standoff ends peacefully in West Allis
WEST ALLIS — A
police standoff has ended peacefully in the Milwaukee suburb
of West Allis. Police had
responded late Saturday to what they called a "trouble
call." A man surrendered about 3:30 a.m. Sunday.
seek poisoner of dogs in western Wisconsin
LAKE HALLIE —
Police in a western Wisconsin town are trying to find
whoever is making dogs sick. The
Lake Hallie Police Department says someone has been putting
an unknown substance inside cut-up hot dogs, wrapping the
hot dogs in dental floss and then tossing the meat in
completes 170-mile journey to Lambeau by wheelchair
GREEN BAY — A
man using a wheelchair has completed a 170-mile journey from
southern Wisconsin to Lambeau Field.
Thousands going to Dane County ERs for dental problems
- Dane County is seeing mixed results in its efforts to reduce reliance on people going to hospital emergency rooms for dental problems, a new report shows.
5 arrested in death of Milwaukee home inspector
MILWAUKEE - Five people have been arrested in the shooting death of a Milwaukee home inspector.
falls short in first test of Trump presidency
House Speaker Paul Ryan guaranteed a win on the Republican
plan to dismantle Barack Obama's health care law.
Heimlich hero: Video captures student saving friend's life
LA CROSSE - A Wisconsin high school student is being called a hero for using the Heimlich maneuver to rescue a choking friend in the school cafeteria.
Wisconsin's budget could be $1 billion short by 2021
MADISON - Wisconsin's state budget could be more than $1 billion in the red by 2021, based on the proposal submitted by Gov. Scott Walker that the Legislature is considering.
Victim's husband appeals for calm after Wisconsin shooting
MADISON - The husband of one of four people killed in a string of shootings by a suspect who is Hmong urged community members not to "get caught up in colors" in reacting to the attack.
Wisconsin makes legal arguments in redistricting appeal
MADISON - Wisconsin's Republican attorney general told the U.S. Supreme Court in a legal filing Friday that a ruling striking down GOP-drawn legislative boundaries in the state as unconstitutional is "unprecedented."
baby co-sleeping death reported in Milwaukee in 24 hours
Milwaukee authorities are investigating the city's second
death of a baby in a co-sleeping incident within 24 hours.
city worker fatally shot on the job identified
City officials and police in Milwaukee have identified a
housing inspector who was shot and killed while on duty.
lawyer loses license over misuse of client funds
MADISON — A
Madison-area attorney has agreed to give up his law license
after failing to keep records of his client trust account
and possibly using client money over a period of several
fired over Trump wants $250,000 settlement
LA CROSSE — A
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse police dispatcher who says
she was fired for supporting President Donald Trump's travel
ban wants a six-figure settlement.
questions state review of Ho-Chunk expansion
MADISON — An
American Indian tribe is questioning why Gov. Scott Walker's
administration isn't applying the same criteria to a
northern Wisconsin casino expansion as it has for previous
proposals. A state spokesman says they're not comparable
fleeing police ends up on Wisconsin airport runway
OSHKOSH — A
police chase in the Oshkosh area has ended with the suspect
driving his car onto an airport runway. The
Wisconsin State Patrol tells WBAY-TV a trooper going north
on Highway 41 on Tuesday noticed a couple of cars coming up
fast behind him.
mocks opponent in first ads of superintendent race
MADISON — State
Superintendent Tony Evers mocks his opponent Lowell Holtz in
the first television ads of the race, referencing an alleged
deal Holtz discussed designed to net him a personal driver
and six-figure state job.
surgeon pleads guilty after New Zealand crash kills 2
Zealand — A 63-year-old Wisconsin heart surgeon who was on
vacation in New Zealand with his wife pleaded guilty to
careless driving charges Tuesday after police say he caused
an accident while attempting a U-turn on a coastal highway,
killing two people and injuring four others.
Court seems divided in property rights dispute
WASHINGTON — A
divided Supreme Court struggled on Monday over a property
rights dispute that could make it tougher for state and
local governments to limit development in coastal areas.