Walker would borrow to fund transportation projects
- Gov. Scott Walker plans to rely on borrowing rather than a
gasoline tax increase to fund transportation projects over
the next two years.
more children died of flu complications in Wisconsin
- State health officials say three more children have died
from flu complications in Wisconsin, bringing the total
number of pediatric deaths to five.
attorney argues for new trial
PAUL, Minn. - The Minnesota Court of Appeals should decide
in the next 90 days whether a St. Paul man convicted of
killing his wife deserves a new trial.
traffickers stop in Sioux Falls on way to North Dakota
FALLS, S.D. - Sioux Falls has become a popular stopping-off
point for sex traffickers heading to the booming western
North Dakota oil patch, where pimping and prostitution are
on the rise, authorities say.
of missing man found on river bank
DELLS - The body of a missing La Crosse man has been found
on the banks of the Wisconsin River.
plans to hire 150 employees
- The property casualty insurer Acuity is growing.
scheduled to return to Janesville
- Mitt Romney is scheduled to return to Wisconsin this
spring, but he won't come back as a Republican candidate for
made in fatal hit-and-run
LAKE - Sheriff's officials in western Wisconsin say an
arrest has been made in the death of a pedestrian who was
struck by a driver who fled the scene.
scares robber by threatening to spray him with gas
- Milwaukee police say a man fueling up his car scared off a
would-be armed robber when he pointed the nozzle at him and
threatened to spray him with gasoline.
4-year-old Milwaukee boy accidentally shot uncle
- Police say a 4-year-old Milwaukee boy accidentally shot
his uncle in the stomach after finding a gun on the floor.
man pleads guilty to human trafficking
- A Madison man has pleaded guilty to three human
team works to defend snow sculpting championship
GENEVA - A Wisconsin snow sculpting team that won the last
two national championships is trying to defend its trophy in
sentenced to 19 years on child porn and drug charges
- A Milwaukee man who police consider a person of interest
in the disappearance of his girlfriend was sentenced Friday
to 19 years in prison for child pornography and keeping a
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