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The two teenage Wisconsin boys accused of killing one of their great-grandmothers have given widely varying accounts of the murder.
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Among a colony of common terns now nesting in northern Wisconsin are 15 birds whose tiny legs now sport the latest in technology.
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A Wisconsin State Journal report says the system board is set to consider 2014 rates on Thursday.
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A medical examiner has testified that a slain 78-year-old Wisconsin woman was struck at least 27 times with sharp and blunt objects.
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Barn swallows swept low over the water on the lake's northeastern end, plucking their first meals of the day from the air.
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Eric Genrich, D-Green Bay, and Gordon Hintz, D-Oshkosh. Wisconsin ranks 44th in the nation in job creation, 45th in wages and dead last in short-term job growth.
Republicans privately negotiated a series of last-minute changes to the Wisconsin budget Tuesday designed to smooth its passage, including removing a cap on a popular tax credit program for disabled veterans and delaying the loosening of requirements for high-capacity wells.
"Wisconsin is open for business," said the bumper stickers, the signs on the Wisconsin-Illinois border, the press releases, the elected officials and the actions of state government since January 2011.
The U.S. House later today is expected to vote on a bill that would place a national ban on abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
The Department of Natural Resources on Tuesday finalized their proposed kill quotas for the state's second wolf season, setting the mark at 275 wolves.
Minnesota is levitating. The state is lifting away from Wisconsin and heading off into the 21st century while Wisconsin is working hard to reestablish the economy and social mores of the Dark Ages.
Wisconsin Republicans are looking to curtail public access to an iron mine site in far northwestern Wisconsin in hopes of stopping protesters from interfering with the project.
The Wisconsin Senate is getting ready to vote on a bill that would limit terms for board members at Gov. Scott Walker's troubled quasi-public jobs agency.
Maple syrup producer Mike Jacque taps a tree March 26, 2013 in his sugar bush near Thorp, Wis.
As the Legislature prepares to begin debating the two year state budget, State Superintendent of Public Instruction Tony Evers is asking members to consider changes to the proposal.
Gov. Scott Walker says the first state-inspected meat processor has started shipping meat across state lines under a federal-state deal announced two years ago.