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Conservative group says Walker probe improper

The conservative group at the heart of the investigation into Gov. Scott Walker's 2012 recall campaign says the state election board improperly plowed ahead with its probe of the governor.

Head of elections board defends work

Day-long meeting focuses on Gov't Accountability Board

The state board that oversees elections in Wisconsin plans to discuss a new audit that found problems with its operations that is fueling calls for Republicans for an overhaul.

DNR calls 2014 gun deer hunt rebuilding year

Early numbers show number of deer killed is down

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials are telling the agency's board that the 2014 nine-day gun deer hunt was a rebuilding year.

First Responders: Report shows Parisi wrong about proposal to gut board

New DaneCom emergency communication system likely delayed for one year

As Dane Co. Executive Joe Parisi pushes to gut the Public Safety Communication Center Board of its decision-making power, a report compiled by the county's 911 call-taking software company says the board lacks data required to make well-informed decisions.

Dane Co. sheriff supports plan to gut first responder board

Many other law enforcement members oppose move

Dane County Sheriff Dave Mahoney told a county committee Tuesday he supports Executive Joe Parisi's proposal to gut the first responder center board of its ability to make public safety communication decisions, including overseeing the county's 911 system.

Future of 911 center director will be decided at Thursday meeting

Board chair thinks decision should wait until performance review is complete

The future of Dane County 911 Center Director John Dejung will be decided by the Dane County Board of Supervisors on Thursday, despite a request from the leader of the 911 Center Board to delay the vote.

A school board vet steps down, firefighter takes her spot

Michael Flores is voted onto Madison's school board; predecessor advises, 'keep an open mind'

Michael Flores will take over as one of the new school board members for the Madison school district after he was elected Tuesday night over his challenger, Wayne Strong.

Senate approves WEDC board term limits

Agency has drawn fire since May audit

The Wisconsin Senate has approved a bill that would limit terms for board members at Gov. Scott Walker's troubled quasi-public jobs agency.

Milton superintendent resigns over Facebook photo

Garrow to receive $35,000 severance

Milton superintendent Mike Garrow has resigned after an investigation into a Facebook photo he showed to two district staff members and allegations of inappropriate fraternization with staff members, according to documents released by the school district Friday.

Milton superintendent resigns over Facebook photo

Garrow to receive $35,000 severance

Milton superintendent Mike Garrow has resigned after an investigation into a Facebook photo he showed to two district staff members and allegations of inappropriate fraternization with staff members, according to documents released by the school district Friday.

Wis. election head disagrees with Romney

GAB says they're working with U.S. DOJ

Wisconsin's election chief tells Mitt Romney's campaign that he will not seek a court order to extend the deadline for military and overseas voters to return their ballots.

Wis. election head disagrees with Romney

GAB says they're working with U.S. DOJ

Wisconsin's election chief tells Mitt Romney's campaign that he will not seek a court order to extend the deadline for military and overseas voters to return their ballots.

Wis. veterans head looks to shore up fund

Scocos made recommendation to budget committee Friday

The head of Wisconsin's Department of Veterans Affairs is suggesting that money from the state's taxes on alcohol and Native American casino gambling could he used to shore up a fund supporting veterans.

Wis. veterans head looks to shore up fund

Scocos made recommendation to budget committee Friday

The head of Wisconsin's Department of Veterans Affairs is suggesting that money from the state's taxes on alcohol and Native American casino gambling could he used to shore up a fund supporting veterans.