51 year old Michael Ball of Dubuque was arrested Monday on several charges, including 2 counts of indecent exposure and 1 count of enticing away a minor.
A criminal complaint said a girl told police Ball exposed himself to her… Continue reading →
The Wisconsin Education Association will host a forum tonight for the 2 candidates vying for the Platteville Common Council seat. Angie Donovan and Tom Nall are running for the seat being vacated by retiring alderman Dick Bonin.
The 6 people… Continue reading →
Governor Scott Walker issued Executive Order #154 today ordering the United States flag and State of Wisconsin flag to be flown at half-staff in honor of Trooper Trevor Casper, who was killed in the line of duty Tuesday. Governor… Continue reading →
Residents of Southwest Wisconsin will have an opportunity to voice their opinions on the state budget at a public hearing on Saturday, March 28, from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm at the Common Council Chambers in Platteville. The budget… Continue reading →
Earlier this month the Platteville Common Council began discussing a proposal to prohibit citizens from owning Pit Bulls in the city. The council had decided at its March 10th meeting to send the issue to the Freudenreich Animal Care… Continue reading →
Early last Saturday evening, the Grant County Sheriff’s Office was notified that a body was located in the woods near the Cozy Acres Trailer Court, not far from the Wisconsin River.
Grant County Sherriff’s Deputies and a Detective from the… Continue reading →
Dubuque Police report that just after 4 O’clock Wednesday afternoon, Police responded to the report of a possible abduction attempt. An eleven year old girl and her father reported the girl was walking home from school in the 2300… Continue reading →
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, U.S. Senators Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), Maria Cantwell (D-WA), Patty Murray (D-WA), and Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) introduced legislation that would set strong new safety standards for trains hauling volatile crude oil, to better protect American communities… Continue reading →
The Galena City Council voted 6-1 to rescind the termination of former police officer Don Barklow and have instead accepted his resignation.
Barklow’s termination was removed from his personnel file and replaced with a March 5 letter of resignation retroactive… Continue reading →
Just before 8am Tuesday, Lafayette Cty Sherriff’s Deputies responded to Leahy RD, Shullsburg Township for a domestic dispute. 44 year old Young Arnold, and 46 year old Laura Gundlach were cited for disorderly conduct and transported to the Lafayette… Continue reading →