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Woman Stuck in Pot Hole in Adams County

Adams County emergency responders had to pull a woman from her S-U-V after she accidentally drove into a crater in the pavement on County Highway-J.  A television news crew covering flooding near Friendship found the car and the driver in that hole Tuesday afternoon.  It isn’t known how long she was stuck in the hole More >

Pair Arrested After Authorities Find Multiple Drugs in Local Hotel Room

A search warrant was issued for a room at a Mauston hotel on March 15th.  The hotel was being occupied by 40 year old Glenn Kaiser and 35 year old Christine Day of Necedah.  The hotel room was unoccupied at the time authorities arrived.  Inside the hotel room law enforcement found numerous drug and drug More >

Kendall Man Arrested After Authorities Find Drugs in Vehicle

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Department has arrested Brandon Sebranek age 24 of rural Kendall, WI following a traffic stop. The traffic stop was conducted near the intersection of Maple Ln and State Highway 82 in the Town of Union.   A deputy with the Sheriff’s Office clocked a vehicle traveling 71mph in a 55mph speed More >

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Wisconsin Attorney General Pulls State Out Of 2 Cases

Wisconsin’s Democratic attorney general says he is withdrawing the state from two cases because they seek to restrict reproductive rights.  The cases were filed by former Attorney General Brad Schimel, a Republican.  Kaul says similar laws have been struck down as unconstitutional by courts in the past.  He says he agrees with those decisions.

Wisconsin Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Milwaukee County Workers

The Wisconsin Supreme Court comes down on the side of a group of Milwaukee County workers with a 5-2 decision Tuesday.  The Justices decided those employees could take advantage of early retirement benefits, even though county officials said they weren’t supposed to be eligible.  Attorneys for the county argued those union employees didn’t qualify for More >

Dairyland Power Cooperative Ready To Move Forward On Solar Farm

The Dairyland Power Cooperative says its 149-megawatt solar energy facility in Jefferson County will generate enough power to light more than 20-thousand homes.  Officials say work on the Badger State Solar Project will mean dozens of construction jobs when it starts next year.  The company thinks it green energy source of electricity will come online More >

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