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teenager dies after catching flu virus


image copyrightbethany walker familyimage caption bethany walker contracted the flu virus which developed into pneumonia an 18-year-old woman has died in hospital after catching the flu virus.bethany walker, from applecross in wester ross, had been suffering from the virus at home before it developed into pneumonia.she was airlifted to raigmore hospital in inverness where she died last friday.her mother heather teale paid tribute to her "beautiful girl", describing her as "the best daughter i could have ever wished for".details of the teenager's death emerged as official figures confirmed the number of flu cases in scotland has doubled in the last week.eight of the 53 people treated in intensive care units in scotland in the past fortnight have died, although officials stressed they may ha






teenager dies after catching flu virus


image copyrightbethany walker familyimage caption bethany walker contracted the flu virus which developed into pneumonia an 18-year-old woman has died in hospital after catching the flu virus.bethany walker, from applecross in wester ross, had been suffering from the virus at home before it developed into pneumonia.she was airlifted to raigmore hospital in inverness where she died last friday.her mother heather teale paid tribute to her "beautiful girl", describing her as "the best daughter i could have ever wished for".details of the teenager's death emerged as official figures confirmed the number of flu cases in scotland has doubled in the last week.eight of the 53 people treated in intensive care units in scotland in the past fortnight have died, although officials stressed they may ha






teenager dies after catching flu virus


image copyrightbethany walker familyimage caption bethany walker contracted the flu virus which developed into pneumonia an 18-year-old woman has died in hospital after catching the flu virus.bethany walker, from applecross in wester ross, had been suffering from the virus at home before it developed into pneumonia.she was airlifted to raigmore hospital in inverness where she died last friday.her mother heather teale paid tribute to her "beautiful girl", describing her as "the best daughter i could have ever wished for".details of the teenager's death emerged as official figures confirmed the number of flu cases in scotland has doubled in the last week.eight of the 53 people treated in intensive care units in scotland in the past fortnight have died, although officials stressed they may ha






teenager dies after catching flu virus


image copyrightbethany walkerimage caption bethany walker contracted the flu virus which developed into pneumonia an 18-year-old woman has died in hospital after catching the flu virus.bethany walker, from applecross in wester ross, had been suffering from the virus at home before it developed into pneumonia.she was airlifted to raigmore hospital in inverness where she died last friday.her mother heather teale paid tribute to her "beautiful girl", describing her as "the best daughter i could have ever wished for".details of the teenager's death emerged as official figures confirmed the number of flu cases in scotland has doubled in the last week.eight of the 53 people treated in intensive care units in scotland in the past fortnight have died, although officials stressed they may have had






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coronation street praised for child grooming storyline


image copyrightitvimage caption chris harper and lucy fallon play nathan and bethany charities have praised itv soap coronation street for its current storyline about child grooming.wednesday night's episode saw nathan curtis imply he would soon be making his much younger girlfriend bethany platt available to his friends for sex.ofcom confirmed it had received one complaint about the storyline.but children's charity barnardo's praised the soap for "shining a light on this serious but little discussed issue".nathan and bethany: the story so farimage copyrightitvviewers have been watching the relationship between 35-year-old nathan and 17-year-old bethany develop over recent weeks.nathan has bought her alcohol and gifts including a mobile phone and bethany has introduced him to her mother an






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walker to launch re-election campaign nov. 5 in waukesha


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker plans to launch his campaign for a third term on nov. 5 at a manufacturing facility in waukesha.walker's campaign announced thursday that he will hold an event at weldall manufacturing to officially begin his campaign. walker was just there last month with vice president mike pence who met with employees to tout the republican tax overhaul plan.walker plans to follow the campaign kick-off with a series of a dozen events across the state that week.roughly a dozen democrats have either launched their campaigns, or are considering running, to challenge walker. the primary is in august and the election is one year and a day after walker's nov. 5 launch.






vos to walker on budget vetoes: 'i won't forget this'


madison, wis. — republican wisconsin assembly speaker robin vos told gov. scott walker "i won't forget this" after walker agreed to make several vetoes to the state budget to win support in the senate.the texts were released thursday from walker's office to the associated press under open records law. vos's office said no texts existed.both messages were sent by vos to walker on sept. 15, the day after the senate passed the budget after walker agreed to make a series of vetoes.vos said in one, "very disappointed in the way i've been treated...not even the courtesy of a phone call before you took out things that were important to me." in another he says, "i won't forget this."vos and walker had disagreed on numerous issued throughout budget debate.






