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The Kentucky State Police post in Richmond began investigating after the Waco Fire Department Chief Jason Rawlings asked for assistance. Anna Marshall, 86, died in the fire at 371 College Hill Road.
Andrew Dale, owner of David Dale Designs and leader of the Open Door Health Services renovation project, approached the health clinic's CEO, Toni Estep, about creating a lecture series named after Terry Walker, former CEO of Muncie Power Products.
The Los Angeles Police Department is investigating an allegation that former Wisconsin athletic official John Chadima sexually assaulted a student employee. Detective Jesse Alvarado confirmed the investigation to the Wisconsin State Journal ( http://
The Madison Senators are picking up where they left off in baseball last year...The teams will meet again at 4:30 p.m. today at Sckavone Stadium. Madison won 7-3 on Thursday, after downing the Techmen 8-5 on Monday...Last year, the Senators won their
But once they got acclimated, the Knights looked like they were right at home playing against the defending state champion in the Kohl Center...After the teams exchanged 3-pointers in the closing seconds of regulation, the Knights (26-1) controlled
The fund, benefiting local organizations, is dedicated to fighting and preventing child abuse locally. "Approximately 1 in 5 children under the age of 18 in Madison County are affected by abuse or neglect...The donation match to the Blue Ribbon Child
The festival runs April 18-22 in nine auditoriums, including, for the first time, theaters at People, be sure to grab a copy of today's Isthmus , because inside is your very own copy of the 2012 Wisconsin Film Festival schedule. The festival runs
Madison Square Garden decided not to ban the organization from holding its annual championship tournament there.
n \n What can you find in this week's Isthmus ? Highlights from the latest issue follow: Your complete guide to the 2012 Wisconsin Film Festival...Andrew Cole reports on the UW TAA's decision not to endorse Kathleen Falk.
Written by Daily Tribune staff Filed Under Sheila Miech has a long list of accolades during her coaching career at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Miech will add another accolade Saturday when she will become the first woman inductee into