A man was hit by a vehicle while walking in a crosswalk in Appleton overnight.
Gov. Scott Walker's administration released the preliminary figures late Thursday.
American colleges are increasing health screenings for students from West Africa because of the Ebola outbreak.
Roy Weatherall faces a maximum sentence of more than 200 years in prison.
The Eagle Diamonds are slated to finish their season on Sept. 13 against the Chicago Salmon.
Andy Steele is scheduled for an appearance in Dane County Circuit Court Friday afternoon.
The figures show the state collected $281.2 million less for the fiscal year that ended in June than was anticipated by the nonpartisan Legi…
Haven of Hope offered care for adults and children with special needs.
Team Industries in Kaukauna is expanding its facility and workforce.
Scott Tolzien and Matt Flynn each throw two TD passes in victory.
Crews caught the cat with a net.
More and more NFL fans are choosing the couch, over a stadium seat. It's a growing trend and the league and its teams are spending a lot of …
Kimberly-Clark says Americans throw away 17 billion cardboard tubes from toilet paper each year.
Thomas J. Sanders, originally from Sheboygan, was last seen in the city of Manitowoc as of 12:45 a.m. on Friday.
State-run television announced on Friday the preliminary results from the country's first census in three decades.
A symbolic shift for a site that was inaccessible to the public for years after the attacks, the plan reflects its increasing openness as mo…
Some parks departments nationwide are starting to embrace once-banned alcohol to shore up their budgets.
Scattered showers and thunderstorms through tomorrow with heavy rain possible at times.
Walker says he and Republicans who control the Legislature have been effective in keeping expenditures down, so that will be one approach du…
Huntington's Disease is a genetic disorder with no cure.
A man died in a rollover crash in Oconto county.
A Western Wisconsin man fell from a moving vehicle after climbing through the sunroof.
Even if your house is spotless, a government study finds your germs still exist.