sheriff's deputy injured by jail inmate
- A Dane County sheriff's deputy was hurt while trying to
move a jail inmate to another cell.
off-duty Wis. police officers accused of OWI
- Two off-duty Sheboygan police officers have been arrested
on suspicion of OWI.
says it can't cancel northern deer hunt
- A Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources official says
it's too late to cancel a four-day antlerless deer hunt in
northern Wisconsin as three Republican lawmakers are
phone ban in construction zones sought
- Drivers would be barred from talking on their cellphones
while in a construction zone under a bill being circulated
in the Wisconsin state Legislature.
Valley-area police expand use of body cameras
- Police in the Fox Valley area plan to expand the use of
body cameras, which are digital cameras the size of a credit
card that allow police to record interactions with the
ranks No. 8 in college grads with loan debt
- Two out of every three people who graduated from a
Wisconsin college last year entered the job market carrying
debt from student loans, a rate that saddles the state with
a No. 8 national ranking, according to a new report.
UW schools developing flex programs
- Four more University of Wisconsin System schools are
developing flex option programs.
Yachts looking for workers in Pulaski
- A northeastern Wisconsin yacht builder has won a
multi-million dollar Dutch contract and plans to hire 150
man sentenced for strangling woman
CLAIRE - An Altoona man has been sentenced to 22½ years in
prison for strangling a woman family members say was his
million gallons of manure spilled this year
- State officials say Wisconsin farms spilled more than 1
million gallons of manure this year, the greatest amount in
for Wis. turkey, bear permits approaching
The deadline for filing applications for Wisconsin's
spring turkey and bear hunts is fast approaching.
company submits Wis. storm water permit
A company looking to dig a huge iron mine near Lake
Superior has submitted a storm water permit application to
presides over tree lighting ceremony
- After two lighting ceremonies, the lights of the Wisconsin
state Capitol Christmas tree are now on for good.
Milwaukee cops fined for role in strip searches
Two Milwaukee police officers convicted of failing to
intervene when other officers conducted illegal body-cavity
searches have each been fined $300.
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.