company settles suit filed by Eagles member
Wisconsin-based outdoor apparel retailer Duluth Trading
Co. has settled a lawsuit from Eagles founding member Don
Henley alleging trademark infringement.
unemployment drops to 4.6 percent
Wisconsin's unemployment rate has dropped to 4.6
percent, its lowest point since before the recession.
says Legislature may take no action on accountability
The Senate Education Reform Committee's chairman agrees
with his Republican colleague in the state Assembly that the
Wisconsin Legislature may do nothing on school
accountability this session.
pension fund managers awarded six-figure bonuses
Forty-six of Wisconsin's pension fund managers and those
who work directly with the state's investments will receive
six-figure bonuses this year because of strong returns, data
released Thursday by the State of Wisconsin Investment Board
seeks bail modification in Slender Man stabbing
The attorney for a 12-year-old southeastern Wisconsin
girl accused of stabbing a classmate to please the horror
character Slender Man has asked that her bail be reduced and
she be allowed to move to a residential treatment center.
Officer-involved shooting inside drug store
Police say a plain clothes officer shot and wounded an
armed robbery suspect inside a Walgreens drug store in
Commission would remain independent under vote
The Legislature's budget committee has broken with Gov.
Scott Walker and decided that a commission that investigates
judges and court commissioners should remain independent.
4, injured after bullet enters Milwaukee home
Authorities are investigating after a 4-year-old girl
was struck by a bullet while playing on a couch inside a
death marks 7th homicide this week in Milwaukee
Milwaukee police say the city has recorded its seventh
homicide this week with the beating death of a 63-year-old
Ex-deputy with ALS was mentally ill during killings
A defense attorney has told jurors that ALS affected the
brain of a former Dane County sheriff's deputy on trial for
the killings of his wife and sister-in-law.
OKs penalties for false military service
The state Assembly has passed a bill that would make
lying about serving in the military a crime.
speaker: People should donate to public radio, TV
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos says people should donate to
Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio in
the face of cuts Gov. Scott Walker has proposed in his state
approve online driving courses
Wisconsin lawmakers have advanced a measure that would
allow students at private driving schools to learn the rules
of the road online rather than in the classroom.
police ID suspect in shooting after fatal accident
Milwaukee police say investigators have identified a
male suspect in the fatal shooting of two people at the
scene of a traffic accident that killed a toddler.
leaves jail after 2001 death trial postponed
A woman charged with killing a Beaver Dam man in 2001 is
out of jail on bond after her trial was postponed until
upholds $4.6m judgment against travel club business
A state appeals court has upheld a $4.6 million judgment
against a travel club operation for misleading its members.
man, 45, arrested in fatal shooting
Milwaukee police say a suspect is in custody in
connection with the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old man on
the city's far northwest side.
records 1st outbreak of dangerous bird flu strain
dangerous bird-flu strain that has already hit numerous
turkey farms in the Midwest has now been identified in a
Wisconsin chicken flock, marking the first case of the virus
in a commercial chicken farm in the U.S. and its first
appearance in Wisconsin, the U.S. Department of Agriculture