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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Obama's veil of secrecy is pierced
Topic - Madison
A half-eaten cinnamon roll helped Madison police track down a suspected car thief.
A Republican running to unseat Democratic U.S. Rep. Ron Kind says he is backing out of the race so voters can line up behind a single challenger.
Wisconsin election officials are set to certify results from the 2014 spring election.
The sponsors of a bill that that mandates Wisconsin police departments use outside investigators to probe officer-involved deaths says Gov. Scott Walker has signed the measure into law.
Police and city leaders are pushing back against ridesharing companies operating in Madison.
The former supervisor of the Wisconsin Department of Justice's Milwaukee office allowed nearly four dozen Internet child pornography cases to languish for months, agency officials said in his termination letter.
A Dane County judge has approved the sale of five American TV & Appliance stores for a total of $21 million, including three to the Steinhafels furniture chain.
The Moll family awaited the highly anticipated Madison-Milton bridge reopening for days - 37, to be exact - like many other area residents on both sides of the river.
A Madison legislator who was cited for flipping a young boy off an inner tube at the beach and mused about lugging a musket onto the Assembly floor announced Monday he'll run for governor.
The Wisconsin Historical Museum is presenting the first exhibition of works by Wisconsin folk artist Paul Seifert.
Civil psychiatric patients have been discharged from a state-run mental health institute in Madison to free space for additional criminal patients, drawing criticism from law enforcement officials.
A bill that would put outside agencies in charge of investigating officer-involved deaths could create conflict and confusion for Wisconsin agencies that have traditionally done it themselves, police observers say.
Attendance was up this year at the Midwest Horse Fair in Madison.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court is set to decide whether police can legally draw the blood of a suspected drunk driver without a warrant or the consent of the driver.
A 19-year-old western Minnesota man has admitted that he hosted an underage drinking party attended by a star high school athlete from Dawson who was later found dead of hypothermia.