An Edgerton woman who says her boss told her she made too much money for a woman files a federal discrimination lawsuit.
As the state mourns the death of a 21-year-old Wisconsin Marine is under investigation.
Assembly Speaker John Gard officially throws his hat in the ring for a Wisconsin Congress seat.
Grassroots groups are sprouting up all over Wisconsin waiting to help incoming evacuees.
The numbers are in, and Badger fans are proving to be very generous.
A grassroots effort from northeast Wisconsin hoping to bring some of the evacuees back to the Badger State is back empty handed.
Fraternities, sororities, and private dormitories may soon be forced to install fire sprinkler systems on every floor.
Local police need your help in finding three men believed to be involved in two separate robberies in downtown Madison.
Some Madison aldermen are pushing to loosen the city's smoking ban.
Madison residents are showing interest in a program designed to get guns off the streets.
Some took time this Labor day to enjoy the weather with good music, food, and other entertainment at Labor Fest.
Hundreds of runners and walkers took some time out of their Labor Day to benefit area children who have been sexually or physically abused.
More than 4 years after an E-coli outbreak, the stock pavilion at the U.W. is open once again.
National attention is about to turn to Sawyer County this week for the trial of Chai Vang.