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Night Reporter — Wisconsin State Journal
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Evening general assignment/suburbs reporter for @WiStateJournal, @DrakeUniversity alumnus, Badgers & baseball fan, interested in Middle East, music & politics.

Former Milwauke Sentinel Capitol bureau chief Neil Shively dies at 83

host.madison.com — Neil Shively, a longtime state Capitol reporter and advocate for aspiring journalists, died Tuesday at his home in Cambridge. He was 83. Shively retired as Capitol bureau chief for the Milwaukee Sentinel in 1992 after spending a quarter-century covering eight governors and hundreds of state representatives. Former Gov.

UW Hospital CEO to retire amid restructuring

host.madison.com — The president and CEO of UW Hospital will retire next month amid restructuring of the organization. A memo sent to UW Hospital employees on Wednesday states that Donna Katen-Bahensky will retire Sept. 1, at least in part because of restructuring between UW Hospital and UW-Madison's physician group, the UW Medical Foundation.

No injuries in chemical accident at Oscar Mayer

host.madison.com — No one was injured but a hazardous materials team was required to neutralize a chemical accident Wednesday afternoon at Oscar Mayer's East Side plant, the Madison Fire Department said. Just before 3 p.m., the fire department was called the plant at 910 Mayer Ave. after lactic acid and sodium nitrate were accidentally mixed together.

Sun Prairie man arrested for alleged 6th OWI

host.madison.com — A Sun Prairie man is being tentatively charged with a sixth drunken driving offense following his Tuesday arrest, the Dane County Sheriff's Office said. Todd Finkler, 55, was arrested after he was found in his car on the shoulder of the road, the sheriff's office said.

Focus on Dane County: Opponents of Stoughton Wal-Mart development question economics of TIF

host.madison.com — A proposed Stoughton development that would include a Wal-Mart Supercenter on the western edge of town is unlikely to get underway this year, but it hasn't stopped disagreement between a group of residents and the mayor's staff.

Expansion of City-County Building trespassing rules fails at committee

host.madison.com — A proposed policy change that would have given police authority to stop homeless people from sleeping outside the City-County Building's main entrance failed at a joint committee. The City-County Liaison Committee voted 5-1 Monday against changes to the building's current trespassing rules. A group of homeless individuals regularly hang out and sleep outside the building.

Apartment evacuated following likely chemical suicide attempt

host.madison.com — One person was taken to a local hospital and an entire apartment building was evacuated Sunday following what was likely a suicide attempt that involved chemicals, the Madison Fire Department said. Around 8:45 p.m., police and firefighters were called to an apartment building at 409 W. Doty St.

Woman killed in Beloit shooting

host.madison.com — Beloit police are investigating a homicide that killed a 44-year-old woman Sunday morning. Around 6:30 a.m. Sunday, officers were called to an area near the intersection of Woodard and White avenues, just north of the Beloit College campus. Officers arrived to find a the 44-year-old Beloit woman in the road with an apparent gunshot wound.

Focus on Dane County: Large hotel wins approval in Verona

host.madison.com — Verona, home to Dane County's largest privately owned company, will soon be home to one of its bigger hotels. On Monday, Verona's City Council unanimously approved a plan from developers David Reinke and KSW Construction for a four-story, 193,000-square-foot hotel complex to be built along Highway 151 in southeast Verona.

Police seek help locating Madison man

host.madison.com — Madison police are asking for help in their search for a 74-year-old man, who suffers from dementia and wandered away from his Near West Side home Wednesday. Steve Nielsen, a former UW-Madison professor, walked away from his home in the 3600 block of Nakoma Road and was reported missing shortly after noon Wednesday.
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Oct 22, 2014

RT @NBCNightlyNews: JUST IN: Family of Dallas nurse Amber Vinson says hospital and CDC no longer able to detect Ebola virus in her body pic.twitter.com/L2kjpPlSBQ

Oct 21, 2014

Council has reversed decision on creation of an urban forestry special fee.

Oct 21, 2014

RT @SFG_Stats: RT @AlexPavlovic: Sandoval has now reached base in 24 straight postseason games. Giants lead 1-0. #SFGiants

Oct 21, 2014

Subeck is concerned about whether methods for assessing fee could be fair.

Oct 21, 2014

Only Ald. @LisaSubeck voted against reconsideration for city forestry fee.

Oct 21, 2014

AP Style has an entry for "heavenly bodies." Can my name be found anywhere in this entry? pic.twitter.com/pajZ3S8KUf

Oct 21, 2014

No Joy's "Wait to Pleasure:" the best album of last year that I didn't hear until this year. open.spotify.com/album/1W0kn3jm…

Oct 20, 2014

@BrandonStorlie They keep popping up in my feed. Until now, I didn't know anybody who really loved or loves them.

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