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(6/15/14)

Wheeler News Service – Sunday, June 15, 2014 - News
Summary

Wisconsin Lottery Numbers (drawn Saturday
night):

Powerball:  9 – 33 – 42 – 45 – 54  Powerball: 30
Power Play: 3

Mega Bucks:  17 – 19 – 23 – 33 – 36 –
47

5 Card
Cash:  2-spades, A-spades, J-clubs, 8-clubs,
Q-diamonds

SuperCash:  2 – 13 – 24 – 27 – 28 – 38  Doubler:
NO

Badger 5:  10 - 12 - 13 - 18 -
29

Daily Pick 4:  9 - 9 - 1 -
4

Daily Pick 3:  2 - 9 -
0

Here are the stories:

A hold on a federal judge's ruling of the state's
gay marriage ban didn't stop over 550 marriages from being conducted over a week
period. Those are the numbers, according to state officials. U-S District Judge
Barbara Crabb issued the ruling last week, but granted a hold to that ruling on
Friday. State officials with the Vital Records Office say 60 of 72 county clerks
issued marriage licenses. Attorney General J-B Van Hollen, who requested the
hold, says the couples are not legally married... leaving them in legal
limbo.

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A Eau Claire man will spend time in prison for
sexually assaulting a teen. 48-year-old Larry Johnson Jr. was sentenced to 25
years in prison on Friday, including 20 years of extended supervision upon his
release. The Eau Claire man is accused of sexual contact with 16-year-old teen
since she was 11. Police learned of the assault in August, when the teen gave
birth... the child died of asphyxiation.

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A Milwaukee man is in critical condition after his
shirt caught on fire. The incident happened last night. Police say the
62-year-old victim was cutting metal with an electric grinder, when a spark lit
his shirt on fire. The fire remains under investigation, but authorities say the
man suffered severe burns to his chest and neck
areas.

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The swarm of biting flies in northern Wisconsin is looking more like a biblical plague. Researchers with the Department of Natural
Resources say the swarms are the worst they have ever seen, forcing a record
number of loons to abandon their nests. D-N-R says the black flies are a
nuisance to the birds. Experts say several counties report around 70-80 percent
of nesting loons have abandoned their nest.

 

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