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Janesville man faces charges for firing gun at girlfriends

A 37-year-old Janesville man is facing charges of first-degree recklessly endangering safety and false imprisonment, after police say two women showed up at his front door. Read more...

Job, volunteer fair to serve mature workers

Tomorrow more than 20 local employers and volunteer organizations will come together to meet potential employees and volunteers at the annual Age of Opportunity Job and Volunteer Fair. Read more...

Burke appears in Racine town hall

Going after Governor Walker on his 250-thousand jobs pledge, Burke suggested the plan was more form than substance Read more...

Pit Bull Shot by Deputy Expected to Survive

Marshfield Police say a pit bull shot by a Wood County Sheriff's deputy is expected to survive.   Read more...

Woman Killed, Man Injured in Pierce Co. Cycle Crash

A woman was killed in a motorcycle crash in Pierce County Saturday afternoon. Read more...

Former EC Public Works Director Dies

Eau Claire's longtime former public works director has died.  Brian Amundson's family says he died at home with his family by his side on Friday.   Read more...

Western Wisconsin animal cruelty case investigation continues

An investigation continues into an apparent animal cruelty case in western Wisconsin.  Read more...

Attorney general candidate Happ rejects campaign gift

The Democratic candidate for Wisconsin attorney general has rejected a campaign gift from a lawyer who engineered a controversial plea deal with her office. Read more...

Oktoberfest Gets Underway With Naming of Festmeister and Festmeisteren

The golden keg has been tapped.  The 12th Annual Chippewa Falls Oktoberfest got underway today with the naming of this year's Festmeister and Festmeisteren.   Read more...

Burke Campaign Fires Consultant over Plagiarism Report

Mary Burke's campaign for governor says it has fired a consultant who copied parts of Burke's job-creation plan from Democrats in other states.   Read more...