canoeing on Milwaukee River is missing
Ozaukee County sheriff's deputies and others are
searching the Milwaukee River for a teen who went missing
Hollen, Stepp promote drug take-back day
The Wisconsin Department of Justice and the Department
of Natural Resources are teaming up to promote National
Prescription Drug Take-Back Day.
storm dumps foot of snow in Minn., Wis.
Just when it seemed like spring was here, an April
snowstorm has dumped more than a foot of snow on parts of
shot and paralyzed in 1991 has died
CROIX FALLS A western Wisconsin sheriff's deputy who was
paralyzed after being shot by a suspect in 1991 has died,
and he will be buried with full law enforcement honors
during a funeral expected to draw officers from several
states, according to the Polk County sheriff.
body found on Lake Michigan beach identified
Mich. The frozen body of a man found on a remote Lake
Michigan beach has been identified as a missing Wisconsin
to pay $4M to settle billing investigation
Miron Construction Co. Inc. has agreed to pay $4 million
to settle a federal investigation into how the company
billed five Wisconsin school districts for labor costs.
asks Supreme Court to nix marriage ban
A same-sex couple has asked the Wisconsin Supreme Court
to strike down the state's gay marriage ban.
Controls buying air distribution business
- Johnson Controls, which makes both automotive and building
systems, said Wednesday that it's buying Air Distribution
Technologies from the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
for about $1.6 billion.
Oneida tribe hosts food summit
The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin hopes to combat
serious health problems among Native Americans by teaching
other tribal members to farm and preserve their own food.
stocking 316,000 trout statewide
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is working
to stock 316,000 trout across the state ahead of inland
fishing season opener next month.
shredding days scheduled across Wisconsin
The Wisconsin Better Business Bureau is hosting special
events at three locations across the state where people can
shred sensitive documents to prevent identity theft.
breaks for day in husband's murder trial
Jurors began deliberating Tuesday in the murder trial of
a Lincoln County man accused of killing his wife and dumping
her body in a swamp last year.
lovers vote to ban baiting, feeding
Outdoor enthusiasts say Wisconsin should ban deer
baiting and feeding in the days leading up to the November
students to design 3 of Capitol's flowerbeds
University of Wisconsin Landscape Architecture students
are competing to design the floral gardens that will be
planted outside the Capitol this year.
moratorium coming to an end
The state's moratorium on disconnecting utility
customers who are behind on their bills is ending.
than 30 vehicles pile up on icy highway
More than 30 vehicles piled up on an icy highway in
director to meet with reporters in Milwaukee
The head of the FBI is scheduled to meet with reporters
in Milwaukee, as part of his effort to visit all of the
agency's 56 field offices.
jury sentences man to death in carjack killing
FALLS, S.D. A man with a history of mental illness
was sentenced to death by a jury on Monday for killing a
South Dakota hospice nurse as part of a plot to assassinate
President Barack Obama.