Only nine months after it started, the Wisconsin Department of Health Services says expenditures for the BadgerCare Basic program have outgrown premium revenues by nearly $2 million.
Julie Larson received an e-mail early this month that would make any event organizer cringe.RELATED CONTENT
The Hudson Board of Education Tuesday night rejected a proposed contract proposed by teachers, hoping to get a two-year extension before the state’s budget repair bill goes into effect.RELATED CONTENT
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OCONOMOWOC -- A southeast Wisconsin man faces up to nine years in prison for kicking his pet dog to death and causing mental harm to two young kids who saw it happen.
Paul J Meyer, 42 years of age, from Hudson has been arrested by the Wisconsin State Patrol Spooner Post for operating a motor vehicle under the influence, fourth offense.RELATED CONTENT
It was announced at Hudson's St. Patrick Church Sunday that Father Dan Dahlberg is leaving the parish after allegedly taking about $10,800 from the parish charity account for his own use.RELATED CONTENT
-- The University of Wisconsin's Jordan Taylor couldn't seem to find the range, but his two free throws and a blocked shot in the closing minutes helped Wisconsin knock Kansas State out of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament with a 70-65 decision.
The National Weather Service has issued a Flood Warning for Pierce County, specifically the Mississippi River next to Prescott Saturday afternoon. The warning has now been extended to Tuesday morning.RELATED CONTENT
This is an example of a dare working out for someone.RELATED CONTENT
An e-mail received by one of the Journal staff Tuesday, March 15, seemed to come from the Salvation Army and asked for donations to help Japan with emergency earthquake and tsunami relief. Upon checking its legitimacy with local Salvation Army representative Ed Paulson, he confirmed the message is a scam.RELATED CONTENT