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    Juneau County Highly Visible Enforcement Saturation Patrols Results

    The Juneau County Sheriff Office, Mauston Police Department and the New Lisbon Police Department have released the results of their highly visible enforcement saturation patrols that took place on July 31 from 7 PM to 3 AM.  While there were no drunken driving arrests, there were three operating after revocation violations or no valid license, More >

    Sauk County Authorities Name Victim; Seek Potential Witness

    Sauk County authorities have identified the victim of Friday’s fatal crash on County Highway H and are now looking for a potential witness to assist with the crash investigation. Sheriff Chip Meister said the victim was 76-year-old Gary Tyler of Reedsburg.  Authorities say at first it was believed that a white SUV had struck one More >

    Tomah Man Injured in Rollover Accident

    One person was injured in a one vehicle rollover accident on County Highway EW, just east of Artic Road Monday afternoon. Monroe County Sheriff Scott Perkins said 52-year-old Brice Hefner of Tomah was west bound on County Highway EW when he went off the side of the road and into the ditch where the vehicle More >

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    State health care leaders say Medicaid expansion not dead

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin health care leaders say taking federal money to pay for expanding Medicaid coverage in the state is not dead yet, even though Gov. Scott Walker and Republicans who control the Legislature have repeatedly refused to accept the funding. Health care leaders addressed that issue and others during a forum Tuesday More >

    OSHA proposes hefty fines against Kapco

    OSCEOLA, Wis. (AP) — The U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Administration inspectors allege Kapco Metal Stamping has failed to implement safety procedures it agreed to after a worker lost part of her right index finger on a welding machine in Osceola last year. OSHA says another employee suffered a similar injury on More >

    Vos creates task forces on Alzheimer’s, urban education

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Wisconsin Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has created three bipartisan task forces to issue recommendations for law changes in the coming months. The groups announced Tuesday will study Alzheimer’s and dementia, urban education and youth workforce readiness. The Republican-led committees will begin their work this summer with the goal of completing it More >

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