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Lands' End goes high-end again in CEO hunt

New CEO used to head high-end luggage maker Tumi

The casual clothing company Lands' End is naming the one-time chief executive of the high-end luggage maker Tumi as its next CEO.

Busy start to the winter season for towing business

In a rare travel-advisory, Dane County officials asked its residents to avoid the roads this weekend. However, those rules didn't apply to tow truck drivers whoe worked around the clock to help anyone who did have to drive. When all was said and done Moore's Towing on Madison's west side handled more than 1,000 cars in just the past week. While you were probably hiding from the cold on Sunday, Moore's Towing employee Lowery Gilmore was braving it.

Packers beat Bears 30-27 after Rodgers' big pass to Nelson

Aaron Rodgers hit Jordy Nelson with a 60-yard pass to set up Mason Crosby's 32-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Green Bay Packers to a 30-27 victory over the Bears in one of the coldest games ever played in Chicago on Sunday afternoon.

Wisconsin man had hand in new eating disorders law

BURLINGTON, Wis. (AP) ��� An eating disorders bill that was championed by a Burlington man has been signed into law.The Journal Times (http://bit.ly/2gEPgGR ) reports Nathan Libbey contacted the Eating Disorders Coalition and traveled to Washington to lobby legislators after his wife, Jennifer Libbey, died in August 2014. She suffered from bulimia.