Follow our live blog from the sidelines as the Green Bay Packers take to the practice field at 10:30 Thursday morning.
An Oconomowoc medical office building leased to ProHealth Care has been sold to Rogers Memorial Hospital, which will convert it into an outpatient treatment center.
A teen testifies about her life - strip clubs, beatings, ‘sex with lots of men’ - since meeting the man accused of being her pimp.
A preliminary proposal to convert a former industrial site into a possible retail building is getting support from the West Milwaukee Village Board.
The Milwaukee Public Library offers a different kind of family fun this afternoon: a brief introduction to genealogy for those who want to find out more about their family background but don't know where to begin.
The venture capital fund will work alongside the start-ups, related service providers and sponsors at the complex.
Washington — Bank of America has reached a record settlement of nearly $17 billion to resolve an investigation into its role in the sale of mortgage-backed securities before the 2008 financial crisis, officials directly familiar with the matter said Wednesday.
A liberal group injected $737,000 in a TV ad campaign Wednesday against Gov. Scott Walker — providing outside help on the airwaves for the first time in Democrat Mary Burke's campaign.
Green Bay - Tight end Colt Lyerla cleared NFL waivers Wednesday afternoon and landed on the Green Bay Packers' injured reserve list.
A 30-year-old man shot to death in front of a home he was rehabbing was identified as Robert E. James Jr., 30.
Leaders from 20 areaacademic institutions will meet Thursday to discuss the idea of a student housing development south of downtown that would contain resources providing students with connections to mentors, access to start-up funding and job opportunities with local corporations.
Madison — Records show the Pentagon has given police agencies in Wisconsin more than $28 million in surplus military gear in the past decade, including assault rifles, grenade launchers and mine-resistant trucks.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff’s Office is investigating, and the closure was expected to last no more than an hour.
Sheriff’s deputies say a man riding an electronic scooter was struck while crossing a highway in Monroe County.
A Chippewa County burglar was allegedly done in by the colorful mittens he used to smash a store window.
The chance of rain returns to Milwaukee late Wednesday night, with showers followed by thunderstorms and fog.
The race for the 6th Congressional District seat was the closest in Wisconsin since 1970.
Whitefish Bay High School's Class of 2014 grabbed the top average ACT composite score among the state's public high schools, according to a Journal Sentinel analysis of data released Wednesday.
It was one of those winnable games you hate to let get away, especially with the playoff race starting to heat up.
Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have been awarded $3 million for nuclear power research projects from the U.S. Energy Department.
The woman’s boyfriend called police at 3:34 a.m. Thursday to report the shooting and said the suspect had fled on foot.
Bon-Ton, which is getting set for a new CEO next week, said the company narrowed its loss in the quarter as sales rose 1.1%.
A judge has sentenced a Darlington man to 25 years in federal prison for making sexually explicit videos of girls.
The film festival calls its rowdy side Cinema Hooligante; its 2014 offerings include anime, science fiction and cult-classic options.
St. Louis — Attorney General Eric Holder sought Wednesday to reassure the people of Ferguson about the investigation into Michael Brown's death and said he understands why many black Americans do not trust police, recalling how he was repeatedly stopped by officers who seemed to target him because of his race.
Wisconsin police agencies have acquired more than $28 million of military gear from the Pentagon during the past decade.
In the aftermath of the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., many officials have suggested that police officers should wear body cameras.
Add Milwaukee Police Chief Edward Flynn to the growing list of public officials to accept the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
The man imprisoned for killing a 25-year-old photographer on his family property near Mishicot in 2005 wants his federal civil rights lawsuit dismissed.