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Anonymous source snitched on woman
Not so fast. That is the message being delivered by Wisconsin's Public Records Board is giving to the state Department of Corrections. The DOC requested permission to delete some videos...
A missing man from the Hixton area was shot more than a week ago, and buried on his own property, according to the Jackson County Sheriff's Department.
Brian Helgeson's body was discovered yesterday...around the time that his son Lars was arrested after a manhunt. Lars Helgeson is expected to be charged soon in Jackson County with first-degree murder.
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has released the identity of the victim in a fatal crash that happened on Tuesday night on State Highway 27 just south of Cataract.
24 year old James Denomie of Hayward crossed the center line just before midnight Tuesday and into the path of an oncoming car. He was found in his car 300 past the crash scene. The passengers in the other car were not injured.
The crash remains under investigation by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, Wisconsin State Patrol and the Monroe County Medical Examiner.
Common Core state standards in school districts around the state could vanish
The newest Mrs. Oktoberfest has been introduced at a dinner on the U-W-L campus...where she worked for many years.
Kenna Christians headed the U-W-L foundation for six years, following a long tenure as a fundraiser at Viterbo. Candidates for Mrs. Oktoberfest have to agree to be nominated. Kenna claims she had forgotten about the nomination before getting the honor in May.
A full size bear was reported to be in the City of Tomah today near the area of Sime Ave and Monowau street behind the Camelot Trailers.
A short time later city crew workers saw the bear running east, across the grass runway strip, away from the trailer park.
If you see the bear in the area dont approach it. If you live in the area please keep your garbage cleaned/picked up and only put it out when it is required to be picked up.
As soon as La Crosse firefighters responded to an apartment fire last week, they discovered that the flames were coming from an apparent marijuana-growing operation.
Now, two people living in the apartment above a Main Street antique store are facing drug charges. Criminal complaints were filed yesterday against Michael Sloan and Melissa Sader, for reportedly hiding an indoor growing lab inside and under furniture. Sloan appeared in La Crosse County court the day after the apartment fire, on a charge of possessing more than 20 marijuana plants, but the formal charges were not ready yet. Sader claims she didn't know about the marijuana operation. Faulty wiring in the growing system has been blamed for starting the fire.
There may not be a Friday morning parade this week for Oktoberfest, but a
While the debate over de-funding Obamacare rages in Washington, those
MADISON, Wis. (AP) Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen is set to launch a new heroin awareness campaign.
Van Hollen is set to appear at Madison news conference Wednesday with University of Madison Police Chief Susan Riseling, Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney, Madison Police Chief Noble Wray and Madison Fire Chief Steven Davis to kick off the campaign and highlight heroin's impact on Madison, Dane County and surrounding areas.
The attorney general is slated to hold a number of other news conferences around the state on Thursday to promote the campaign. He's scheduled to make stops in Sheboygan, Appleton, Wausau and Eau Claire.