Census: Incomes In Wis. Fell Between 2009 And 2014New data from the U.S. Census Bureau shows the median household income fell in two-thirds of Wisconsin counties between 2009 and 2014.
Ex-Mayor Of Wis. Town Facing 2 Felony Misconduct ChargesA former mayor of Cedarburg is accused of using his position as a registered notary public to try to get his 19-year-old daughter out of an underage drinking ticket.
Walker Says He Wouldn't End Same-Day Registration In Wis. Gov. Scott Walker said Wednesday that the cost of eliminating same-day voter registration convinced him to oppose repealing the law, even though he previously said he would sign a bill to do that.
Winona Graduate Injured In Colo. Theater Shooting A Wisconsin native was recovering Friday after the deadly shooting rampage at a Denver area movie theater showing the new Batman movie.
Walker, Barrett Trade Jabs Over Crime Statistics Gov. Scott Walker and his recall challenger, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett, traded jabs Thursday over a media report that questions whether Milwaukee police misrepresented crime statistics.
Records: 20 Wis. Docs Disciplined Over Sick Notes Newly released records show the University of Wisconsin-Madison's medical school disciplined 20 doctors for writing sick notes for protesters during last years' labor demonstrations at the state Capitol.
Cain Faces Questions About Campaign FinancingRepublican presidential candidate Herman Cain is investigating possible improper financial arrangements between a charity and his campaign.
Wis. War Memorial Needs $5.3M In RepairsA Milwaukee County audit shows that the War Memorial Center needs $5.3 million in repairs to stop a leakage problem that is threatening the $750 million art collection that's stored in the building.