Updated: 01/28/2007 - The family of a New Richmond Navy sailor confirms that their son is among three sailors presumed dead in a helicopter crash in Southern California.
Updated: 01/29/2007 - Governor Jim Doyle says he'll provide enough money in his budget for the University of Wisconsin System to meet three major goals: to graduate more students, expand research and hold tuition hikes down to an average of about two-and-a-half percent over the next two years.
Posted: 01/28/2007 - Attorneys involved in the Steven Avery case will be back in court early Monday morning. A motions hearing is scheduled right before they start giving questionnaires to perspective jurors.
Updated: 01/27/2007 - A forensic pathologist, whose testimony in 1996 helped send a daycare provider to prison, says he no longer can stand by his conclusions at the time about shaken baby syndrome.
Posted: 01/27/2007 - Here's good news for last-minute income tax filers. The state Revenue Department says it's following the lead of federal tax collectors and setting the filing deadline as April 17th instead of the normal date of April 15th.
Updated: 01/27/2007 - A Wisconsin man who fell 16 stories from a downtown Minneapolis hotel last weekend is expected to leave the hospital tomorrow. Nancy Kindschy says her 29-year-old nephew Joshua Hanson will be going home to his parents' house in Blair, Wisconsin, to continue recovering.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - Three men face charges of hiding a corpse in the death of a Manitowoc man earlier this month. The body of 33-year-old Daniel Christensen was found in a roadside ditch the morning of January 12th.
Updated: 01/27/2007 - A local community is standing up for the rights of domestic partners --including gay and lesbian couples. Monona city council members are proposing a law that would give employees who are in a domestic partnership the same health care coverage they offer to married couples.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - A proposal with bipartisan support would require all girls entering 6th grade in Wisconsin to be vaccinated for a virus that leads to cervical cancer.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - Starting Monday, Milwaukee Public School officials are officially cracking down on cell phones in schools. Students have been calling in family and friends as reinforcements for fights, resulting in brawls outside and inside schools.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - Bail is set at $250,000 for a 34-year-old Oshkosh man facing 9 counts in an incident at a home there Monday night. The criminal complaint says the man broke down the front door of a woman's home and assaulted a male baby sitter with a pair of scissors and a steak knife.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - University of Wisconsin-Whitewater is escalating a legal battle with one of its former deans. State lawyers representing the university have filed suit seeking to recoup at least $10,000 Lee Jones allegedly spent for personal uses.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - UW-Milwaukee will open a center this spring to help military veterans who've lost limbs in the service. Congresswoman Gwen Moore helped secure funding for the $2.5 million center.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - A former Racine County Jail inmate has filed a $6 million claim against the county, saying jailers failed to give him his medication to prevent seizures.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - The stepbrother of the 13-year-old girl allegedly kept in isolation for months in her attic bedroom told an investigator his mother also hit the girl with a wooden spoon when she misbehaved.
Posted: 01/26/2007 - A coalition of hunters and farmers is warning people about the dangers of the rising wolf population in Wisconsin. They plan to buy TV air time at select locations throughout the state to get message out.