Wis. Voters Weigh In On Supreme Court Pick, Treasurer FutureWe're also watching for the outcome of the mayoral race in Hudson, between incumbent Rich O'Connor and council president John Hoggatt.
Jeffrey Dahmer's Lawyer Suspended In WisconsinThe Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday suspended serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer's attorney for two months over a series of ethics violations tied largely to an attempt to help a client recover money spent on fake John Lennon memorabilia.
Wis. Court Ends Probe Of Presidential Hopeful WalkerThe Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday ended a secret investigation into whether Republican Gov. Scott Walker's campaign illegally coordinated with conservative groups in winning his 2012 recall election.
Wis. Supreme Court Upholds Collective Bargaining LawThe Wisconsin Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the 2011 law that effectively ended collective bargaining for most public workers, sparked massive protests and led to Republican Gov. Scott Walker's recall election and rise to national prominence.
Court Upholds Parents' Convictions In Prayer Death A mother and father who prayed instead of seeking medical help as their daughter died were properly convicted of homicide, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled Wednesday in a decision that dramatically limits legal immunity for parents who turn to God rather than science to heal their children.
Lawyers To Ask Wis. Court To Rule In Prayer DeathA couple who prayed while their daughter slowly died of diabetes will try Tuesday to persuade the state Supreme Court to overturn their homicide convictions, arguing state law protects them from prosecution.
Wis. Court: Regulators Properly Approved Wind FarmWisconsin regulators properly approved a Madison-based utility's plan to build a wind farm in Minnesota, the state Supreme Court ruled Wednesday.
Wis. Court Challenger Declares VictoryLittle-known attorney JoAnne Kloppenburg has declared victory over incumbent state Supreme Court Justice David Prosser.
Appeals Court Cedes Wis. Union Law To Higher CourtA state appeals court declined to rule Thursday on whether to allow a law stripping public employee unions of nearly all their collective bargaining rights to take effect, saying the issue should be decided by the Wisconsin Supreme Court.