slick horror film 'bethany' exploits its real-life terrors


it’s usually smart when horror movies tie their scares to something relevant, but when handled ham-fistedly, the results can be exploitative. james cullen bressack’s “bethany” is polished, well-acted and filled with memorably disgusting images, but its portrait of a frazzled adult survivor of child abuse is ultimately formulaic and a little sleazy.stefanie estes stars as claire, who reluctantly moves back into her childhood home with her husband, aaron (played by zack ward, who also co-wrote the script). soon she’s experiencing what she most feared: traumatic memories of her domineering mother (shannen doherty), coupled with gory, terrifying visions of being pursued by something monstrous.at its best, “bethany” generates strong feelings of everyday dread, just from the way that everyone fr






walker says he wouldn't run for re-election had clinton won


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker says he wouldn't have run for a third term if democrat hillary clinton had been elected president.walker made his comment in an interview friday on msnbc. walker has not said whether he will run for a third term in 2018, but he's raising money and taking steps as if he is going to do it.walker says in the interview "if hillary clinton was president of the united states right now, i would not have run for re-election" in wisconsin. walker says he looks forward to working with republican president donald trump on a series of reforms, including welfare programs and how federal aid is sent to the states.walker also calls trump's cabinet picks a "top-notch group."






text messages show tension between walker, vos


madison, wis. — text messages exchanged between gov. scott walker and fellow republican assembly speaker robin vos show private tensions as they bicker over the state budget.copies of the messages were released friday by the governor's office to the associated press.the messages were made public the day after vos and the republican-controlled budget committee rejected walker's plan for roads funding and tossed 83 policy items from his two-year spending plan.in one exchange, vos texted walker about a tweet sent during a budget committee hearing where walker ruled out a tax increase to pay for roads. vos tells walker that the tweet isn't helpful, and assumes it came from walker's staff.but walker messages back, "that's not staff. that's me."walker spokesman tom evenson says the governor and






ann coulter denies jimmie walker dating rumors


ann coulter is not in a relationship. the political commentator has finally addressed claims that she and jimmie walker are an item. on wednesday, coulter took to twitter to deny norman lear’s statement that she and walker are dating. she insisted that while she cares about him, she and walker are only close friends. “best of…






walker assembles familiar campaign re-election team


madison, wis. (ap) — gov. scott walker’s re-election team contains familiar long-time advisers, including a target in the john doe criminal investigation that looked into campaign fundraising during the 2012 recall election.walker announced key campaign leadership and staff positions tuesday.walker’s campaign chairman will once again be longtime confidante and former wisconsin republican party chairman michael grebe. milwaukee businessman jon hammes will be walker’s campaign finance chairman.walker’s senior strategic adviser will be r.j. johnson, who held the same role in walker’s first run in 2010, the recall and his 2014 re-election bid. the wisconsin supreme court in 2015 declared none of the fundraising activity johnson and others were involved with to benefit walker’s campaign was ill






beth shipsey inquest: a&e overcrowded on night of overdose


image caption bethany shipsey was at the end of the corridor in the emergency department because it was so busy, an inquest heard a woman who died after taking diet pills did not get appropriate care because a&e was overcrowded, an inquest has heard.bethany shipsey, 21, took an overdose of tablets containing the industrial substance dnp in february last year.a junior doctor who saw her said it was "one of the busiest days" he had seen.dr alireza niroumand said ms shipsey was at the end of the corridor in the emergency department in worcestershire royal hospital. he said he could not transfer her to the resuscitation room because the department was full. he added he should have consulted the poisons department when he saw ms shipsey at 18:30 to understand the drug he had "never seen before"






walker to rattle cage on roads, panel to vote on tuition


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker was to urge lawmakers to reach a deal on road funding, while the legislature's budget committee was likely to reject walker's proposed tuition cut for the university of wisconsin.the joint finance committee was also slated to vote thursday on walker's welfare reform package that includes making wisconsin the first state in the country to require drug tests for some medicaid applicants.walker scheduled a news conference in neenah to discuss the urgency of reaching agreement on roads funding. walker and republican legislative leaders are at odds over the best plan.republicans also can't agree on whether to cut uw tuition by 5 percent as walker wants, by a lesser amount or continue the current freeze.the budget committee was expected to approve walker's expan






