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Third person sentenced in 2016 overdose death, gets five years of probation

SAMANTHA STETZER Chippewa Herald

Nastaja E. Dubois spent her 20th birthday in jail. Read more

Cobban Bridge receives $4.72 million in state funding

THE HERALD

Wisconsin’s oldest two-span truss-type bridge has received more than $4.72 million in state aid from the Department of Transportation for r… Read more

Student Achievements

Cadet 4C Mitchell J. Brunke finished his Freshman year at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs, Colo. He made the Dean’s List and Comm… Read more

Pomp & Circumstance: Colfax

The following students will graduate from Colfax High School this spring. Read more

Highway work ending Friday for long Memorial Day weekend

BILL NOVAK bnovak@madison.com

Travelers heading north to cabins and resorts in Wisconsin won't have to deal with highway construction this Memorial Day weekend, but drivers should be aware of heavy traffic and possible delays. Read more

Sports

As a fan, Aaron Rodgers excited for girlfriend Danica Patrick’s final run

Patrick is set to retire from auto racing after Sunday’s Indy 500. Read more

Detroit activists call on Lions to reject NFL anthem policy

DETROIT (AP) — A group of Detroit civil rights activists is calling on the Lions to reject the NFL's new policy aimed at addressing the issue of national anthem protests. Read more

Giants activate OF Williamson, send Osich to Triple-A

CHICAGO (AP) — The San Francisco Giants have activated outfielder Mac Williamson from the 10-day disabled list and sent left-hander Josh Osich to Triple-A Sacramento. Read more

Opinion

Debunking the 6 biggest myths about 'technology addiction'

Here's a look at 6 common myths of technology addiction that deserve to be debunked by actual research. Read more

A hangover pill? Tests on drunk mice show promise

The "hangover pill" could begin human clinical trials in as early as one year. Here's how it would work: Read more

Messy women may actually liberate us all

From Mary Magdalene to "The Scarlet Letter"'s Hester Prynne and beyond, women of questionable morality who live undisciplined lives have been socially shunned. That seems to finally be changing. Read more

Would America vote for Oprah for president?

America has had a black president. Is the country ready for a black president who is also a woman? Read more