local • 3A, 6A
United Way extends grants
Staff at United Way Blackhawk Region believe extending their community grant funding cycle will help the organization have a greater effect on the community. Community grants in 2018 will be applied across 18 months as opposed to the standard one-year grant, according to a news release.
Past allegations spark debate
Lawyers in a child sexual assault case sparked by a thank-you letter at a school presentation are at odds over the relevance of other allegations of touching in the suspect’s past. Daryl J. Teska, 47, of West Bend is charged with first-degree sexual assault of a young child, child enticement, exposing genitals to a child and a related charge. The lawyers are battling over the timing and importance of past descriptions of Teska’s behaviors.
state • 2A
Dems target GOP district
Wisconsin Democrats are banking that backlash against President Donald Trump will help them compete in a special election for a conservative state Senate district and set the tone for this fall’s election. Republican state Rep. Adam Jarchow and Somerset Democrat Patty Schachtner are running in northwestern Wisconsin’s 10th Senate District in Tuesday’s special election. Jarchow would seem a strong favorite, but Democrats believe Schachtner has a chance to compete in a deep-red district.
sports • 1B-3B
Cold-shooting Bucks lose
Goran Dragic scored 11 of his 25 points in the fourth quarter, and the Miami Heat held Milwaukee to its worst shooting game in nearly five years on the way to topping the Bucks 97-79.