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With the governor's race in a dead heat, Republican Scott Walker says the key to his re-election is for his supporters to call voters and knock on their doors. A new Marquette Law School poll released yesterday shows Walker leads Democrat Mary Burke 46-to-45 percent among registered voters -- while Burke has a 47-46 edge over those likely to vote in November. Both are well within the margin of error, and poll director Charles Franklin says nothing has statistically changed since the last survey in May. Burke said she's glad to be leading among likely voters for the first time -- although the error margin puts that in doubt. Also, just under half of voters said they still don't know enough about Burke to form an opinion of her. Burke's campaign is trying to fix that with ads that profile her business experience with her family's Trek Bicycle company -- which Walker has criticized lately for shipping jobs to China. Three-fourths of respondents in the Marquette poll said they were aware of the now-halted John Doe probe into Walker's campaign activities in the recall elections. Of those, 54-percent said it was just more politics.
Wisconsin gas prices are 18 cents lower than a month ago. The Triple-"A" said regular fuel sold for an average of 3.54-a-gallon throughout the state this morning. That's down from 3.60 a week ago, and 3.72 at this time in June. Experts cite a lack of the most severe weather throughout the country, with no emergency refinery shutdowns. Darrell DeHaan of GasBuddy-Dot-Com says we've probably seen our peak prices for the year -- and they should stay within the mid-three-dollar range in the Milwaukee area for the next month or two. The Triple-"A" said Wisconsin fuel prices peaked at 3.73-a-gallon around Memorial Day. While conflicts keep flaring up in Israel and the Ukraine, Nick Jarmusz of the Wisconsin Triple-"A" says they're not affecting the flow oil from the Middle East like the violence in Iraq could have done.
Can police use cellphone data to track down murder suspects? The Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to answer that question today. The justices are scheduled to rule on a pair of homicide cases from Milwaukee and Kenosha counties, in which police obtained data from cellphone providers to find and arrest the suspects. Milwaukee Police found Bobby Tate in his mother's apartment. He said detectives did not have enough evidence to justify a warrant they obtained to track his cellphone. The Kenosha murder suspect, Nicolas Subdiaz-Osorio, was arrested in Arkansas. He contends that the search of his phone data was illegal.
A construction worker was injured yesterday in Kenosha, where Amazon-Dot-Com is building a new merchandise distribution center. Kenosha Police said the man was pinned between a beam and an aerial lift unit. Rescuers were called around 3:30 p-m. Police said the man was taken to a hospital with a shoulder injury, after he was freed by co-workers. Beiler said none of the employees saw what happened.