likens police who stunned Brown to wolf pack
Wisconsin Assembly candidate says police who stunned
Milwaukee Bucks player Sterling Brown resembled a wolf pack.
officials warn against synthetic marijuana
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has issued a
warning about synthetic marijuana products that have
recently sent multiple people to the hospital with severe
urges caution while on flooded Wisconsin lakes
rains across Wisconsin have state officials urging boaters
and swimmers to be wary while on flooded lakes and rivers.
veteran finally being awarded Purple Heart
A World War II veteran who spent more than a year as a
prisoner of war is finally being awarded the Purple Heart.
fugitive surrenders after more than 2 weeks on run
Wisconsin man has surrendered to authorities after more than
two weeks on the run.
gun found in Walmart shopping cart
Police say a customer at a Walmart store in Muskego pulled
out a shopping cart only to find a holstered gun inside.
Judge can't drug defendant to make him competent
state Supreme Court says a judge improperly ordered the
state to medicate a convict until he was competent to help
his attorney with his appeal.
court affirms UW-Oshkosh professor records release
state appeals court says the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh
must release records related to misconduct investigation
involving a business professor.
shipping affected by Trump visit to Duluth
Shipping and boating traffic will come to a temporary halt
at a portion of one of the busiest ports on the Great Lakes
when President Donald Trump pays a visit to Duluth.
Specialty Brands to close Janesville plant
Outdoor power equipment company Ariens Specialty Brands is
closing its plant in Janesville by the end of the year,
idling 140 employees.
Guard to help with flooding in northern Wisconsin
Scott Walker has activated the National Guard to help with
recovery efforts following destructive flooding in northern
state office building to be named after Phillips
Scott Walker says the new state office building in Milwaukee
will be named after African-American civil rights leader Vel
Spring hunters killed nearly 39K turkeys
Hunters killed nearly 39,000 turkeys during Wisconsin's
spring seasons this year, the second-smallest harvest in the
last 10 years.
buys Wisconsin land for substation to power Foxconn
American Transmission Co. has purchased land to build a
proposed electrical substation for the $10 billion Foxconn
Technology Group complex in southeast Wisconsin.
killed in Waukesha County was pediatrician
TOWN OF DELAFIELD
Authorities have identified the bicyclist killed in
Waukesha County as a pediatrician, husband and father of
sailor killed at Pearl Harbor to be laid to rest
A Wisconsin sailor who died at Pearl Harbor will be laid to
rest more than 75 years after his death.
Ryan endorses former aide Steil to replace him
Speaker Paul Ryan has endorsed his former aide Bryan Steil
(STYLE) to replace him in Congress. Ryan
told WISN-AM on Monday that he is endorsing now because he
believes it's important for Republicans to unify in the
invites Dems to 'fresh coast' for 2020 convention
Milwaukee is touting itself as America's "fresh
coast" in a bid for the 2020 Democratic National
Legion officer resigns over military service claim
historian for the Wisconsin American Legion resigned after
the organization said he embellished his military service.
National Guard troops head to southern border
two dozen Wisconsin National Guard troops will travel to
Arizona to bolster border security, with more to follow in
the coming weeks, state military officials announced Monday.
manufacturer finds groundwater pollution at plant
manufacturer in northeastern Wisconsin has discovered new
evidence of groundwater pollution near Lake Michigan
involving a chemical that has raised national health
PUC opens hearings on Enbridge Line 3 replacement
ST. PAUL, Minn.
Passions ran high Monday as Minnesota regulators opened
a key hearing on a final decision on Enbridge Energy's
proposal to replace its deteriorating Line 3 crude oil
pipeline across northern Minnesota.
to end compost program after 7 years
Madison is ending its compost collection program because
residents were putting too many non-compostable items in
their carts and the city can't afford its own biodigester.
Milwaukee man arrested for firing pistol inside squad car
MILWAUKEE - A Milwaukee man is accused of firing a gun while he was seated in the back of a squad car.
closes on North American headquarters
Foxconn Technology Group has purchased a downtown Milwaukee
building to house its North American headquarters as it
prepares to build a mammoth manufacturing complex 30 miles
(50 kilometers) to the south.
linked to pre-cut melon sickens 60 in Midwest
Health officials say a salmonella outbreak linked to
pre-cut melon has sickened 60 people in five Midwestern
Tunnel, trench offer options for replacing pipeline
CITY A 65-year-old pipeline that carries crude oil beneath
a sensitive waterway connecting two of the Great Lakes could
be replaced with pipes buried in a tunnel or partially
enclosed in trenches that would pose virtually no risk of
leakage but require years and hundreds of millions of dollars
to build, according to a report released Friday.