County officials to get military vehicle
— The Appleton Police Department and Outagamie County
Sheriff's Department will soon have a surplus military vehicle
for high-risk situations.
to pass bills targeting heroin use
— The Wisconsin Senate is poised to pass a pair of bills
designed to combat heroin use.
DNR plans April syrup festival
— Syrup lovers will get a chance to seriously indulge
themselves next month at the state Department of Natural
Resources' Maple Syrup Festival.
to review penalties for serving minors
— An Appleton restaurant that served a beer to an undercover
police operative ended up going out of business. Now some city
officials are asking that the policy for revoking liquor
licenses be re-evaluated.
53, found dead in Milwaukee driveway
— Milwaukee authorities say a 53-year-old woman has been found
dead outside a home.
McCoy to hold open house
- A Wisconsin military training base is again set to hold its
annual May open house after budget cuts scuttled last year's
pleads guilty in Glendale homicide
- A man charged in the November killing of a Glendale man has
pleaded guilty, one day after a jury convicted his co-defendant.
sentenced to 20 months for abusing boys
- A baby sitter has been sentenced to 20 months in prison for
violently abusing an infant and his 2-year-old brother.
deaths bill could pass in April
- The state Senate could take up early next month a bill
that would require Wisconsin police departments to enlist
outside investigators to probe officer-involved deaths.
charge against official with sand mine interest
CROSSE - No charges will be filed against a Trempealeau County
Board supervisor who was investigated because of his financial
interest in a sand mining company.
pleads guilty in burn-pit body case
- A southern Wisconsin man accused of burning the corpse of a
missing woman in his backyard fire pit last year has entered a
gun killed wolf that fled Isle Royale park
CITY, Mich. - A gray wolf that fled Isle Royale National Park
across a Lake Superior ice bridge and was found dead on the
mainland had been shot with a pellet from an air gun, officials
denies jailed suspect visit with dying dad
Ill. - A Lake County judge has denied a request by a Waukegan
woman accused of killing a 3-month-old child to leave jail to
visit her dying father in Milwaukee.
ask judge to stay gay marriage lawsuit
- Attorneys representing Republican Gov. Scott Walker's
administration have asked a federal judge to either delay a
lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's gay marriage ban or stay out of
the case completely.
website had wrong insurance deadline
- A spokeswoman for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services
says its website saying that BadgerCare recipients have to sign
up for private health insurance by Saturday in order to have it
in place next month is wrong.
who killed 2 teens during beating out of jail
- A maintenance worker who fatally shot two teens as police say
he was being beaten with a baseball bat in Milwaukee was
released from jail Friday while prosecutors continue their
scales back leftover turkey permit sale
- Wisconsin wildlife officials have decided to scale back the
sale of leftover spring turkey permits out of concerns the harsh
winter has reduced the state flock.
arrested after man found beaten near Crandon
- Authorities say four adults and two juveniles have been
arrested after a man was badly beaten and left for dead in the
woods near Crandon.
signs high school credits bill
- Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that allows
seventh and eighth grade students to get high school credits.