charge against official with sand mine interest
CROSSE - No charges will be filed against a Trempealeau County
Board supervisor who was investigated because of his financial
interest in a sand mining company.
pleads guilty in burn-pit body case
- A southern Wisconsin man accused of burning the corpse of a
missing woman in his backyard fire pit last year has entered a
gun killed wolf that fled Isle Royale park
CITY, Mich. - A gray wolf that fled Isle Royale National Park
across a Lake Superior ice bridge and was found dead on the
mainland had been shot with a pellet from an air gun, officials
denies jailed suspect visit with dying dad
Ill. - A Lake County judge has denied a request by a Waukegan
woman accused of killing a 3-month-old child to leave jail to
visit her dying father in Milwaukee.
ask judge to stay gay marriage lawsuit
- Attorneys representing Republican Gov. Scott Walker's
administration have asked a federal judge to either delay a
lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's gay marriage ban or stay out of
the case completely.
website had wrong insurance deadline
- A spokeswoman for the Wisconsin Department of Health Services
says its website saying that BadgerCare recipients have to sign
up for private health insurance by Saturday in order to have it
in place next month is wrong.
who killed 2 teens during beating out of jail
- A maintenance worker who fatally shot two teens as police say
he was being beaten with a baseball bat in Milwaukee was
released from jail Friday while prosecutors continue their
scales back leftover turkey permit sale
- Wisconsin wildlife officials have decided to scale back the
sale of leftover spring turkey permits out of concerns the harsh
winter has reduced the state flock.
arrested after man found beaten near Crandon
- Authorities say four adults and two juveniles have been
arrested after a man was badly beaten and left for dead in the
woods near Crandon.
signs high school credits bill
- Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that allows
seventh and eighth grade students to get high school credits.
Republican enters race to challenge Kind
CROSSE - A second Republican has entered the race to challenge
Democratic U.S. Rep. Ron Kind in western Wisconsin's 3rd
armed robber arrested after jail visit
BAY - A man accused of armed robbery in Allouez has been
convicted, after sheriff's deputies spotted his vehicle a short
time later in the jail parking lot.
Bay school district to ban e-cigarettes
BAY - Some Green Bay area school districts are banning
electronic cigarettes or sending reminders to parents that they
Public Service Corp. closing old units
BAY Wisconsin Public Service Corp. says it will shut down its
two oldest electricity-generating units.
tribe sued in failed energy venture
BAY A former business partner is suing the Oneida tribe for
nearly $400 million in a breach-of-contract lawsuit stemming
from a failed waste-to-energy venture.
child found safe in Indiana
Milwaukee police say a child who vanished with his
non-custodial mother has been found in Indiana.
A legislative committee has approved a Republican bill that
would outlaw secretly placing GPS devices on people's vehicles.
private schools apply for voucher program
Sixty-eight private and religious schools throughout
Wisconsin have registered to accept taxpayer subsidized voucher
students next year.
Force budget cuts Wisconsin positions
The U.S. Air Force's new budget plan cuts 39 positions in
the Wisconsin Air National Guard.