fired over Trump wants $250,000 settlement
LA CROSSE A
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse police dispatcher who says
she was fired for supporting President Donald Trump's travel
ban wants a six-figure settlement.
questions state review of Ho-Chunk expansion
American Indian tribe is questioning why Gov. Scott Walker's
administration isn't applying the same criteria to a
northern Wisconsin casino expansion as it has for previous
proposals. A state spokesman says they're not comparable
fleeing police ends up on Wisconsin airport runway
police chase in the Oshkosh area has ended with the suspect
driving his car onto an airport runway. The
Wisconsin State Patrol tells WBAY-TV a trooper going north
on Highway 41 on Tuesday noticed a couple of cars coming up
fast behind him.
mocks opponent in first ads of superintendent race
Superintendent Tony Evers mocks his opponent Lowell Holtz in
the first television ads of the race, referencing an alleged
deal Holtz discussed designed to net him a personal driver
and six-figure state job.
surgeon pleads guilty after New Zealand crash kills 2
Zealand A 63-year-old Wisconsin heart surgeon who was on
vacation in New Zealand with his wife pleaded guilty to
careless driving charges Tuesday after police say he caused
an accident while attempting a U-turn on a coastal highway,
killing two people and injuring four others.
Court seems divided in property rights dispute
divided Supreme Court struggled on Monday over a property
rights dispute that could make it tougher for state and
local governments to limit development in coastal areas.
hybrids, horses seized in northern Wisconsin
northern Wisconsin woman is expected to face charges after
30 wolf-dog hybrids and 14 horses were seized from the
recover man's body from Sheboygan River
Police have recovered a man's body from the Sheboygan River
in Sheboygan. The
Sheboygan County Dive Team helped recovered the body Sunday
Sen. Joe McCarthy re-enters national conversation
Wisconsin Sen. Joe McCarthy and his crusade against alleged
communists in the 1950s are back in the news nearly 60 years
after his death.
Crosse considers banning unlimited drink specials at bars
LA CROSSE The
La Crosse City Council is considering banning "all you
can drink" specials. The
proposed ordinance would prohibit selling an unlimited
amount of alcohol for a fixed price, selling three or more
drinks for the price of one and contests involving alcohol.
to hear property rights dispute over family's land
The Supreme Court could make it tougher for state and local
governments to limit development in coastal areas. Justices
hear arguments Monday in a property rights case that
involves a family's effort to sell part of its riverfront
land in Wisconsin.
son mulling attorney general run
Former Attorney General Peg Lautenschlager's son is mulling
a run for his mother's old job. Josh Kaul said during a phone
interview Friday that he's considering challenging current
Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel next year.
suspect dead after encounter with police
drug suspect is dead after an encounter with police and
federal agents in Milwaukee. Authorities
say officers from Milwaukee and West Allis and agents from
the Drug Enforcement Administration were conducting an
investigation Thursday evening, attempted to arrest a
suspect and saw that he was armed.
transportation secretary divides Senate panel
state Senate committee is divided about whether to support
Gov. Scott Walker's pick to head the state Department of
Senate panel votes for Wisconsin Veterans secretary
Wisconsin state Senate committee has voted to approve Gov.
Scott Walker's pick as head of the Wisconsin Department of
Democrats unveil likely doomed agenda
Democrats in the Wisconsin Legislature say they're focused
on reducing student loan debt and increasing funding for
child care, paid leave and schools. But with their lowest
numbers in decades, their agenda has little chance of
movement unless they can convince Republicans and Gov. Scott
Walker to go along.