Area residents fight back against diabetes
Tim hits the field with the Radicals; Madison very own professional Ultimate Frisbee tea
Ten Chimneys in southeastern Wisconsin is opening for the season this week.
20-year-old doesn't say much. He lets his artwork do the talking.
Employees in the city of Fitchburg put on the purple to support one of their own
A local school helps kids with autism gain self-confidence
UPDATE: An Argyle man convicted of killing his three sons in a fire is sentenced to three life sentences without possibility of parole.
88-year-old Bill Hyzer is one smart guy. And he has the inventions and research to prove it.
State environmental and forestry officials are urging homeowners to refrain from openly burning trash and yard debris.
UPDATE: The state Senate has approved a bill that would expand definitions in state law of what constitutes illegal food stamp trafficking in Wisconsin.
After a successful cornea transplant, a local woman is urging people to become donors
UPDATE: Authorities say the mayor of Sheboygan Falls survived a highway crash that killed two others in Sheboygan County.
A Janesville woman is being held at the jail on a charge of OWI 5th offense.
Two families are displaced from their duplex after a fire started in the kitchen area on Sunday April 7 around 8 p.m.
A black bear has awakened from hibernation and returned to an Eau Claire neighborhood where it's frightening residents, going through garbage cans and breaking bird feeders.
A Milwaukee grandmother is sentenced to a year in prison for scamming the state child care program for low-income parents.
Traffic deaths rose slightly in Wisconsin in March. Thirty-three people died during the month, two more than March one year ago and five more than the five-year average.
A southeastern Wisconsin historical site is inviting the public to help with its annual spring cleaning day. Old World Wisconsin will hold the event the morning of April 20. Site officials say they need as many volunteers as they can get to help clear the site of winter debris.
The Sun Prairie High School Jazz band can really swing!
With the spring thaw at hand, Wisconsin utility officials are reminding people to dial in before digging. The Public Service Commission says digging without knowing the location of pipelines, wires and cables can cause harm, service interruptions and expensive repairs.
Wisconsin's spring turkey season gets under way next week.
Town of Beloit Police are investigating a shoot on S. Wisconsin Avenue. A woman suffered non-life threatening injuries.
Some of the best thinking from the University of Wisconsin system is about to go on display at the Capitol.
A nonprofit group in Washington, D.C., is scheduled to vote on whether to add the name of a fallen Wisconsin police officer to its memorial of officers killed in the line of duty.
A state legislator from the Fox Valley says taxpayers shouldn't have to pay for decorative enhancements on highway construction projects.
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