1 Dead, 3 Hospitalized After Wisconsin CrashOne person is dead and three are hospitalized after a single vehicle crash in Wisconsin Saturday morning.
Man Injured In Wisconsin After Semi OverturnsA man was hospitalized after his semi-truck overturned in Wisconsin Saturday morning.
Flood Waters Leaves 2 Dead In Small Wis. TownResidents of a tiny community which sits at the base of a bluff along the Mississippi River in southwestern Wisconsin are trying to put their lives back together after storms and flooding ripped the town apart and caused one death.
Wis. Man Dies After Mudslide Destroys His HomeAuthorities in western Wisconsin have recovered the body of a man whose home was destroyed by a mudslide amid heavy rains that drenched the region.
Flooding Closes Schools, Roads In Western Wis.It's a soggy start to the fall season in parts of Wisconsin. Heavy rain continues to fall in western Wisconsin where flooding has made some roads impassable. Neillsville, Granton, Greenwood and Loyal schools are among those closed Thursday with others delaying the start of classes.
Flooding, Mudslides Affect Travel In Western WisconsinMudslides and flooding caused by heavy rain are making travel difficult in some parts of western Wisconsin.
Wis. Judge Rules Transgender Male Student May Use Boys' BathroomA transgender student heads back to high school in Kenosha with the court's permission to use bathrooms consistent with his gender identity.
Wis. Boy Dies After Pickup Hits Go-Cart On HighwayA 13-year-old boy has died after driving his go-cart onto a rural highway in Buffalo County.
Wis. State Health Officials Ask Walker For Money For MedicaidWisconsin health officials are asking Gov. Scott Walker to increase Medicaid spending by $452 million in the upcoming state budget.
Gov. Walker Claims Nothing Illegal About Campaign DonationsGov. Scott Walker says there was nothing illegal about campaign donations from corporate leaders given to a conservative group that helped him and Republican legislators fend off recall challenges.
Jesus & Beer: Reconnecting With Religion Over Cold BrewAngela Caddell started struggling with her Christianity 14 years ago when she came out as gay. But a gathering at a bar to talk faith over a cold beer once a month is helping her feel more connected to her religion.
Attorneys for 'Making A Murderer's' Dassey Ask For Release With Appeal PendingAttorneys for the man convicted of helping his uncle kill a woman in a case profiled in the popular Netflix series "Making a Murderer" are asking for his release while his appeal is pending.

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