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MIDDLETON, Wis. (AP) – Authorities say they don’t yet know what prompted an employee of a Wisconsin software company to open fire at his office, injuring four people, including three seriously. The police chief in Middleton says the gunman also fired at police officers before they shot him. The man later died at a hospital. Wednesday’s shooting happened at WTS Paradigm.

MONONA, Wis. (AP) – Police are looking for a 16-year-old boy who was showing a gun that went off and wounded another teen on a city bus in Monona. Madison police say they received a call just before 4 p.m. Wednesday about someone shot on a Madison Metro bus. Police say the suspect was showing the gun to a 17-year-old boy when it went off, striking the victim in the leg. The suspect ran away. Several Monona area schools were put on lockdown in response.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – The mother of Wisconsin congressional candidate Randy Bryce doesn’t like to see her sons fight. Nancy Bryce is calling for an attack ad featuring Randy’s brother James to be taken off the air. The ad was unveiled Tuesday by a Republican super PAC linked to House Speaker Paul Ryan. Randy Bryce is running against Republican Bryan Steil to replace Ryan in the southeastern Wisconsin congressional district.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) – Former top administration officials to Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker aren’t airing their grievances as unnamed sources or through anonymous op-eds. They’re spilling the beans in campaign ads for Walker’s opponents, in lengthy public statements and in multiple on-the-record interviews. The decisions by three former Walker Cabinet secretaries to publicly blast the embattled two-term incumbent governor is forcing Walker to defend himself both from outside attacks by Democrats but also from within.

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