Aaron Smith allegedly put wart remover in the mouth of a 5 month old. Now he's charged with violating the conditions of his signature bond.
Police have arrested a man they say sexually assaulted and beat up a 19-year-old woman in Madison on Friday morning.
Bowlers across Madison lined up to strike out colon cancer at the annual Bowlin' For Colons fundraiser.
Eating macaroni and cheese can help feed the homeless, at least on Sunday it did at the Mount Horeb Area Food Pantry's Mac and Cheese Feed.
A group of students at the U.W. Madison received today what one man calls an unfair job advantage.
The State Capitol's Assembly Chamber was ringing with applause on Sunday as the Wisconsin Army National Guard honored two of its finest.
Crews will be working on East Washington Avenue.
Fans of green built homes say they can help save the earth's resources -- and save homeowners money. The Green Built Pavilion at this weekend's annual Home Products Show features some of the latest green ideas.
Investigators still don't know what caused a house fire that killed a couple and their granddaughter.
How about walking State Street and stumbling across Julia Roberts? That could be a much more likely scenario, if a new bill becomes law and ends up bringing more big–time movies to the Badger state.
Community members are still talking about the high school hockey game that went into six overtimes.
A mandate by the FCC could mean you need to get a new cell phone, and if you don't, you could be penalized.
The UW System is on the move to put a policy in place that would allow resident advisors to hold religious and political meetings anywhere they wish.
In a late night session, Assembly lawmakers passed a bill Thursday that would reinstate the amount a person can be awarded for pain and suffering in malpractice cases.