Wausau police shoot, kill suspect in domestic incident 5/2/2016 3:31 am UTC
Police told reporters Sunday that officers responded to a domestic incident at an apartment building, and a suspect grabbed a knife during the interaction with police.
Tribute paid to 2 sons who died in Civil War, and a mother who succumbed to grief 5/2/2016 1:35 am UTC
Tribute was paid Sunday at a chest-high stone that stands as testimony to service to the nation, the suffering of war and a mother’s grief.
Nik Kovac may be paying price for backing council challengers 5/2/2016 1:29 am UTC
Rumors have been flying since this spring’s election that several members of Milwaukee’s Common Council were aiming to punish Kovac for getting involved in other aldermen’s races by backing their c
Email from insider led to Epic Systems' $940 million legal win 5/2/2016 1:00 am UTC
The Verona health-care software company sued Tata Consultancy alleging some Tata employees improperly downloaded thousands of Epic documents, including some trade secrets. Tata plans to appeal.
As Bunzel's Old-Fashioned Meat Market expands, family feel is front and center 5/2/2016 12:59 am UTC
After 22 years at 84th and Burleigh, Bunzel’s has moved into the former Artist and Display building, tripling the space overall and doubling the size of the retail store.
Amid cuts, UW System campuses seek to preserve student advising 5/2/2016 12:56 am UTC
The way students are advised on some campuses is evolving with technology that uses predictive analytics and real-time data to help advisers quickly identify students who are struggling.
Report shows concerns within Walker administration about civil service overhaul 5/1/2016 6:04 pm UTC
An unsigned memo last October from within a Walker administration agency blasted the then-proposed overhaul of the century-old civil service system, the State Journal reports.
Couple's love transcends early onset dementia 5/1/2016 3:36 am UTC
Mike Grassel was diagnosed with dementia at age 43. Now he and his wife, Julie, lovingly face a future they know will lead to more and more lost memories.
One year in, CEO Marchionni shakes up tradition-minded Lands' End 5/1/2016 1:55 am UTC
The financial performance of Lands’ End in the first year under new CEO Federica Marchionni has been downbeat, and so are some of the assessments of her leadership.
Green and gold nuptials: Fan to marry into Packer name 5/1/2016 12:10 am UTC
When Ryan Holtan-Murphy, a big Packers fan, met his future bride, she said her name was Marie. Last name Packer. When they get married next year, it will become his last name, too.
Easing racial disparities tops Chris Abele's 2nd term agenda 4/30/2016 10:31 pm UTC
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele starts his second four-year term with an agenda to reduce racial disparities in jobs, education, wellness, incarceration and housing.
Back home, Speaker Ryan's standing improves with voters outside his party 4/30/2016 9:57 pm UTC
Paul Ryan’s popularity has ticked upward in his home state of Wisconsin since he became House speaker. But the improvement has come entirely from voters outside his conservative Republican base, a
Renovate? Replace? County residents weigh in on future of Domes 4/30/2016 9:55 pm UTC
A listening session was held at the Mitchell Park Conservatory one day after the Show Dome reopened following months of repairs.
Job market for recent college grads reaches post-recession height 4/30/2016 3:25 am UTC
College graduates of all majors are entering a job market with the most positive outlook since 2008, according to recent surveys.
Mark Gundrum, Jim Troupis to apply for high court vacancy 4/30/2016 3:21 am UTC
State Appeals Judge Mark Gundrum and Dane County Circuit Judge Jim Troupis said Friday they plan to apply for an upcoming vacancy on the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Milwaukee seeks $20 million grant for streetcar extension 4/30/2016 2:02 am UTC
The grant would allow the next extension to stretch north to the new arena and the downtown convention center — and bring the streetcar closer to Bronzeville.
No-confidence measure punctuates tumultuous year for UW 4/29/2016 11:40 pm UTC
More than half the state’s public universities are contemplating drastic votes of no confidence in University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross and the governing Board of Regents.
Prosecutors: Walker campaign, conservative group 'one and the same' 4/29/2016 9:25 pm UTC
Milwaukee County DA John Chisholm and other prosecutors told the U.S. Supreme Court the Republican governor’s campaign “in effect owned and controlled” the Wisconsin Club for Growth.