family suing Wisconsin Dells resort over injury
DELLS A Wisconsin Dells resort is being sued by a
Michigan family that claims a teenage boy was injured on a
ride that the business knew was unsafe.
Daley to face off in live televised debate
Wisconsin Supreme Court candidates Ann Walsh Bradley and
James Daley are facing off for a live, televised debate just
over a week before the April 7 election.
ID teens in stolen car killed in Milwaukee crash
Milwaukee police have identified two teenage boys killed
when the driver of the stolen vehicle they were riding in
ran a stop sign and collided with another car.
man killed by hit-and-run driver in blue minivan
Authorities are seeking the public's help in identifying
the driver of a blue minivan involved in a fatal hit-and-run
crash in Milwaukee.
boys in stolen car killed in Milwaukee crash
Milwaukee police say two boys in a speeding stolen car
were killed when the driver ran a stop sign and collided
with another car.
charged with shooting at Milwaukee police officers
A 27-year-old Milwaukee man is charged with attempted
homicide after authorities say he shot at police
investigating an apparent drug deal.
officials to testify at Senate about prescription policy
A VA medical center in Tomah accused of rampantly
overprescribing painkillers was expected to be a focus of a
U.S. Senate hearing Thursday, with several Department of
Veterans Affairs officials scheduled to testify.
paid by barbers, boxing judges and nurses unchanged
Fees paid by everyone from nurses to boxing judges in
Wisconsin will not change over the next two years.
up in most Wisconsin cities, counties
Unemployment is up in most major Wisconsin cities and
counties between January and February.
appeals court says no dispute remains on voter ID
A federal appeals court says that since Wisconsin does
not plan to enforce a photo identification requirement for
the April 7 election, it does not need to consider extending
a judicial block to the law.
Milwaukee officer to appeal dismissal
A Milwaukee police officer who was fired for improper
procedure in the lead-up to a fatal shooting will go to
court to get his job back.
Wisconsin lawmakers discuss regulation of drones
Wisconsin lawmakers hinted Wednesday at the potential
for unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, to take off in the
state once they decide how to regulate them.
court sets April hearing on Obama immigration action
A court hearing has been set for April 17 on whether a
temporary hold on President Barack Obama's immigration
executive action should be lifted, a federal appeals court
firm to acquire Madison-based water park chain
A Wisconsin-based indoor water park chain is being sold
to a private investment firm in New York City.
Let off-duty, retirees carry guns in schools
A bill that would allow off-duty and retired police
officers from any state to carry concealed weapons in
Wisconsin schools could prevent mass shootings and save
lives if the officers' enemies try to seek revenge against
their children, police officials and representatives told a
legislative committee Tuesday.
state senator tells committee he's armed
A Wisconsin state senator says he brought a concealed
gun to a committee hearing.
say GPS anti-tracking bill would protect privacy
The authors of a bill that would outlaw using GPS to
track someone without their consent are telling a
legislative committee the proposal would protect people's