Major road construction begins next week in Waunakee
After years of planning, Village of Waunakee will begin their Together: Paving the Way project on May 1st through Sept 1st.
Waunakee man arrested after trying to start fight in Madison bar
A 27-year old Waunakee man is arrested after urinating on a downtown Madison bar, and trying to start a fight with bouncers.
Homicide charge filed in bicyclist's death
A homicide charge was filed against the driver accused of hitting and killing a woman who was riding her bike outside of Madison.
Ex-mayor of Duluth, Superior gets jail for third DWI in Wisconsin
Herb Bergson, former mayor of Duluth, Minn., and Superior, Wis., is headed back to jail for another 20 days after pleading guilty to his third operating while intoxicated offense in Wisconsin.
Waunakee company closing its doors
Techline USA, LLC in Waunakee is closing its doors after 45 years. The current expected closing date is June 9, but some employees may be employed until October 31. As a result, 93 positions will be permanently eliminated.
Lab Management Today
On Board for Lab Day
More than 40 technicians from D&S Dental Laboratory made the trip to LAB DAY Chicago, most of them riding together on a chartered bus from the lab's Waunakee, WI location.
The Puppets of SCOTUS...
The only thing better than a Light Brigade action is a Light Brigade plus Big Head Puppet action! The Light Brigades are doing some great work around the country.
Head on crash leads to OWI charge
Around 4:30 p.m., Dane County Sheriff's Office Deputies along with Waunakee Fire and EMS responded to STH 19 at USH 12, in the Town of Springfield, for a two-car motor vehicle crash with injuries.
Green Bay Press-Gazette
Referendum technology plan aims to provide students, teachers with new opportunities
Of the additional $3.95 million a year in revenue the Oshkosh Area School District is seeking during the course of the next seven years as part of an April 1 referendum, $1.45 million a year of it will go to what district leaders are calling a one-to-one technology initiative.
Leaky Wisconsin manure plant cited with more alleged violations
State officials issued a second set of alleged violations Tuesday against a manure processing plant that spilled more than 400,000 gallons of animal waste when pipes burst on three occasions since November.
Manure digester gets another notice of violation
The Department of Natural Resources issued a second notice of violation to the company running the manure digester near Waunakee.