A West Bend physician has been sentenced to a year and a half in federal prison for tax evasion and making false statements.
Madison – Democrats attacked Republican attorney general candidate Brad Schimel on Friday for signing onto a legal paper advocating for a years-long plan to make abortion illegal in nearly all cases.
Madison -- Democrat Susan Happ unveiled her first ad Friday for the general election in the race for attorney general, catching up to her Republican rival who went on the air earlier this month.
Mark Harris, principal of Shorewood Intermediate School, has died after experiencing a medical emergency on Tuesday, his family said Friday.
La Crosse — A La Crosse company that recycles electronic waste has plans to add 110 jobs and relocate to Onalaska.
The Milwaukee County clerk of courts says his office dramatically increased payments to crime victims but has been told it can no longer intercept perpetrators’ tax refunds.
The North Shore Bank in Franklin was robbed Thursday afternoon, according to Franklin police.
Two University of Wisconsin-La Crosse administrators were injured when they were struck by a car this week while walking to work.
A nonprofit Milwaukee group that runs two start-up companies plans to begin offering classes early next year in how to write computer code.
The Poweshiek skipperling, a butterfly found in a few isolated prairies in Wisconsin, Michigan and Manitoba, has been listed as an endangered species.
The free installation of theft deterrent devices will be offered only for vehicles most frequently stolen in Milwaukee.
Northbound lanes of Highway 41 in Addison were closed for more than six hours Friday morning as officials worked to extinguish and clean-up a semi-tractor trailer fire.
Madison — A Milwaukee County judge this week ruled a Republican running for the state Assembly must pay more than $27,500 to cover an unpaid debt.
Boston Store and Younkers department stores will open their doors at 6 p.m. Thanksgiving to kick off the Black Friday holiday shopping weekend.
If you thought Aaron Rodgers was the only reason the scramble play has been effective, you’d be neglecting the other end.
An emergency room doctor who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus.
The Milwaukee Police Association will convene a no-confidence vote next week against Police Chief Edward Flynn
A man who completed a domestic abuse treatment program was sentenced to a year in jail for stalking one of his victims.
Walker’s bald spot has its own Facebook page and, as of Thursday, 341 likes.
Third-quarter earnings were flat for the Madison parent company of First Business Bank-Milwaukee, as merger-related expenses and increased compensation costs helped offset a rise in revenue.
A University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Foundation affiliate has sold the future site of apartments at its Innovation Campus site, in Wauwatosa, for $4 million.
Net income at Sensient Technologies Corp. fell 32.4% in the third quarter as the Milwaukee-based maker of food flavorings and colors took a $21 million hit for restructuring and other one-time costs.
Divine Savior Holy Angels basketball standout Arike Ogunbowale announced Friday morning that she will play for the Fighting Irish.
An effort by a competing convenience store owner opposing Kwik Trip's planned store in Mukwonago has resulted in a delay by city officials in makine a decision.
Green Bay — Three people have been arrested after the SWAT team was called to a Green Bay residence.
A sunny weekend is forecast for Milwaukee, with high temperatures in the 50s and 60s.
“It’s not California, but Wisconsin’s ecosystem is vibrant enough that everyone can do well,” said Jeff Rusinow, speaking at an event Tuesday night in Milwaukee.
Oshkosh — A Neenah woman accused of shooting and wounding a co-worker at a Wal-Mart store has been declared competent to stand trial.
President Barack Obama's visit to Milwaukee Tuesday will include an exclusive $16,000 per head fundraiser at a Downtown sushi bar.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge V. Kelley refused to stay motions filed by the archdiocese arguing for the dismissal of those claims, over the objections of victims’ attorneys.