The Julien Dubuque Bridge has reopened after being closed since early morning for a 2 vehicle crash.
Jo Daviess County Coroner Bill Laity confirmed at least one person was killed in an accident on the Julien Dubuque Bridge around 2:15… Continue reading →
Lancaster will play in the state title game for the fourth straight year. The Flying Arrows will face Amherst in the Division 5 State Final Thursday at approx 4 p.m. with coverage on 97.7 WGLR. Tickets for the game… Continue reading →
Democrat Dick Cates announced Thursday 11/13 that he will not ask for a recount in his race for the open 51st District seat in southwestern Wisconsin.
Unofficial election returns showed Republican Todd Novak topped Cates by nearly 60 votes in… Continue reading →
Wisconsin has a long and storied tradition of regulated gun deer hunting stretching all the way back to 1851. There have been many changes over the years, but few as dramatic as those experienced by hunters during the late 1990s… Continue reading →
Wisconsin’s gun deer season begins November 22nd — and already, state officials are trying to put safety into hunters’ heads. The state has had a stellar safety record in recent years, with no shooting deaths in three of the… Continue reading →
Platteville Common Council members voted unanimously on Tuesday night to approve financial assistance for a $5 million, multi-family housing project that would be located on the city’s north side.
Pioneer Property Management wants to build a 30- to 34-unit facility… Continue reading →
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey today highlighted the Farm to Food Donation Tax Credit and encouraged eligible farmers to consider applying. Iowa farmers who donate self-produced food commodities to food banks and food pantries can now qualify for… Continue reading →
A mental health expert testified today 11/12 that 12-year-old Morgan Geyser is able to stand trial for the Slender Man stabbings. Judge Michael Bohren had ordered Geyser to undergo mental health treatment in August, after a psychologist testified the… Continue reading →
The Platteville School District continues to review a $17-million dollar building renovation referendum plan – and, next month, staff and parents will get a look at the project. Platteville Superintendent Connie Valenza has scheduled staff information sessions in early December… Continue reading →
A press release from the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office this morning has confirmed that remains discovered yesterday morning in a wooded area along River Bend Road in rural South Wayne was 30 year old Dustin Boeck, of South Wayne.
The… Continue reading →