack and Kelly Drew were stabbed, strangled and dumped naked in the woods.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  44. Marsha Loritz holds a banner that the family has produced using donations to help keep their mother's missing-person case in the public spotlight. Scott Cooper Williams/Press-Gazette Media

    One year later, case of missing Pittsfield woman perplexes police and family

    Much has changed since Victoria Prokopovitz vanished a year ago, but one constant remains: Her family is determined to find out what happened to her.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  45. Today's Take: Boston Marathon runners set sights on unfinished business

    I ran my first Boston Marathon in 1996, the event's 100th anniversary.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  46.  Getty Images

    Turkey fryer fire melts siding of Howard home

    A turkey fryer caught fire, melting the siding of a home in the 1000 block of Rogues Way at about 11 a. m. on Sunday.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  47. Golden Apple winner Sean Gibbons teaches an algebra class at West De Pere Middle School recently. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media

    West De Pere's Gibbons teaches math with motivation

    Sean Gibbons doesn't come to work wearing a letterman jacket or walk the hallways waving orange-and-black pompoms. But he's a proud West De Pere High School alumnus, and even prouder to be a longtime teacher in the West De Pere School District. For his work in the classroom, Gibbons has received a 2014 Golden Apple award.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  48. In 1931, Dr. J.R. Lenfestey of De Pere and several other men rented property from Charles Hockers in Allouez in the 3800 block of Riverside Drive to fulfill a dream of starting a polo club. The Green Bay-De Pere Polo Field was born, and the team played its first official match in July 1932 against the Fort Sheridan Army Polo Team, which was composed of many West Point graduates. It is believed to be among the first polo matches of its kind in this part of the country. More than 2,000 people are believed to have attended that match, which was more than the population of Allouez at the time. Fort Sheridan won the match 6-0. From 1932 to 1936, the local team competed against teams from Milwaukee, Chicago, Eau Claire, Marinette and Menominee, Mich. St. Norbert College bought the field from the Hockers family for a nominal fee and 'other good and valuable considerations' and began building Minahan Stadium in 1937. In the 1960s, De Pere annexed the property, which is now a cornfield on North Broadway Street between For The Birds and Walsh Law Office, S.C. Photo submitted by Historic Allouez Society from t

    Glimpses of the Past: April 20-28

    After an hour or more of discussion at last night's meeting of the city council, the all-night parking situation is just about where it was before the meeting, with no definite policy adopted.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
  49. Volunteers serve nearly 200 guests for Easter Dinner on Sunday at Grace Lutheran Church in downtown Green Bay. H. Marc Larson/Press-Gazette Media

    Church's Easter luncheon shares holiday cheer

    Sunday's meal was the first Easter luncheon Sheri Steinberg has enjoyed at Grace Lutheran Church in downtown Green Bay, but she expects it won't be the last.

    • Apr. 21, 2014
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