Wis. VA Doctor, Nicknamed 'Candy Man,' To Surrender LicenseA former Tomah Veterans Administration Medical Center doctor accused of overprescribing opioids has agreed to surrender his medical license, documents released Wednesday show.
Gov. Walker Sends Letter In Support Of DeVos For Education SecretaryWisconsin Gov. Scott Walker has sent a letter of support for Betsy DeVos as U.S. education secretary. Walker's letter sent Monday to the leaders of the Senate committee that held her confirmation hearing Tuesday.
Wis. Doctor's Self-Written Obituary Goes ViralA Wisconsin woman, known for her sense of humor, is still pulling off some jokes after her death. Kay Ann Heggestad wrote her own obituary before she died, and now it's going viral.
Wisconsin Senate Passes Bill To Help Fund Cheese PlantThe Wisconsin state Senate has passed a bill extending tax incentives to help a cheese distributor.
Superior Shipyard Workers Test Positive For LeadHealth officials say more than 200 workers tested for lead exposure at a Superior shipyard had elevated levels of lead in their blood.
Sheriff's Office: 3 Arrested In Wis. After Slashing Tires At Veterans CenterThree people are in custody after allegedly slashing tires on multiple vehicles at a veterans center in Wisconsin Saturday.
Wis. Man Killed After Following Through On Threats To Bomb ApartmentPolice say a man in a small northwestern Wisconsin community was killed after he followed through on his threat to explode a bomb in his apartment building.
Wis. Black Residents Reflect On Obama's Legacy On MLK DayLanding between President Barack Obama's last major public appearance and President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration, this Martin Luther King Day takes on added significance for many blacks in Wisconsin.
Wis. Dem Says He Won't Attend Trump Inauguration U.S. Rep. Mark Pocan is joining those who say they will not attend Friday's inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump.
Wisconsin DNR Sees Job Cuts, Slashed BudgetGov. Scott Walker promised to transform the state Department of Natural Resources. And he has, cutting scientists, shrinking its budget and pushing the agency to be more receptive to industry.
Wis. Milk Producers Settle Class-Action Lawsuit For $52 MillionIf you bought milk in Wisconsin during the mid-2000s, you might be in line for a little cash.
Sheriff: Man, 80, Dies After CO Leaks Inside Wis. HomeAn 80-year-old man has been found dead inside his Wisconsin home where high levels of carbon monoxide were detected, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Office.

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