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2014-09-02

College students warned to watch out for identity thieves

As the fall semester gets underway on college campuses, students are being reminded to keep a close eye on their personal information. Sandy Chalmers with the state Division of Trade and Consumer Protection says physical security is really important when…

posted 2014/09/02 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

2014-09-01

Tourism and the tribes

When thinking of Wisconsin tourism, you might not necessarily think of the state’s 11 sovereign tribal nations. However, Wisconsin Department of Tourism Secretary Stephanie Klett says Native American tourism in the Badger State is a lot more than just gaming…

posted 2014/09/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

2014-08-31

Obama delivers Labor Day message in Milwaukee

President Barack Obama was greeted by an enthusiastic crowd of supporters Monday, as he took the stage at Milwaukee’s LaborFest to deliver a Labor Day message about the state of the economy and ongoing efforts to raise the minimum wage.…

posted 2014/08/31 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Recent railroad deaths prompt safety reminder (AUDIO)

Several recent deaths involving pedestrians and trains are prompting a reminder about safety around railroad tracks. In the past week, four people have died in Wisconsin in train-related incidents. They are just the latest of several fatalities and collisions this…

posted 2014/08/31 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Shooting near high school shuts down football game

Chippewa County authorities have arrest a 19-year-old suspect in a shooting, which interrupted a high school football game at Medford Saturday night. Chippewa Falls High School and Medford were playing a makeup game when the action was stopped. Players and…

posted 2014/08/31 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Mourning dove season begins

It’s September, and a time Wisconsin hunters have been anxiously for has arrived…the start of the first fall seasons. The first seasons began today with the mourning dove hunting season. State Department of Natural Resources migratory bird ecologist Kent Van…

posted 2014/08/31 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

2014-08-29

Walker offers reassurance on deficit

Governor Scott Walker said Friday that a state budget deficit – projected to be $215 million by mid-2015 – can be addressed. “I believe that just as there will be over a $400 million surplus in fiscal year ’14, we’ll…

posted 2014/08/29 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Steele charged in double murder

A former Dane County Sheriff’s Deputy accused of killing his wife and sister-in-law a week ago has been formally charged in court. Prosecutors on Friday filed two count of First Degree Intentional Homicide against 39-year-old Andy Steele. He’s accused of…

posted 2014/08/29 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Labor Day offers some vacation savings

Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer, and those looking for some last minute getaways before the warm weather is completely gone could benefit from businesses that are competing for your dollar. By going online to the sites of…

posted 2014/08/29 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Recount flips results of state Senate primary

A recount has changed the results of the Democratic primary in the state’s 17th Senate District. The Government Accountability Board said it received final results showing that Spring Green lawyer Pat Bomhack had 3,837 votes, to 3,804 for former DOT…

posted 2014/08/29 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

2014-08-28

Report: State added over 28,000 jobs during 12 month period

Newly released numbers by the state Department of Workforce Development show Wisconsin added 28,653 private-sector jobs during a 12 month period that ended in March of this year. The figures are based on a report submitted by the state to…

posted 2014/08/28 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

Police say Beloit man killed father with hammer

New details in the case of a Beloit man accused of killing his father and turning himself into police.According to a criminal complaint, 30-year-old Peter Hemmy told police that he was upset Monday because his father Bruce told him that…

posted 2014/08/28 by Wisconsin Radio Network» News

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