Police say a man has been killed in an industrial accident in Superior.
Ministry Health Care plans to lay off several hundred employees, citing a drop in the number of patients and cuts in federal reimbursement levels.
The number of poor is growing faster in the communities around Green Bay than in the city itself.
For Marshfield there may soon be a time when utility meter readers aren't needed anymore.
A Weston man is facing his 8th drunken driving charge in Wisconsin.
UPDATE: The girlfriend of a Wausau man accused of providing the heroin that killed him has pleaded not guilty in Marathon County.
The Winter school district will change its Native American logo that it's used for its sports teams.
The Wisconsin State Patrol plans to increase its use of air support this summer to crack down on speeders.
The Milwaukee Wave indoor soccer team will stay in downtown Milwaukee.
The Milwaukee Art Museum is offering free admission to veterans and active military members all summer starting on Memorial Day.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Advocates and opponents of common core standards for teaching math and English in Wisconsin were gathering for a joint hearing before the Legislature's education committees.
RIB MOUNTAIN, Wis. (AP) -- The Wisconsin State Patrol plans to increase its use of air support this summer to crack down on speeders.
UPDATED: The Milwaukee Brewers are planning to honor the Wauwatosa police officer who was gunned down Christmas Eve while on duty.
UPDATE: A bill that would prohibit law enforcement agencies in Wisconsin from using drones unless they have a search warrant or legitimate reason is up for a hearing Wednesday.
The Legislature's budget committee has approved Gov. Scott Walker's proposal requiring that able-bodied adults on Wisconsin's food stamps program spend at least 20 hours a week working or getting trained for a job.
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