The gunman shot a Canadian soldier standing guard at the National War Memorial in Ottawa on Wednesday, police said.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Millions of older Americans who rely on federal benefits will get a 1.7 percent increase in their monthly payments next year, the government announced Wednesday.
The defense for 12-year-old Anissa Weier, however, is challenging that expert’s finding, and a hearing is set for Dec. 18.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The federal government is closing a gap in Ebola screening at airports while states from New York to Texas to California work to get hospitals and nurses ready in case another patient turns up somewhere in the U.S.
Kenosha — The trial for a Kenosha man accused of fatally shooting two men during a robbery ended abruptly when he agreed to a plea deal.
Two parking structures planned for Wauwatosa's Innovation Campus would have street-level retail and restaurant space, under a new proposal.
San Francisco ace Madison Bumgarner never let the Royals back in the game, turning in seven strong innings as the Giants cruised to a 7-1 victory at Kauffman Stadium in Game 1, spoiling Kansas City’s long-awaited return to World Series play.
Sunshine, a high temperature in the low 50s and a southeast wind between 5-10 mph are in the Wednesday forecast for Milwaukee.
The former Broadway Dinner Theatre in Lake Delton will reopen next month as the Palace Theater.
Doug Melvin knew the trade that brought Zack Greinke to Milwaukee would be good for the Brewers in the short term and perhaps great for the Kansas City Royals in the long term.
The new center will be designed around providing team-based, collaborative care that provides oncology, behavioral health, nutrition, therapy and other services at one location.
An underused shopping center near the former Northridge Mall has been sold for just over half its assessed value to a Georgia investment group.
New today from PolitiFact Wisconsin:
After their argument turned physical, the 38-year-old woman allegedly stabbed the 41-year-old man Friday in a Milwaukee home.
Anchor BanCorp Wisconsin Inc. said late Tuesday that it has priced a planned stock offering at $26 a share.
A news release from Davis indicates his campaign exploratory committee established in July has convinced him to make the run.
Morgan Burnett is living out Cap Burnett’s dream. And Cap is loving every second of it. “To see him grow into a man, competing at the highest level,” Cap said, “it’s a beautiful feeling.”
Die-hard liberals and down-the-line conservatives have segregated themselves into strikingly different news universes, according to a new study.
An Illinois man munching on a brat while driving in southern Door County sideswiped another motorist.
More than any other state agency, the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. sits in the spotlight of the campaign for governor.
Village of Hartland — Capitol Plaza might look very different by spring 2016.
The sheriff’s department has a SWAT team at the location and has told residents to stay indoors.
Madison — State health officials say the flu season is off to a strong start in Wisconsin.
Town of Belle Plaine — Three teenagers have died in a highway crash in Shawano County and a fourth person has been injured.
The massive building on the block bordered by N. 9th and N. 10th streets and W. Juneau and W. Highland avenues would be renovated to provide housing for over 400 students.
The Edvest program, which manages about $2.1 billion, received a Bronze ranking when Morningstar released its 2014 ratings this week.
A 21 year-old man was wounded Tuesday night in a shooting on Milwaukee’s north side, police said.
It's Playoff time! Mark and JR discuss the local teams in the different WIAA divisions. They also cover Catholic Memorial's big win and they each rank the 4 conference title co-champions coming out of the Classic 8.
A Marquette University student studying in Spain was seriously injured when she was knocked over by a car in Madrid.
Highland Community School’s fall carnival has become a beloved tradition at the fast-growing Montessori charter school in Milwaukee Public Schools.