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Milton, Edgerton and Clinton Alternative High School will host a community blood drive 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, May 1, at the Milton School District office, 448 E. High St., Milton.
A roaring sound caught the attention of people across a widespread region of southern Wisconsin around 8:15 p.m. Sunday. Here's a map of social media comments related to the incident.
Dozens of upperclassmen gathered in Milton High School's gymnasium Monday to learn the dangers of drunken and distracted driving firsthand.
What caused the window-rattling rumble that shook parts of southern Wisconsin on Sunday evening and lit up social media sites with speculation?
Edgerton Alliant Energy customers lost power at about 5 a.m. Monday after a transformer at Ladd and Dean Streets blew out, a dispatcher said.
Jack Friess, who volunteered in the John Clinton Doe investigation, says he will continue the work privately.
Janesville police want help finding an orange tabby cat that bit a Janesville man early Sunday. If you have information call the police department at 608-755-3100.
Hedberg Public Library officials are hosting a public forum Tuesday to show early plans for renovations the library says would revamp and improve its main floor.
Drillers are pushing into even deeper water and greater depths to reach reservoirs considered riskier than the Macondo field, the source of the nation's worst offshore spill.
The Agape House in Walworth has partnered with International Little Artists, a Walworth-based nonprofit that has created a virtual space for children across the globe to share messages through art.
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