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    Mauston Police Department K-9 Unit Makes Several Arrests

    On Saturday, August 9, the Mauston Police Department’s K-9 unit, K-9 Kantor and his handler initiated a traffic stop on South Union Street at Hickory Street. Juneau County K-9 Timo and his handler assisted with the stop. After an investigation, 20-year-old Tanner Bigham of Elroy received three citations for possession of drug paraphernalia, operating after More >

    One Vehicle Accident in the Town of Germantown

    A Necedah woman had incapacitating injuries after a one vehicle accident. The 21-year-old woman was traveling on County Road G in the Town of Germantown when she struck gravel, overcorrected and went into the other lane. She overcorrected again, causing her vehicle to rollover. The vehicle rolled three times before coming to rest on its More >

    Four Arrested During Search In the Township of Armenia

    Four people were arrested on Monday in the Township of Armenia after a search warrant. According to Sheriff Brent Oleson in a news release, the warrant was executed at an unnamed residence in the township around 5pm. This was the result of a joint investigation involving the Juneau County Sheriff’s Office, the Wood County Sheriff’s More >

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    Body found may be woman missing for 3 months

    CUDAHY, Wis. (AP) – Relatives and neighbors say a woman whose body was found wrapped in a blanket in a suburban Milwaukee apartment had not been seen or heard from in three months. They believe the body is that of the 50-year-old woman who lived in the Cudahy apartment, although authorities haven’t yet identified the More >

    UW wants $95 million more in next state budget

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) – University of Wisconsin System officials want Gov. Scott Walker to give them another $95.2 million in tax dollars in the next state budget. System officials say they need the money to fund the new Talent Development Initiative, a plan designed to create science and technology jobs, boost graduation numbers, place more students More >

    Avery wants federal lawsuit dismissed

    MANITOWOC, Wis. (AP) – The man imprisoned for killing a 25-year-old photographer on his family property near Mishicot in 2005 wants his federal civil rights lawsuit dismissed. Steven Avery sued several public officials in 2012, claiming he was subjected to unreasonable search and seizures and was denied his free speech rights while being held in More >

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