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It's time for government to get out of the way and let small businesses do what they do best.
Governor Scott Walker's uses his weekly radio address to talk about the drought and Wisconsin farmers.
Local Patch blogger hopes to start a conversation about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
A new study shows that most teenagers hide their online activities from their parents. Not monitoring kids' computer use can have serious, long-term criminal consequences.
The finale to the Batman franchise comes up just a little bit short.
Sen. Kohl says his office stands ready to assist as Wisconsin farmers cope with a severe drought.
The American sleep deprivation epidemic is effecting our youth. Getting enough sleep can dramatically improve brain function and overall health.
Gov. Scott Walker talks about training programs available for Wisconsin employees.
Sara Conrad shows you that being cheap can be oh-so chic with fortuitous frugal discoveries.
I believe that we need to build a "Made in Wisconsin" economy and the Bring Jobs Home Act will also help strengthen our manufacturing economy. The time is now to start shipping American goods abroad, not American jobs.
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