Milwaukee Takes Action On Americans With Disabilities Act

Wisconsin’s largest city will spend three point four million dollars in the next three years to get in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Milwaukee officials have reached a settlement with the U-S Justice Department to put in more wheelchair curbs on sidewalks, improve access in city buildings, improve its 9-1-1 system, hire an More >

State Government Accountability Board Acts Today

The state Government Accountability Board will decide today whether to strike down nomination papers in 13 state legislative and congressional contests. Candidates could be removed from the ballot if the board’s action leaves them without the minimum number of petition signatures required. House Speaker Paul Ryan’s primary opponent, Paul Nehlen, is among those having his More >

Hot Weather Throughout Wisconsin This Weekend

Wisconsin will get a hot and sticky dose of summer the next two days. The National Weather Service says the heat index will reach 90 to 100 degrees today and Saturday as a warm front moves in — and heavy storms are due in this (Friday) afternoon, with forecasters in Milwaukee and Duluth saying that More >

Mile Bluff Medical Center to Host Blood Drive – June 21

Throughout the year, Mile Bluff Medical Center hosts a number of community blood drives.  The events are a partnership between the medical center and the Blood Center of Wisconsin – the sole supplier of blood products to Mile Bluff. Join your friends, family, co-workers and neighbors, and do your part to help save lives by More >

New Lisbon Woman Charged With OWI-5th Offense

A New Lisbon woman has been charged with OWI-5th offense. According to the criminal complaint, on June 5, a New Lisbon police officer observed a vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed on Adams Street. The officer attempted to make a traffic stop, but the vehicle made no attempt to slow down or pull More >

Loganville Man Arrested In Mauston This Week

A Loganville man was arrested on a warrant at his work place in Mauston on Wednesday June 8th. A Juneau County Sheriff’s report indicated that 30-year old Thomas M. Denman had a warrant for arrest in place for failure to appear for a court date for an incident that occurred on February 10th. Denman was More >

Torch Run Helps Kick Off State Special Olympics Event

Wisconsin law enforcement officers are in the final legs of a torch run that will kick off the state’s annual Special Olympics in Stevens Point. It’s the 30th anniversary of the Torch Run, in which Special Olympians join hundreds of officers from eight starting points throughout Wisconsin. The runs have taken place since Monday, and they’ll More >

La Crosse Electric Coop To Expand

An electric cooperative in La Crosse plans to triple its capacity for wind power, by buying 98 megawatts from a proposed wind farm near Darlington. Dairyland Power announced the arrangement at its 75th annual meeting in La Crosse. Almost 50 wind energy turbines are expected to be built as part of the Quilt Block Wind More >

Reward Grows For Information On Milwaukee Shooting

A reward has grown to 65-thousand dollars to find the killer of a nine-year-old Milwaukee girl who was watching T-V in her home. Attorney Michael Hupy has doubled his reward offer to 50-thousand dollars, and the F-B-I has thrown in 15-thousand. Police say two groups were exchanging gunfire May fifth, when a bullet entered a north More >

Elm Grove Business Wins Award

A new company that’s working on a thinner life jacket has won the top prize in the governor’s annual statewide Business Plan Contest. Hyde Expedition of Elm Grove received the honor yesterday at the state Entrepreneurs’ Conference in Madison. One of the founders of the company, Pat Hughes, wore the thin life jacket under his More >