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"Saved by the Bell" actor arrested in WI bar fight
In southeast Wisconsin, Dustin Diamond, who is best known as "Screech" on the TV show "Saved by the Bell", has been arrested.
Slick conditions caused multiple crashes near Knapp hill on I 94
 The snow and falling temps created slick some slick roads that led to three crashes and a slide in on I 94 Friday night. The State Patrol says they happened on a four mile stretch of I 94, west of the Knapp hill. 
Flu hits local elementary schools
The flu is here, and according to local health officials, the numbers of kids missing out on school are somewhat concerning.
Trial date set for Cadott man accused in fatal hit-and-run crash
Michael Sonnentag was in court Friday in Dunn County on charges of homicide by drunk driving.
Two area administrators up for Stillwater Minnesota job
Two western Wisconsin executives are hoping to head west for a new job.
Area dairy farm called out by the state for serving raw milk that sickened dozens
This fall, nearly 40 people associated with the Durand High School Football team fell ill.
Xcel Energy electric bills will go up in January
The State Public Service Commission today gave Xcel the okay to raise electric rates by 2.2 percent. Xcel wanted a 3.2 percent hike. The increase means the typical residential user will pay about two dollars a month more.
It's beginning to look a lot like 2016 to GOP governors
A half-dozen potential Republican presidential contenders spent last week peacocking through the manicured grounds of a pink luxury resort, schmoozing with donors and sizing up the competition in the party's most fractured field in decades.
NEW INFORMATION: Names released in Trempealeau Co. crash
It happened just before 11 a.m. Friday on U.S. Highway 53 near Jim Johnson Lane, which is north of Galesville.
Historic Kaiser building owners make request to demolish
The Eau Claire Landmarks Commission has been approached by the owners of the Kaiser Lumber office building with a request to demolish it.