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Draft Ruling Shows Supreme Court Overturning Roe V. Wade: Report

The Supreme Court is poised to overturn the landmark 1973 decision in Roe v. Wade that protects the federal right to abortion, according to a draft majority opinion published Monday evening by Politico.

The 67-page document, described as an initial draft majority opinion, would effectively eliminate abortion protections at the federal level and hand authority over abortion access to the states.

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Country Icon Naomi Judd Died By Suicide Following Longtime Mental Health Struggle: Report

Naomi Judd died by suicide following a longtime struggle with mental health, according to a new report.

Note: This story discusses suicide. If you or someone you know is having thoughts of suicide, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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Warrant Issued For Vicky White, Alabama Corrections Official Who Left Jail With Inmate Casey Cole White

Authorities in Alabama announced Monday morning an arrest warrant has been issued for corrections official Vicky White after she left a detention center with suspected killer Casey Cole White on Friday. Investigators say the two aren't related, and Lauderdale County Sheriff Rick Singleton said authorities are investigating whether Vicky White was a willing participant in the escape.

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Everything You Need To Know About The Indiana And Ohio Primaries

Today, the midterm election season kicks off in earnest, with Indiana and Ohio holding their 2022 primaries. From now until July, there will be a primary every single week except one.

These races may not get as much attention as the general election, but they are no less important, especially given that most states and districts will not be competitive in November. In many cases, the primaries will effectively decide who governs in 2023 and beyond. Even though the candidates in these races belong to the same party, there are often significant differences between them. 

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Apple's Closed World Draws New Fire

A wide range of Apple's practices that flew under the radar when the company was an underdog are coming under new scrutiny today.

Apple's long history as a second fiddle — first to IBM, then to Microsoft — earned it freedom to set its own rules even as it built much more tightly controlled ecosystems than its rivals. But now it's the world's most valuable and arguably most powerful tech company.

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Wisconsin Headlines


I-Team Acquires Jury List From Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The I-Team has acquired the list of jurors from the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, including the names and demographics of those who participated.

The list includes a total of 20 jurors, but does not show who was a part of deliberations. During the trial, the defense and prosecution agreed to seat 12 jurors and eight alternates.

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Judge Rules Cedarburg School District Failed To Properly Investigate Racial Harassment Complaints

An Ozaukee County Circuit Court judge on Friday ruled largely in favor of a Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction directive requiring Cedarburg School District to "seriously address" racial harassment and discrimination at its schools.

The ruling affirmed DPI’s verdict from last summer that the district had failed to adequately investigate a student’s reports of racial harassment.

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Wisconsin Jury Finds 86-Year-Old Michigan Man Guilty Of Killing Wife In 1975

A Wisconsin jury has found an 86-year-old Michigan man guilty of killing his wife and disposing of her body more than four decades ago.

The Associated Press reports that jurors in Door County returned guilty verdicts on charges of first-degree murder and disinterment of the dead against Richard Pierce on Friday.

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Republican Governor Candidate Defends Wisconsin Ties

Republican governor candidate Tim Michels defended his Wisconsin ties saying Monday he still votes and spends most of his time in the state, after a published report revealed his extensive real estate holdings on the East Coast and that his children attended high school there.

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Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin Director Nominees Announced, Election Underway

The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) has certified 12 nominees that are eligible for election to the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) board of directors. Dairy farmers in affected districts will have until May 252022 to vote on the following candidates.

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