teenager who left to sail around the world dies in accident


image copyrightgofundmea denbighshire teenager who left wales to sail around the world with her family 10 years ago has been killed in an accident in jamaica.bethany smith, 18, was working as a deckhand on a luxury schooner.she fell while working high up a mast of the 196 ft (60m) vessel germania nova which was berthed in the jamaican town of port antonio, portland.her mother sarah is in trinidad, whilst her father david is working in the netherlands.the teenager spent her early years in glyndyfrdwy, corwen, but her parents set sail from aberystwyth in april 2007 in their yacht "cape" along with bethany's younger brother bryn.after spending three years cruising around the mediterranean, the family sailed on to the canary islands and west africa where they spent a further two years before c






walker open to raising vehicle registration fees


blanchardville, wis. — gov. scott walker remains opposed to raising the gas tax, but he's not shutting the door on higher vehicle registration fees.walker tells wkow-tv in an interview thursday (http://bit.ly/2otknsk ) that "there might be some other ways" to paying for roads in wisconsin other than gas tax hikes. he did not rule out raising transportation-related fees as part of the solution.that could prove to be an important negotiating point as walker and republican legislative leaders work on the state budget. walker says he spoke at length wednesday with republican assembly speaker robin vos and senate majority leader scott fitzgerald about the issue.walker says, "i just don't want the overall (tax) burden going up."assembly republican leaders have been urging walker to consider all






walker kicks off governor's fishing opener with 2 walleye


cable, wis. — wisconsin gov. scott walker kicked off the 52st annual governor's fishing opener by catching two walleye.walker was in cable on saturday for the event on lake namekagon.walker says fishing is a time-honored tradition and tourism attraction in wisconsin that draws hundreds of thousands of anglers from outside the state every year.walker says more than 193,000 jobs in wisconsin depend on tourism.






walker says he'd 'love' to run against madison mayor soglin


madison, wis. — republican gov. scott walker says he would love a chance to run against democratic madison mayor paul soglin.the longtime mayor this weekend floated the possibility of running for governor next year when walker is expected to seek a third term.walker dismissed soglin on monday as an "unabashed throwback to the 1960s radical liberal." soglin was beaten by police during a university of wisconsin campus protest in the 1960s and went on to become mayor in 1973. he's served as mayor on and off again since then for 20 years.walker isn't giving soglin any credit for madison's strong economy, saying unemployment is low in the capital city because of state government and uw.if soglin would run, walker says "i'd love to have that battle."






walker says he won't visit wisconsin's juvenile prisons


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker says he does not plan to visit wisconsin's troubled juvenile prisons before his second term ends in over a year.walker has never been to the lincoln hills or copper lake prisons in irma north of wausau. the prisons have been the subject of a federal investigation into prisoner abuse for nearly three years and the subject of multiple lawsuits.democrats have criticized walker for failing to view prison operations first-hand.walker told the associated press in an interview saturday that "democrats focus on things that are for show as opposed to results."walker says he expects the department of corrections to make whatever changes are necessary to ensure the safety and security of staff and offenders at the prisons.






after years of cuts, walker gives more in latest budget


madison, wis. — after years of deep cuts, k-12 public schools and the university of wisconsin stand to be big winners under gov. scott walker's proposed state budget.now all walker has to do is convince lukewarm fellow republicans who control the state legislature to go along. walker was set to deliver the budget to the legislature on wednesday afternoon.he's already said it will include a $649 million increase for k-12 schools, a 5 percent tuition cut for all university of wisconsin resident undergraduates, tax cuts and welfare reform.republican legislative leaders have been cautious in their reactions to walker's uw and k-12 proposals, saying they want to see how the additional spending fits with the rest of the budget.the budget comes as walker is considering running for a third term.






walker to tell republicans he's 'ready' for run


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker plans to tell republicans that he's ready to run for re-election next year.walker has been indicating for months that he's going to seek a third term in 2018. excerpts released friday of his wisconsin republican party convention speech show he's going to tell party insiders on saturday that he sees no reason not to run again.walker says in the speech excerpts, "why wouldn't i run for re-election?"walker is set to tout recent republican successes, including the highest republican majorities in the senate and assembly in decades, last year's re-election of sen. ron johnson and president donald trump's victory.with walker poised for another run, democrats are still searching for a top-tier candidate to challenge him. their state convention is in three weeks.






walker says he has 'no interest' in higher vehicle fees


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker says he has "no interest" in raising vehicle registration fees as part of a plan to pay for wisconsin roads.instead, walker said monday he is optimistic there will be enough money from general tax collections and other savings to balance the budget without raising taxes.walker last week refused to rule out higher vehicle registration fees to plug an estimated $1 billion transportation budget shortfall. walker has promised to veto a gas tax increase.walker stopped short monday of promising a veto of higher vehicle fees, instead saying he was "very confident we'll reach a positive conclusion" with the republican-controlled legislature.the legislature's budget committee held six hearings this month and plans to start voting on making changes to walker's budge






walker says critics of k-12 funding plan are 'cynics'


