political group to reimburse travel costs
Gov. Scott Walker's nonprofit political group says it
will reimburse the state for costs related to the likely
presidential candidate's political travel.
indicts man accused of trying to join Islamic State
A federal grand jury in Madison has formally indicted a
Wisconsin man accused of attempting to join the Islamic
County turkey flock is sixth with bird flu in state
The deadly bird flu virus has been detected in a 90,000
turkey flock in Barron County.
want to end lawmakers' unpaid sick leave benefit
A pair of Republican lawmakers wants to do away with a
perk for Wisconsin state senators and representatives.
to fix problem with marijuana byproduct law circulated
A Republican state senator is circulating a proposal
designed to help make a marijuana byproduct available to
treat people with seizures a year after it was legalized but
still not accessible.
gives final approval for high-voltage power line
Wisconsin regulators have given final approval to a $580
million high-voltage power line that will run between
Madison and La Crosse.
of numerous manhunts arrested at casino
A fugitive who was the target of numerous manhunts
around Wisconsin has been arrested at a casino.
Thanksgiving game will displace traditional meal
BAY The Green Bay Packers' Thanksgiving matchup with the
Chicago Bears at Lambeau Field will displace a long-held
tradition in the stadium's atrium.
court: Navajo inmate can wear headband, eat venison
A Navajo Indian imprisoned in Wisconsin can wear a
headband in his cell and celebrate a tribal feast with wild
venison, a federal appeals court has ruled.
says there won't be 'huge amount' of new revenue
Gov. Scott Walker says new tax collection forecasts
coming out in May will not provide a windfall, but any
additional revenue should first be directed to help K-12
of fatally shot boy, 11, upset about court punishments
The mother of a fatally shot 11-year-old boy from the
town of Sharon says punishments handed down in the case
lessen the value of his life.
committee approves funding for dead deer removal
The state Department of Natural Resources would continue
to get funding to pay for removal of deer struck by
motorists on Wisconsin roadways under a vote by the
Legislature's budget committee.
renewal of Wisconsin driver's licenses scaled back
Gov. Scott Walker's proposal allowing Wisconsin driver's
licenses to be renewed online one time has been scaled back
by the Legislature's budget committee.
DOJ charges trucker with multiple sexual assaults
The Wisconsin Department of Justice has charged an
Oconto-based trucker with multiple counts of child
enticement and sexual assault of a child.
body found on UW-Eau Claire campus
CLAIRE Police are investigating the death of a man whose
body was found in a park on the University of Wisconsin-Eau
14, stabbed during robbery on Milwaukee County bus
Authorities say a 14-year-old girl was the second person
stabbed during a robbery on a Milwaukee County Transit
System within two days.
may get out of the dead deer business
Spot a dead deer on the side of the road? Gov. Scott
Walker doesn't want the state Department of Natural
Resources paying to clean it up.
1st-quarter results mixed, cuts outlook
Harley-Davidson's first-quarter profit edged up,
benefiting from a reduced tax rate. But the motorcycle
maker's revenue missed expectations and the company lowered
its full-year forecast for motorcycle shipments, citing
increased discounting among its rivals.