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A worker pulled a boom in a cranberry marsh during the fall 2011 harvest near Wisconsin Rapids, Wis.
The Common Core educational standards will not lead to fingerprinting, retinal scans and the loss of student privacy, as some Republicans fear, Democrats said Thursday in defending the guidelines used in Wisconsin since 2010.
A southeast Wisconsin man who made videos of himself sexually assaulting six young children has been sentenced to 145 years in prison.
The newest Wisconsin Economic Scorecard is out, and we learn what Wisconsinites think of a minimum wage hike and the proposed Menominee tribal casino in Kenosha.
The hearing Thursday is on legislation that would end the practice of letting police and sheriff's departments investigate themselves when people die in their custody.
Wisconsin high school students will have to take more math and science courses under a bill signed by Governor Scott Walker Wednesday.
The FDA earlier went against the recommendation of its advisory committee and OK'd the drug, the first hydrocodone-only drug in America.
A Wisconsin business with locations all around the state came together to help spread a little holiday cheer to less fortunate families.
Police say a college student found unconscious outside a neighbor's house in Duluth had been outdoors for more than nine hours in subzero temperatures and suffered severe hypothermia.
Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, hospitalized for exhaustion after completing a 20-kilometer run on Sunday, underwent an angioplasty on Monday to unblock two blood vessels.
Obamacare enrollment in Wisconsin quadrupled in the second month of the federal health insurance exchange, shooting from 877 people in October to 4,426 in November, according to the latest tallies released by the Department of Health and Human Services.
Peace Corps volunteers spend two years working in a developing country. Tasks might include teaching English, digging wells and tending gardens.
Snowy owls are moving through Wisconsin from northern Canada, and the state Department of Natural Resources and Wisconsin eBird say the birds are staging a possibly historic movement from the Great Lakes to the Atlantic coast.
Gov. Scott Walker's administration plans to schedule round table discussions around Wisconsin for people to discuss the state's tax code and propose changes.
The Cobra wrestlers lost their first match of the season on the road at Kenyon-Wanamingo, falling 57-12, including five forfeits.
A Sheboygan man convicted of helping run a drug ring that trafficked cocaine and marijuana from Texas to Wisconsin has been sentenced to more than 10 years in prison.