woman steers bus to safety after driver collapses
A 48-year-old Illinois woman is considered a hero by
many after preventing a serious tour bus accident in Kenosha
County after the driver suffered a medical emergency.
to hold hearing on school accountability bill
Failing public schools would have no sanctions under a
bill scheduled for a public hearing before a state Senate
high school students visit with therapy dogs
A high school in Waukesha (WAW'-kih-shaw) County is
hosting visits from therapy dogs to help students cope with
the stress of finals week.
want $2.3 million to upgrade Birkie ski trails
Supporters of North America's largest cross country ski
race want to raise $2.3 million to renovate the trails where
it's held in northern Wisconsin.
of boy in Milwaukee hotel pool ruled accidental
The Milwaukee County medical examiner's office says the
death of a 7-year-old boy who drowned while attending a
birthday party at a Milwaukee hotel was an accident.
son die after vehicle breaks through ice
An accident on Lake Winnebago has taken another life.
Winnebago County Coroner's Office says an 8-year-old boy has
died after he was pulled from the icy lake water Sunday.
struck, killed by SUV outside Wisconsin church
Parishioners consoled each other Sunday about the deaths
of an elderly couple who were struck and killed by an SUV as
they left church a day earlier.
crash on Interstate 94 kills 1, injures 5
- A driver who entered Interstate 94 the wrong way is dead
and five others are injured after a six-vehicle crash in
tells Iowa crowd of 'go big and go bold' attitude
MOINES, Iowa - Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is holding up his
"go big and go bold" attitude as something
Republicans need to emulate in Washington.
mayor says he's disappointed with casino denial
- The Kenosha mayor says he's very disappointed Gov. Scott
Walker decided against a request to build a casino there.
mine protester gets 9 months in jail
- A woman accused of helping lead a protest that disrupted
workers at a mining rig in northern Wisconsin has been
sentenced to nine months in jail, a stiffer sentence than
recommended by prosecutors.
Milwaukee aldermen condemn "rape" remark of
- A dozen of Milwaukee's 15 aldermen have signed a letter
condemning the remarks of a colleague who suggested there
would be sexual assaults on streetcars that are part of a
$124 million downtown project that he opposes.
Waukesha County arena: Maybe Someday
- When asking whether Waukesha County could be home to a
Milwaukee Bucks arena or any other professional sports
venue, its not just a case of those with the money making
waives extradition in connection with homicide
- A couple arrested for shoplifting in southern Wisconsin
has waived extradition to Alabama in connection with a
Bay man indicted in sexual exploitation of minors
BAY - A federal grand jury has returned an indictment
against a Green Bay man accusing him of coercing girls to
appear in his pornographic videos.
police investigating road rage gunshot
- Wausau police say they're investigating a road rage
victims identified as father, son
OF FOREST - Authorities say a Sheboygan Falls father and his
4-year-old son are the two people who were killed in a
highway crash in Fond du Lac County.
arrested in fatal stabbing of his baby, another man
- A father fatally stabbed two people, including his
5-month-old daughter in her crib, and wounded two other
people in an attack at a Milwaukee duplex Friday, the city's
police chief said.
Crosse County goes without heroin overdose death in 2014
CROSSE - There were no deaths from heroin overdoses in La
Crosse County last year and officials are crediting naloxone,
a drug that counteracts overdoses.
charge man with homicide in cold case
- Wisconsin prosecutors have accused a Michigan man of
killing another man with his car in 2008.
A Bucks arena: Why not in Waukesha
- Its not uncommon to see the homes of professional sports
teams located outside the cities they are named for - for
example, the Dallas Cowboys of Arlington, Texas, the Detroit
Pistons in Auburn Hills, Mich., and the Los Angeles Angels
will ask students to fill out sex assault survey
University of Wisconsin-Madison officials plan to ask
students to fill out a sexual assault survey this spring.