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker says critics of his plan to spend $649 million more on k-12 schools in wisconsin are being cynical.walker made his comments tuesday at a meeting of the wisconsin counties ociation. his appearance comes the day before he releases the state budget to the legislature on wednesday.public school advocates have been praising walker's call to increase per-student spending at k-12 schools by $509 million. that's part of a $649 million boost in funding for schools. some democrats have said walker shouldn't be thanked for the plan given that he's cut more than $1 billion from school aids the past six years.walker says, "some cynics will say it's about the past." but he says the proposal is not about filling any past cuts, but "looking forward."






walker's evangelical alaskan cruise canceled


madison, wis. — an alaskan cruise with evangelical christians that gov. scott walker promised would be a "once-in-a-lifetime" experience has been canceled.the milwaukee journal sentinel reports wednesday (http://bit.ly/2lfhm9l ) that walker's spokesman tom evenson confirmed the august cruise had been called off "due to scheduling issues."the tour run by inspiration cruises and tours was to run from aug. 12 to aug. 19 and cost between about $1,300 and nearly $3,400. the trip is no longer listed on the tour website.walker was to be joined by his wife, first lady tonette walker, gospel singer wes hampton and trudy cathy white, whose father founded chick-fil-a.walker had promised participants would "enjoy nightly inspirational messages about issues that directly impact our society and business






walker says people outside of washington like trump


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker said monday that when president donald trump comes to wisconsin, he will see that people outside of washington "still like his policies."walker spoke on the mike gallagher radio show about a fundraiser trump is hosting for walker in milwaukee on tuesday night. trump is also touring a technical college with walker in the milwaukee area.the fundraiser comes as walker prepares for an expected re-election run in 2018. walker didn't initially endorse trump, but came around after he secured the republican nomination. trump carried wisconsin by less than a percentage point.walker promised in the radio interview that then $1,000-per-person fundraiser will be "one of the biggest events we've ever had for a statewide elected official."walker said in the interview th






walker won’t comment on allegations against trump, franken


madison, wis. (ap) — wisconsin gov. scott walker says he won’t comment on allegations of sexual misconduct lodged against president donald trump or minnesota sen. al franken, even though he’s said that alabama senate candidate roy moore should step aside.walker said friday, “i don’t comment on things in the past. i comment on things that are before me right now.”walker also refused to comment on whether the legislature should release details of sexual misconduct complaints that have been lodged against staff and lawmakers. republican and democratic leaders are united in keeping the records secret.walker says he’ll leave that up to the legislature, but his office has an “aggressive policy” and takes the issue “very seriously.” walker says no one in his office has been reprimanded for sexual






want a photo with trump and walker? got $10,000?


madison, wis. — want a picture with president donald trump and gov. scott walker?be prepared to fork over $10,000.that's how much a picture costs with walker and trump at a wisconsin fundraiser on tuesday. an invitation to the fundraiser obtained friday by the associated press indicates that a vip photo, host reception and preferred seating runs $20,000.just getting in the door is a cool $1,000. access to a reception and preferred seating is double that at $2,000.the fundraiser's location is being kept secret. the invitation says it will be provided only after the person rsvp's.walker is preparing to run for a third term next year.walker has said trump is expected to add other public events to the stop, but none have been announced.






walker proposes raises tax credit for working poor


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker is proposing to increase a tax credit for wisconsin's working poor as part of his initiative to wean people off of state welfare programs.walker announced wednesday that he was proposing increasing the maximum earned income tax credit from $135 to $371 for low income workers with one child. he says that would benefit about 130,000 small families and bring about 850 families over the poverty line.the move to increase the tax credit comes after walker cut it in 2011. walker says in a statement that families are the "foundation of our society" and his proposal is vital to his plans to ensure working families are rewarded, not penalized.the plan will be part of the state budget walker releases next week.






wisconsin gov. walker to release different-looking budget


madison, wis. — wisconsin gov. scott walker is expected to put forward a state budget that looks far different than the ones from his first six years in office.walker has said the budget he's releasing wednesday will have a huge boost for schools, sizeable tuition cuts for college students groaning under debt and increased tax breaks for the working poor.the famously tightfisted walker's shift likely has a lot to do with positioning for a third term in 2018. democrats, and even some republicans who control the legislature, say his plan is unrealistic and designed to boost his approval rating before another run for office.democratic sen. jon erpenbach says the budget is "more of an investment in scott walker's re-election than it is in we the people of wisconsin."






