8 hrs ago
Woman killed, two injured in crash
Three people were taken to University of Wisconsin Hospital and one of them died after a two-vehicle crash in the Town of Deerfield Sunday afternoon, according to the Dane County Sheriff's Office.
8 hrs ago
State to investigate Friday's deadly shooting on the east side
The Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation has taken over the investigation of the shooting death in Madison of a man who allegedly charged police officers with a sword.
14 hrs ago
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Police shoot man in Madison
MADISON Three Madison officers are on administrative leave Saturday morning after a man is shot multiple times on the city's east side and dies.
Sat May 18, 2013
Madison Officers Shoot 43-year-old Man with Sword
Dane County Sheriff's Lt. Charles Immel says Madison police were called to the man's condo building after sheriff's deputies were unsuccessful in serving the man with an eviction notice Friday morning.
Madison police shoot man in standoff
Three Madison officers are on administrative leave Saturday morning after a man is shot multiple times on the city's east side and dies.
Stars and Stripes
Court-martialed veteran still gets job preference, Wisconsin court rules
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee must give a job applicant veteran's preference even though the Navy discharged him for bad conduct after a court martial, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
Milwaukee County court commissioner sentenced for tax violations
Geneva McKinley, 49, was sentenced Thursday to five days in jail as a condition of 18 months of probation.
Fri May 17, 2013
Mayor calls 40-min. railway crossing delay 'horrendous'
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is calling on the Wisconsin Southern Railroad to make significant changes to its policies at railroad crossings after an incident last month he labeled "horrendous." About 6 minutes after after this surveillance image was taken April 9, the 131-car Wisconsin Southern train shown stalled traffic at East Washington Avenue.
Thu May 16, 2013
Stabbing leads to attempted homicide arrest
A Middleton woman was arrested on suspicion of attempted homicide after a stabbing Thursday morning, according to the Dane County Sheriff's Office.
Teen convicted in gang turf war shooting
A Dane County jury delivered the verdict for, 19-year-old Demitrius Matticx, who was convicted of first-degree intentional homicide and three counts of first-degree reckless endangerment in a parking lot shooting that killed 20-year-old Jonathan Wilson.
Damage at Dane County farm blazed exceeds $500,000
A fire engulfed a barn and two sheds containing farm equipment worth more than half a million dollars in the Town of York in Dane County Wednesday afternoon.
Wed May 15, 2013
Rare 'heat burst' hits southern Wisconsin, leading to wind damage
Meteorologists called Tuesday night's windy conditions from Dane County east to Milwaukee County a "heat burst." The water in the air evaporated before it hit the ground, causing the air to warm and whoosh to the ground in a sudden, hot burst.
Dane Co. Couple Bikes Across U.S. to Raise Money for Service Dog Program
A Dane County couple is just back from a 2,900 mile cross-country trip they completed on their bicycles.
Tue May 14, 2013
Man killed in 2-vehicle crash identified
The man killed in a two-vehicle fatality crash in the town of Westport last week is identified as Mark B. Greimel, 59, of Spring Green, according to the Dane County Sheriff's Office.
WBAY-TV Green Bay
Wis. Assembly to vote on bill blocking injunctions
The state Assembly is expected to take up a Republican bill that would allow attorneys to nullify court rulings blocking state laws by filing quick appeals.
Mon May 13, 2013
Bike To Work week kicks off
Volunteers lined the bike path and other parts of Madison this morning to kick start Bike to Work Week.
The Janesville Gazette
Evansville hopes to resume rail service 150 years after trains began rolling
Evansville is planning to celebrate its 150th anniversary of rail service with events July 19 and July 20 at Creekside Place, 102 Maple St.
TRC Board Rarely Speaks Out About Legislation
But not this time! AB183 Will Harm Both Tenants and Landlords - Tenant Resource Center Board of Directors Speaks Out in Opposition of Bill Being Voted on Tomorrow The Tenant Resource Center Board of Directors is proud of its long-standing service to both tenants and landlords throughout Wisconsin and does not often weigh in on legislative matters ... (more)
New Alice In Dairyland begins one-year term
UNDATED Kristin Olson will begin her one-year term as Wisconsin's Alice-in-Dairyland on June third.
Sun May 12, 2013
Traffic to slow on John Nolen for training drill
Emergency responders plan to assess response skills and train in a multi-agency drill Monday afternoon, organizers said.