The justices on the state Supreme Court aren't in agreement on how Wisconsin law defines theft and noted their differences in an opinion issued on Friday in a case involving repeated retail theft at a Walmart in Green County.
A key Republican lawmaker acknowledged Friday that he removed an 80-year-old man's anti-Republican sign from the state Capitol rotunda without permission in May in an effort to uphold "decorum" in the building.
A former clerk-treasurer for the village of Black Earth has been sentenced to two years in prison for stealing about $400,000 from the southern Wisconsin community and the electric utility in which it's a partner.
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