Federal officials have indicted 27 people in a drug case involving homicide, money laundering and the sale of heroin, crack, and cocaine.
Mayor Tom Barrett's campaign fund coughed up more than $20,000 for taking too much money from special-interest groups during the 2012 recall election, according to newly released records.
City of Delafield — Discussions about the possibility of consolidating Lake Country Fire and Rescue (LCFR) with the City of Oconomowoc Fire Department are likely to be postponed indefinitely, perhaps as long as two to three years.
The Marquette chapters of Triangle Fraternity, Delta Chi Fraternity and Sigma Phi Delta were issued official warnings for allegations of sexual misconduct.
Family funnymen the Wayans Brothers — Keenen Ivory, Damon, Shawn and Marlon —will share the stage at Potawatomi Bingo Casino’s Expo Center in Milwaukee.
A recount of ballots cast in the April 1 election of District 8 supervisor on the Waukesha County Board confirmed that challenger Eric Highum won the race, County Clerk Kathleen Novack said Wednesday.
The stalking allegedly took place from Feb. 23 until about 2:30 a.m. Sunday, when the man was seen looking into windows.
We Energies plans to install an additional electrical substation to accommodate future growth at the Milwaukee Regional Medical Complex.
Gilbane Building Co. and C.G. Schmidt Inc. have been selected to serve as general contractor for Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co.'s planned 32-story tower on Milwaukee's lakefront, the insurer said Wednesday.
Police warned a man who entered a woman's vehicle and tried to kiss her and ask her to go out for a drink about 9 p.m. April 12.
Badger Meter Inc. Wednesday reported a 59% jump in earnings in its latest quarter, as the Milwaukee-area water technology company rebounded from an unusually weak quarter a year earlier.
After getting out-pitched in the first two games of their series against the St. Louis Cardinals, the Milwaukee Brewers turned the tables Wednesday afternoon.
The “non-prosecution agreement” was signed in February following several years of investigation and negotiations between Miron, a Neenah company with nearly $700 million in revenue, and the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Walker signed the bills in private ceremonies at the Capitol.
Asked Wednesday after speaking to the Wisconsin Hospital Association if he would commit to serving a full second term, Walker dodged the question.
DETROIT (AP) As General Motors shows off its newest cars and trucks in New York this week, analysts are watching for signs that consumers are shying away from the ones sitting on dealer lots.
The boy was playing in the driveway with several other children around 6 p.m. Friday when the driver moved a vehicle into the driveway and hit him.
ESPN is reporting that Bucks owner Herb Kohl plans to sell the team to hedge-fund billionaires Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens for a price of $550 million.
The Franklin man whose lemon law case against luxury electric car maker Tesla drew national attention has now made a public offer to settle the case.
Dental Health Products of New Franken has received a $38.4 million contract extension from the U.S. Department of Defense for dental supplies used by the military, federal officials said Wednesday.
First-quarter earnings rose 11.7% for Bank Mutual Corp. as net interest income increased and some expenses decreased, the company said Wednesday.
The plaintiffs say they were legally married in California in December but are now subject to possible criminal prosecution in Wisconsin.
Jessica Benson, 23, who disappeared just before graduating in May, was arrested this month in the robbery of a Milwaukee bank where she worked.
The Milwaukee Bucks' new owners both manage billions of dollars in hedge funds and other investments for clients around the world.
Kohl, who bought the team in 1985 for $18 million, announced the $550 million sale at the Bradley Center standing next to the two buyers, hedge-fund billionaires Marc Lasry and Wesley Edens.
Officer Brian Murphy was awarded a Sewa (service) Award in Washington on Sunday, April 13, for being the first officer on the scene during the shootings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin on Aug.
Inspections in the past month for Milwaukee and through March for the four-county area have been added to the Journal Sentinel's database.
After much discussion, the WIAA membership voted Wednesday to establish an ad-hoc committee that will study the issue of school enrollment for divisional placement in state tournament competition.
Bon-Ton Stores Inc. has helped raise $4.5 million for nonprofit organizations, schools and the American Heart Association, the retailer said Tuesday.
A possible market-rate apartment development at a former Glendale nursing home site is in the works.