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Justice Department will review death of teen

The U.S. Justice Department plans to review the death of a 16-year-old who was restrained at a Milwaukee-area convenience store but says his family has not provided sufficient evidence so far of a civil rights violation.

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Wisconsin DOJ awards grants

The Wisconsin Department of Justice has awarded 11 grants worth nearly $561,000 to help victims of sexual assault and domestic abuse.

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Hearing to be held in firing of DOJ officer

Wisconsin's whistleblower law may have been violated when a special agent was fired after alleging that his boss was illegally making and selling guns, the state Department of Workforce Development said.

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Walker proposes expanding DNA collection (UPDATE)

Gov. Scott Walker wants to spend $6 million on expanding DNA collection efforts to include anyone arrested on a felony charge and anyone convicted of a crime, a move the Republican has argued will help police solve more crimes.

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Settlement reached in wetlands violation

An Illinois resident who illegally filled wetlands during three separate years in Oneida County has agreed to pay $30,000 plus the cost of environmental restoration, the Wisconsin Department of Justice announced Monday.

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