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Walker not planning changes to WRS; recount affirms Senate swing to Democrats; Xcel crews head east to help untangle storm damage; more briefs

Published 07/02/2012, Rivertowns.net

A report released Monday indicates Gov. Scott Walker won't tinker with the $77 billion Wisconsin Retirement System as long as it remains viable for taxpayers and retirees. Also, Wisconsin's prolonged heat wave is unseasonably early and is quickly drying out crops statewide. Also, a rookie Milwaukee police officer has been fired and faces charges after her car appears to have been used in a homicide. Plus more state briefs.

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