killed after setting off apartment explosion
Police say a man in a small northwestern Wisconsin community
was killed after he followed through on his threat to
explode a bomb in his apartment building.
Bay police warn of kidnapping scam
Green Bay police say local residents are being targeted by
phone scammers who claim they're holding a loved one for
PSC removed climate change language from website
MILWAUKEE - Wisconsin utility regulators removed references to climate change from their website months before state environmental officials altered global warming language on their own site.
Group: Government animal disease lab needs better oversight
MADISON - A government lab in Madison that researches dangerous illnesses such as chronic wasting disease and West Nile virus has mishandled some of the animals used in testing and needs increased oversight, an environmental group has alleged.
Racine man ruled incompetent for trial in sister's death
EAU CLAIRE - The criminal case for the Racine man accused of killing his sister has been suspended indefinitely after an Eau Claire County judge ruled him incompetent and unable to understand the court proceedings or assist with his defense.
Prosecutors charge man in Saudi college student's death
MADISON - A Minnesota man with a string of domestic violence convictions was charged in the death of a Saudi Arabian college student stemming from a confrontation in northwestern Wisconsin last year, prosecutors said Friday.
Hy-Vee grocer recalls store-branded candy packages
DES MOINES, Iowa - The Hy-Vee food store chain has recalled store branded candy distributed to 242 stores in eight states after learning an ingredient from another company could be contaminated with salmonella bacteria.
Lake Erie conditions halt search for plane wreckage
CLEVELAND - Crews searching for wreckage of a corporate jet carrying six people that crashed in Lake Erie have had to temporarily halt their search due to choppy waters.
found unharmed in Kansas
Two girls reported missing in southeastern Wisconsin have
been taken into protective custody in Kansas.
demands more money for opioid prevention
health care advocacy group wants Gov. Scott Walker and
Republican lawmakers to devote more money into a program to
screen high school students for drug abuse.
arrested in school threats in Oshkosh, Fond du Lac
people have been arrested in unrelated school threats in
Oshkosh and Fond du Lac. Authorities
say an 18-year-old man and two boys, ages 17 and 15, were
arrested for threats that shut down Oshkosh's two public
high schools Thursday.
Government animal disease lab needs better oversight
government lab in Madison that researches dangerous
illnesses such as chronic wasting disease and West Nile
virus has mishandled some of the animals used in testing and
needs increased oversight, an environmental group alleges in
a complaint filed Thursday.
wants to lift Wisconsin mining moratorium
northern Wisconsin legislator who authored changes relaxing
Wisconsin's iron mining regulations now wants to lift the
state's mining moratorium.
agencies budget $42M for Asian carp prevention
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. Federal officials say they'll
continue efforts to prevent Asian carp from reaching the
Great Lakes, despite uncertainty about what Donald Trump
accused of hiding body of woman who overdosed
Kenosha man is charged with hiding the body of a woman who
died of a heroin overdose. And investigators suspect the
medical transport driver may have been using his job to lure
women with drug problems to his home for sex.
lottery winner avoids prison in stalking case
Wisconsin man who became an instant millionaire with a
winning lottery ticket has been sentenced for stalking and
other charges related to his obsession with a young woman
who rejected his advances.