approves bills to fight homelessness in Wisconsin
Proposals designed to fight homelessness in Wisconsin
have won approval by the Legislature's budget committee.
would allow homemade baked goods sales in Wisconsin
The sale of homemade baked goods in Wisconsin would be
allowed under a bill being circulated in the state
dairy farms face closure due to Canadian policies
cheese factory in central Wisconsin is offering a
lifeline to some dairy farms threatened by Canada's milk
pricing policies that may force other farms to close.
encourages Perdue to visit Wisconsin dairy farmers
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin has voted for
President Donald Trump's pick for agriculture secretary
and encouraged him to help resolve an international
dairy dispute hurting Wisconsin farmers.
company workers accused of stealing company's booze
Three employees of a New Berlin beverage company are
accused of stealing more than $40,000 worth of alcohol
from the workplace.
Wienermobile donated to Wisconsin museum
The vintage Weinermobile, made popular by Oscar Mayer in
the 1970s and reborn in the bologna-maker's recent
marketing campaigns, has been donated to the Wisconsin
of device that looked like military mortar causes scare
Authorities say a device found in the debris of a garage
fire in Ashland that looked like a military mortar round
turned out to be a harmless training round.
man accused of performing crude abortion on girl
Wisconsin man is accused of impregnating an underage
girl and performing a crude abortion in her. The
criminal complaint alleges 33-year-old Matthew J.
Christianson, of Crandon, sexually assaulted five
different children in Forest County of northeastern
Wisconsin since 2010, and brutally beat a sixth.
pension fund managers get $14 million in bonuses
Wisconsin pension fund managers and those who work
directly with the state's investments will receive
bonuses totaling nearly $14 million this year, the
highest total ever, as a reward for strong returns, the
State of Wisconsin Investment Board announced Friday.
man convicted of killing girlfriend and her child
A jury found a Milwaukee man guilty Friday in the
stabbing deaths of his girlfriend and her 4-year-old
daughter after the prosecutor ripped into his claim that
an intruder killed them and returned to set the victims'
home on fire.
set for Wisconsin man charged in student's death
Authorities say a man was driving drunk and had a packet
of methamphetamine in his pocket when he struck and
killed a University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate
student from China.
accuses fellow Republican of 'bloviating'
The co-chair of the Legislature's budget committee is
accusing a fellow Republican of "bloviating"
and issuing "meaningless press releases."
Wisconsin woman allowed adult dogs to eat puppies
Authorities say a Wisconsin woman allowed adult dogs to
eat puppies and a horse carcass, and that her home had
up to 2 feet of dog droppings on the floor.
lawmaker: Canada doesn't grasp urgency of milk crisis
state lawmaker says Canadian officials don't appear to
have a sense of urgency about helping dozens of
Wisconsin dairy farmers who face going out of business
after a change in Canada's domestic pricing policy
evaporated demand for U.S. milk.
Duckworth to headline Wisconsin Democratic convention
U.S. Sen. Tammy Duckworth, of Illinois, will be the
keynote speaker at the Wisconsin Democratic Party
convention in June.
Corp. secures $258M Army order for trucks, trailers
Oshkosh Corp. has secured $258 million in orders to
rebuild trucks and manufacture trailers for the Army.