unite on bridge where fatal shooting took place
Hundreds of people united on a pedestrian bridge in
Menasha in a show of unity for a community recovering from a
random fatal shooting.
found dead in fiery scene in northwestern Wisconsin
Two people were found dead inside a fiery home in
northwestern Wisconsin and a third person was dead outside
the house after authorities were called there on a report of
dies, 1-year-old injured in Milwaukee crash
Police in Milwaukee are looking for a driver who sped
through a stop sign and caused a crash that left a
26-year-old father dead and his 1-year-old son with serious
and curiosity link Wisconsin with the Netherlands
Jo Winkens puts flowers and small flags at the foot of a
tombstone to honor a man whose name he only knows from the
markings, a man born more than 4,000 miles away from his
street fight ends with gun fire; 3 hospitalized
Three Milwaukee residents have been hospitalized after a
large street fight ended with gunfire.
men in hot water for allegedly driving excavator into lake
CREEK Three Wisconsin men are facing charges for
allegedly stealing a $500,000 excavator and sending it into
Lake Michigan in December.
fines Wisconsin bar $7,000 for death in dumbwaiter
CITY The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health
Administration has fined a Wisconsin bar $7,000 for the
death of an employee who died when her head got caught in a
fighting among Wisconsin Supreme Court members
Wisconsin Supreme Court members continue to disagree
over how to run court.
Energy files 2016 rate increase request
Xcel Energy has asked Wisconsin regulators for
permission to raise electric and natural gas rates next
Court: Green Bay improperly revoked tribe's permit
The state Supreme Court says the city of Green Bay
improperly revoked an Oneida Nation subsidiary's permit for
an alternative energy plant.
funding, stewardship program, Bucks arena on agenda
How much to cut the University of Wisconsin System
budget, how to pay for roads and approving a financing deal
for a new Milwaukee Bucks stadium are all on the agenda for
the final planned meeting of the Legislature's Joint Finance
shipments came from military site in Utah desert
LAKE CITY The U.S. Army's mistaken shipment of
live anthrax samples to government and commercial
laboratories occurred at a military post in a desolate
stretch of the Utah desert that has been testing chemical
weapons since it opened in 1942.
Wisconsin cheddar makes debut at $209 a pound
POINT A Wisconsin cheesemaker is debuting a 20-year-old
cheddar this week that's short in supply and big on price.
says she punched TV actor's girlfriend before stabbing
WASHINGTON A woman testified Thursday that she punched
TV actor Dustin Diamond's girlfriend in the face during a
bar fight in Wisconsin, just moments before someone yelled
that Diamond had a knife.
zoo euthanized wolf after it bit child
An Oshkosh zoo followed protocol when it euthanized a
male wolf after the animal bit a child late last week,
according to a city official.
Marine expanding at Fond du Lac headquarters
DU LAC Mercury Marine plans to add a 45,000-square-foot
expansion at its Fond du Lac headquarters, solidifying its
presence just a few years after considering a move.
man agrees to plea deal for Packers ticket scam
RAPIDS A Marshfield man has been found guilty for
allegedly stealing more than $50,000 in a Green Bay Packers
contestants eliminated from national spelling bee
The Wisconsin contestants in the Scripps National
Spelling Bee have been eliminated.
man, 21, identified in Wisconsin River drowning
DELLS Police have identified a Chicago man whose body
was found in the Wisconsin River near Wisconsin Dells after
he had gone missing.
panel authorizes borrowing for building projects
The Legislature's finance committee has authorized
borrowing tens of millions of dollars for building projects
around the state.