Posted: 03/11/2007 - Daylight-saving time has arrived. It came three weeks early this year thanks to legislation that also extends it a week longer.
Updated: 03/11/2007 - A UW history professor is honored for his contributions to the African American community.
Posted: 03/11/2007 - They call themselves the 'Equality Riders' and they're traveling the country working to end discrimination against homosexuals.
Updated: 03/11/2007 - Three people are in custody following a drug bust at a Wisconsin Dells hotel.
Updated: 03/11/2007 - A former Evansville police sergeant is charged with supplying local bars with an alcoholic concoction he produced on his kitchen stove and sold for 10-dollars a bottle.
Posted: 03/11/2007 - Spring may be on the way, but that doesn't mean flu season is over. State health officials say high volumes of influenza and respiratory illness have been reported in northeastern and southern Wisconsin.
Posted: 03/11/2007 - Authorities say a Prairie du Chien man, who was unloading a truck at a lumber business, was killed when he was hit by a log.
Posted: 03/10/2007 - The groundhog predicted an early spring, and daylight-saving time is coming early this year, too.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - A forensic anthropologist from Canada took the stand today for the defense of Steven Avery. Avery is on trial for allegedly killing and burning the body of Teresa Halbach in 2005.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - Milwaukee police are looking for a man who attacked and raped a woman in her home this afternoon. Police say the assault happened about 12:30 pm on the city's east side.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - Steven Avery's attorneys are trying to discredit the FBI's assessment that a vial of Avery's blood could not have been used to plant evidence against him.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - Both Governor Doyle and the state Department of Transportation's head attorney are denying there was any contact between the governor and the DOT related to a tax dispute involving trucking companies once owned by Doyle's top donor.
Updated: 03/10/2007 - A report says Wisconsin women, as a group, are still earning smaller paychecks than men.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - A Wisconsin Innocence Project attorney contends a former Waunakee day-care provider doesn't need to prove who or what killed a 7-month-old infant who was in her care in 1995, only that there's enough doubt that a jury should decide.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - The La Crosse Common Council's approved a public intoxication ordinance in an effort to address binge drinking in the community where 8 intoxicated men have drowned since 1997.
Posted: 03/09/2007 - Wisconsin Senator Herb Kohl will hold a food safety hearing Monday at Verona with top US Food and Drug Administration officials.