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Sheriff's office: Initial attack report a hoax; no suspects being sought
Wisconsin roundup: Rodgers won't dish on 'Bachelorette' brother; Baldwin heralds state's 'cheese, brats and beer' at DNC; eight more state news stories
Hudson police seek traffic vest-wearing suspect in multiple thefts
Wisconsin roundup: Second drowning in 2 days in Dunn County; Wisconsin Dems get warning, pep talk at DNC; nine more state news stories
Hudson officer’s resignation followed misconduct
crime and courts
Northland Outdoors TV goes in search of monster trout
How has the past affected today’s outdoors heritage?
A good time to be a monster musky
U9 soccer champs in Chaska
Bob Burrows In the Front Row: Here's to days at the ballpark with Dad
VIDEO: A night at the St. Croix County Fair
VIDEO: St. Croix County Fair opens its gates
St. Croix County Fair: Extreme heat prompts animal check-in process changes
RiverFest celebrates the St. Croix in Hudson
Daybreak Rotary names two essay winners
arts and entertainment
CITY OF HUDSON: 6/20/16 Council Meeting Minutes
VILLAGE OF NORTH HUDSON: Liquor License Application - Wis. Grill (Starr's Bar)
CITY OF HUDSON: 6/6/16 Council Meeting Minutes
NAME CHANGE HEARING: Case No. 16-Cv-260, Brian Eggert II
FORECLOSURE: FNC Bank v. Eric J. Frank, et al; Case No. 15-CV-530
Dolores Ellen Boumeester, 81
Ruby Lawson, 92
Donna M. Schultz, 88
Carol Johnson, 66
Karen L. Rada, 77
Our View: Congratulations to the Hudson High class of 2016
Randy's Ramblings: Quitting the circus, or goodbye to show business
Editorial: Courts get it right for newspapers, public
Our View: State still among worst for drunken driving
Day by Day: To everything there is a season, but this has been a touch spring
Real Estate Showcase
May 23, 2014
Cap on political gifts removed; Cross proposes free college classes for high-schoolers; 11 more Wisconsin stories
MILWAUKEE -- Wisconsin's political donors no longer have a limit on the total amount they can give candidates each year. Federal Judge Lynn Adelman Thursday signed an agreement to stop enforcing Wisconsin's $10,000 aggregate cap on political donations by one person. It was first...
May 23, 2014 - 9:36am
May 21, 2014
St. Croix County high-speed chase results in felony charges; DNR warden accused of keeping seized weapons; More state news
A 20-year-old Osseo man is due back in court Friday for allegedly slamming into a sheriff's vehicle with a stolen car during a high-speed chase May 14 -- and dealing methamphetamines. Jeremy Mayo is charged in St. Croix County with five felonies and two misdemeanors. His passenger...
News/crime and courts
May 21, 2014 - 9:23am
May 20, 2014
Challenge to Alabama abortion law parallels pending Wisconsin case; 2-plus inches rain fell near Menomonie; 12 more state stories
A federal court trial is underway in Alabama in a lawsuit against a state abortion law that's similar to what's being challenged in Wisconsin. Testimony began Monday in a lawsuit which seeks to kill an Alabama law that forces abortion doctors to have local hospital admitting privileges. A...
May 20, 2014 - 9:21am
May 15, 2014
Library reopens after weeklong closure due to busted roof drain pipe
The Hudson Area Joint Library reopened on Thursday, May 15, after being closed for a week because of an interior drain pipe that came loose during...
May 15, 2014 - 4:44pm
May 13, 2014
Torrential rains swamp Jefferson County; spring planting running late; 7 more state stories
SULLIVAN -- Officials now say almost five inches of rain fell in parts of southeast Wisconsin Monday and the most fell right outside the doorstep of the National Weather Service office. The state headquarters near Sullivan, south of Oconomowoc in Jefferson County, reported 4.93 inches...
