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Report: investigations of DHS public assistance program, elimination of collective bargaining have saved millions in 2012.
Police & Fire
Once again, a suspect is in custody in a matter of minutes after holdup as motorcycle officer spots man running and gives chase.
Milwaukee was the No. 1-rated market for Sunday's Olympic broadcasts, despite the lack of local athletes and the tape-delayed prime-time events.
Customers get alert when paying their bill on the utility company's website.
The Wisconsin State Fair begins Thursday, starting 11 days of activities at State Fair Park. Some new things are in store—including new youth admission policies—and old favorites continue to draw fairgoers.
Back to School
Classes at each level all start at the same times this fall, with school opening for all on Sept. 4.
Republican Waukesha resident endorses Rob Hutton for 13th state Assembly district, saying he "will always support legislation that values life, family, freedom and fiscal responsibility."
A goodnight chat in a quiet neighborhood turns into a nightmare for a Wauwatosa man and woman as three assailants approach, surround and rob them.
Father filming contented infant left video camera running when he stepped out to make a call, returned to find child shrieking and damning evidence on his camera.
It's time for government to get out of the way and let small businesses do what they do best.
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