INDIANAPOLIS — Danica Patrick strolled into Indianapolis Motor Speedway with a sunburn, a surprise gift from an afternoon spent in Green Bay, reading books while lying in the grass with boyfriend Aaron Rodgers. As retirement comes racing toward her, she’s never been more at ease — except for one thing. Patrick was looking relaxed at the final media day of her racing career, wearing white cutoff shorts and $500 Golden Goose sneakers — with just a touch of gray hair at
GREEN BAY — Aaron Rodgers’ eventful offseason included a trip to India to see the spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and a pit stop to watch his girlfriend, race car driver Danica Patrick, at Daytona. He also purchased a minority stake in the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks. This week, it’s back to the practice field for the two-time NFL MVP. On-field offseason workouts have started for the Green Bay Packers. They are especially important for a team that has had a lot of change
INDIANAPOLIS — Ed Carpenter and Danica Patrick got exactly what they needed in qualifying Sunday. Now comes the hard part: Finding a way to victory lane next weekend. After crashing Roger Penske’s front-row party by claiming his third Indianapolis 500 pole-winning run and watching his teammate, Patrick, qualify seventh for the final start of her career, Carpenter quickly turned his attention to hosting a bigger family celebration at the track his stepfather’s family owns.
A rural Eau Claire man will spend 4½ years in prison for making multiple bomb and other threats in Eau Claire County. Eau Claire County Judge William Gabler this week ordered Dustin E. Hewitt, 24, to spend five years on extended supervision following his release from prison. A jury convicted Hewitt of a felony count of bomb scares and two felony counts of bail jumping following a two-day trial in February. Hewitt was also fined $1,554. As conditions of supervision, Gabler ordered