Guard begins ice breaking on Lake Superior
- The U.S. Coast Guard is beginning to break the ice on Lake
Superior and officials say the process will be difficult
gets 7 years in prison in teen's heroin death
- A Wisconsin man accused of supplying the heroin that
killed a teenager in 2012 has been sentenced to seven years
shooting suspect's murder trial postponed
- The murder trial of a Purdue University engineering student
accused of killing another student on campus has been postponed
for six months.
charged in bleached puppies case
DU LAC, Wis. - The mother of an 8-year-old boy accused of
injuring two puppies with bleach is charged in Fond du Lac
Bank sends wrong mortgage statements
- Anchor Bank is offering an apology to nearly 200 customers who
were sent the wrong mortgage statements.
Conservation Congress form fishing group
- The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and the
Conservation Congress have formed a new fishing advisory group.
tells counties to conserve road salt
BAY The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is
telling counties to conserve their limited road salt
supplies in case the state gets freezing rain.
falls from roller coaster at Wis. resort
DELTON Authorities say a 64-year-old man has fallen off
an indoor roller coaster at a Wisconsin theme park.
issues report cards on Minn., Wis. nuke plants
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission has issued its annual
report cards on the nation's 100 commercial nuclear power
plants, and it found room for improvement at two reactors in
Minnesota and one in Wisconsin.
Senate panel passes CCAP purges
A state Senate committee has overwhelmingly approved a
bipartisan bill that would purge information from
Wisconsin's popular online court records database.
weather putting a damper on construction
The long, cold winter has put a damper on home
construction, including the remodeling industry.
of bitcoin exchange found dead in Singapore
The American CEO of a virtual currency exchange was
found dead near her home in Singapore.
Wave, owner sued for overdue payment
The Milwaukee Wave professional indoor soccer team and
its owner are being sued by a lender.
landmark coming down
Demolition work has started to remove a mammoth landmark
that has stood in downtown Manitowoc for more than a
park tourism generates $28M in Wis.
Visitors to two national parks in Wisconsin spent $28.4
million in surrounding communities in 2012.
Temporary gay marriage ban block unlikely
A federal judge has asked the American Civil Liberties Union
to reconsider its request to temporarily block Wisconsin's gay
Rep. Ryan to headline 2nd Iowa GOP event
MOINES, Iowa Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan is planning his second
trip to Iowa since running as the Republicans' 2012 vice
struck by wayward bullet in West Bend
BEND A man is injured in his second-floor apartment in
West Bend when he was struck by a wayward bullet.