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The Wisconsin Supreme Court heard arguments regarding a challenge to a statute that allows hearsay evidence at preliminary hearings. A Lake Geneva child abuse case was at the center of the debate.
The East Troy woman, convicted in 2012 in the deaths of her twin children, is now required to see her probation agent more frequently.
A white male entered Taco John's, 2821 Milton Ave., about 9:20 p.m. and handed the clerk a note saying the store was being robbed and asking for cash.
Uncooperative witnesses kept prosecutors from making their case, deputy district attorney said.
Police are looking for help in finding a man who attempted the robbery.
Police arrested an Edgerton woman late Sunday after she waved a gun around in an Edgerton apartment and threatened to shoot several people there, authorities said.
A Janesville man was treated for a minor dog bite and released from St. Mary's Janesville Hospital before being taken to the Rock County Jail after he was taken down by Janesville Police Officer Glen Hageman and his police dog, Karo, on Sunday night.
The Janesville Police Department's publishing of a no-serve list for alcohol-related troublemakers is part of a larger effort to focus resources on community problems, the chief says.
Harmony Elementary School Principal Jeanne Smith told police she stepped onto an autistic student's legs in an attempt to “coax” the boy into reaching the peak of a tantrum so he'd settle down.
Jesse D. Adams and Kayla L. Pearson were sentenced to prison this week for their roles in the robbery of a town of Fulton couple in January 2013.
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