police identify boy dead in underage driver crash
Authorities have identified a 14-year-old boy who died in a
crash involving a vehicle driven by a 15-year-old boy in
AD: 'Never acceptable' to throw items from stands
Wisconsin athletic director Barry Alvarez says it is never
acceptable to throw items from the stands at Camp Randall
officer dies in crash with Wisconsin DNR vehicle
TOWN OF ALBION
A police officer has died in a crash with a Wisconsin
Department of Natural Resources vehicle in a rural area of
building opens at Milwaukee Art Museum
Milwaukee Art Museum, known for its winged-like sunscreen
that opens and closes over Lake Michigan, is expanding.
DNR spent $5.2 million on property maintenance
MADISON A new
report says the state Department of Natural Resources paid
contractors about $5.2 million to maintain agency properties
over the fiscal year that ended June 30.
of 4 fatally shot outside his home
Police are investigating a shooting that took the life of a
father of four outside his home on Milwaukee's northwest
pleads not guilty in Kenosha County slaying
Kenosha County homicide suspect who eluded capture for
nearly two weeks has pleaded not guilty to the 32 charges he
faces in connection with the case.
from Badger fans lead to ejections, injuries
University of Wisconsin-Madison police report more than 100
fans were ejected from Saturday's Big Ten football game
against Northwestern at Camp Randall Stadium.
donates $5 million to UW computer department
Milwaukee businessman and his wife have donated $5 million
to the University of Wisconsin-Madison's computer sciences
Assembly committee backs hunting harassment bill
University of Wisconsin-Madison alumni group has sent an
email to parents of current students telling them how to
lobby on a bill that would allow concealed weapons in campus
hit by school bus in Manitowoc in coma
Authorities say a student hit by a school bus in Manitowoc
is in a medically induced coma.
Insurance fund finished FY 2015 $6 million in red
MADISON The state fund
that insures local governments' property finished the last
fiscal year nearly $6 million in the red, according to a
report released Friday.
arrested during Milwaukee tree lighting referred to DA
Police say six demonstrators arrested during a downtown
Milwaukee tree lighting ceremony have been referred to
during Milwaukee tree lighting ceremony
least five demonstrators were arrested at a downtown
Milwaukee tree lighting ceremony when they tried to disrupt
man charged in fatal hit-and-run
Milwaukee man has been charged in another man's hit-and-run
death on the city's south side.
Lakes levels expected to stay mostly above average
Mich. Water levels in the Great Lakes should remain
mostly above average over the next six months as a powerful
El Nino gives the region a break after two bitterly cold
winters, but it's unclear whether there will be longer-term
effects, federal scientists said Thursday.
regulators scale back WPS rate request
Electric and natural gas customers in northeastern Wisconsin
will see their rates drop slightly after state regulators
scaled back Wisconsin Public Service's request to raise
introduce medical rights bill
Democratic lawmakers are drafting a sweeping bill they say
would boost access to reproductive care, including