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Jail inmates fix up bikes donated to children

The re-CYCLE program is gaining traction in Michigan's Oakland County near Detroit, and the sheriff's department says more bikes are needed for inmates to work on and give out to those in need.

New coalition pushes for transportation spending

State's budget faces a $680M shortfall over next 2 years

A new coalition including road builders, economic development leaders, local government officials and others is meeting with candidates for office to make sure they understand Wisconsin's transportation funding problems.

State Patrol warns of phone scam

If someone calls claiming to be a state patrol sergeant looking for money to repair a vehicle after a crash, don't believe them.

Cooling companies see business boost

Technicians working overtime to respond to service calls

With another summer scorcher on the books, heating and cooling companies are getting a sizable business boost.  

Judge Says Union Bargaining Bill Not In Effect

The contentious collective bargaining law that strips most public workers of nearly all collective bargaining rights and force them to contribute more to their pension and health plans is not in effect, according to an amended restraining order released on Thursday morning. READ: Governor Says He'll Halt Plans On Union Law VIDEO: UW Political Scientist Gives Insight Into Legal Battle Over Bargaining Law

Police Block Protesters From Entering State Capitol

Protests continued in downtown Madison, but those who showed up at the state Capitol on Monday were denied access to the building. VIDEO: Watch The Report READ: Overview Of Social Media On Capitol Protests SLIDESHOW: See Viewers' Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies (Vol. 5) SLIDESHOW: See Viewers' Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies (Vol. 6) SLIDESHOW: See More Photos Of State Capitol Protests UPLOAD: Share Photos Of Capitol Protest, Other Rallies