Morning Links for March 24 2014

It might technically be spring, but the weather didn’t get the memo. Make sure you know what’s going on with these links. A trial in Egypt ended with more than 500 members of the Muslim Brotherhood getting a death sentence. The BBC reports. Gov. Scott Walker will finalize his tax cuts today with a signing at a farm northwest of Green Bay. The Wisconsin Badgers made a sweet comeback against the Oregon Ducks on Saturday (85-77). Hello, Sweet 16. A train in Chicago derailed early this morning and jumped off the track and onto an escalator at the O’Hare International…

It might technically be spring, but the weather didn’t get the memo. Make sure you know what’s going on with these links.

  • A trial in Egypt ended with more than 500 members of the Muslim Brotherhood getting a death sentence. The BBC reports.
  • Gov. Scott Walker will finalize his tax cuts today with a signing at a farm northwest of Green Bay.
  • The Wisconsin Badgers made a sweet comeback against the Oregon Ducks on Saturday (85-77). Hello, Sweet 16.
  • A train in Chicago derailed early this morning and jumped off the track and onto an escalator at the O’Hare International Airport stop. The train and platform were not very crowded due to the time of the incident, but more than 30 people were injured.

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Abby Callard was an assistant editor at Milwaukee Magazine from 2012-2014. Her journalistic pursuits have seen her covering the Hispanic community in mid-Missouri, politics in Washington, D.C., art and culture for Smithsonian magazine, the social enterprise space in India and health care in Chicago. Abby has a degree in journalism from the University of Missouri.