Wheeler News - Sunday State News - 5/18/14
Wisconsin Lottery Numbers (drawn Saturday night):
Powerball: 23 – 32 – 39 – 47 – 49 Powerball : 22 Power Play: 3
Mega Bucks: 2 – 6 – 14 – 21 – 37 – 44
5 Card Cash: 10-diamonds, 4-clubs, 7-diamonds, Q-diamonds, 6-spades
SuperCash: 4 – 12 – 13 – 20 – 31 – 35 Doubler: NO
Badger 5: 16 - 17 - 18 - 19 - 21
Daily Pick 4: 0 - 8 - 5 - 1
Daily Pick 3: 2 - 4 - 1
Here are the stories:
U-S Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner is demanding answers as to how the A-T-F botched an undercover operation in Milwaukee, while the supervisor in charge remained undisciplined. Sensenbrenner, a Republican, is one of four congressmen who wrote A-T-F director B-Todd Jones on Friday for an explanation into Operation Fearless. According to the Journal Sentinel, weapons were stolen from an agent and four people were wrongfully arrested... while the alleged felons walked. The supervisor in question is Bernard Zapor, who was reassigned to the Phoenix Field Division. That office is blamed for the botched "Operation Fast and Furious", where thousands of high-powered assault rifles were given to criminals.
Authorities in Portage County are investigating a fatal shooting of a sheriff's office employee yesterday morning. Plover Police say they, along with the State Patrol and County Coroner's Office, responded to reports of the shooting at around one o'clock yesterday morning. One person was found dead, but has not been identified. Authorities say the Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigations has taken over the investigation. The identity of the victim has not been released.
Authorities are investigating a logging death over the weekend in Monroe County. The Sheriff's Office says a 36-year-old man was found dead by emergency responders in the Town of Lafayette at around one o'clock yesterday afternoon. Investigators say the man may have died when a tree fell and hit him. The identity of the victim has not been released.
When it comes to producing medical school graduates who go into family practice, the University of Wisconsin ranks towards the top. According to a report from the American Academy of Family Physicians shows over a three-year period, one in six U-W medical grads – roughly 16-percent - entered family practice. That's good enough for a ninth-place ranking among other medical schools across the country. Experts say the latest ranking is proof that the state's effort to expand family practice doctors, with the help of state and federal programs, is working.