Woman suffers minor injuries in floatplane accident
TOWN OF WOODRUFF - Police say a 62-year-old woman suffered minor injuries when her floatplane flipped over after landing on Lake Tomahawk.
2 men killed in Sheboygan County plane crash identified
SHEBOYGAN - Authorities have identified two men who died when their single-engine plane crashed in a farm field in Sheboygan County.
Hobart man sentenced for 13th drunken driving conviction
APPLETON - A 63-year-old Hobart man convicted of drunken driving 13 times has been sentenced to serve 7 ½ years in prison.
Walker defends plan to end state property tax
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker is defending provisions in the state budget that would end the state's portion of the property tax.
New Census Bureau estimates show Madison continues to grow
MADISON - The population continues to rise in Wisconsin's capital city.
State delays release of comments on Walker's Medicaid plans
MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is delaying the release of more than 1,000 public comments on Gov. Scott Walker's plans to drug screen BadgerCare applicants and make a host of other changes to the state's Medicaid program.
Milwaukee man dies after smoking synthetic pot
MILWAUKEE - A Milwaukee man has died after smoking synthetic marijuana.
2 men die in small plane crash in Sheboygan County
SHEBOYGAN - Two men have died after the single-engine plane they were in crashed in a farm field in Sheboygan County.
Wisconsin 2016 job gain smallest in 6 years
MADISON - A new report shows Wisconsin added the fewest jobs in 2016 of Gov. Scott Walker's six years in office.
State settles lawsuit against UW adviser
MADISON - Attorneys have settled a lawsuit against a University of Wisconsin-Madison adviser who counseled the daughter of a woman killed in car crash but didn't tell her he had been texting with the driver.
Wisconsin Corrections Department closes internal unit
MADISON - The Wisconsin Department of Corrections is closing an internal affairs unit whose investigation into employee misconduct at the state's youth prison prompted ongoing federal investigation into conditions there.
panel rejects Walker tuition cut, maintains freeze
CEO top paid executive in Wisconsin
The Legislature's budget-writing committee rejected Gov.
Scott Walker's proposed University of Wisconsin System tuition
cut Thursday, choosing instead to keep rates frozen for
another two years.
A new survey shows the top paid executive in Wisconsin
is in the financial services industry. Calculations
by The Associated Press and the executive data firm
Equilar show Fiserv CEO Jeffery Yabuki tops the
compensation list in Wisconsin, earning $21.2 million in
Milwaukee man dies while in police custody
Police say a West Milwaukee man died after he was taken
into custody by officers who used stun guns during the
arrest. Police said
they were called to the man's apartment about 5 a.m.
Thursday on initial reports of a person naked, speaking
incoherently and flooding the apartment.
ask for higher pay rate for defending indigent
Private attorneys who accept indigent defense
appointments in Wisconsin say it's time the state raise
the hourly rate for taking such cases.
woman jumps on hood of her SUV to prevent theft
A Wisconsin woman pumping gas near downtown Milwaukee
stopped a thief from stealing her SUV by jumping on its
hood and clinging to the windshield wipers as the man
tried to drive away in her vehicle.
million bond set in forced abortion attempt
A judge in Outagamie County has set $50 million bond for
a man accused of trying to cause his girlfriend to
miscarry her child nearly a decade ago.
school bus passengers seriously hurt in truck crash
A collision between a school bus and a dump truck in
Grant County sent five passengers on the bus to the
Milwaukee boy accidentally shoots self
Milwaukee police have arrested the father of a
2-year-old boy who they say found a loaded handgun and
accidentally shot himself.