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1 hr ago | WKBT
The Badger Coulee Transmission Line project could end up costing as much as $580 million and for the first time residents are learning how much money they would be asked to contribute.
5 hrs ago | Black Enterprise
With Michael Brown's chances of earning a college degree being robbed from him, two organizations are coming together and making it their duty to help his younger siblings fulfill the opportunity that was taken from him.
5 hrs ago | Townhall
The Citizens for Responsible Government Network didn't want to sit on its hands and wait for a politically charged John Doe investigation that likely would never come.
7 hrs ago | The Janesville Gazette
Janesville has been using a federal grant to study its downtown riverfront, and a year-round indoor public market could be a boon to redevelopment efforts.
Normally they fight fires, but today they're fighting poverty. The Firefighters Local 311 are raising money to buy children in Dane County school supplies.
Rock County may soon be looking to Dane County for medical examiner services, after the current county coroner's elected term is finished the first of next year.
United Way of Dane County has kicked off the 2014 Campaign with the Days of Caring and the announcement of a $19 Million dollar goal for this year's campaign.
A 21-year-old Madison man has been declared AWOL from the Dane County Jail. Marvin Webb was sentenced to jail, with Huber privileges, and was released Tuesday morning from the Public Safety Building to attend a treatment program.
It's five months in jail, along with 5 years probation, for a Cross Plains woman, convicted of stealing from her mother.
Violence and unrest in Ferguson is something we cannot escape right now in the news.
Democrats continue to line up behind state attorney general candidate Susan Happ after her win in the democratic primary last week.
The 290,000 square feet of space will be a big upgrade for events like the World Dairy Expo, and the Horse Fair, but that's not all.
The Double Dollars program is a farmers market incentive program for SNAP/FoodShare Wisconsin participants that offers a dollar-for-dollar match for money spent at participating markets, officials said.
Wisconsin drug courts grow, but racial disparities persist Experts disagree as to why these disparities exist Check out this story on greenbaypressgazette.com: http://gbpg.net/1oEmEMR Judge Sarah O'Brien speaks to a graduate of the "drug court" program in Madison before handing him his diploma and reducing his criminal charges.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 08:12 pm
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