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The Wisconsin Supreme Court is set to rule in a case involving a man convicted for his role in plotting to kill his lover's husband.
One person was killed and 14 people hurt when two vehicles and a small tourist bus crashed just north of Minocqua on Thursday morning, the Wisconsin State Patrol said.
Still, Revenue Secretary Rick Chandler and Wisconsin lawmakers who live on the border with Minnesota said they hoped the two states could reach agreement for the 2015 tax year before a Sept.
Mark Lefebvre and Jennifer Kidon DeKrey each spent about two decades raising money for UW-Madison through the foundation.
Bosses may be the ones giving annual performance reviews. But make no mistake: Their performances are being judged daily by those who work for them.
State Senator Mary Lazich represents parts of four counties: Milwaukee, Waukesha, Racine, and Walworth.
State Senator Bob Jauch will retire this year, putting the 25th Senate District up for grabs.
The businesses around State Fair are concerned that the on-going highway construction may hurt business if it's not completed before the fair opens WITH FRONT END DAMAGE.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, who is seeking re-election in November, has not seen any significant drop in his support since the release of documents on a probe into possible illegal campaign financing, a poll showed on Wednesday.
Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen says the U.S. Constitution's equal protection clause doesn't cover sexual orientation the same way it does gender discrimination and there's no fundamental right for gay couples to marry.
South Dakota's Public Utilities Commission has ruled against an alternative energy producer seeking to force rural electric cooperatives to buy the wind power it plans to generate.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
Two people, including an eight-year-old boy, were hospitalized and three others escaped harm in a near-drowning incident Tuesday on a northern Wisconsin lake, the Vilas County Sheriff's Department said.
On the evening of July 20, 2014 mayflies hatched along along the Mississippi river between Minnesota and Wisconsin in such great numbers that they were picked up by radar resembling light rain.
The heat of a summer sun offers little escape for the people who are working on the miles of roadway currently under construction in Wisconsin.
Wausau residents alerted cops after noticing the boy was 'staggering around.' The boy later told investigators that he had been consuming vodka and drinks every three days.
Updated: Fri Jul 25, 2014 12:54 am
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