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Nearly two months after a 12-year-old Wisconsin girl was stabbed by her friends who wanted to pay tribute to 'Slenderman,' the victim's family says somebody anonymously donated a military purple heart to the girl.
Western Technical College is getting $1.5 million in Wisconsin Fast Forward grant money to get welding and medical assistant students off the wait list and into high-demand jobs faster.
On the evening of July 20, 2014 mayflies hatched along along the Mississippi river between Minnesota and Wisconsin in such great numbers that they were picked up by radar resembling light rain.
Low to middle income Wisconsinites who signed up for Obamacare might not get the federal subsidies they were counting on.
A decision by a federal appeals court Tuesday could jeopardize subsidies for Wisconsin families who purchased health care through federal exchange plans.
A writer for the conservative Wall Street Journal's opinion page has published a piece criticizing GOP Gov. Scott Walker for his TV ad accusing his Democratic foe, Mary Burke, of profiting from Trek Bicycles' outsourcing of manufacturing jobs to the low-wage nation of China.
The recent cool and dry weather slowed down the maturity of Wisconsin's corn crop -- but it let farmers make a lot of hay this past week.
An unoccupied cell in the segregation unit at Waupun Correctional Institution. The cells are small, with a narrow window and concrete and steel furnishings.
Workers clean up after a train derailment in Slinger, Wis., Monday, July 21, 2014.
The Zoo Interchange closure over the weekend didn't cause too many problems for drivers, but the shutdowns aren't over.
It's official: The Julien Dubuque/U.S. Highway 20 bridge connecting Iowa to Illinois over the Mississippi River is now closed for 10 days.
Wisconsin Democrats will decide in a few weeks, who they want running for state Attorney General.
The federal marketplace for health care plans saw a low turnout among people moved off the state's Medicaid program, according to new figures from the state Department of Health Services.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
The Wisconsin Department of Revenue says roughly $3.4 million in lottery winnings were not claimed by lucky ticket holders last year.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 05:03 am
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