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Updated: $formattedDate - A Hudson man was arrested for his 6th OWI in St. Croix County after hitting a semi in Minnesota.
Updated: $formattedDate - The special prosecutor investigating alleged illegal coordination between Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker's recall campaign and conservative groups had wanted at least two Supreme Court justices to step aside in the case.
Posted: $formattedDate - Dane County District Attorney Ismael Ozanne announced that Madison police Officer Matt Kenny will not be charged in the fatal shooting of 19-year-old Tony Robinson Jr.
Posted: $formattedDate - Milwaukee aldermen are delaying a final decision on a proposal that would greatly reduce the fine for possessing a small amount of marijuana.
Posted: $formattedDate - Drug tests for some Wisconsin residents seeking unemployment or food stamp benefits would be required under a pair of bills poised for votes in the state Assembly.
Updated: $formattedDate - The state Assembly has passed bill to limit the types of food that food stamp users could buy, including how much of their allotment can be spent on junk food.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Wisconsin state Assembly plans to vote on passing a bill to ensure that scores on the statewide Badger Exam given to public school children this spring aren't used against teachers or put on report cards measuring school performance.
Updated: $formattedDate - The Eau Claire City Council gave the final green light for the owners of Lazy Monk Brewery to purchase the old Charlson’s building on Madison Street.
Updated: $formattedDate - Brett Favre's Packers Hall of Fame induction ceremony which can be viewed on the Lambeau Field TundraVision video boards on July 18th has sold out.
Updated: $formattedDate - A Wells Fargo senior vice president is one of the seven people killed in Tuesday night's Amtrak train derailment in Philadelphia.
Updated: $formattedDate - A major artery that runs through downtown Eau Claire is closed as construction crews work to repair cracked concrete.
Updated: $formattedDate - At Tuesday's Eau Claire City Council meeting, members set application deadlines for filling a vacant seat.
Updated: $formattedDate - City leaders decide to hold off on selling a historic steam engine with ties to the Eau Claire community.
Updated: $formattedDate - The community is invited to a memorial service honoring law enforcement officers who have died in the line of duty.
Updated: $formattedDate - May is National Tavern Month which is why one local tavern league is giving back to the community.
Updated: $formattedDate - With overnight low temperatures possibly dropping below the freezing mark area farmers are concerned that frost could damage their crops.
Updated: $formattedDate - The state Senate has approved a bill to phase out a program that provides aid to schools with a higher percentage of low-income students in kindergarten through third grade.
Updated: $formattedDate - We all know he can throw a football, but today Wisconsin's favorite quarterback Aaron Rodgers proved he can also win big on Jeopardy!
Updated: $formattedDate - The United States Food and Drug Administration has released a draft of new guidance for donating blood, saying that gay men can now donate blood if they meet certain requirements.
Posted: $formattedDate - The government says farmers are expected to grow 13.6 billion bushels of corn this year, about 4 percent less than last year's record crop.
Updated: $formattedDate - Members of the community break ground on Grace Lutheran Foundation's new 18.5 million dollar healthcare campus at the corner of North Willson Drive and Spooner Avenue in Altoona.
Posted: $formattedDate - The Wisconsin Supreme Court has re-appointed Chief Judge Scott R. Needham, St. Croix Circuit Court, to a third two-year term as chief judge of Wisconsin’s Tenth Judicial Administrative District effective Aug. 1.
Posted: $formattedDate - The U.S. News & World Report has released the rankings of the 2015 Best High Schools list. Prairie du Chien Public High School is ranked 26th in the state.