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In the midst of Wisconsin's U.S. Senate race, frank discussions about opioid addiction

U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin met with recovery advocates and others whose lives have been affected by addiction earlier this month in Eau Claire.  Read more


In-home care options for Southern Wisconsin people

Look at local, professional care & support options for a parent, spouse or family member who ne…


Security solutions to keep your Southern Wisconsin family and home safe this spring

Talk to a local expert about a digital alarm system that will protect your family and belongings.

Dane County Human Services director Lynn Green to retire after four decades

Dane County will conduct a nationwide search to fill Green’s position.

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Salud! Can it! Madison cocktail company Plain Spoke introduces Moscow Mules to go

The new company founded by Madison bar manager Tom Dufek has launched the first in a line of pop-and-serve cocktails in cans, sold for about $14/4 pack. Read more

Wedge Issues: A look back at Wisconsin's partisan primary elections

Join political reporter Jessie Opoien for Wedge Issues, a podcast catching you up with the candidates, strategists, analysts and power players in the 2018 election. Read more

Plain Talk: Republicans fume over union folks, but not corporate kingpins

Republicans questioned firefighters union leader Mahlon Mitchell's pay raise, but they skip the scrutiny when it comes to multimillionaires and corporate giants. Read more

Yeah, I Ate That: Lay's Tastes of America offers chips from sea to shining sea

We are a deeply divided nation – at war over politics, over culture. Do we need to be divided over our potato chips as well? Read more


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