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UPDATE: Tomah Man Found

Michael Bates from Tomah has been located after he went missing Tuesday morning. He was found to be safe by authorities a 3pm today. It is believed that he took a cab from the Tomah VA Campus to the Tomah Amtrak station when he went missing from the campus on Tuesday.read more »

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Democrat Andy Gronik Drops Out Of Race For Governor

Democratic Milwaukee businessman Andy Gronik is ending his campaign for governor. Gronik announced Thursday he was dropping out of the race. That leaves nine Democrats in the field looking to take on Republican Gov. Scott Walker. Gronik got into the race nearly a year ago, in July 2017. A political newcomer, he was not able…read more »

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Janesville Police Seek Assistance in Identifying Theft Suspect

The Janesville Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying a suspect involved in a recent felony retail theft from Walmart in the city of Janesville. The theft occurred on 5/29/18 at approximately 10:40 PM. Anyone having information about this crime or any other crime is encouraged to contact: -Janesville Police Department at 755-3100,…read more »

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Tomah Man Reported Missing

A Tomah man has been reported missing. Michael Bates was last seen on 9am on Tuesday at the Tomah VA Campus in Monroe County. He is a 70 year old white male who stands at 5’7” and weights 225 pounds. He has a full head of short gray hair with a gray beard and mustache…read more »

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East Troy Bank Robbed

The Associated Bank in East Troy was robbed at approximately 2:11pm yesterday(Wednesday). East Troy Police and the Walworth County Sheriff’s Office responded to reports of a suspect entering the bank and demanding money. The suspect is described as being a white male between the ages of 30 and 40 with acne scars who stands between…read more »

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Madison schools to use safety grants for upgrading doors

In the face of recent school tragedies across the country, many states have devoted resources to keeping students safe. On Wednesday, the State Department of Justice announced nearly $2 Million in grants or schools across Wisconsin. Nearly $1 million of that money will go to the Madison Metropolitan School District. “This investment should allow folks…read more »

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