Sikhs plan rites, 6K run in memory of tragedy
CREEK Wisconsin Sikhs (seekz) plan to memorialize last
year's shooting tragedy with religious observances and a
6-kilometer fundraising run/walk.
Slain Wis. woman struck many times
A medical examiner has testified that a slain
78-year-old Wisconsin woman was struck at least 27 times
with sharp and blunt objects.
DNR wants to increase wolf hunt limits
Hunters and trappers would be allowed to kill dozens
more wolves during Wisconsin's second wolf hunt this fall,
under new quotas released Tuesday by state wildlife
Man mauled by bear outside Wis. cabin
LAKE A man who was attacked by a black bear outside a
cabin in northwestern Wisconsin is recovering at a hospital.
Hulsey considering becoming independent
Democratic state Rep. Brett Hulsey of Madison is
considering switching his party affiliation to become an
officer accidentally shoots suspect
Milwaukee police say an officer accidentally shot and
wounded a car theft suspect while arresting him.
suspect escaped Monday.
Senate to take up venture capital bill
The state Senate is scheduled to vote Tuesday on a bill
that would invest millions of dollars in state and private
money in Wisconsin startups.
Senate to vote on WEDC board bill
The Wisconsin Senate is getting ready to vote on a bill
that would limit terms for board members at Gov. Scott
Walker's troubled quasi-public jobs agency.
brother killed in Madeline Island plane crash
Ashland County authorities say a La Crosse doctor and
his brother were killed in a single-engine plane crash on
historical site offers Railroad Days
A southwestern Wisconsin historical site will offer a
special railroad-themed weekend in August.
Festival of Arts starts Friday
Work from more than 175 artists will be displayed and
sold this weekend on Milwaukee's lakefront.
of Green Bay clears retired priest
BAY The Catholic Diocese of Green Bay says its
investigation has cleared a retired priest of sexual abuse