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6 hrs ago | Channel3000
The former Lutheran bishop charged in a deadly hit-and-run drunken-driving crash is in Dane County Court to be sentenced on Thursday.
8 hrs ago | Wisconsin Gazette
The Wisconsin Supreme Court on July 31 issued rulings upholding Act 10 and the voter ID law, both signed in 2011, and the state domestic partnership registry, signed into law in 2009.
10 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay
On a 5-2 vote Thursday, the justices threw out previous rulings from Dane County Circuit Judge Juan Colas -- who said that the Act 10 public union bargaining limits did not apply to local and school unions.
State Rep. Jon Richards on Thursday plans to launch the first TV ad in the race for attorney general.
A $900,000 grant will help low-income students in Madison and Verona. The Boys and Girls Club of Dane County is receiving $600,000 of that money, which was awarded by Great Lakes Higher Education.
Victims of domestic abuse in Dane County have a new place to go for help at a new shelter in Madison.
A 31-year-old Madison man sustained serious injuries Wednesday morning when another driver failed to stop at a stop sign in Dane County, according to officials.
I keep seeing more and more requests for input. Feels awkward because I work for a non-United Way Agency, but it seems they want community input and you should give it to them.
Imagine having your home sold outright from you, without you knowing about it. It sounds like a nightmare, but unfortunately it's a real possibility.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is expected to issue highly anticipated decisions Thursday dealing with union rights, photo identification for voters and the state's domestic partnership registry.
Fitchburg Mayor Shawn Pfaff said his city and Dane County are splitting the cost in half because, while McKee Road is part of County Highway PD, Fitchburg will take over the stretch currently under construction come 2020.
Crews continue to make strides on Verona Road southbound as traffic travels on the new northbound lanes for the first full week.
Russell E. Steiner, West Bend, was pulled from the waters of Lake Shishebogama late Saturday night, July 26, by members of his family, but he later died.
Updated: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:59 am
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