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An obituary Saturday on Barbara Horton incorrectly stated the year that Horton was re-elected to a four-year term on the Milwaukee School Board.
As state lawmakers consider cutting local child support enforcement by 25% next year, county officials say this ongoing trend is already taking the pressure off deadbeat parents and endangering millions of dollars in additional federal money.
The Legislature's budget committee is supposed to decide Tuesday whether to give Gov.
Law enforcement officers drive, run license plates and stay alert, all at the same time.
These incidents are part of the Greendale Police Department's weekly call sheet from May 10-17. A driver was cited for failing to yield after a two-vehicle accident at Grange Avenue and Root River Parkway about 4:45 p.m. May 11.
The reconstruction of Drexel Avenue was one of the biggest and most complicated road projects in the recent history of Oak Creek.
Donovan Walker-Hall, the man accused of hitting a pregnant woman causing her to lose her baby, plead not guilty.
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele is presenting 45 new cardiac monitors to firefighters and emergency responders Monday morning at the North Shore Fire Department.
Although Gov. Scott Walker has hired out gay staffers, including two who were convicted of crimes they committed while working for him as Milwaukee County Executive, he strongly opposes marriage equality.
The Milwaukee County Sheriff's Department says the average PAC of the offenders was 0.16. Two of the people arrested were repeat offenders.
Two years after lawmakers unsuccessfully tried to enlarge the state budget by creating a privately run bail bonds system in Wisconsin, the controversial idea could be returning.
Scott Stenger, lobbyist for the Tavern League of Wisconsin , says that tightening up the standard for drunken driving is part of a "prohibitionist agenda." Stenger actually gets paid for uttering such nonsense.
A Milwaukee nurse who billed Medicaid for in-home care she never provided has been sentenced to serve 100 days in jail as a condition of 18 months of probation.
The Milwaukee bra ban that was in effect because the city considered "bras as a fire hazard" has been withdrawn.
Cameras from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation are showing lines of vehicles snaking north into Milwaukee County from the 7-Mile Road exit.