investigating headless chickens in county parks
Authorities are investigating reports of beheaded
chickens and roosters found in Milwaukee County parks.
team, college to build multipurpose facility
The Milwaukee Bucks and Marquette University are teaming
up to build a multipurpose center supporting collegiate and
professional athletes, academic research and wellness
says it will split into 2 companies in 2016
YORK Crane-maker and food service company Manitowoc said
Thursday it will split itself in two, a move encouraged by
Senate leader renews call for right-to-work law
The Republican leader of the Wisconsin state Senate is
renewing his call for passage of a right-to-work bill.
appeals court: Protest policy was unconstitutional
A Wisconsin appeals court says a requirement that
singers in the state Capitol obtain a permit was
man, 18, charged in brother's fatal shooting
An 18-year-old Milwaukee man who says he accidentally
shot his brother is now charged with negligent homicide.
Urban at Summerfest June 26
Summerfest has announced a third major headliner in its
lineup for this year's lakefront music festival in
officials vote to retain Berlin Indians mascot
Berlin Area School District officials have decided the
high school mascot will remain the same amid criticism that
it's racially insensitive.
Brown Deer teens facing charges following 'sex party'
DEER Four middle school students are facing criminal
charges after authorities say they recorded themselves at a
so-called sex party that took place at a Brown Deer home
over winter break.
of Natural Resources to offer eagle license plate
A Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources official
says she hopes a new set of bald eagle license plates will
take flight across the state.
a no-show in Green Bay
BAY It's no go for a pope show in Green Bay this year.
church leaders said Wednesday that Pope Francis will not
include Green Bay in his U.S. tour in September.
announces support for various rural projects
Gov. Scott Walker says he will propose spending more
money to help rural schools, expand broadband in underserved
areas of Wisconsin and do more to train workers and invest
in rural parts of the state.
dies in Milwaukee garage fire
The Milwaukee Fire Department says a man has died in a
garage fire. The
fire broke out about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday. Deputy Fire Chief
Terry Lintonen says firefighters found the man dead.
unmoved by Indiana decision to take Medicaid money
Gov. Scott Walker says he isn't changing his mind about
turning down federal money to expand Medicaid coverage under
President Barack Obama's health care overhaul law, even
though Republican Gov. Mike Pence did just that.
Bros. accused of age discrimination
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has
filed a discrimination lawsuit against a large heating and
plumbing contractor in northern Wisconsin and northern
Corp. goes with current site for new headquarters
Packaging maker Menasha Corp. says it will build a new
global headquarters on its existing site in eastern
airport director resigning for Milwaukee airport job
Ohio The Dayton International Airport director is
resigning to take the job of aviation director at the
General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee.
plane makes emergency landing at Mitchell airport
Authorities are investigating after a military plane was
forced to make an emergency landing at Mitchell
International Airport due to mechanical issues.