boy struck by gunfire, critically wounded
6-year-old boy has been critically injured by gunfire in
kidnapping of a toddler in Lake Delton thwarted
An attempted kidnapping of a toddler in Lake Delton was
thwarted when the child's parents awoke to a noise in the
justices say county can order town to rename roads
Wisconsin Supreme Court says county officials can order a
town to rename more than a quarter of its roads.
Sciences to return $61,000 in tax credits
Madison-based medical diagnostics firm Exact Sciences
Corporation is the unnamed company highlighted in an audit
that revealed it received about $61,000 in tax credits for
jobs created outside of Wisconsin, an open records request
by The Associated Press revealed.
Court: Woman's eviction record should be removed
Wisconsin woman whose eviction proceeding was dismissed
should be granted her request to remove her record from an
online public access system, the state's Appeals Court said
officer, firefighter injured in Wisconsin shooting
police officer and a firefighter have been injured in a
shooting in Appleton, Wisconsin, and several others have
been taken to a hospital.
victim Jayme Closs honored by Wisconsin Assembly
13-year-old teenager who was held prisoner in a Wisconsin
cabin for three months before escaping her abductor is being
honored by state lawmakers as a "hometown hero."
coming to Eau Claire to tout trade agreement
President Mike Pence is coming to Eau Claire on Thursday to
promote the U.S.-Mexico trade agreement.
people dying in Wisconsin, but elderly living longer
people are dying in Wisconsin, but the state's growing
elderly population is living longer.
juveniles arrested for alleged school threat in Poynette
Police in Poynette have arrested three juveniles for an
alleged social media threat against the local school
Bucks investigating report of tainted drinks
at plaza party
MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Bucks say they are investigating a report by people who believe their drinks were spiked during a party outside the NBA team's arena.
Man who lost cat in 131-car pileup to adopt kittens
NEENAH - Kevin Graves of San Diego hopes his second visit to Wisconsin will go much, much better than his first.
As Wisconsin's hemp industry blooms, will marijuana be next?
MADISON - When Abbie Testaberg married her husband, Jody, in 2010, she told him to quit his job. He had been working for a medical marijuana cooperative in California when the couple met in Wisconsin.
Milwaukee's Muslim community observes Ramadan
MILWAUKEE - A delicious aroma hung in the air as chicken sizzled on a grill outside the Milwaukee Islamic Dawah Center on a recent Monday night.
Milwaukee free medical clinic closes after 2 decades
MILWAUKEE - A Milwaukee clinic that has provided free medical care to low-income and uninsured patients for 24 years has closed.
Audit finds ongoing problems with Wisconsin economic agency
MADISON - Wisconsin's economic development agency that negotiated the state's deal with Foxconn Technology Group continues to have a host of problems with how it tracks job creation and awards given to companies, an audit released Friday found.
State officials wipe out deer on Portage County farm
MADISON - Wisconsin agriculture officials say they've killed all the deer on a Portage County deer farm after a buck from the facility tested positive for chronic wasting disease.
Wisconsin sheriff says stray voltage may have killed cows
ALMENA, Wis. - Authorities in western Wisconsin are investigating whether stray electrical voltage contributed to the deaths of about two dozen cows on a farm near Almena.
Mourners gather to honor 4 killed in Illinois factory blast
- More than 100 people gathered Friday along a chain-link fence outside a badly damaged Illinois silicone factory to remember four men who died in an explosion at the facility.
Risky politics? Trump wields his tariffs as a weapon at home
- His trade war already raging worldwide, President Donald Trump on Friday brandished his aggressive actions as a political weapon at home, too, casting himself as a fighter for American workers and scorning his chief Democratic rivals as weak.
reaches settlement with electric scooter company
MILWAUKEE Milwaukee has reached an agreement with Bird Rides Inc.
over the electric scooters the company released on the
city's streets last summer.
in car dies in Wisconsin crash involving school bus
Authorities in east-central Wisconsin say a 10-year-old
child riding in a car has died in a collision with a school
Milwaukee alderman faces federal wire fraud charge
MILWAUKEE A former Milwaukee alderman has been charged
with wire fraud in a case linked to strip clubs, alleged
bribery and public corruption.
claims meth-filled backpack at police station, arrested
SHAWANO A man
was arrested after authorities say he came to the police
department to claim a methamphetamine-filled backpack he had
left at a northeastern Wisconsin library.
'Obamacare'? Maybe not all, says Trump
Scrap "Obamacare"? Well, maybe not all of
to honor 4 men killed in Illinois plant explosion
Ill. A memorial is planned to honor four men
from Illinois and Wisconsin who died in a silicone plant
Specialty Silicones factory general manager Mac Penman
says the service will be Friday morning at the site
north of Chicago.
Assembly plans vote on victims amendment
state Assembly plans to vote next week on a constitutional
amendment bolstering crime victim rights next week.
of slain Milwaukee officer reveals she's pregnant
wife of a Milwaukee police officer who was shot to death
while serving a search warrant has revealed she's pregnant.
Wisconsin Republicans reject
Wisconsin Republicans have voted to reject Democratic
Gov. Tony Evers' proposals to accept federal Medicaid
expansion, legalize medical marijuana and increase the
state minimum wage.
to pay $2M to family of man who died in squad car
city of Milwaukee will pay $2 million to the family of a man
who died in the back of a police squad car in 2011.
police looking for homicide suspect kill armed man
Milwaukee police searching for a homicide suspect fatally
shot an armed individual, but the man they sought remains at
Wisconsin men identified as victims of Illinois explosion
Officials identified two more victims of a deadly
northern Illinois explosion as crews continued searching for
a fourth worker whose body hasn't been recovered.
Medicaid expansion would lower insurance costs
MADISON A new
report by an independent actuarial firm says expanding
Medicaid in Wisconsin would lower premiums on the individual
health insurance market between 7% and 11%.