ice fishing season off to early start
Wisconsin's ice fishing season is off to an early start
thanks to last week's cold snap.
2013 was year of weather extremes in Wis.
2013 was a year of weather extremes in Wisconsin. That's
according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's
statistical arm. It says the state experienced unusual cold,
drought and heavy rain although not all at once.
Harbor nurse's artifacts added to museum
Artifacts from a Wisconsin woman who served as a nurse
at Pearl Harbor during World War II have been added to the
collection of the Wisconsin Veterans Museum.
Wisconsin hardest hit by snowstorm
CLAIRE Northwestern Wisconsin is getting the brunt of a
lingering snowstorm that's already dumped more than 2 feet
of snow in northeastern Minnesota.
man pleads guilty in triple homicide
A Waukesha man pleaded guilty Wednesday in the beating
deaths of three retired farmers in southern Wisconsin.
of Milwaukee courthouse fire undetermined
Officials say the cause of an electrical fire at the
Milwaukee County Courthouse in July may never be known.
Kulp, Rodriguez sworn into office
Two Republicans who won special elections for the state
Assembly have been sworn into office.
Court won't review release revocation
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to review a
decision that sent a man who killed a priest and two others
in La Crosse County back to a mental health facility.
kill 7 percent fewer Wisconsin deer
Cold weather put a damper on Wisconsin's gun deer
season, leading hunters to cut their outings short and a
slightly weaker harvest than last year, state wildlife
officials said Tuesday.
GOP official facing additional charges
Mich. A Michigan Republican State Committee member
facing charges in Wisconsin has been jailed in Michigan's
Upper Peninsula on other charges.
Assembly to vote on Medicaid delay
The Wisconsin state Assembly plans to vote on delays
affecting health insurance coverage of more than 150,000
wife charged with killing husband
DU LAC A Wisconsin woman is accused of killing her
husband and disposing of his body. Thirty-seven-year-old
Eve Nance is charged with first-degree intentional homicide
and hiding a corpse.
ruffe DNA found in southern Lake Michigan
CITY, Mich. Genetic material from an invasive fish
called the Eurasian ruffe has been found in southern Lake
Michigan for the first time, raising the possibility that it
could migrate into the Mississippi River watershed and
compete with native fish there, a scientist said Tuesday.
teacher's aide accused of sex assault
A former Appleton school district teacher's aide is
accused of sexually assaulting a student.
campaign aide fired over tweets
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has fired a campaign aide
for making demeaning comments about Hispanics on social
groups say state needs to do more
A coalition of anti-smoking groups say the state needs
to do more to prevent young people from buying tobacco