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    Mauston Man Receives 3 Years Prison Sentence, Another 3 1/2 Year Prison Term for Drug Charges

    A Mauston man was sentenced to a three year prison sentence after pleading no contest to a charge of Manufacture/Deliver THC. Juneau County Circuit Court Judge Paul Curran sentenced 20-year-old Jesse Willnow to 1 ½ years initial confinement and 1 ½ years extended supervision. Other charges were dismissed and read-in. This sentence is to be More >

    New Lisbon Man Charged with Several Drug-Related Counts

    A New Lisbon man has been accused of several drug-related charges. According to the criminal complaint, 25-year-old Librado Garcia has been charged with possession of THC with intent to deliver, maintaining a drug trafficking place, and possession of drug paraphernalia. The criminal complaint states that on June 21, law enforcement executed a search warrant at More >

    Three Arrested After Vehicle Search Reveals Stolen Debit and Gift Cards

    Three subjects were arrested after police found over one hundred stolen prepaid debit cards and gift cards in their vehicle. Officers from the Westby Police Department and Vernon County Sheriff’s Department were dispatched to 419 N. Main Street in the City of Westby for the report of three males fighting in the parking lot on More >

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    Madison Teen In Viral Arrest Video Released From Jail

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A black teenager whose arrest at a Madison mall sparked protests alleging discrimination has been released from jail under orders from the Dane County district attorney. Eighteen-year-old Genele Laird was freed around 7:45 p.m. Thursday. District Attorney Ismael Ozanne declined immediate comment. Earlier Thursday, Laird’s supporters gathered for her initial court appearance, but More >

    Milwaukee gets 1 million loan for lead pipe replacement

    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee is getting a $1 million state loan to begin the costly task of replacing 70,000 lead water pipes throughout the city. Public works officials say the priority is replacing pipes to 385 state-licensed day care centers in Milwaukee, since none of the city’s public schools get their water through lead pipes. The More >

    State Patrol Now Says Fond Du Lac Crash Victims Were Father, Son

    FOND DU LAC, Wis. (AP) — Authorities have released the names of two people, including an 8-year-old boy, killed in a crash in Fond du Lac. The crash happened around 11:40 a.m. Wednesday in the northbound lanes of Interstate 41. The Wisconsin State Patrol says a semitrailer was slowing down when the crash happened. A vehicle behind More >

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