Baldwin to discuss politics at Marquette
Democratic U.S. Sen. Tammy Baldwin is scheduled to talk
politics during an hour-long forum at Marquette University
GAP to certify spring election results
Wisconsin election officials are set to certify results
from the 2014 spring election.
Milwaukee museums offer free, reduced admission
Five Milwaukee museums are offering free or reduced
admission to help promote each other.
fire evacuates public market
Authorities say there is no public safety risk after the
Milwaukee Public Market downtown was evacuated after road
construction crews reported hearing an underground
candidate working on chicken suit plan
A legislator making a longshot bid for governor says
he's planning to have someone in a chicken suit follow
Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Mary Burke around.
seek different SUV in fatal crash
Investigators are now looking for a different sport
utility vehicle suspected in the crash that killed two
Janesville motorcyclists last weekend.
Erickson named Northern Michigan president
Northern Michigan University in Marquette named Fritz
Erickson as its 15th president Tuesday, selecting the
provost of Ferris State University from among four
court reduces $1 million damages award
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has reduced a $1 million
damage award against a title insurance company in a Door
County property dispute.
man sentenced to life for 2012 homicide
A Kenosha man convicted of strangling a woman in 2012
and leaving her body in a cemetery was sentenced to life in
prison, and a judge denied the possibility of parole after
the man continued to insist he was innocent.
cases on rise at UW-Madison
University health officials are warning students about a
rise in confirmed cases of mumps at the University of
American TV purchase approved
A Dane County judge has approved the sale of five
American TV & Appliance stores for a total of $21
million, including three to the Steinhafels furniture chain.
sets 1-walleye limit on 173 Wisconsin lakes
Wisconsin wildlife officials on Monday reduced the
number of lakes where non-tribal anglers can take only a
single walleye per day even though the state's six Chippewa
tribes have said they'll aim to spear a record number of the
clearing houses for parking
The Green Bay Packers will raze about a dozen houses
near Lambeau Field this spring.
man pleads not guilty to dogfighting
A Milwaukee man accused of being involved in dogfighting
has pleaded not guilty to six charges.
moves ahead with Menomonee Falls center
FALLS FedEx is moving ahead with plans to build a
distribution center in the Milwaukee suburb of Menomonee
patients moved from Mendota
Civil psychiatric patients have been discharged from a
state-run mental health institute in Madison to free space
for additional criminal patients, drawing criticism from law
flees from Rock Co. crash that killed 2
Rock County sheriff's deputies are looking for a driver
who fled after striking and killing two men on motorcycles.
museum features Paul Seifert works
The Wisconsin Historical Museum is presenting the first
exhibition of works by Wisconsin folk artist Paul Seifert.