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>>Badger Football Player Sues University, Claims Constitutional Rights Violated

(Madison, MI)  —  The Wisconsin Badger football player facing sexual assault charges has filed suit against the university.  Quintez Cephus says his constitutional rights were violated.  The 20-year-old Cephus was criminally charged last August and he is scheduled for arraignment tomorrow (Thursday).  His lawyers say the university’s investigation violated his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination and his 14th Amendment right to due process.  The wide receiver is currently on a forced leave of absence from the football team.


>>Dodgers:  Need To Exploit Advantage In Starting Pitching

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  The Los Angeles Dodgers hope to exploit their advantage in starting pitching as they take on the hottest team in baseball.  Milwaukee Brewers starters lasted just 12-and-two-thirds innings in the three-game sweep of Colorado and they are viewed as the weakest part of the team.  There’s one problem:  those starters didn’t allow the Rockies to score a single run — and following them to the mound is the sport’s strongest bullpen.  Jhoulys Chacin is expected to start Friday’s opener for Milwaukee.


>>Bucks Give Non-Starters Court Time In 119-115 OT Preseason Loss

(Oklahoma City, OK)  —  Milwaukee Bucks coach Mike Budenholzer rested his five rotation players in Tuesday’s preseason game at Oklahoma City.  The players fighting for a roster spot made it close while dropping a 119-115 overtime decision to the Thunder.  A long 3-pointer by Tim Frazier tied the score with less than a second left in regulation after the Bucks had trailed by as many as 12 points.  Milwaukee native Deonte Burton — playing for Oklahoma City — scored his team’s first 11 points in overtime on the way to the win.  The Bucks wrap up the preseason Friday at Fiserv Forum against Minnesota.


>>Packers Front Office Makes Tuesday Moves

(Green Bay, WI)  —  The Green Bay Packers were moving players around on their practice squad Tuesday.  Running back Joel Bouagnon (joh – EL BWON – yoh) was released and the team signed running back Tra Carson and wide receiver Keon Hatcher.  Carson is a second-year player originally signed by Cincinnati in 2016.  He spent last season on injured reserve.  Hatcher was released by the Oakland Raiders after the first week of the 2018 N-F-L season.


  • RUSK COUNTY NEWS June 11, 2019
    WLDY-WJBL NEWS 6-11-19 Monday afternoon at about 1;15, Rusk County deputies with the Rusk County K-9 did a search of a residence on East 3rd Street North, Ladysmith. After a K-9 search a positive alert was given for Drugs and Drug Paraphernalia. No other information was available. BARRON COUNTY, Wis. (WEAU) — The man charged […]
  • Moving Sale June 11, 2019
    Moving Sale (phase 2)  Thursday, Friday and Saturday June 13-15.  8 AM to 4 PM.  Queen size bed set, TV stand, household items, more tools, clocks, and lots more.  W11133 Christman Road. lot 7 Bruce.