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Scott Walker blocks political opponent from finding own attorney in lawsuit

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Scott Walker blocks political opponent from finding own attorney in lawsuit


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police department doesn't receive federal grant money needed to add 15 officers

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police department doesn't receive federal grant money needed to add 15 officers


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Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say

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Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say


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Gunman kills at least 4, wounds 10, in Northern California

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Gunman kills at least 4, wounds 10, in Northern California


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Police advise 'run, fight, hide' as possible responses to active shooter

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Police advise 'run, fight, hide' as possible responses to active shooter


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Police seek man who stabbed woman found near Madison bike path Friday

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Police seek man who stabbed woman found near Madison bike path Friday


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  • police department doesn't receive federal grant money needed to add 15 officers
    police department doesn't receive federal grant money needed to add 15 officers

    , madison.com

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Monday that 179 local, state and tribal law enforcement agencies across the country received funding from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Community Oriented Policing Services program to hire 802 officers but only three agencies — La Crosse (two officers), Rice Lake (one) and Sparta (one) — were from Wisconsin, according to Jim Powell, the city’s grant manager
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  • Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say
    Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say

    , jsonline.com

    Police arrested a California man accused of stealing more than $3,400 worth of quarters in five separate laundry room burglaries. Police were able to identify Brian Michael Ramirez Jr., 28, using fingerprints. He faces six counts each of felony burglary and vandalism, according to Riverside County (Calif.) court records. He has pleaded not guilty in one case but has not yet entered an initial plea in the other
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  • Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say
    Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say

    , jsonline.com

    Police arrested a California man accused of stealing more than $3,400 worth of quarters in five separate laundry room burglaries. Police were able to identify Brian Michael Ramirez Jr., 28, using fingerprints. He faces six counts each of felony burglary and vandalism, according to Riverside County (Calif.) court records. He has pleaded not guilty in one case but has not yet entered an initial plea in the other
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  • Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say
    Laundry room burglar stole $3,464 in quarters, police say

    , jsonline.com

    Police arrested a California man accused of stealing more than $3,400 worth of quarters in five separate laundry room burglaries. Police were able to identify Brian Michael Ramirez Jr., 28, using fingerprints. He faces six counts each of felony burglary and vandalism, according to Riverside County (Calif.) court records. He has pleaded not guilty in one case but has not yet entered an initial plea in the other
    Read More ...

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Civil Actions

  • Wisconsin should join opioid lawsuit -- John M. Rice
    Wisconsin should join opioid lawsuit -- John M. Rice

    , madison.com

    Mike Moore, an attorney and a former attorney general of Mississippi, successfully developed the game plan to bring down Big Tobacco in the 1990s. He is now trying to do the same to Big Pharma. Pharmaceutical companies have brought the opioid problem on America by a policy of convincing the health communities to minimize the addiction and overdose risk of their painkillers
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  • Dane County Jail project will improve public safety
    Dane County Jail project will improve public safety

    , madison.com

    “Alcatraz came to our jail to see how to build their facilities,” Sheriff Dave Mahoney says. He’s kidding, of course, about Dane County’s oldest jail cells being the inspiration for the notoriously harsh island prison in San Francisco Bay, which housed the likes of Al Capone. But Mahoney still makes a good point. The jail cells at the City-County Building must close because they are terribly outdated, cruel, dangerous and inefficient
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