plan to cross Lake Michigan on paddle boards
Mich. A group of five friends who all have a passion for
watersports and the preservation of the Great Lakes plan to
paddle across Lake Michigan to raise money for the Alliance
for the Great Lakes.
Body of woman found in Wisconsin apartment
Authorities are investigating the death of a woman whose
body was found hidden in a Milwaukee-area apartment.
pleads not guilty in wife's decades-old death
POINT A Wisconsin Rapids man charged last week in the
decades-old shooting death of his wife has pleaded not
deputy arrested for drunken driving
A Wisconsin sheriff's deputy has been arrested in
Minnesota on suspicion of drunken driving.
seeks to commit man as sexual predator
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has requested that a
63-year-old man convicted of second-degree murder and two
sexual assault charges be committed for treatment.
Interview: Ryan discusses father's alcoholism
At age 15, Paul Ryan was already feeling isolated from
his father, who had grown distant from his family and leaned
heavily on whiskey.
sets arguments in Wisconsin voter ID case
A federal appeals court in Chicago has set oral
arguments in the fight over Wisconsin's voter identification
law for next month.
suspect charged in accomplice's death
The man charged in a robber's shooting death at a
Milwaukee-area store is one of the victim's alleged
accomplices, not the store employee who allegedly fired the
man sentenced to 40 years for child porn
Federal prosecutors say a Milwaukee man convicted of
possessing child pornography has been sentenced to 40 years.
beer proposed for Miller Park
Self-serve beer could be on its way to Miller Park.
Sportservice has filed an application with the city to
install two beer vending machines at the Milwaukee Brewers
looms for disabled deer hunt sign-up
Wisconsin wildlife officials are reminding disabled deer
hunters the deadline to sign up for the state's special
disabled hunt is approaching.
County official charged with bribery
- A former Milwaukee County official has been charged with
revokes endorsement of GOP candidate
A conservative group has revoked its endorsement of a
Republican legislative candidate.
says highway shooting was road rage
Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke says road rage led
a motorcyclist to shoot at another vehicle on a busy
freeway, injuring the driver with flying glass.
demonstrate in support of Michael Brown
Dozens of people rallied in downtown Milwaukee to show
solidarity for demonstrators in Ferguson, Missouri who are
demanding justice for Michael Brown, the black teenager
killed by a police officer.
human waste spill causes traffic delays
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says human
waste has spilled on a highway in Racine County.
residents rally after girl's gun death
A Milwaukee community is rallying to reclaim a north
side neighborhood where a 10-year-old girl was fatally shot
man charged with killing wife in 1984
POINT Portage County prosecutors have charged a
55-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man in the 1984 shooting death
of his wife.
seeks delayed trial in 2007 killing
A judge is expected to decide Monday whether to delay
the trial or dismiss the charges for a woman in the shooting
death of her former domestic partner nearly seven years ago
now that a key witness is refusing to testify.
bursts at Milwaukee County Safety Building
The cleanup is expected to continue through Tuesday
after a faulty pipe burst and damaged part of the Milwaukee
County Safety Building.