police arrest 5 in fatal shooting
Police have arrested five suspects in the fatal shooting
of a young man at his home.
Richmond janitor charged with sex assault
RICHMOND A New Richmond High School janitor has been
charged with sexuallyassaulting a boy in the early 2000s.
gets $3.9M grant for lead paint removal
Milwaukee has received a $3.9 million federal grant to
remove lead-based paint hazards from about 700 homes in the
next three years.
in double homicide in Berlin
A man previously questioned and held in a double
homicide in Berlin (BUR'-lin) has been arrested.
schools appoint female superintendent
Wisconsin's largest school district has appointed its
first permanent female superintendent.
fall enrollment holds steady
University of Wisconsin System officials say roughly the
same number of students have enrolled for the fall semester
as last year.
heating assistance now available
Assistance is now available to help low-income families
in Wisconsin with winter heating bills. The
assistance is available from the State Energy Office through
group removes pay equity graphic
A graphic showing a protester calling for pay equity
that was used as a fundraising plea by the state chamber of
commerce has been removed from its website after Democratic
lawmakers and others complained it was offensive.
judge approves sale of YMCA properties
A federal bankruptcy judge has approved the sale of four
suburban Milwaukee YMCA properties for $9 million.
charged in 2010 death of Wausau woman
A Wisconsin prison inmate was charged Tuesday with killing a
Wausau woman and burying her in the woods nearly four years
ago after a botched robbery.
man pleads guilty in parents' killings
An Iron River man has pleaded guilty to killing his
parents last winter.
blast Walker, aides over RGA retreat
- Democrats are blasting Republican Gov. Scott Walker for
allowing his top state aides to attend a Republican
Governors Association retreat where corporate leaders could
speak to them if they donated to the association.
faults Burke for playing Chris Brown song
Republicans on Tuesday accused Democratic gubernatorial
candidate Mary Burke of showing a "cavalier
attitude" toward domestic violence in using a song by
pop star Chris Brown before an appearance with first lady
vandalism causes over $200K in damages
Wood County authorities say a vandalism spree that forced
Ocean Spray's Babcock receiving station to close down for
the weekend and divert deliveries cost $200,000 in damages
and lost wages.
College of Wisconsin gets $2.5M grant
The Medical College of Wisconsin has received a $2.5
million federal grant for genetics research.
says hunters need to upgrade sunrise app
The state Department of Natural Resources is reminding
hunters they need to upgrade the agency's sunrise-sunset
screaming man arrested at Wisconsin Capitol
State officials are looking into how a naked man found
his way into the Wisconsin state Capitol's rotunda.
Crosse Oktoberfest attendants flip car
CROSSE The annual Oktoberfest celebration in La Crosse
has ended without major incident, despite police reports of
attendants flipping a car and damaging several others.