Wis. Man Can Wear Pasta Strainer In License PicA Madison man has won his fight to wear a pasta strainer on his head for his driver's license photo. The state wasn't too keen about Michael Schumacher's desire to wear the colander on his head for the photo.
Wis. Man Accused Of Trying To Join ISIS Found CompetentA psychologist says a Wisconsin man charged with trying to join the Islamic State militant group is competent to stand trial.
Wis. State Assembly To Vote on Allowing Christmas Trees In ChurchesThe state Assembly is set to vote on a bill prohibiting government officials from banning live Christmas trees in churches and the state Capitol rotunda.
Wis. Man, Named Beezow Doo-Doo Zopittybop-Bop-Bop, Accused Of Assaulting Cop & DeputyA Wisconsin man with a highly unusual legal name has been arrested yet again. This time, he's accused of assaulting a college officer and a deputy.
1 Injured In Shooting At Madison, Wis. MallA 911 dispatcher says shots were fired at the East Towne Mall in Madison, Wisconsin. A 911 dispatcher says shots were fired at the East Towne Mall in Madison, Wisconsin. The East Towne Mall was closed due to an unspecified security issue.
Despite Objections, Wadena Votes To Remove Nativity Scene From ParkA nativity scene that has been part of the Wadena's Christmas decorations at Burlington Northern Park for years will no longer be displayed.
New Gov. Walker Commission Focuses On Gov't EfficiencyA new bipartisan commission created by Gov. Scott Walker to make government more efficient is meeting for the first time. Walker created the commission on government reform, efficiency and performance by executive order earlier this week.
Wis. Judge Allows Chippewa Tribe To Hunt Deer At NightA federal judge has ruled Chippewa tribes can hunt deer at night beginning next month across most of northern Wisconsin, a decision that restores a tribal right lost after the bands gave the land to the government in the 19th century.
Jury Rules Apple Infringed On UW Tech PatentA federal jury has found Apple Inc. infringed on a technology patent held by the foundation that protects the University of Wisconsin's intellectual property. The U.S. District Court jury in Madison rejected claims from the technology giant that the patent was invalid and no infringement took place.
Plane Makes Emergency Landing In Wisconsin FieldA Minnesota pilot and his passenger walked away from an emergency landing Saturday morning. The small plane from Montevideo started having engine problems near Madison, Wisconsin.
Sources: Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker To Bow Out Of Presidential RaceAfter a rough showing in a recent debate and dropping poll numbers, Gov. Scott Walker is placing his 2016 bid for the White House on hold.
Funeral For Family Of 5 Found Dead Set For SundayThe funeral for the family of five found dead in their Lake Minnetonka home will be held this Sunday in Eden Prairie.
Walker Administration Assigns Armed Guards To DOJ OfficesGov. Scott Walker's administration plans to post armed security guards at the entrances to the state Department of Justice's Madison headquarters. The guards will go on duty beginning Sept. 1. A guard has been stationed at a desk at the main lobby entrance but doesn't carry a weapon.
Family Files Lawsuit In Biracial Man's DeathThe family of a biracial man who died at the hands of a Madison police officer earlier this year has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit.
Police: Wis. Man Arrested After Leaving 4 Dogs, 7 Cats In Hot SUVA 64-year-old man has been arrested in a Madison store parking lot after police say he left four dogs and seven cats in a hot vehicle.