The newly released documents disclose that Santelle was repeatedly warned that he was misusing his government credit card as early as September 2011.
An 8-year-old boy reported missing in Waukesha Thursday night has been located and reunited with his mother.
An arrest warrant was issued Thursday for a Milwaukee man charged in the fatal shootings of two men on the city’s north side.
Madison— State Patrol Superintendent Stephen Fitzgerald is retiring on Aug. 5, leaving the Fitzgerald family with just one of its members in a major state office.
Cole Schuler, a 26-year-old former U.S. Army Ranger, died at the Clement J. Zablocki Veterans Affairs Center in Milwaukee, where he was being treated for an opioid addiction.
The share of Americans who own their homes was 62.9% in the second quarter, the lowest since 1965.
Madison-based First Business Financial Services Inc. posted net income of $3.7 million in the second quarter. That compared with almost $3.9 million in last year’s second quarter.
Markable Inc. has an app that helps users instantly buy fashion items they see online or on the street. The app analyzes a photo and finds instantly a shopping site and best matches for the item.
Inspired by the death of her brother in a drunken driving crash, Hermann spent decades working to make Wisconsin roads safer.
Southwest Airlines Co. won’t join rivals in trimming capacity during the rest of this year, CEO Gary Kelly said.
Lollapalooza 25th anniversary in Chicago also featured J. Cole, Kehlani, the 1975, Bastille, Cloves, the Last Shadow Puppets, Danny Brown, the Arcs and Towkio.
There’s a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms in Milwaukee Friday, with patchy fog expected between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m., according to the National Weather Service in Sullivan.
Making history as the first female major party nominee for president, Hillary Clinton plans to argue Thursday that America faces "a moment of reckoning" over the economy, terrorism, national unity, and the candidacy of Republican opponent Donald Trump.
Barbara Saladin had to brace herself on the door as she walked into her newly remodeled home.
The state Department of Corrections confirmed an inmate died at the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility earlier this week.
Amazon continues to invest in logistics to set the pace on fast delivery, offering to get tens of thousands of items to customers in as little as an hour in many cities.
A swarm of beekeeping supporters brought buzz to last week's Brookfield common council meeting.
The celebration will include food trucks, interactive workshops and a performance from hip-hop collective New Age Narcissism.
Yes, you can be charged with drunken driving on a private road, when that road is part of a Boy Scout camp generally open to visitors, the Court of Appeals ruled in confirming an Illinois man's conviction.
Leading police on a naked, drug-fueled jaunt through the city is good for about a year in prison, according to one Waukesha County Circuit judge.
How is this the last weekend in July? Time flies when you’re having fun.
A teenager accused of driving a stolen SUV in a hit-and-run crash that killed an 8-year-old boy and a 46-year-old woman was charged Thursday in Milwaukee County Circuit Court.
The issue came up after President of the Milwaukee Police Association Michael Crivello wrote a letter in early May stating that MPD officials had established an "absolute quota like mandate" [sic] of at least two stops a day at a March 2016 meeting.
A Hollywood legend returned to northeastern Wisconsin Thursday to help celebrate a historic milestone at the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.
Emanuel Romp faces charges of making a false statement to a federally licensed firearms dealer and possessing a firearm while using marijuana.
Volkswagen Group overtakes Toyota as largest automaker in the world.
NetSuite is just the latest cloud acquisition by Oracle, and its biggest splurge in more than a decade.
The buses will operate between downtown Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Regional Medical Complex in Wauwatosa using sections of Wisconsin Ave. and Bluemound Road.
President and CEO Cal Dooley of the American Chemistry Council said the new rule should help keep freight rail and manufacturing healthy.
Green Bay – The man has addressed world leaders and national television audiences, but U.S. Speaker of the House Paul Ryan had a new crowd Thursday morning.