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News Minute: Here is the latest Wisconsin news from The Associated Press

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MILWAUKEE (AP) - President Barack Obama says he won't take no for an answer as he presses Congress to raise the minimum wage. Obama told a union crowd at LaborFest in Milwaukee on Monday that the economy is "revving" and that "America deserves a raise."

FRANKLIN, Wis. (AP) - Police are looking for a suspect after violence at a soccer game in Franklin over the weekend. They say one player kicked another during a brawl at an adult league game and knocked him out. At least three other people were hurt in Sunday's melee.

MILWAUKEE (AP) - Milwaukee police say a police officer who crashed his squad car Monday had some kind of medical emergency before the impact. Police say the officer rear-ended another car stopped at a red light near Miller Park. The other also was taken to the hospital with injuries described as not life-threatening.

MILWAUKEE (AP) - A Minnesota State University student who fell from a Milwaukee parking ramp last month after a night of drinking remains in a coma. And his family and friends are still trying to piece together what happened. Police have raised the possibility that Giovanni Quiroz was trying to kill himself, but his family and friends say there were no signs he was depressed and he was only a semester away from college graduation.

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