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Recycling company fined for spills

A Clyman recycling company was ordered this month to pay $40,000 in penalties and court costs after it failed to adequately respond to two spills that sent waste into waterways, according to a news release sent Thursday by Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen’s office.

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Van Hollen unhappy with budget language (UPDATE)

Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said Monday he can't support provisions his fellow Republicans added to the state budget that would delay transmitting arrestees' DNA to the state crime labs and allow bounty hunters to operate in the state.

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GPS tracking argument goes to state Supreme Court

When murder suspect Nicolas Subdiaz-Osorio was pulled over as a passenger on south Route 55 in Arkansas and later charged with the murder of his brother, quick thinking and timely police work played a big role in his capture.

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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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