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Alonso to miss Aussie GP

Fernando Alonso will not race in the season-opening Australian Grand Prix following a crash during Formula One testing that sent him to the hospital for three days, McLaren said Tuesday.


Bucks lose to Nuggets, 106-95
Executive praises county's economic health
Suspect reportedly caught in former Kenosha man's murder
High school boys basketball results
Shoreline repair, erosion project OKed
Alabama Supreme Court halts gay marriages
Rain forest animals pay visit to Paris
Man killed by Los Angeles police was wanted
Evidence-planting has attorneys in uproar
Man killed in Pleasant Prairie warehouse accident
Case will continue against former Indian Trail teacher
Paris School part of discrimination lawsuit
Moms to join kids in head-shaving fundraiser
Parking ban lifted
Budget committee demands assurances of no UW tuition surge
Walker says he will sign ban on abortions after 20 weeks
Congress passes Homeland Security funding bill
Kenosha man killed in Racine homicide
AP: Report finds bias in Ferguson, Mo.
Assembly panel OKs speed limit bill
Carson forms presidential exploratory committee
Clinton leads Walker in new poll
Feingold eyes possible Senate bid
1 dies in Brown County crash
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UPDATE: Suspect arrested in murder of former Kenosha man in Racine

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A 27-year-old former Kenosha man is dead after a shooting at a Racine apartment complex on Monday.

Andrew Lee Jones Jr. died of multiple gunshot wounds, according to Racine County Medical Examiner Michael Payne. Racine police responded at about 9 a.m. Monday to the Allegro Apartments, 522 Three Mile Road, where Jones was pronounced dead at the scene.


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Central boys stay alive with win over Elkhorn

ELKHORN — In a conversation with seniors Kyle Foulke, Marshall Gilbert, Ben Graveley, Tyion Lewis, D’Angelo Lux and Brady Willkomm on Monday, Central boys basketball coach Gordon Nikolic offered these prophetic words:

“Somebody who doesn’t usually make shots for us is going to have to step up,” he said.

Calling all chili chefs

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The calendar’s turn to March this week would suggest that spring is practically around the corner.

But a look out the window — or at this week’s weather forecast — would suggest plenty of winter remains ahead of us. For those of us half-full types, the upshot is that there’s still plenty of time to trot out our favorite warm, hearty winter meals.

Big mining experiment fades away

Wisconsin’s great test of whether environmentalists and iron miners can be friends, or could at least live together in peace, will have to wait for another time.

Gogebic Taconite, the company that planned a huge iron mine in northwestern Wisconsin, announced Friday that it was closing its office in Hurley and that the mine, which was projected to employ up to 700 people, was “unfeasible at this time, ” according to a brief item by the Associated Press.



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In honor of Major League Baseball's spring training slate commencing this week, which I-94 club's offseason transaction will have the biggest impact on the N.L. Central race?
The Brewers re-signing of reliever Francisco Rodriguez
The Cubs signing of starting pitcher Jon Lester
The Brewers trade of Yovani Gallardo to the Rangers
The Cubs trade for centerfielder Dexter Fowler
The Brewers trade for Adam Lind
The Cubs trade for catcher Miguel Montero

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