The nearly four-month manhunt is over.
The pandemic, clouds, cold and wind have meant limited viewing opportunities over the past three years at the historic observatory in Madison.
Free public viewing events have been ongoing at the historic UW-Madison facility since 1881.
Despite disagreement on the endorsement process and continued discourse within the party over the 2020 election, Republicans tried to champion a message of unity as the only way to defeat Gov. Tony Evers this fall.
Jeremy Arrington, 44, of Middleton, pleaded guilty earlier to one count of wire fraud. Authorities say several of the investors lost their retirement savings to Arrington.
Other industry experts say the situation is not as dire as it seems and note that Wisconsin, along with Minnesota and Iowa, have capacity to spare.
A disorderly conduct conviction can't disqualify someone from obtaining a permit to carry a concealed weapon in Wisconsin, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday in a unanimous decision that could dramatically broaden who can carry hidden firearms, knives and stun guns.
While the statement from nearly a dozen sheriffs doesn't cite examples, they accuse Jarchow of promoting misinformation and false attacks that they called "unparalleled in recent memory of political campaigns in the state."
Concerned that its "Chocolate City U.S.A." slogan has gone stale, Burlington is discussing rebranding itself as home of the Burlington Liars Club — and possibly making the club's fib contest an -event like Punxsutawney's Groundhog Day.
La Crosse's first year of allowing residents to skip mowing their lawns in the month of May has been a success, staff told the Board of Park Commissioners.
A judge in Brown County has ruled a woman accused of killing and dismembering a man in Green Bay is competent to stand trial.
On May 19, 2022, as reported by WisPolitics.com, a Dane County judge gave Assembly Speaker Robin Vos until June to ask Michael Gableman to answer questions about records in the former state Supreme Court justice's 2020 election investigation. This hearing was part of an ongoing lawsuit by th…
Police in Appleton say they have arrested a man who climbed onto a church roof with a gun and fired it into the air.
Judge Valerie Bailey-Rihn's frustrations with Michael Gableman continue to mount over the former state Supreme Court Justice's refusal to provide public records related to the GOP-ordered review into Wisconsin's 2020 election.
In a wide-ranging talk, UW Health CEO Dr. Alan Kaplan addressed the nursing shortage, new clinic plans and the relationship with UnityPoint Health.
Six people were hurt, including three firefighters, in an explosion and fire that rocked a Wisconsin marine construction company Thursday with a blast so thunderous it shook a nearby elementary school.
The closures are to allow crews to apply polymer overlays that waterproof bridge decks, increasing traction and extending pavement life.
Kohl's Corp. cut its annual earnings and sales forecast, as the department store chain joins a string of retailers stung with soaring inflation.
Thomas grew up mostly in the foster care system and at 8 years old was shot by his mother, who also suffered from mental illness.
Travis Flannery thought he knew about Dumpster diving, but figured people did it mainly to find food. Then, he started looking into its legality to see if it was something he wanted to do.
The Democratic U.S. Senate candidate got the same extension last year when he reported millions of dollars in personal wealth.
Most Congressional Republicans, including all five from Wisconsin, voted against spending $28 million on the FDA this week, in resistance of expanding government "bureaucracy."