exec to speak at UW ceremony
A Coca-Cola executive who graduated from the University
of Wisconsin-Madison almost 30 years ago will return to his
alma mater to deliver the speech at this winter's graduation
report: Homelessness down slightly in WI
A federal report says the number of homeless people has
declined slightly in Wisconsin.
Rapids man gets life in 2008 homicide
RAPIDS A 55-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man was sentenced
to life in prison with no possibility of parole Thursday
shortly after a jury convicted him of killing his daughter's
ex-boyfriend six years ago.
to dispatch attorneys, agents to polls
Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen plans to dispatch state
Justice Department attorneys and agents to polling sites
across the state on Election Day to ensure compliance with
state election laws.
Society says dirty dogs weren't in dumpster
DAM The Dodge County Humane Society says two neglected
dogs brought to the shelter weren't abandoned in a dumpster
as the man who delivered them had claimed.
records show agent was fired over ICAC delays
Newly released records show a state Justice Department
agent that left her job over delays in assigning Internet
child pornography cases was fired.
Applications for drone are endless
FALLS The Chippewa County Sheriff's Department has a new
piece of equipment that it says can keep deputies out of
reminds hunters to review county boundaries
Wisconsin wildlife officials are reminding deer hunters
to learn the boundaries of new management units by reviewing
hawk ready for release after recovery
A red-tailed hawk has been rehabilitated and is ready to
be released in the Chippewa Valley after it survived a
140-mile journey stuck in the grill of a vehicle.
explosion slightly affects Madison company
A Wisconsin company that makes products for use in space
is only slightly affected by the launch explosion of a space
station supply rocket.
strikes, kills pedestrian in Wauwatosa
Wauwatosa police say a train has struck and killed a
were called to a railroad crossing just before 3 p.m.
Wednesday on a report of a pedestrian struck by an eastbound
legislators ask for child welfare audit
Twelve Democratic state legislators are asking for an
audit of the Bureau of Milwaukee Child Welfare because of a
large backlog of unresolved child abuse and neglect cases.
chain sues Clorox for price discrimination
The Woodman's grocery store chain is suing Clorox Corp.,
alleging price discrimination.
water plant to temporarily suspend ozone
Officials say the Milwaukee Water Works will turn off
ozone treatments at one of its plants for up to 12 weeks
mayor urges Democrats to vote early
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is urging Democrats to get
to the polls and vote early.
Man arrested for assaults near UW-Oshkosh
Oshkosh police have arrested one of two men who they say
committed robberies and assaults near the University of
man sues over armored vehicle response
A Marathon County man is suing the Town of Stettin for
$4.5 million after two dozen deputies and an armored vehicle
were sent to his home earlier this month.
would stop transportation fund moves
A measure on the Nov. 4 ballot would amend the Wisconsin
Constitution to prevent transfers from the state's
officials set up Ebola transfer plan
Wisconsin health officials have set up a plan for moving
Ebola patients in the state to one of four hospitals.