State Of Emergency Declared After 2 Fires Break Out In Downtown MadisonCrews battled a large fire at Madison Gas and Electric Friday morning, according to reports from WISC-TV in Madison.
Farmer In Western Minnesota Fatally Pinned Under ATVAuthorities were notified at 3 a.m. Friday that a farmer had been out spraying on an ATV and had not returned home.
1 Man Dies, Another In Critical Condition After Swim Portion Of TriathlonAuthorities in Madison say one man died and another was in critical condition after being pulled from Lake Monona during the swim portion of the Ironman 70.3 Wisconsin triathlon.
Wisconsin Sees Honey Production Drop In 2018Federal data shows Wisconsin's honey production fell by nearly a quarter last year. Wisconsin Public Radio reports that the National Agricultural Statistics Service found the state produced 2.3 million pounds of honey in 2018, which is 23% less than 2017.
Wisc. Republican Legislators To Join Union LawsuitRepublican legislators plan to intervene in a new lawsuit challenging restrictions on public workers' unions. GOP lawmakers passed a law known as Act 10 in 2011 that stripped almost all public workers of their collective bargaining rights.
Madison Investigates 3rd Homicide In 1 WeekPolice say it was a targeted shooting and not an attempted robbery of the 7-Eleven store.
UW Madison Student Accused Of Several Sexual Assaults ExpelledA UW-Madison disciplinary committee has decided to expel a student accused of sexually assaulting and harassing nearly a dozen women.
Fmr. Wisconsin Deputy Who Killed Wife, Sister In Law DiesA former Wisconsin sheriff's deputy who killed his wife and sister-in-law but was found not legally responsible because of his ailing health has died.
Settlement Reached In Wis. Police Shooting CaseTony Robinson's shooting sparked protests throughout the city and calls for examination of police use of force.
Wisconsin Students Demand Free Tuition For Black StudentsThe University of Wisconsin-Madison's student government is demanding free tuition for black students.
Wisconsin Celebrates Capitol Turning 100 With Months-Long CelebrationThis year marks a notable milestone for the state Capitol: its 100th anniversary. A bipartisan commission is planning a months-long celebration designed to reach people around the state whether they can travel to Madison or not.
Madison Bristles After Congressman Calls City 'Communist Community' Republican congressman from northern Wisconsin who derided Madison as a communist haven is not backing down from his comments even as those in the capital city that prides itself as being "77 square miles surrounded by reality" take offense.
Madison Man Charged With Stabbing Man Over Vikings InflatableAuthorities have charged a Madison man in a confrontation involving a Minnesota Vikings inflatable yard decoration in Stoughton.
Police: Suspected Drunk Driver Opens Beer In Front Of OfficersMadison police say a suspected drunken driver disobeyed an order to get out of her car and instead cracked open a beer in front of the officer who stopped her.
Wis. Governor Approves Revision To Voter ID ProcessPeople working to obtain state photo identification without the proper underlying documents will be able to vote with a receipt they'll receive within days of submitting their ID request under an emergency rule Gov. Scott Walker signed Wednesday.