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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Police arrested an Edgerton woman late Sunday after she waved a gun around in an Edgerton apartment and threatened to shoot several people there, authorities said.
A provision passed in last year's state budget bill greatly restricts the ability of local communities in Wisconsin to reject broadcast towers.
A Janesville man was treated for a minor dog bite and released from St. Mary's Janesville Hospital before being taken to the Rock County Jail after he was taken down by Janesville Police Officer Glen Hageman and his police dog, Karo, on Sunday night.
Zachary Allen, 22, was taken to University Hospital in Madison with unknown injuries, the Green County Sheriff's Department said in a news release.
Sometime between now and the middle of summer, United Way Blackhawk Region will have a new leader. President Steve Kinkade announced his retirement Friday.
Lena Verkuilen of the Welty Environmental Center and Dan Bartlett of Beloit College are preparing to share many marvels of the natural world with a small group of adults. Beginning Tuesday, April 8, they will teach a course to promote awareness, understanding and stewardship of the state's natural resources. The class of no more than 25 will be part of a statewide Wisconsin Master Naturalist program.
A Clinton man was arrested for his fifth operating while intoxicated offense after Janesville Police stopped him early Sunday morning, according to a news release from the Janesville Police Department.
Next week, members of the Janesville Police Department's chaplaincy program will be hosting the International Conference of Police Chaplains regional training session. Local ministers and police liaisons talked about the program and how it helps officers.
Two people are dead after an early morning crash in the town of Beloit.
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