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Over 60 goats stolen from Dodge County farm, Ralph Armstrong dismissed of murder charges, 50 gay and lesbian couples sign up for partnership benefits

 Violent crime, same-sex marriage, Brett Farve

Madison police release some good news: Burglaries, car thefts and reported rapes fell significantly in the first six months of 2009, compared to the same period the year before. Overall, violent crime is down nearly 10%. Holding their own, though, are the categories of aggravated assault and theft. >More
 Schaefer charged with homicide in death of Kratz, Bud Light truck spill 22 tons of beer in streets, Ruling allows religious schools to fire based on age, gender, race

 17-year-old dies while playing "choking game," Head of UW Hospital's cancer pharmacy fired for stealing narcotics, Cardinal Bar to reopen as dance club

 Oscar G. Meyer, former Oscar Meyer head, dies at 95, Apartment/retail project approved for West Washington, Brendan Eichstadt loses private detective license

 GM will not reopen Janesville plant, Falk breaks ground for $18 million nursing home, Café Montmartre closes after 17 years

 Prime Mortier suspect was near victim at time of disappearance, UW sells out all 11,500 football tickets in under three hours, Driving deaths and injuries abound

 Badger bus station to be turned into apartments, Assembly committee approves regulation of "phony" campaign ads, Plastic bag recycling program passed

 Rhythm and Booms unveils June 27 plans, New $43.6 million Central Library approved, Several Madison schools have failed No Child Left Behind

 2% pay raises for state workers stripped, John Dejung takes over as 911 Center director, Madison Avenue and Ram Head Rathskeller get licenses suspended

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