23 min ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Law enforcement officials, including federal agents, swarmed a downtown Milwaukee building Wednesday and took into custody a man who had injured himself and had to be rescued from a second-story landing.
1 hr ago | Today's TMJ4
Allison Silveira is from the Midwest but studied meteorology for fifteen years at the Univesity of Oklahoma.
2 hrs ago | WAOW
Ministry Health Care says it is eliminating about 2 percent of its workforce due to declining business and a reduction in Medicare payments because of federal budget cuts forced by the so-called sequestration.
2 hrs ago | WISN-TV
Tony Tagliavia of MPS said Rufus King International School was given the ACT's College and Career Transition Award for high schools Wednesday in Washington, D.C. The school was nominated by Gov.
2 hrs ago | Milwaukee Journal-Sentinal
Music director Edo de Waart will lead the orchestra in a program of Johannes Brahms' first and fourth symphonies Friday through Sunday and then wrap up with Edward Elgar's "The Dream of Gerontius" the following weekend.
4 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay
MILWAUKEE A private F-B-I ceremony was held yesterday to honor two agents who died in a helicopter training flight one of whom started his career in Wisconsin.
8 hrs ago | WTMJ-AM Milwaukee
It was a deadly two-mile long tornado that ripped through Oklahoma and killed nine children.
Online Retailer and Official Jeweler for Miss Universe, Diamond Nexus, is working with Independence First to raise money and awareness for the disabled community of Milwaukee.
"I've gotten several emails this morning, phone calls from folks who are trained through the Salvation Army's Disaster program and who are now waiting," Thuecks said.
Dar Zitoun, "house of the olive tree," belonged to Kitty Morse's father. When he died, he left the house to her and her brothers.
The 16-year-old boy who was shot and killed earlier this week in Milwaukee was identified Tuesday by police as Marvin J. Cottrell.
Milwaukee's Gwen Moore and her low regard for the military are the subjects of my latest piece at RightWisconsin.
As if robbing a credit union from the drive-through window weren't audacious enough, two Milwaukee men charged in such a heist apparently tried to double their take, and victims' confusion, by using two matching cars.
It's a senseless crime: a 71-year-old woman savagely attacked as she was sharing the gospel on her front porch.
Who is it? Who's the newest millionaire in Milwaukee? A store on the city's east side sold a $1 million Powerball ticket.
Some campaign promises build in a bit of wiggle room. The one made by candidate for governor Scott Walker to "Strip policy and pork projects from the state budget" did not.
A 60-year-old man shot and killed an armed robber with the robber's own gun Friday night, Milwaukee police said.