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There’s nothing like ice cream to cool off from the muggy monsoon weather we’ve had of late, and thanks to Culver’s 30th anniversary, there are plenty of deals to be had this week at the Wisconsin-based burger chain. Now through Sunday, July 20, Culver’s offers daily specials, including $2 root beer floats on Thursday, a $6 Double ButterBurger and cheese value basket on Friday, $2 mini mixers on Saturday and $1 single scoop lemon ice on Sunday. For locations and times, visit Culvers.com.
Starbucks is rolling out a program that would allow its workers to earn an online college degree at Arizona State University at a steeply discounted rate.
MADISON, Wis. - Nestled on an isthmus that's home to both buttoned-up politicians in the state Capitol and more liberal-leaning college students just a short walk away, Madison lives up to its endearing unofficial motto as "77 square miles surrounded by reality."
Even if Arizona lucks out and elects a lion hearted governor, it’ll still take herculean commitment to cut controlling ties to various federal programs. With summer primaries revving up, think of the gutsy governors of Utah, Ohio, Wisconsin, South Carolina and Texas. Their courage is remarkable.
The Chandler Police Department has sent out information about a convicted sex offender who has moved into the city.
WASHINGTON — The popular ACT college admissions exam is broadening how it reports students' scores.
FILE - This Oct. 10, 2012 file photo shows a man walking by the Wisconsin state Capitol in Madison, Wis. The state Capitol, the highest point of Madison’s modest skyline at just over 284 feet, marks both the geographic and cultural center of the city. (AP Photo/Scott Bauer, File)
This undated image provided by the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau shows bicyclists on State Street in Madison, Wis. State Street runs about three-quarters of a mile from the state Capitol to the University of Wisconsin campus. The thoroughfare is car-free except for delivery trucks and buses, attracting a mix of undergrads, locals and government workers for shopping, dining and people-watching. (AP Photo/ Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau, John Maniaci)
This undated image provided by the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau shows a crowd relaxing at Memorial Union Terrace in Madison, Wis. The terrace on State Street by the University of Wisconsin campus is a popular destination, almost like the city’s back porch, with metal chairs for relaxing, hanging out and looking at Lake Mendota. (AP Photo/John Maniaci for the Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau, John Maniaci)
Mesa artist Jim Gardner has been successfully supporting himself with his art for decades, but he doesn’t think of it as a job. It doesn’t have a pension or benefits, and there is no guarantee of job security.
The Education Department on Thursday took the unprecedented step of releasing the names of the 55 colleges and universities currently facing a Title IX investigation over their handling of sexual abuse complaints.
WASHINGTON — U.S. public high schools have reached a milestone, an 80 percent graduation rate. Yet that still means 1 of every 5 students walks away without a diploma.
LOS ANGELES — The pre-pre-season opening kickoff of the 2014 National Football League schedule is returned for a score in "Draft Day," an entirely conventional serio-comic sports world melodrama that pushes its buttons with undeniable professional finesse. In his most effective full star turn in perhaps a decade, Kevin Costner dominates as the greenhorn general manager of the beleaguered Cleveland Browns who could emerge from the heavy shadow of his late revered father with the successful handling of the annual draft of college players.
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MILWAUKEE — Long before it was known for fine cheddar cheese or the Green Bay Packers, Wisconsin was famous for beer, especially the national brands brewed in Milwaukee: Schlitz, Blatz and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
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NEW YORK — Errol Morris spent more than 30 hours interviewing Donald Rumsfeld. He sifted through thousands of memos — "snowflakes," Rumsfeld called them — from the former secretary of defense and architect of the Iraq war.
BROOKLINE, Mass. — The spirited sport known as parkour that treats the world as one big obstacle course is gaining traction outside of the urban enthusiasts whose YouTube-worthy acrobatics spread its popularity.
USA Triathlon has partnered with Life Time to create a high performance training environment in Scottsdale for the organization’s Collegiate Recruitment Program, a talent identification program for former collegiate swimmers and runners.
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Even those with only a dim interest in fine art have likely heard of Georgia O’Keeffe or seen a poster filled with one of her vivid flower paintings.
MILWAUKEE — Drive south from downtown Milwaukee into the Walker's Point neighborhood and the dimly lit streets and empty buildings will make you feel like you should keep going.
NEW YORK — Butterball apparently has big fat mystery on its hands: The company says it doesn't know why some of its turkeys wouldn't plump up in time for Thanksgiving this year.
KENOSHA, Wis. — When the auto plant here closed, this prosperous Wisconsin port city on Lake Michigan lost more than just its largest employer. Its sense of vitality seemed to drain away, and city leaders set out to find something that would inject life into the brick-storefront downtown while the economy went through a transition.
In this Sept. 28, 2013 photo, Johnathan Sainski, 2, of Wheatland, Wis., points out his favorite streetcar to his grandmother Anna Sainski, of Bristol, Wis., during Kenosha Streetcar Day outside the Joseph McCarthy Transit Center in Kenosha, Wis. From left are the Johnstown (Kenosha), Southeastern Pennsylvania, Cincinnati and the Pittsburgh streetcars. When the city of Kenosha lost the auto plant that employed thousands, the a bruised community in southern Wisconsin plucked something unexpected from its pre-automobile past to help reinvent the city and fill its depressed downtown with life. They brought back their street cars, sending brightly colored antique trolleys creeping along a two-mile loop around the city and along the lake Michigan shore. (AP Photo/Michael Schmidt)