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    Retired solider to challenge Ron Kind for House seat

    MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A retired soldier has announced a bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Ron Kind next year. Republican Steve Toft of Osseo announced his candidacy in a news release on Friday. He planned news conferences in Eau Claire and La Crosse later in the day to discuss his plans with reporters. Toft served More >

    Man Convicted of Sauk County Bank Robbery

    Jeffrey M. Anderson, Acting United States Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin, announced that Julian Thomas, 41, Madison, Wis., was found guilty today of armed bank robbery and brandishing a firearm during that crime of violence.  The jury reached its verdict after 10 hours of deliberation following two days of testimony in federal court More >

    Man Drives into Soybean Field After Feeling Ill

    A Westby man driving in Vernon County said he began to feel ill and was forced to drive into a soybean field. Vernon County Sheriff John B. Spears said in a release that 58-year-old Daniel Ellefson was traveling eastbound on County Road P in the Town of Coon Wednesday afternoon when he began to feel More >

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    Appeals Court Orders Release Of UW Primate Research Notes

    (Madison, WI)  —  A state appeals court has ordered the release of notes about primate research at UW Madison. The Fourth District Appellate Court on Thursday reversed a decision from a Dane County judge who said the notes could be withheld because they were for a writer’s personal use. The Animal Legal Defense Fund filed More >

    DNR, Dairy Group Settle Lawsuit Alleging Agency Overreach

    (Madison, WI)  —  The state DNR is settling a lawsuit from a dairy group that accused the agency of bureaucratic overreach. The Dairy Business Association of Green Bay filed suit in late July, claiming the DNR should have gone through the public rulemaking process before it started overseeing calf hutches, and banning the flow of More >

    Wisconsin lawmaker’s daughter charged in opioid death

    GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — The daughter of a Wisconsin legislator was formally charged Thursday with causing the overdose death of a pregnant woman. Cassandra Nygren, 28, of Green Bay was charged in Brown County court with two felony counts of reckless homicide – one by delivering drugs and another involving the death of an More >

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