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The deadly U.S. attack on a hospital in Afghanistan, which U.S. officials have called a “mistake,” leaves open the possibility that the decision to open fire exceeded authority.
A man in his 20s was found dead in a town of Lyons home, possibly from a heroin overdose, Walworth County Sheriff's Office officials said. This occurs days after 74 reported overdoses in Chicago from a batched of laced heroin.
The Elkhorn Area School District's preliminary budget for 2015-16 increases by just under 0.60 percent, and the tax levy drops by 1 percent.
Recent incidents in Janesville highlight what an industry source calls an increasing trend: thefts of used grease from restaurants' deep fryers.
A stretch of Interstate 39 was blocked for nearly five hours early Wednesday morning after a semi crashed into a removable barrier and spilled 50 gallons of diesel fuel.
The Milton School Board expelled one middle school student Monday for going to school under the influence of alcohol, a violation of a pre-expulsion agreement, according to a news release.
The United Auto Workers union is threatening to go on strike against Fiat Chrysler after its membership rejected a tentative contract deal with the company.
North Academy Street, between Centerway and Laurel Avenue, will be closed to through traffic from 5 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 8, to the evening of Wednesday, Oct. 14.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation has announced it's set to move forward on a significant and permanent change to the interchange at Highway 14 and Interstate 90/39.
Enrollment is down in the Janesville School District, according to initial data from the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction and the district.
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