Updated: 02/10/2007 - The work of food animal veterinarians protects animals and the food supply, but experts predict a shortfall of graduates in the field throughout the next 10 years.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - A long legal battle over conditions at Wisconsin's toughest prison could end next year. Inmates at the Wisconsin Secure Program Facility and state attorneys reached a deal today in federal court.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - A truck driver distracted by his digital music player tipped his semi on Interstate 43 in Sheboygan County, spilling about 40 tons of cow intestines.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - A Gays Mills couple has added three more girls to the family -- all at once. The triplets born to Stacy and Ellen Chamberlain this week are rare in more than one way.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - A Sheboygan woman is accused of neglecting her children by leaving them in a freezing car while she visited a tanning salon.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - Former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson has opened a campaign office in Iowa as he considers a run for president. The 65-year-old Thompson will make his 6th visit of the year to Iowa tomorrow.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - The Wisconsin Hospital Association is preparing to fight a possible new tax to fund rising health care costs for the poor. Governor Doyle is expected to proposed a tax on hospitals in order to produce millions in matching revenue.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - A Janesville man has pleaded guilty in federal court to making films of child porn. 27-year-old Jeremy Schade faced 8 counts of producing child pornography.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - A jury is seated in Steven Avery's homicide trial. 8 women and 8 men will hear the case against the Manitowoc County man accused of killing Teresa Halbach, a photographer who came to the Avery family property October 31st, 2005 to do some freelance work.
Posted: 02/09/2007 - UW System regents voted today to adopt a policy that requires admissions officials to consider race and income when deciding which students to admit.
Posted: 02/08/2007 - 3 University of Wisconsin professors in Madison say a new state law forcing sexual predators to wear tracking devices for the rest of their lives is unconstitutional.
Posted: 02/08/2007 - UW-Police have a identified a suspect whom they say walked into a dorm room, grabbed a girl by the throat and then demanded money. It happened just before midnight Tuesday in the "A" tower of Witte hall.
Posted: 02/08/2007 - Mothers could breast-feed their children in any public place under a bill introduced in the state Legislature. Wisconsin would join 30 other states with similar laws if the measure passes.