A Sun Prairie woman is being held for allegedly stealing a 6-month-old puppy from a car parked at a Division of Motor Vehicles office.
Planned Parenthood plans to end nonsurgical abortions at its Wisconsin clinics. The organization’s leaders say Planned Parenthood will continue to provide surgical abortions at its clinics in Madison, Milwaukee and the Appleton area.
First-term Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he’s looking forward to making his argument on why he should keep his job.
Republican presidential candidate U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas plans to campaign in Madison next week.
A Madison church hopes to draw sex offenders to a special adults-only service, according to a report in the Wisconsin State Journal.
Nobel laureate Carl Wieman is scheduled to speak in Madison this week about ways to improve science and engineering education.
A preliminary hearing will resume for the Madison couple accused of starving and torturing the man’s 15-year-old daughter.
A state appeals court says Wisconsin’s drunken driving laws apply on frozen lakes.
Wisconsin lawmakers are taking on a bill that would make teaching about contraception optional in sex education curriculum around the state.
Emergency personnel say a coroner’s office has identified a body removed from the Wisconsin River as a college student who went missing over the weekend.
A man who claimed to be the new manager of a Denny’s restaurant in Madison is facing charges after cooking himself a cheeseburger and fries before police showed up.
Federal judges on Tuesday postponed a trial over the state’s latest election maps, telling lawyers for both sides to spend the day determining whether lawmakers would consider drawing new maps.
When the malnourished 15-year-old awoke each morning, she could hear her family eating and getting ready for the day. If she felt especially brave or desperate she would call to her stepmother and beg for food, but usually she just went back to bed and hoped her hunger pangs went away.
A Florida girl who fell 100 feet from a Wisconsin amusement park ride has returned to the state for the first time since the accident, walking up to a news conference at a Madison hospital under her own power.
A Madison teen who was starved, beaten and sexually abused for years had run away on several occasions, and said she used to sneak outside and dig in the garbage for food.