Suspect arrested in Waukesha fatal shooting
Police say they've arrested a 35-year-old man in the
fatal shooting of another man last month in Waukesha.
patties recalled after complaints of metal pieces
A Wisconsin company is recalling roughly 89,000 pounds
of pork sausage patties after officials say consumers
complained of finding small pieces of metal.
Court to hear arguments in record redaction case
The state Supreme Court will hear arguments this month
on whether police can redact information gleaned from driver
data from reports released to the public.
Wisconsin police officers chasing more suspects
High-speed police chases and injuries are becoming more
common in Wisconsin, despite some police departments'
restrictions on chases over minor infractions, according to
a recent analysis of Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Wisconsin farmland values dip in 2nd quarter of 2015
A survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago says
the value of Wisconsin farmland in its district fell about 2
percent from April through June.
targeting Planned Parenthood funding up for hearing
A Republican bill to block federal money from going to
Planned Parenthood in Wisconsin is up for a public hearing.
5 sickened by smoking synthetic marijuana
Lancaster police say five people were taken to a
hospital after allegedly smoking synthetic marijuana.
wins primary for vacant Wisconsin Assembly seat
A Town of Delafield supervisor has defeated three other
Republican challengers in the race for a vacancy in the
Wisconsin state Assembly.
private school voucher spending outpaces public
Spending on Wisconsin's private school voucher program
increased about seven times as fast as aid to public schools
since Gov. Scott Walker and Republicans took control of the
Statehouse, based on new figures released Tuesday.
State Patrol rescinding raises for Walker security
The Wisconsin State Patrol is rescinding pay raises for
officers who provide security to Gov. Scott Walker after
federal regulators said they are due overtime pay dating
back to May 2013.
officer who killed biracial man back on duty
A Madison police officer who killed an unarmed biracial
man has returned to duty.
seeks $42K in fines against Waukesha scrap yard
A federal safety agency is proposing $42,000 in fines
against a Waukesha scrap yard where an employee was killed
when he was struck by a forklift truck.
man convicted of woman's fatal shooting
A jury has convicted a 33-year-old Wisconsin man of
killing the mother of his child. A
Jefferson County jury on Saturday convicted Michael
Henderson of Waterloo on one count of first-degree
leaders set to start listening sessions
University of Wisconsin System leaders are set to begin
a series of listening sessions around the state.
session is scheduled for Tuesday afternoon at UW-La Crosse.
Community, legislative and business leaders are expected to
speak on health topics.
most diverse incoming class at UW-Superior
University of Wisconsin-Superior administrators say this
year's enrollment increase can be attributed, in part, to a
record influx of international students.
officials urge drivers to watch for school children
BAY Children across Wisconsin are heading back to
safety officials are reminding motorists to be on the
lookout for children boarding or exiting school buses.
dept. to provide back pay for Walker security team
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says it will
provide back pay for State Patrol officers who serve as
bodyguards for Gov. Scott Walker and other state officials.
driver helps bald eagle she struck with SUV
PAUL, Minn. A bald eagle hit by an SUV in Wisconsin is
recovering at a University of Minnesota clinic after being
helped by the driver who hit it.