gun hunt begins
— A Wisconsin tradition is continuing as the state's
nine-day gun deer hunt gets underway. The
season opens as the sun rises Saturday and will run through
board to vote on revisions to invasives list
— The state Department of Natural Resources' board could
add scores of organisms to Wisconsin's invasive species list
next month in the first revisions to the catalog since it
was created five years ago.
Man charged in wife's death to undergo mental exam
PLEASANT — A judge in Wisconsin has ordered a mental exam
for an Illinois man accused of killing his estranged wife
with a hatchet-type weapon.
back in Oshkosh investigating
— The Federal Bureau of Investigation is conducting
another investigation in Oshkosh, but won't divulge the
family protests tree lighting in park
— Supporters and family members of a black man fatally
shot by a white Milwaukee officer have protested a tree
lighting ceremony in the downtown park where he was killed.
Pleasant police say woman beaten has died
PLEASANT — Police say a woman who was severely beaten with
a hatchet after trying to hide from her estranged husband in
Mount Pleasant has died of her injuries.
officials: 6 displaced by Milwaukee fire
— Milwaukee firefighters say six people have been
displaced by a residential fire.
unemployment rate drops to 5.4 percent
— Wisconsin's unemployment rate stands at 5.4 percent in
October, dropping slightly from 5.5 percent the previous
of Milwaukee robbery suspect calls police
— A 15-year-old Milwaukee boy has been arrested on
suspicion of armed robbery after his mother called police to
report the crime.
mom accused of damaging son's ears
— A 26-year-old Fond du Lac woman is charged with felony
child abuse after she was caught on video jamming cotton
swabs into her son's ears, causing them to bleed.
man arrested in daughter's slaying
— Kenosha police have arrested a man in connection with
the slaying of his 11-month-old daughter.
development groups want to develop state land
— Four development groups are in the running to develop
what would become the largest state-owned office building in
warns of government imposter phone scam
— Wisconsin consumer protection officials are warning
people to be on the lookout for a government imposter phone
put out at La Crosse fuel plant after blast
CROSSE — An explosion and fire in a storage silo at a
western Wisconsin fuels plant was extinguished Wednesday
after firefighters prevented the flames from spreading to
man sentenced in sex trafficking case
FALLS, S.D. — A Milwaukee man who authorities accuse of
forcing two people into prostitution has been sentenced to
over five years in prison.
Milwaukee store worker shot in robbery
— Milwaukee police say an employee at a clothing and shoe
store has been shot during a robbery.
investigate infant death, fire in Kenosha
— Police say they are investigating the homicide of an
11-month-old child in Kenosha following a residential fire.