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Mayor Jim Schmitt of Green Bay, Wis., has written a letter to Pope Francis inviting him to make a pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Green Bay when Francis makes a rumored trip to the United States in 2015 for the World Meeting of Families.
Brian C. Stowe faces more than 400 years in prison after police found images and videos of the women on his computer.
Sitting among the wooden pews in a packed Bethel Lutheran Church on Thursday evening to hear an address by Rev.
Three men accused of severely beating a man and repeatedly sexually assaulting his pregnant wife in a February home invasion in Madison, Wis.
The esteemed Madison architect has been following the process for the South Capitol Transit Oriented Development Study and decided to push a proposal he first made two decades ago, to replace a section of John Nolen Drive east of Monona Terrace with a grand park and esplanade connecting the public to Lake Monona.
A bomb blast in Afghanistan paralyzed Tomah native Dan Rose from the chest down in 2011.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
A spokeswoman for the Madison Fire Department tells 27 News there was actually no fire inside East High School Thursday afternoon.
The Columbia Journalism Review relays the news that two newspapers- The Fitchburg Star , near Madison, Wisconsin; and the Winston-Salem Chronicle -have recently taken money from their respective city halls in order to stay in print.
MADISON, Wis A bill to put more limits on early voting in Wisconsin appears to have an uncertain future, after the Senate passed it yesterday.
MADISON, Wis A new Wisconsin bill would make it a crime for you to track other people in their vehicles, by secretly putting GPS devices on them.
The newest trend in transportation has now found its way to Madison. Ridesharing companies Uber and Lyft use smart phone apps to connect customers with drivers who use personal cars to pick them up.
Madison police are warning University of Wisconsin students to lock their doors and windows, and to take other precautions to prevent burglaries before leaving town on spring break.
The Dane County Humane Society is speaking out against a proposed city ordinance mandating the spaying or neutering of most pit bulls.
That was the simple word of exclamation uttered by a young girl as she entered St. Mary Church in Fennimore on a recent Sunday morning.
Velvalea "Vel" Phillips, the first African-American woman to graduate from the University of Wisconsin-Madison law school, will be honored later this month with a Distinguished Alumni Award as the campus observes the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Civil Rights Act.