May 13, 2014 - 8:50am
May 12, 2014
Attorneys split over whether MPS open records exemption sets new precedent; former Gov. Lucey remembered; more state news
MILWAUKEE -- Experts disagree on whether a recent court ruling could keep more public records sealed throughout Wisconsin. A state appeals court said it was okay for the Milwaukee School Board to withhold a female employee's attendance and disciplinary records from a man suspected...
May 12, 2014 - 8:51am
May 1, 2014
Republicans downplay concept of state succession; Milwaukee major hears shots as officer kills suspect; more state stories
MILWAUKEE -- Two Wisconsin legislative leaders are thumbing their noses at giving the state the power to nullify federal laws and secede from the United States. A resolution to that effect made it onto the agenda for this weekend's Republican State Convention in Milwaukee. State...
May 1, 2014 - 9:17am
April 29, 2014
State’s corn planting way behind schedule; Rain, snow showers cover state; 10 more state briefs
Almost one of every five acres of this year's corn crop has been planted throughout the nation -- but in Wisconsin, it's more like one of every 100 acres. The National Ag Statistics Service said 1% of the Badger State's corn crop was in the ground as of Sunday. Ten percent has...
News/crime and courts
April 29, 2014 - 9:09am
April 18, 2014
Snow plowing breaks St. Joseph budget; road projects in jeopardy
By Chuck Nowlen Winter wreaked havoc with St. Joseph Township’s snow-plowing budget this year, leaving the Town Board in a quandary over spring street sweeping and planned summer road-improvement projects. Town Chair Dan Gavin reported at the board’s April 10 meeting that...
April 18, 2014 - 10:17am
April 17, 2014
New laws allow use of marijuana oil extract, forbid transferring kids to non-relatives; Some areas get 14-15 inches of snow; more state news briefs
Wisconsin has 58 new laws today after Gov. Scott Walker signed them yesterday. The governor held a ceremony in Milwaukee to highlight expansions of three current laws to protect victims of domestic violence. One of the bills tightens up the legal process to make sure those under...
April 17, 2014 - 10:05am
April 16, 2014
Weather-weary north may get up to 16 inches; Motor-trolling may become legal statewide, more state news
Folks in far northern Wisconsin are bracing for up to 16 inches of snow in a late winter storm that's just getting started Wednesday morning. The National Weather Service has issued warnings and watches that stretch until 10 a.m., Thursday. The most snow could fall along a line from...
April 16, 2014 - 8:40am
April 15, 2014
Ryan, Kind team on Medicare data release bill; whitefish shortage may affect some Passover meals; more state news
Americans can now see how many federal tax dollars are given to doctors who treat Medicare patients, but information remains limited on how good...
April 15, 2014 - 9:53am
April 14, 2014
Sudden ice-out spurs river rescue; high winds damage Manitowoc school; 7 more state stories
MARINETTE -- Ten people were rescued in northeast Wisconsin last night, after four small fishing boats got stranded in the rising Menominee River at Marinette. Three children and two dogs were among those pulled in. None were hurt. Rescuers were called about 6:30 p-m. Marinette fire...
April 14, 2014 - 9:17am
April 11, 2014
Frost is still a problem for some Hudson Water Utility customers
The frost is so deep this spring that Hudson Water Utility Director Tim Caruso is asking homeowners who have been told to keep a pencil-size stream of water running from a faucet to continue to do so through Easter Sunday, April 20. “We have gone around to areas that we know...
April 11, 2014 - 3:34pm
April 4, 2014
Spring interrupted; Lawmaker calls for investigation of ‘homeless’ man’s vote; 12 more state news briefs
Spring is interrupted by winter again this morning in northern Wisconsin. Mason in Bayfield County had nine inches of snow and counting as of 1:30 a.m. Hawthorne in Douglas had 8.5 inches. Ashland and Solon Springs had seven inches as of midnight. Other parts of the north, away...
News/crime and courts
April 4, 2014 - 9:01am