police investigate reported road rage shooting
Germantown police are investigating a reported road rage
shooting in which a man was injured.
priest to face trial for alleged abuse decades ago
former priest accused of sexually abusing at least three
boys in Wisconsin decades ago has been bound over for trial.
students checked at hospital after school bus crash
West Bend school superintendent says three students were
examined at a hospital after a school bus collided with
of abortions rises slightly in Wisconsin
MADISON A new
report shows the number of abortions performed in Wisconsin
rose slightly in 2017, the first increase in eight years.
named after Wisconsin astronomer to pass by Earth
comet named after a Wisconsin astronomer will soon streak
past Earth and be the brightest comet of the year.
coach accepts plea deal in child porn case
RACINE A Wind
Lake gymnastics studio owner and coach accused of possessing
child pornography and placing a recording device in the
bathroom of his facility has accepted a plea deal and
avoided trial scheduled for this week.
Legislature passes Great Lakes oil pipeline bill
The Michigan Legislature approved a bill Tuesday that
would allow the replacement of a 65-year-old oil pipeline in
a key Great Lakes waterway, voting to create a state
authority that would oversee the construction of a tunnel to
encase a new segment of pipe.
falls from balcony at Milwaukee performing arts center
man was taken to a hospital with serious injuries after
falling from a balcony at the Marcus Center for the
Performing Arts in Milwaukee.
hurt in shooting at Madison strip club; suspect arrested
people were injured in a weekend shooting at a Madison strip
club. A suspect is in custody.
accused of hiding overdose victim in crawlspace
Sheboygan woman is accused of running a drug house and
hiding the corpse of an overdose victim in a crawlspace,
along with stealing his ID and debit card.
burned in Muskego house fire, expected to be OK
Muskego woman suffered burns in an early morning house fire
but is expected to be OK.
officials confirm 11 CWD infections on deer farm
Wisconsin agriculture officials have confirmed 11 more cases
of chronic wasting disease on a Washington County deer farm.
acquits Fox Crossing judge accused of stalking clerk
jury has acquitted a Fox Crossing municipal judge accused of
stalking his court clerk.
Co. correctional officer accused of abusing inmate
correctional officer at the Milwaukee County Jail is accused
of abusing an inmate.
Crosse school staffers help student bullied for hygiene
LA CROSSE La
Crosse middle school staff members have come to the aid of a
truant teenage boy being bullied over hygiene.
killer Watts appears to be in Wisconsin custody
Colorado man sentenced to life behind bars for killing his
pregnant wife and two young daughters appears to have been
moved to a Wisconsin prison.
man gets 4.5 years for tampering with sausages
federal judge has sentenced a Kiel man to four and a half
years in prison for placing foreign objects in sausages.
patients at UW Hospital developed Legionnaires' disease
Eleven patients at UW Hospital developed Legionnaires'
disease, apparently due to bacteria in the hospital's hot
district unveils plan after Nazi salute photo
Wisconsin school district officials have unveiled a plan
that they hope will instill more empathy and understanding
in students after a photo recently surfaced showing several
dozen high schoolers giving what appears to be a Nazi
Wisconsin Marines stand guard over late president
Marines from southeastern Wisconsin are among military
members standing guard over the casket of former President
George H.W. Bush as he lies in state in the U.S. Capitol
No charges against Superior police who shot, wounded man
charges will be filed against Superior police officers who
shot and wounded a man during a confrontation in October.
OK permit for anchor supports for oil pipeline
Mich. Michigan regulators have issued a permit that
allows more anchor supports to bolster twin oil pipelines in
the Great Lakes at the Straits of Mackinac.
at half-staff to honor former President Bush
and state flags are flying at half-staff until sunset on
Dec. 30 in Wisconsin and elsewhere to honor former President
George Herbert Walker Bush who died Friday at age 94.
magazine looks for donations after 110 years
Progressive is looking for donations as the magazine founded
by Wisconsin U.S. Sen. Robert "Fighting Bob" La
Follette nears its 110th birthday.
men dead, woman wounded in Walworth County shooting
say two people are dead and a third is wounded in a shooting
in Walworth County.
Trumps to attend state funeral for George
BUENOS AIRES, Argentina - President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump on Saturday mourned the passing of former President George
H.W. Bush, remembering him as a man of "sound judgment, common sense and unflappable leadership."
Wisconsin health care signups decline in 2018
MADISON - Fewer people in Wisconsin have enrolled for health coverage under the Affordable Care Act in 2018 compared to last year.
Police search for man who tossed Molotov cocktail into home
MILWAUKEE - Milwaukee police are looking for a man who may have been burned after throwing a Molotov cocktail into a home on the city's northwest side.