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Man who rode alongside 2 dead motorcyclists wants justice

Witness to fatal Janesville crash: What we witnessed will never leave our heads

Steve Skoien returned to the site of Sunday's fatal hit-and-run crash near Janesville Thursday night. The curve along Highway 14 is now decorated with crosses, flowers, flags and a motorcycle helmet.

Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change

Legislature moving quickly on constitutional amendment changing how chief justice selected

The Legislature is moving quickly on a proposed constitutional amendment would change the way that the Supreme Court chief justice is selected.

Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change

Legislature moving quickly on constitutional amendment changing how chief justice selected

The Legislature is moving quickly on a proposed constitutional amendment would change the way that the Supreme Court chief justice is selected.

Legislature moving quickly on chief justice change

Legislature moving quickly on constitutional amendment changing how chief justice selected

The Legislature is moving quickly on a proposed constitutional amendment would change the way that the Supreme Court chief justice is selected.

Panel extends Wis. concealed carry rules

Rules were set to expire Saturday

The Legislature's rules committee has agreed to extend temporary regulations that enacted Wisconsin's concealed carry rules through mid-October.

Panel extends Wis. concealed carry rules

Rules were set to expire Saturday

The Legislature's rules committee has agreed to extend temporary regulations that enacted Wisconsin's concealed carry rules through mid-October.

Some Wis. sex-assault victims get billed for exams

Price tag could run as high as $1200

 An analysis shows that sexual-assault victims in Wisconsin are sometimes billed for the hospital cost of collecting evidence, a cost that state officials say should instead be paid by insurance or the government.

Some Wis. sex-assault victims get billed for exams

Price tag could run as high as $1200

 An analysis shows that sexual-assault victims in Wisconsin are sometimes billed for the hospital cost of collecting evidence, a cost that state officials say should instead be paid by insurance or the government.