man pleads guilty to drug charges
A Milwaukee man whose girlfriend went missing in 2013
has pleaded guilty to drug charges related to the case.
fatal shooting ruled self-defense
Milwaukee police say a 42-year-old man fatally shot a
man who was trying to rob him.
Milwaukee man crushed under car
Milwaukee County authorities say a man has died after
his car slipped off a jack and fell on him.
arrested following burglaries, chase shooting
Four people were in jail Thursday in northeastern
Wisconsin following a police chase, shooting and some home
jury acquits man in fatal store stabbing
CROSSE A jury has acquitted a man who claimed
self-defense in a fatal stabbing at a Kwik Trip store in La
Crosse last year.
Salvation Army red kettles stolen in Hayward
Two Salvation Army red kettles have been stolen in
Hayward in recent weeks. The
Salvation Army says one of the kettles contained an
service restored after roughly 7-hour outage
Emergency 911 service has been restored to multiple
southern Wisconsin counties after an outage that lasted
roughly seven hours.
drops gay marriage lawsuit
Attorneys who filed a lawsuit seeking legal recognition
of hundreds of same-sex marriages performed in June in
Wisconsin have dropped their lawsuit after the state said
the marriages would be recognized.
of religious school group named UW-Madison lobbyist
The director of a group that advocates for religious and
private schools was named Thursday as the new lobbyist for
the University of Wisconsin-Madison at a salary 14 percent
higher than his predecessor's.
DNA links Milwaukee man to sexual assault
Authorities have charged a Milwaukee man whose DNA they
say links him to a rape on the city's north side.
sues state over contraception records
The Freedom From Religion Foundation is suing the state
to obtain records related to a decision not to enforce
Wisconsin's contraceptive coverage law.
looking at 6 to 7 agencies for changes
Gov. Scott Walker says he's looking at consolidating or
making "major changes" at six or seven state
Islands ice cave visitors will pay $5 fee
Visitors to the Apostle Islands ice caves will have to
pay a $5 fee this winter. The
National Park Service will charge the fee for visitors ages
16 and older, assuming the caves form again this winter. A
$10 season pass will also be available.
police identify woman found dead in car
Milwaukee police have identified a woman found dead with
gunshot wounds in a car on the city's northwest side.
man gets 7 years in attempted robbery
A man has been sentenced to seven years in prison for
his role in an attempted robbery of a Milwaukee-area store
that left one of his accomplices dead.
college gets $5.5M for concussion study
The Medical College of Wisconsin has received a
four-year federal grant totaling $5.5 million to study
Milwaukee girl, 10, sexually assaulted
Milwaukee police are searching for a man who they say
sexually assaulted a 10-year-old girl.
adopts transgender athletic policy
The Baraboo School Board has amended its athletic and
co-curricular activities policy to prohibit discrimination
against transgender students.
ranked as 12th highest taxed
A new analysis finds that Wisconsin is the 12th highest
taxed state in the country and third highest in the upper