Pipeline work could kill rare species
- Wisconsin wildlife officials say a pipeline construction
project could kill members of several threatened and
disagree about Wright school's future
- The Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture's quest for
a way to keep its accreditation status has school board
members at odds with the foundation operating it.
football game locked down after shooting
- Police say a high school football game in northern
Wisconsin was suspended for about two hours and players and
fans were sent to a gymnasium on lockdown due to shots fired
shot dead at Madison after-bar party
- A 25-year-old Madison man has died after he was shot at an
after-bar party behind a commercial property on the city's
boy drowns in hotel pool
- A 12-year-old boy is dead after apparently drowning in a
hotel pool in Milwaukee.
found dead after hit-and-run, shooting
- Police say a male driver has been found dead - apparently
shot after a hit-and-run in Milwaukee.
students urges to protect identity
— Wisconsin consumer protection officials are advising
college students to be especially vigilant about protecting
their private identity information.
man found guilty in sex-trafficking case
— A 45-year-old Milwaukee man has been found guilty of sex
trafficking, child abuse and related charges.
charged in Milwaukee double homicide
— A Milwaukee teenager is charged with first-degree
intentional homicide in the shooting deaths of two men
during a robbery.
man accused of killing father with hammer
— Prosecutors say a Beloit man used a hammer to kill his
father because his parents were moving and he would have no
place to live.
dumping offers invaders path to Great Lakes
CITY, Mich. — Inadequate regulation of the bait fish trade
and carelessness on the part of anglers may be allowing
invasive species — including widely feared Asian carp —
to reach the Great Lakes and inland waterways, according to
a scientific paper released Thursday.
virus hits Wisconsin waters, keeps spreading
— The koi herpes virus that's expected to kill thousands
of common carp has spread from Rock River to Lake Koshkonong,
and will likely hit Janesville and Beloit in the next few
weeks, a Wisconsin biologist said.
House OKs measure allowing wolf hunting
CITY, Mich. — The Michigan House cleared the way Wednesday
for an appointed panel to decide whether to allow continued
hunting of the resurgent gray wolf, instead of leaving the
matter up to the state's voters.
County ends recount without missing ballots
— Election officials in one Wisconsin county finalized the
results of a recount in a close primary for the state Senate
on Wednesday even though more than 100 ballots remained
of interest in death may be tied to Oshkosh
OF FOX LAKE — Police say the woman wanted for questioning
in the death of a Dodge County man met the victim online and
was picked up by him in Oshkosh.
reopen Wisconsin fun park restroom gun case
HARBOR — The Door County Sheriff's Department has reopened
a case involving a man who left a loaded gun at Egg Harbor
Fun Park after learning his wife had been involved in a
officials allow Apostle Islands fire to burn
— National Park Service rangers have discovered a fire on
one of the Apostle Islands in Lake Superior that they say
has been burning for weeks.
to delay formal request for iron ore mine
— Gogebic Taconite says its application to develop an iron
ore mine in northwestern Wisconsin will be pushed back until
at least the fall of next year.