APPLETON, Wis. (AP) -Authorities who investigated a shooting by Appleton police say the officers' actions were justified. Green Bay police investigated the April 10th shooting of a man who was armed with a non-lethal Airsoft gun. Police Captain Todd Thomas says the man was shot by officers four times after he robbed a BP gas station.
ASHLAND, Wis. (AP) - A state appeals court has revived a lawsuit brought by a group protesting Governor Scott Walker's collective bargaining bill at the Capitol in 2011. Six people who were issued citations for carrying signs sued state officials, saying their free speech rights were violated. The appeals court says a lower court judge made errors in dismissing the lawsuit. It will be sent back to Dane County Circuit Judge Frank Remington.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Governor Scott Walker disagrees with the Department of Public Instruction's decision not to revoke the license of a teacher who viewed pornographic emails at work. Andrew Harris was fired in 2010 from his teaching job at a Middleton middle school after being accused of receiving and sharing explicit emails while at work. The DPI says Harris's conduct doesn't meet the legal definition of immoral conduct as the law stood at the time.
ASHLAND, Wis. (AP) - Some Green Bay Packers players helped hand out burgers and fries at an Ashland fast-food restaurant. Mason Crosby and Brad Jones took turns at the McDonald's drive-thru window yesterday. Meanwhile, Jarrett Bush and Packers Hall of Famer Paul Coffman put together sandwiches at Subway.
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