Green Bay Area wins Miss Wisconsin competition
Miss Green Bay Area Courtney Pelot has been crowned Miss
who danced to "Pretty Hurts" for her talent, will
represent the state at the Miss America competition in
September in Atlantic City, New Jersey.
killed after accident during energy plant demolition
A worker has died after being injured in an accident during
the demolition of an old Alliant Energy power plant in
doctor indicted on drug trafficking charges
A Manitowoc doctor is charged in federal court with drug
grand jury this week indicted Dr. Charles Szyman on 19
counts of unlawfully prescribing prescription drugs.
Foundation taps GOP lawyer and insider as new CEO
Republican lawyer and lobbyist Richard Graber has been
named CEO and president of the Milwaukee-based Lynde and
Harry Bradley Foundation.
wants business to be liable for gun injuries
A Republican state lawmaker wants Wisconsin businesses
to be held liable for any gun-related injuries that may
occur on their premises.
to Green Bay fuel line closed indefinitely
The owner of the only fuel pipeline serving northeastern
Wisconsin has shut it down indefinitely as it considers the
future of the aging line.
Feingold endorses Hillary Clinton
Democratic Wisconsin Senate candidate Russ Feingold is
endorsing presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for
fatally shoots man in Wauwatosa park
Police say an officer in a Milwaukee suburb has fatally
shot a person in a park.
Johnson again avoids mentioning he's a senator in ad
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson's second television ad in
his re-election campaign avoids any reference to him being
an incumbent senator, just as his first spot did.
tornadoes in Illinois; homes, gas station damaged
Powerful storms packing multiple tornadoes swept through
parts of the Midwest Wednesday night, damaging homes and a
gas station in central Illinois and sending tens of
thousands of soccer fans seeking shelter during the Copa
America semifinal in Chicago.
UW-Madison police chief Riseling retiring
Longtime University of Wisconsin-Madison police chief
Sue Riseling is retiring.
upholds life sentence in great-grandmother killing
A Wisconsin appeals court has upheld the life sentence
of a teenage boy convicted of killing his great-grandmother
warehouse destroyed by fire
The main building of a landscaping company in Oconomowoc
(oh-KAHN'-ah-mah-walk) has been destroyed by fire.
Marquette students hurt when gun discharges at restaurant
Milwaukee police say Marquette University students were
injured when a gun accidentally discharged at the entrance
of a restaurant on campus.
woman sentenced in North Dakota oil patch ring
N.D. A Milwaukee woman accused of being a key figure in
a prostitution ring and part of an extortion scheme in
western North Dakota's oil patch has been sentenced to two
years of probation.
head to face questions on deficient pollution policing
The head of Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources
is facing questions about deficiencies in the department's
regulation of water pollution.
challenger has only consulted for free
House Speaker Paul Ryan's primary challenger bills
himself as the owner of a small consulting business even
though he has only consulted with personal clients for free,
his campaign said Tuesday.