walker reports having $2.4 million on hand for re-election


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker's campaign is reporting that it raised $3.5 million in the first six months of the year and has $2.4 million cash on hand for his re-election bid in 2018.walker's campaign manager joe fadness released the numbers tuesday in a memo directed to the governor. walker is expected to formally launch his re-election bid later this summer, but he's been aggressively raising money in expectation of seeking a third term.walker's cash on hand exceeds what he had at this point in 2013. walker's memo says lt. gov. rebecca kleefisch has $1.2 million cash on hand and the state republican party has $1.7 millionwalker's campaign released the fundraising numbers hours after milwaukee businessman andy gronik announced he was running as a democrat. he's the most prominent dem






walker plans "transformative" evangelical alaskan cruise


madison, wis. — wisconsin gov. scott walker is inviting people to join him and evangelical christian leaders on what he's calling a "transformative" and "once-in-a-lifetime" cruise to alaska.the tour run by inspiration cruises and tours runs from aug. 12 to aug. 19 and costs between about $1,300 and nearly $3,400. the milwaukee journal sentinel first reported on the trip monday.walker will be joined by his wife, first lady tonette walker, gospel singer wes hampton and trudy cathy white, whose father founded chick-fil-a.walker posted a personal invitation for the cruise on the company's website. he says participants will "enjoy nightly inspirational messages about issues that directly impact our society and business climate today."the ship plans stops in juneau, sitka and ketchikan.walker i






lawmaker: walker owes apology to single parents


madison, wis. — a democratic state representative who was a single parent says gov. scott walker owes an apology to all single and unmarried parents in wisconsin.walker said in his state budget address on wednesday that people who wait until they're 21 to get married and have kids are more likely to be successful. state rep. amanda stuck said friday those comments reminded her of what it felt like to be a single parent at 19. she says the world treated her like a failure but she worked hard and finished school.stuck calls walker's comments "close-minded."walker in his speech was referencing research on the "success sequence." he says people should go to school, get a job, get married and then have kids.walker's spokesman did not immediately return a message.






walker headed to japan as part of state trip


madison, wis. — gov. scott walker is headed to japan as part of a state economic development trip.walker spokesman tom evenson says walker left on friday and planned to return on sunday. evenson says the trip is part of an effort by the wisconsin economic development corporation to "pursue a significant foreign direct investment opportunity for our state."walker's office did not release any other details about the trip, including who was traveling with the governor, where in japan he was headed or what the opportunity he's pursuing may be.






vin diesel on paul walker: we don't want to let him down


las vegas — vin diesel says he and the "fast and furious" crew do not want to let down the late paul walker with their new film.the actor on wednesday spoke to a packed auditorium at cinemacon in las vegas about the eighth installment in the franchise, "the fate of the furious"— the first full film in the series made in the aftermath of walker's death in 2013.after walker died, his two brothers helped complete action scenes in "furious 7," which earned more than $1.5 billion globally when it was released in 2015.a choked up diesel said walker had always envisioned eight movies in the series."i always feel like he's looking down on us and we don't want to let him down," diesel said."the fate of the furious" speeds into theaters on april 14.diesel in his usual manner promised that it will be






wisconsin democrats view republican gov. walker as beatable


madison, wis. — wisconsin democrats say they are increasingly optimistic about their chances of knocking of republican gov. scott walker next year, even though a top tier candidate has yet to emerge and they're still recovering from a devastating 2016 election.democrats are gathering this weekend for the wisconsin state party convention. they say liberals are energized in opposition both to president donald trump and republicans closely tied to him like walker.walker's approval rating has been below 50 percent since early 2014.but their recent track record hasn't been good. democrats are still trying to recover from trump becoming the first republican presidential candidate to carry wisconsin since 1984. and walker has been challenged plenty but has won three elections since 2010.






walker taking applications for clarke successor as sheriff


madison, wis. — wisconsin gov. scott walker is seeking applicants to succeed david clarke as sheriff in milwaukee county.walker on wednesday put out the call for applicants by sept. 27. clarke resigned last week to take a job working for a political action committee that supports president donald trump.clarke's replacement will serve through the end of next year. the position is up for election in november 2018. inspector richard schmidt is serving as interim sheriff.former milwaukee police captain earnell lucas is running and says he will ask walker to appoint him. milwaukee county circuit judge john siefert also says he plans to run in 2018 but will not seek walker's appointment. both are democrats.u.s. marshal kevin carr has said he would seek walker's appointment. he served as clarke's