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Police & Fire, Schools
Investigation finds that vast majority of students and faculty at University of Wisconsin campuses — including Milwaukee — are not signed up for program that provides public safety updates.
Restrictions on use of drugs to end pregnancies lead to more women having surgical procedures.
Milwaukee mayor uses Facebook, Twitter to inform while his foe in Democratic recall primary believes in more interaction with follower and fans. Meanwhile, incumbent Gov. Scott Walker expected to use some of his campaign cash to beef up his efforts.
Walker visited the American Legion Post 449 in Brookfield Wednesday to announce plans for what he is dubbing the "Year of the Veteran."
Government, Police & Fire
A new bill in the state senate would elevate punishments for motorists who cause injury to vulnerable road users.
An estimated 14,700 Wisconsinites joined credit unions in October, siting frustration with bank fees and for-profit corporate structures.
Police & Fire
On Sunday, 169 Wisconsin firefighters will climb the steps of the US Bank building to honor the firefighters that lost their lives on 9/11.
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