A Wisconsin man with 16 drunken driving convictions in three states is headed to prison.
C.G. Bretting Manufacturing has issued a statement regarding the union’s decision to strike after refusing a contract offer last week.
In Wisconsin more than 3,000 people were hurt last year and 143 people were killed because of alcohol related crashes, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
The Closs family is still grieving Jim and Denise, and the disappearance of their niece Jayme Closs.
The excitement is in the air. “This is huge for us. This is one of our busiest times of the year,” said Daniel Parkinson. Daniel
Expect primarily snow away from Lake Superior, but close to the lake we have primarily rain.
Gov. Scott Walker says in his first comments to reporters since his election defeat that “We’re not going to retreat. The state of Wisconsin is not going to go backwards.”
The Wisconsin DOJ is now a week and a half past their deadline to release the full report of an officer-involved shooting that happened in Superior in on October 5th of this year.
You can expect a “drinking checkup” when you visit the doctor.
An environmental group has sued the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to preserve federal protections for gray wolves and force the agency to develop a national recovery plan for the species.
A Barron County judge has ruled there is enough evidence to move forward with the case against Kyle Jaenke-Annis.
Some turmoil Tuesday in the village of Lake Nebagamon in Wisconsin as community members are turning to the village board for answers.
A state appeals court isn’t letting a man withdraw his guilty plea in a gruesome northern Wisconsin homicide.