leads officers to home where body was found
CLAIRE — A chase led officers to a home in Eau Claire
where a woman's body was found.
girl meets donor who saved her life
— A northeastern Wisconsin girl, who would have died
without a bone marrow transplant, has finally met the man
whose donation saved her life.
group pulls candidate's support
— A Baraboo attorney running for the state Assembly says a
conservative group pulled its support because of another
endorsement from a gay rights group.
killed in Afghanistan native of Wisconsin
RAPIDS — An Army paratrooper who was born in central
Wisconsin has died while serving in Afghanistan.
Wisconsin governor commits to 2 debates
— Gov. Scott Walker and opponent Mary Burke have agreed to
appear in two debates this fall sponsored by the Wisconsin
Broadcasters Association Foundation Board.
refile discrimination lawsuit against city
— Five taverns in Racine have refiled a discrimination
lawsuit against the city which claims officials conspired to
drive minority bar owners out of the city.
County sand moratorium to expire
— Trempealeau County's year-long moratorium on silica sand
mining is set to expire at the end of this month.
pays fine for climbing into giraffe pen
— A California woman who got kicked in the face after
trying to climb into the giraffe exhibit at a Madison zoo
has paid a fine and apologized.
day care investigated, keeps license
— A Madison day care center says it will keep its license
after the state investigated accusations of sexual abuse.
man gets 25 years for child pornography
— A judge has sentenced a Darlington man to 25 years in
federal prison for making sexually explicit videos of girls.
confirms Grothman lead in 6th District
— Sheboygan County's results are finally in, and they give
Glenn Grothman a 219-vote lead over Joe Liebham in the hotly
contested GOP primary for Wisconsin's lone open
companies settle with Wisconsin scam lawsuit
— Two out-of-state companies have agreed to pay $50,000 to
consumers and Wisconsin after the state sued them for
scamming people out of hundreds of thousands of dollars and
down in Wisconsin cities, counties
— Unemployment fell in most Wisconsin cities and counties
agency to hold open government seminars
— The Wisconsin Department of Justice will hold its annual
open government seminars again this fall.
judge rules Amish to comply with permits
CLAIRE — A Wisconsin judge has ruled that local Old Order
Amish families must obtain building and sanitary permits in
accordance with an Eau Claire County requirement.
zoo visitors stuck when ride stops
— About a dozen visitors to the Milwaukee County Zoo were
stuck in the air for about a half hour when a ride
found may be woman missing for 3 months
— Relatives and neighbors say a woman whose body was found
wrapped in a blanket in a suburban Milwaukee apartment had
not been seen or heard from in three months.
wants federal lawsuit dismissed
— The man imprisoned for killing a 25-year-old
photographer on his family property near Mishicot in 2005
wants his federal civil rights lawsuit dismissed.
plan to cross Lake Michigan on paddle boards
Mich. — A group of five friends who all have a passion for
watersports and the preservation of the Great Lakes plan to
paddle across Lake Michigan to raise money for the Alliance
for the Great Lakes.
Body of woman found in Wisconsin apartment
— Authorities are investigating the death of a woman whose
body was found hidden in a Milwaukee-area apartment.