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The Bucks reveal plans for a new entertainment facility, plus other important news du jour.

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The Milwaukee Bucks submitted their plans to the city for a new entertainment center, which would include a year-round beer garden.


Kenosha native Reince Priebus “faces immense challenges in his new job” as White House chief of house under Donald Trump. This and other Priebus insights here:


A federal judge has ordered that Brendan Dassey — convicted in the 2005 murder of Teresa Halbach — be released from a Portage correctional facility by 8 p.m. on Friday.


Director of National Intelligence James Clapper has resigned, a move that comes earlier than expected.


The Downer Avenue location of Café Hollander is scheduled to reopen Sunday Nov. 20 after a renovation. Festivities include a coat drive and free chili and beer.




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