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A crowd of supporters, about 1,500 U.S. flags and fireworks welcomed 200 veterans returning late Wednesday from the eighth annual VetsRoll trip to Washington, D.C.
A representative of the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency met Wednesday with a group of about 15 people at Saint Paul Lutheran Church in Beloit in an effort to assuage fears of random raids and deportations.
Richard Felger, a recently demoted town of Beloit police officer, was overheard listening to a broadcast using the "N-word" and "Jews" in a derogatory manner, according to documents obtained by The Gazette.
While he was impressed with the tasty fajitas at Lalo's Mexican Restaurante, 5510 University Ave., Madison, Gazette restaurant reviewer Bill Livick felt the service left something to be desired.
UW-Whitewater is sponsoring an education fair for veterans and their families in June, according to a news release.
Memorial Day weekend is the kick-off to summer. Here are a few things area residents should know before traveling or planning outdoor fun.
State Sen. Steve Nass, R-Whitewater, criticized the Joint Finance Committee's decision to not take up a motion to stop the UW System from mandating diversity training.
Gov. Scott Walker wants to make Wisconsin the first state in the country to require childless adults applying for Medicaid to undergo drug screening.
This week marked the 90th city-wide track meet for fourth- and fifth-graders.
A Janesville pharmacist pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to health care fraud.
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