Bones are not those of missing Wisconsin boy
The FBI has determined that bone fragments dug up from a
yard 27 years ago are not those of a 5-year-old
Wisconsin boy who vanished in 1983.
won't use state money to cover foundation's debts
University of Wisconsin Board of Regents member says
taxpayer money will not be tapped to cover debts of the
financial troubled UW-Oshkosh Foundation. Regent
Michael M. Grebe said in a statement Tuesday that it
would be inappropriate to use taxpayer dollars to cover
debts caused by the foundation's inappropriate real
Nicole Schneider won't run for Senate
Deep-pocketed political neophyte Nicole Schneider has
ruled out a run for U.S. Senate in Wisconsin as a
Republican with direct knowledge of Schneider's decision
but who was not authorized to speak publicly about it
confirmed that Schneider will not run.
Ryan opponent finishes transition to becoming a woman
House Speaker Paul Ryan's congressional opponent last
year has switched genders. Ryan
easily defeated Democrat Ryan Solen of Mount Pleasant in
period ends soon on plan to anchor underwater pipes
Mich. Time is running out for the public to comment
on a proposal to install more screw anchor supports on
twin oil pipelines beneath the Straits of Mackinac in
the Great Lakes.
denies group's request for swag costs
Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel's Department of
Justice has denied a liberal group's request for records
detailing promotional purchases during his tenure.
works to improve Mississippi River beaches
A work crew is spending a week on a Mississippi River
island to eradicate invasive plants and poison ivy as
part of a state and federal effort to clean up beaches
along the waterway.
Ex-Wisconsin teacher sentenced for sexual assault of student
CHIPPEWA FALLS - A former Chippewa Falls science teacher has been sentenced to six years in prison for the sexual assault of a student.
Madison police say 52-year-old man was stabbed to death
MADISON - Madison police say a 52-year-old man is dead after a stabbing in an apartment.
Researchers studying invasive fruit fly threatening crops
MADISON - Wisconsin researchers are trying to learn more about an invasive fruit fly that has been threatening berry crops in the state since 2010.
All fuel transferred from Kewaunee nuclear plant
KEWAUNEE - Dominion Energy says it's reached a milestone in decommissioning the Kewaunee nuclear power
Officials: Live Asian carp discovered near Lake Michigan
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - A live Asian carp has been discovered in a Chicago waterway about nine miles from Lake Michigan
- well beyond an electric barrier network designed to prevent the invasive fish that have infested the Mississippi River system from reaching the Great Lakes, officials said Friday.
complain that 2x4s, other boards don't measure up
The 2x4 and 4x4 boards used in the framework of most
homes and wood fences just don't measure up to the
dimensions in their names.
Court sides with fired golf pros
The Wisconsin Supreme Court will allow four golf pros to
sue the city of Madison over their terminations. The
decision released Thursday reverses a state appeals
driver arrested after 2 police chases
PLEASANT Police say they've arrested a 13-year-old
driver who led officers on two chases in Racine County.
Officers say they began the
first pursuit about 11:30 p.m. Wednesday in Mount
Pleasant when the vehicle was spotted with its
threat charges filed in courthouse encounter
Charges have been filed against a man accused of making
terrorist threats at the federal courthouse in