historical site offers Railroad Days
A southwestern Wisconsin historical site will offer a
special railroad-themed weekend in August.
Festival of Arts starts Friday
Work from more than 175 artists will be displayed and
sold this weekend on Milwaukee's lakefront.
of Green Bay clears retired priest
BAY The Catholic Diocese of Green Bay says its
investigation has cleared a retired priest of sexual abuse
shot at Wis. Sikh temple gets new job
CREEK The Oak Creek police officer struck with 12
bullets while responding to the fatal shooting rampage at a
Sikh temple last year is starting a new job with the company
that made his bulletproof vest.
Bay officially unveils Donald Driver Way
BAY Another street in Green Bay is now renamed after a
Packers player or coach. City
officials unveiled the sign Saturday changing Pearl Street
to Donald Driver Way, for the recently retired wide receiver
who spent 14 seasons with the Packers.
Group must get new planes to guide cranes
A conservation organization that uses ultralight planes
to lead endangered whooping cranes from Wisconsin to Florida
for the winter has to replace its aircraft by next spring to
comply with Federal Aviation Administration regulations.
explains school spending increase
A new memo from the nonpartisan Legislative Fiscal
Bureau explains that the $150 per-student spending increase
that's part of the state budget would amount to a $100 bump
in the first year.
show no reviews for disgraced police chief
A former Wisconsin police chief accused of watching
pornography with his officers didn't receive a performance
review for more than 20 of his 33 years with the department,
mother accused of trying to kill 4 children
A central Wisconsin woman is accused of trying to kill
four of her children by carbon monoxide asphyxiation.
NR Board to set 2013-14 wolf hunt limits
The state Department of Natural Resources' board is
poised to adopt kill limits for Wisconsin's second wolf hunt
later this month. The
board is scheduled to take up the limits at a meeting in
Wausau on June 26. The board will take public testimony
during the meeting.
who lost 3 children in fire accused of theft
A woman burned in a house fire that killed three of her
children has been charged with stealing from residents at a
rehabilitation center where she is recovering.