ports, harbors receive $8M for improvements
Wisconsin Harbor Assistance Program has awarded about $8
million in grants to improve transportation and access at
ports and harbors across the state.
ill after eating sprouts at Wisconsin Jimmy John's
health officials say five people have gotten sick after
eating sprouts at Jimmy John's restaurants in Wisconsin.
clears deputy in eighth-grader's death
northern Wisconsin sheriff's deputy was justified when he
shot and killed a 14-year-old boy on a tribal reservation
last year, a prosecutor said Friday.
shoots suspect, shots strike fellow officer
Police say an officer shot and wounded an armed suspect and
inadvertently struck another officer at the scene with
faculty, staff to get 4 percent pay increase
University of Wisconsin-Madison has announced plans to give
faculty and staff a 4 percent pay increase over the next
food worker to stand trial for stadium chase
GREEN BAY A
fired Lambeau Field food service employee will stand trial
on accusations he chased down a former co-worker and another
man with his car and rammed their vehicle and others.
regulators approve permits for Kohler golf course
regulators have approved the first of several permits for a
Kohler Co. golf course opposed by those concerned about its
environmental impact in Sheboygan County.
misses cut for Amazon's second headquarters
Milwaukee is not among the 20 finalists for Amazon's second
fracking sand producers see competition from Texas
energy producers are still willing to pay more for
Wisconsin's high-quality fracking sand despite increasing
competition from Texas producers.
Body of missing Wisconsin man found in storage unit
Authorities say the body of a missing Sun Prairie man has
been found in a storage locker, and a suspect is under
Wisconsin woman's body found frozen next to her car
TOWN OF HARMONY
Authorities in southern Wisconsin say a woman's body was
found frozen next to her car outside her rural home.
Ryan boasts $10 million on hand for 2018 campaign
Republican House Speaker Paul Ryan has nearly $10 million on
hand for his re-election bid.
ends contracts with company after racist displays
Milwaukee officials are terminating two contracts with a
construction company whose employees were photographed
displaying a Ku Klux Klan sticker and openly brandishing
firearms in a majority black neighborhood.
candidate Flynn would pardon pot offenders
Democratic candidate for governor Matt Flynn says if elected
he would pardon everyone who has low-level marijuana
unveils $20M technology job training initiative
Wisconsin will spend $20 million on a job training program
with colleges and universities designed to prepare people
for electronics manufacturing jobs.
government watchdog groups defend embattled leaders
ACLU of Wisconsin and good government groups are defending
embattled administrators of the state agencies that run
elections and oversee ethics and lobbying laws.
disease discovered in Milwaukee County
MILWAUKEE The first case of chronic wasting disease has
been found in Milwaukee County.
Schachtner beats Jarchow to take Senate seat
Schachtner defeated Republican state Rep. Adam Jarchow for
an open Wisconsin Senate seat Tuesday in an upset victory
for Democrats, signaling voter anger toward President Donald
Trump that could cost the GOP more legislative seats in the
says Foxconn cost to taxpayers could near $4.5 billion
MADISON A new
analysis from the Legislature's nonpartisan Fiscal Bureau
says the cost to taxpayers for a Foxconn Technology Group
manufacturing complex in southeast Wisconsin could near $4.5
warns retailers against synthetic marijuana sales
Wisconsin attorney general's office has warned Madison-area
retailers about the consequences of selling synthetic
launches ads to raise elder abuse awareness
Attorney General Brad Schimel has launched a new radio ad
campaign to raise awareness of elder abuse.