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Supreme Court Revisits Prayer In School In Football Coach Case

The Supreme Court on Monday will hear arguments in a high-profile case involving a high school football coach who was reprimanded for postgame prayers on the football field’s 50-yard line.

The dispute has drawn dozens of briefs from interest groups on both sides, with religious liberty advocates urging the 6-3 conservative majority court to advance their cause, while backers of the school have asked the justices to lay down a marker on church-state separation.

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Russia Angrily Demands U.S. Stop Sending Weapons To Ukraine

Russia has sent a formal note to the U.S. demanding that the Biden administration stop sending weapons to Ukraine, Russian Ambassador to the United States Anatoly Antonov said on Monday.

In an interview on state-owned Russian-language TV channel Russia-24, Antonov criticized Washington's latest $800 million arms package for Ukraine.

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Hunter Biden Is Prime Target If Republicans Win Congress

Intelligence officials had gathered to brief select members of Congress on future threats to U.S. elections when a key lawmaker in the room, No. 3 House Republican Elise Stefanik of New York, tried to move the discussion to a new topic: Hunter Biden’s laptop.

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Why Being Anti-Science Is Now Part Of Many Rural Americans’ Identity

By September 2021, the scientists and staffers at the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission had gathered enough data to know that the trees in its green-tree reservoirs — a type of hardwood wetland ecosystem — were dying. At Hurricane Lake, a wildlife management area of 17,000 acres, the level of severe illness and death in the timber population was up to 42 percent, especially for certain species of oak, according to a 2014 forest-health assessment. The future of another green-tree reservoir, Bayou Meto, more than 33,000 acres, would look the same if they didn’t act quickly.

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How The Pandemic Is Changing Home Design

The pandemic has changed what Americans want from their homes, and builders say they expect those changes to last.

A ton of pandemic-era adaptations are becoming common fixtures in new homes. The model homes that builders are showing off today are meant for working, living and learning, not just coming home and crashing at the end of the day.

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Wisconsin Headlines


AG Candidate Adam Jarchow Campaigns For Nomination

Former Republican state lawmaker, Adam Jarchow, outlines his policy positions in 'UpFront' interview. [VIDEO]

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Report: Wisconsin Payday Loan Borrowers Pay Among Highest Fees In Nation

Wisconsin residents taking out short-term payday loans face some of the highest costs in the U.S. according to a report from The Pew Charitable Trusts.

A Pew issue brief found that Wisconsinites pay an average of $395 in fees when repaying $500 loans over the course of four months. That works out to an average interest rate of 338 percent.

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Wisconsin Farmers Search For Ways Around Delays In Meat Processing

The beginning of the pandemic exposed issues in the meat processing industry across the country and the logjam many local farmers find when trying to get meat to customers. After two years, Wisconsin farmers say they face the same challenges in getting animals to the table.

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Body Of Adult Male Found In Lake Winnebago

The body of an adult male was found along the shoreline of Lake Winnebago Sunday, according to the Fond du Lac Sheriff's Department.

A citizen reported that they found the body partially submerged near N7575 Lakeshore Drive in the town of Friendship around 4 p.m.

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Allen Scores 27, Bucks Beat Bulls 119-95 To Take 3-1 Lead

Grayson Allen once again responded to the boos from the fans and even his teammates by making shot after shot.

By the time he was finished, he had his highest point total in a postseason game. And the Milwaukee Bucks walked away with another lopsided win.

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