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WisDOT to hold public I-90/39 expansion project meeting
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation will hold a public meeting to present the proposed alternative for the I-90/39 and I-43/State 81system interchange.
Ryan proposes streamlining anti-poverty programs
Ryan proposes streamlining anti-poverty programs
Rep. Paul Ryan proposed a new plan Thursday to merge up to 11 anti-poverty programs into a single grant program for states that he said would allow more flexibility to help lift people out of poverty.
Rock County sheriff candidates Gary Groelle and Robert Spoden debate at fair
Rock County sheriff candidates Gary Groelle and Robert Spoden debate at fair
Rock County Sheriff candidate Gary Groelle and incumbent Robert Spoden took to "Your Talk Show" on WCLO Radio on Thursday to answer questions.
10 things to know for Thursday, July 24: Arizona inmate dies two hours after start of execution
10 things to know for Thursday, July 24: Arizona inmate dies two hours after start of execution
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today.
Candidates for 15th Senate seat spar at Rock County 4-H Fair
Candidates for 15th Senate seat spar at Rock County 4-H Fair
Democratic candidates for the 15th Senate District agreed on the end result of many issues presented to them Wednesday at the Rock County 4-H Fair.
New veterinarian at the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin
New veterinarian at the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin
For the first time in 120 years, the Humane Society of Southern Wisconsin has an on-staff veterinarian.
Two Illinois men arrested on cocaine-related charges
Angel Cruz and Froilan Avila-Romo, both of Harvard, Illinois, were arrested Wednesday on drug related charges.
State Supreme Court says Fontana snowplow driver can be compelled to accept settlement
A village of Fontana snowplow driver can be compelled by a judge to accept an injury settlement under the Worker's Compensation Act, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
Extreme heat to blame for death of two pigs on way to Rock County 4-H Fair
Extreme heat is to blame for the death of two pigs being transported to the Rock County 4-H Fair on Monday, swine department Superintendent Mark Gunn said.Monday's high temperature was 88 degrees.
Williams Bay teacher resigns after accusations of posting threatening comments
A Williams Bay teacher accused of posting threatening comments on Facebook in June has reached a resignation agreement with the Williams Bay School District.

Local

Spoden, Groelle debate at fair forum
WisDOT to hold public I-90/39 expansion project meeting
Ryan proposes new poverty plan
Walker rallies Janesville backers
Rating the rides at the Rock County 4-H Fair

Crime

Illinois men arrested on cocaine charges
Street employees appear in court
U.S. Attorney seeks smoke shop assets
Prison guard named in abuse complaints
Woman found dead of gunshot wound

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Public record for July 24, 2014
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Public record for July 20, 2014