City council will vote on change next week
Sometimes, when things are working well, you have to wonder why people want to change the way things work. Such is the case with lawmakers in Madison, who want to...
Senator Jennifer Shilling was the first to speak on the senate floor this
He was afraid people would treat him like 'a leper'...
That's one reason Cain Moss gives for hauling a friend's body out of his house after an accidental drug death two years ago. Moss is on trial in La Crosse this week for hiding the body of Tony DuCharme, and for giving him a fatal dose of a powerful drug. Cain says he and girlfriend Tina Lorenz discussed different ways to deal with DuCharme's death. Moss testified that he didn't know about the Len Bias law, allowing criminal charges for contributing to a death from drugs. Testimony in the trial could wrap up on Thursday.
More then 15 thousand bass fishing fans are expected at this year's
The proposed new state budget is so bad, says Democrat Steve Doyle, that even