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State overpaid $168M in jobless benefits in 3 years

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Westboro picketers to target Bradford High School
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Aldermen also pushing for referendum on streetcar
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City Council nixes streetcar expansion referendum
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Lenci's owners to trade deli life for retirement
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Illinois man facing charges in fatal crash
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Casino countdown
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Casino supporters plan jobs rally
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    Scout's Eagle project helps foster kids

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    A Pleasant Prairie teen’s Eagle Scout project was inspired by personal experience.

    Streetcar opposition group to keep on fighting

    A group out to stop streetcar expansion in Kenosha will continue collecting petition signatures in an effort to force an April 7 advisory referendum.

    Solar group says PSC commissioner is biased

    MADISON — A Wisconsin utility regulator whose impartiality in the pending We Energies rate case was called into question by a solar coalition, rejected a request to recuse herself, stating she has been and will remain objective.

    Central cheerleaders hope to compete at national contest

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    The Central High School varsity cheerleading squad has earned a bid to compete in the National High School Cheerleading Championships in Orlando, Fla., by taking first in its division at the Universal Cheerleaders Association Milwaukee Championship on Dec 6.

    Flu cases rising in local schools

    There are times to tough it out, and times to pack it in.

    Authorities: Alleged bank robber’s fiancee wrote robbery notes

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    The Kenosha man police say robbed two banks had his fiancee write the notes for him, according to testimony at the woman’s Tuesday preliminary hearing.

    Holiday House fills families’ stockings with toys

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    The 2014 edition of the Holiday House opened its doors to a lively reception Tuesday, serving about 200 families in the first two hours.

    $25,000 bond set for driver in fatal wrong-way crash

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    The man police say drove the wrong way on Highway 50 last week, striking another vehicle head-on and killing the father and son traveling inside, is still in a wheelchair from injuries he sustained in the crash.

    Salem man who brought kids to drug deal gets prison

    One member of a Salem couple accused of bringing their children on a drug deal and offering to leave one as collateral while fetching more heroin has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.