ID 2 15-year-old boys killed in Milwaukee crash
Authorities have identified the two 15-year-old boys who
were killed in a crash in Milwaukee.
explosion injures 1, damages neighborhood
Investigators will try to determine why a house exploded
in Fitchburg, critically injuring a man and causing damage
to at least two dozen other homes in the neighborhood.
seek hearing on Waukesha water withdrawal decision
CITY, Mich. An organization representing mayors of more
than 120 cities in the Great Lakes region is challenging a
decision to let Waukesha, Wisconsin, draw water from Lake
Wisconsin director jabs Democrat Feingold
Donald Trump's Wisconsin director is calling on
Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold to say whether
Hillary Clinton's actions as secretary of state were
American senator defends Clinton on Klan video
A Democratic African American state senator from
Wisconsin says Hillary Clinton is not out of line for
posting a new online video that compiles footage of white
supremacist leaders praising Donald Trump.
credit awarded for Direct Supply expansion
A Milwaukee company that supplies and runs senior living
facilities will receive up to $22.5 million in state
economic development tax credits to expand its campus on the
city's northwest side.
filed before officer killed man in Milwaukee
Records show an excessive force complaint was filed
against a Milwaukee police officer days before he fatally
shot a suspect which ignited two nights of violence in a
north side neighborhood.
to Milwaukee's north side to talk development
Gov. Scott Walker and Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett will
visit Milwaukee's north side on Friday to talk about
economic development efforts less than two weeks after
violent protests there.
killed during Manitowoc Speedway race
A race car driver has died in a crash at the Manitowoc
say the fatal accident happened Wednesday night during an
Eastern Wisconsin Stock Cars race at the Manitowoc County
Beret killed in Afghanistan from Milwaukee area
The Green Beret who was killed by an explosive in
Afghanistan this week was raised in the Milwaukee area.
drops in most Wisconsin cities, counties
Unemployment fell in most of Wisconsin's largest cities
and counties last month. New
data the state Department of Workforce Development released
Wednesday shows unemployment dropped in 30 of the state's 32
largest cities from June to July.
hampering travel in southwestern Wisconsin
CROSSE Southwestern Wisconsin residents are dealing with
flooding, mudslides and blocked roads. The
National Weather Service issued a flood warning Wednesday
morning for Richmond and Crawford counties.
examiner: 2-year-old dies after fall from window
The Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office says a
2-year-old has died after falling from a window at a
ACT scores drop below national average
Wisconsin's average score on the ACT college entrance
exam dropped below the national average in the first year
that all graduating seniors took the test.
teacher licenses rules go into effect
New state regulations designed to retain teachers are
going into effect. The
package was published Tuesday.
of tiger sounds aim to help save wild population
Tigers use a grunt-like snort called chuffing as a
greeting, short roars for intimidation and long roars to
AG drops early voting fight
Milwaukee and Madison apparently will be able to start
early voting next month. Wisconsin
Attorney General Brad Schimel is dropping an attempt to
block the state's largest cities from staring early voting
in September for the Nov. 8 election.
coach files wrongful termination lawsuit
A former University of Wisconsin-Whitewater wrestling
coach is suing the athletic director and former chancellor
for wrongful termination and defamation.