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The public is always so concerned with teacher evaluations and the subsequent consequences of poor results. But are educators the only ones who should be assessed?
Report: investigations of DHS public assistance program, elimination of collective bargaining have saved millions in 2012.
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.
Police & Fire
This and other reports from the Caledonia Police Department.
Three-foot harmless gator missing from Jo Don Farms.
This is a guest column from Secretary Reggie Newson, Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development, about a new program designed to get Wisconsin workers off unemployment sooner.
Suspect pulls off victim's clothes, telling her she should walk home naked after they get into an argument at a party.
How many jobs will be generated by the new medical office is unknown, but there is the potential for a significant number in a variety of specialties and support.
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