The polls have closed around the state in Tuesday's spring primary. Check here for results of contested races and referendum questions throughout south central Wisconsin.
There is a new phone scam targeting Wisconsinites, that experts say is working very well on its victims.
A 28-year-old Wisconsin Dells man is dead after his vehicle catches fire in the township of Dellona.
A Madison man accused of spilling wart remover in an infant's mouth was supposed to appear in court Thursday on those charges. His arrest last night moved it up to today.
Madison Fire Department reminds home owners to shovel out hydrants.
Cold cars weren't the only thing going put-put-put this weekend. Ten thousand golfers were testing their putting skills at the Greater Madison Golf Show.
Local Brewers have something to cheer about this week. The Brewer's association reports an increase of nine percent in specialty brewery sales last year.
It's not the jackpot but two luck Wisconsinites matched five of the six numbers in Saturday's powerball drawing earning them more than $667,000.
On Sunday, the assembly and senate chambers debated important legislative issues facing Wisconsin this year but the debaters weren't your average suit-and-tie.
The last of five lawmakers charged in the caucus scandal is set to go to trial this week. Barring a last-minute deal, Republican Scott Jensen from Waukesha will have his case heard by a jury on Tuesday.
President Bush is making a visit to Milwaukee based Johnson Controls on Monday.
The federal government is writing Wisconsin a check to help hurricane evacuees who relocated to the Badger State.
The cold winter weather may be exposing areas of your house that are in need of repair.
The deaths of ten U.S. troops in a helicopter crash off the coast of Africa are confirmed and one survivor is a Wisconsin woman.
Expect some traffic delays, but also some life-saving improvements.