court to hear former DOJ detective's whistleblower case
Wisconsin Supreme Court will hear oral arguments next week
in a former state Justice Department investigator's
look beyond latest plans for Titletown District
Early interest in the Green Bay Packers' proposal for an
entertainment, retail and residential district around
Lambeau Field has the franchise already thinking of
expanding its plans.
of Wisconsin-Milwaukee inaugurates chancellor
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee has inaugurated Chancellor
Mark Mone, a former business professor tasked with leading
the school through a $30 million two-year budget cut.
police dog Grendel euthanized after health declines
FOND DU LAC A
retired Fond du Lac police dog that survived being shot in
2011 has been euthanized after his health declined.
to hold hearing on blaze pink hunting garb
bill that would legalize blaze pink clothing for hunters is
set for a public hearing in Madison.
demand Walker call transportation session
Democratic lawmakers are demanding Republican Gov. Scott
Walker call a special legislative session to deal with a
shortfall in road project funding.
on ducks could provide early warning on bird flu
Wildlife managers in the upper Midwest expect the first
results next week from tests that could provide an early
warning on whether ducks flying south for the winter are
carrying the deadly kind of bird flu that devastated the
region's poultry earlier this year.
Feingold raises $2.4 million, has $3.4 million
Feingold, the Democrat seeking to return to the U.S. Senate,
has $3.4 million cash on hand for his rematch against
Republican incumbent Ron Johnson, his campaign said
upholds conviction in Milwaukee crowd shooting
state appeals court says a man accused of shooting into a
Milwaukee street party was properly convicted.
identify woman killed crossing Mount Pleasant street
Police have identified a woman who was fatally struck by
a car as she and her husband tried to cross a street in
Virginia, Wisconsin school districts recognized
school districts across the nation that have found success
in using school data not just test scores to improve
student achievement were honored this week by the Data
asks appeals court to reconsider ruling in poison death
state Justice Department has asked a federal appellate panel
to reconsider overturning the conviction of a man found
guilty of fatally poisoning his wife.
court to decide status of girls accused in stabbing
decision isn't expected until early next year on whether two
13-year-old Wisconsin girls should be tried as adults on
charges of attempting to kill a classmate.
Capitol rotunda to be closed for dome repairs
Wisconsin state Capitol rotunda will be closed for a month
starting on Monday so repairs to the interior dome can be
take on store that sold gun used to shoot them
Milwaukee police officers are in court where they are taking
on the gun store that sold a firearm to the man who shot
County Lambeau Field sales tax ends
GREEN BAY A
sales tax imposed in Brown County about 15 years ago is
coming to an end. The
half-percent sales tax went into effect in January 2001 to
pay for Lambeau Field renovations after voters approved it
in a referendum.
progress in getting repeat drunken drivers off road
Wisconsin has made little progress in getting repeat drunken
drivers off its roads, with more than half of the counties
seeing no change or an increase in convictions for driving
drunk five times or more.
finalizes elections board overhaul bill
Republican legislators say they've finalized the details of
a bill that would re-structure the nonpartisan board that
oversees Wisconsin elections and ethics laws.