of Milwaukee police officer investigated
Milwaukee County Medical Examiner's Office is investigating
the death of a Milwaukee police officer who was
intentionally struck by a motorist in 2017.
deal reached for Wisconsin fugitive who hid in bunker
Attorneys have reached a plea deal for a former Wisconsin
fugitive who hid out in a makeshift bunker for more than
pleads guilty in Wis. crash that killed 3 relatives
Illinois man has pleaded guilty in a crash that killed three
members of a Wisconsin family, including a doctor, a nurse
and a dentist.
woman pleads not guilty in death of emaciated son
Milwaukee mother has pleaded not guilty to child neglect
charges following the death of her 42-pound (19.05-kilogram)
wants to rename Peshtigo River State Forest
state Department of Natural Resources wants to rename a
state forest after a former Democratic governor.
National Guard unit deploying to Middle East
Wisconsin National Guard unit based in Spooner will deploy
to the Middle East this fall.
Ex-Wisconsin nurse to plead guilty to hurting babies
defense attorney says a former Wisconsin nurse is prepared
to plead guilty to hurting infants in a Madison hospital's
intensive care unit.
driver injures man driving Amish buggy
DARLINGTON Lafayette County sheriff's deputies are
looking for a hit-and-run driver who crashed into an Amish
buggy, injured a man and killed his horse.
Officer cleared in fatal Menasha shooting
Winnebago County District Attorney's office says an
officer's use of deadly force in Menasha was justified.
creates task force to study retirement savings
Tony Evers has created a task force to study issues facing
the growing number of retired people in Wisconsin,
particularly the amount of money they have saved.
waived in case tied to brother's disappearance
A man charged with tampering with a vehicle used by two
Wisconsin brothers who are missing and presumed dead in
Missouri has waived his right to a hearing to determine
whether there is enough evidence for a trial.
janitor sentenced for school shooting
former janitor of a Milwaukee school whose gun discharged
and grazed a student has been sentenced to the four days
he's already spent in jail.
high school football players punished for hazing
NEW BERLIN A
Wisconsin school district says it is disciplining students
from a high school football team for hazing younger players.
media company teams with Farm Aid on telethon
media company that owns television stations in Wisconsin is
partnering with a longtime farm charity on a live 18-hour
telethon to raise money for struggling farmers.
killed by deputy after standoff at Loyal residence
officials are investigating an officer-involved shooting in
Loyal that resulted in the death of a person who fired on
law enforcement and injured an officer.
Wisconsin priest acquitted of sexual assault
Wisconsin jury on Friday acquitted a retired Catholic priest
on charges alleging that he had sexually assaulted an altar
boy over several years, starting in 2006.
closes roads, causes evacuations in Green Bay
Heavy rain closed roads in parts of northeastern Wisconsin
and forced evacuations in Green Bay. And forecasters say
more downpours and damaging winds are expected through
court reduces award in legal battle over bedbugs
Wisconsin appeals court has reduced compensation for a
Minnesota man who got into a legal battle over bedbugs.
pleads guilty in death of infant son
Tomah man has pleaded guilty to neglecting his infant son
which caused the baby's death.
says priest assaulted him dozens of times
man has testified he was sexually assaulted dozens of times
by a Fort Atkinson priest when he was a young boy.
administration grows while faculty numbers decline
University of Wisconsin System's administration is growing
while faculty numbers are declining.
introduces bills to pump more money into CWD fight
Democratic legislator wants to spend millions of dollars to
fight chronic wasting disease.
reports 1st case of human West Nile this year
Wisconsin health officials say the state has recorded its
first human case of West Nile virus this year.
charged with neglect after 42-pound teen son dies
Milwaukee mother is facing child neglect charges following
the death of her 42-pound (19.05-kilogram) teenage son.
officer shoots, wounds man near suspect
Milwaukee police say an officer shot and wounded a man who
was near a suspect police were trying to arrest.
man convicted of killing shooting witness
Milwaukee man has been convicted of killing woman who
witnessed a shooting and helped the victim.
sentenced in torture of Wisconsin girl
Parents from Cudahy have been sentenced for the extended
abuse and neglect of their 15-year-old daughter at the hands
of the couple's other children.
looks to conduct surveys to move pipeline
Enbridge Energy is seeking permission to conduct land
surveys in northern Wisconsin as it considers re-routing a
pipeline out of an American Indian reservation.
UW-Whitewater chancellor approved for paid leave
MADISON Officials say the
former UW-Whitewater chancellor who resigned from her
position and was set to return to teaching has been
approved for paid leave, although the circumstances are
bus strikes 10-year-old girl in Milwaukee
Milwaukee police say a 10-year-old girl crossing the street
was struck and injured by a school bus.
on the run at Fond du Lac High School
FOND DU LAC
Students and staff at Fond du Lac High School are a bit on
edge as the search continues for a missing python.
biologist from Wisconsin among victims of boat fire
Family members say a marine biologist from Wisconsin is
among those presumed dead in a fire that swept through a
scuba diving boat off the southern California coast.