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Pursuit on west side of Madison lead to crashes
Madison police say a crash lead to a pursuit which lead to another crash on the west side of Madison Wednesday night.
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Wed Apr 23, 2014
Madison shows signs that Spring is finally here
Every year in Southern Wisconsin it's the same. Winter can't end fast enough and Spring always feels like it's just out of reach.
The Daily Page
Isthmus Green Day 2014 exhibitors
Stop by Monona Terrace on Saturday, April 26, to see what all of these great, green vendors have to offer.
WBAY-TV Green Bay
Walker Signs Multiple Bills Into Law
A Wisconsin state law covering information doctors are required to tell patients will be expanded under a bill Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law.
Training for weather spotters
Weather spotters are changing the way officials get the word out about severe weather.
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Walker downplays change at Government Accountabili...
Gov. Scott Walker speaks on his Wisconsin Working plan at MCL Industries in Pulaski, Jan. 9, 2012.
Man beaten unconscious, bicyclists step in
Two bicyclists came to the aid of a man who was beaten unconscious on a bike trail in a feud over a woman, according to a release from Madison police.
Tue Apr 22, 2014
Democratic aide says Gov. Walker will sign officer-involved shootings bill
An aide to a Wisconsin lawmaker said Gov. Scott Walker intends to sign a bill that would put outside agencies in charge of investigating officer-involved deaths.
Narcotics Task Force bust yields two arrests
Police say two alleged drug dealers were arrested Tuesday as part of a joint drug bust involving the Madison Police Department and the Dane County Narcotics Task Force.
Fire in utility closet threatens Wausau apartments
A 28-year-old gunman held a fast food worker hostage for about an hour Tuesday in Wittenberg, let him go unharmed and then surrendered himself about an hour later without incident, Shawano County Sheriff Randall Wright said.
Chase suspect tossed debris at police in hopes of stopping them
A man suspected of leading a police chase through Madison neighborhoods on Monday told police he and his passenger were throwing debris in hopes of stopping police.
Homeland Security may change deportation policy
The Associated Press reports that Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is considering limiting deportations of immigrants living in the country illegally but without serious criminal records.
WTAQ-AM Green Bay
Madison judge approves sale of 5 American TV and Appliance stores
A judge in Madison has approved the sale of five American TV and Appliance stores in Wisconsin that recently closed amid some controversy.
High court upholds Mich affirmative action ban
Banning chocolate milk from schools may sound like a good move for kids' health, but efforts to do so haven't turned out that way, a small study found.
The Modesto Bee
News from around Wisconsin at 5:28 a.m. CDT
University health officials are warning students about a rise in confirmed cases of mumps at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Fond du Lac and Area Business News & Notes
Anderson has more than 18 years of experience in manufacturing, plant management and engineering.
Mon Apr 21, 2014
Some say role of state legislator is part-time job with full-time benefits
With the next session scheduled for January 2015, WISN 12 News asks whether taxpayers are paying too much for a full-time Legislature, when in other states it is only a part-time job.
Lyft, Uber drivers cited for the first time in Madison
For the first time, Madison police have ticketed drivers operating under the rideshare companies Lyft and Uber.
Water main flushing begins in Madison
Madison Water Utility's water main flushing program began on Monday. During the warmer months, crews go from neighborhood to neighborhood flushing out sediment from the city's water mains.
UPDATED: WB beltline in Madison back open following morning crash
Westbound lanes of the beltline were re-opened shortly before 1:00pm following clean-up of a one vehicle crash.