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Topic - Herbert Kohl
It was a surprise that left employees of the Milwaukee Bucks' arena stunned and some in tears.
The NBA's board of governors unanimously approved the sale Thursday of the Milwaukee Bucks to New York investment firm executives Wesley Edens and Marc Lasry, bringing the forlorn franchise one step closer to starting a new era.
Former Sen. Herb Kohl has called a news conference to discuss the ownership of the Milwaukee Bucks and the team's future.
The Atlanta Hawks got a confidence boost before the playoffs. The Milwaukee Bucks found out they were being sold.
Bucks owner Herb Kohl was well past retirement age and realized it was time to secure the future of the franchise. He had one big caveat for any potential investors: Keep the team in his hometown of Milwaukee.
Bucks owner Herb Kohl wants to add to the team's ownership group in hopes of building a new arena that he said would cement the team's long-term future in Milwaukee.
The Bradley Center has a new name and, perhaps, a more specific expiration date.
With longtime Democratic incumbent Herb Kohl retiring, both parties are picking their champions for a U.S. Senate race in Wisconsin that will likely be a bellwether battle in the fight for control of the chamber in 2012.
Just as many voters were getting over a record-setting string of state Senate recall elections with the prospect of another against the governor, the parties are gearing up for what many are predicting will be a hard-fought race for the open U.S. Senate seat left by retiring Sen. Herb Kohl, a Democrat.
The battle over reducing Medicare's cost for prescription drugs flared up on Capitol Hill on Thursday as lawmakers continued to debate deficit-reduction plans that could curb the program's growth.
A key member of the Senate Judiciary Committee is calling on federal regulators to block AT&T's proposed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile USA.
Rising GOP star Rep. Paul Ryan is taking a pass on next year's open Senate race in Wisconsin, but that doesn't make the contest any easier for the Democratic Party, which is facing an uphill slog in a slew of battles across the Midwest.
Rep. Paul D. Ryan said Sunday he would have a decision within days on whether he will seek the Senate seat from Wisconsin being vacated by retiring Sen. Herb Kohl.
Rep. Paul Ryan said Sunday that he would have a decision within days on whether he will seek the seat from Wisconsin being vacated by Sen. Herb Kohl.
Here's what Democratic Sen. Herb Kohl of Wisconsin told senior oil company executives at a recent Judiciary Committee hearing: "People don't get it.
Specifically, the court agreed that Wisconsin Right to Life, a nonprofit corporation, had the right to use funds in its treasury to broadcast TV and radio ads within 30 days of the Wisconsin primary that urged citizens to contact Wisconsin Democratic Sens. Russ Feingold, who was seeking re-election, and Herb Kohl, who was not, and tell them to stop participating in Democratic filibusters against several of President Bush's judicial nominees.