Police in Menasha say details are still unfolding but there was a shooting on the Trestle Trail Bridge with multiple victims.
Scattered thunderstorms are developing in the northwest part of Wisconsin along a cold front and they will move southeastward overnight into…
The incident happened near the corner of St. George Street and Eastman Avenue.
Authorities say the man had been dead for several months.
State foresters say a wildfire that has burned hundreds of acres on the Menominee Indian Reservation for two days is now contained.
The fire started in open air in front of the lower level patio and storage area attached to The Campus Center.
Rev. Dave Pennell is raising awareness about homelessness in his area by walking nearly 200 miles.
Wildfires in central Wisconsin forced people to leave their homes Saturday.
Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said that her goal was not to maintain the curfew any longer than was necessary.
A group of around 15 people walked downtown Appleton to show unity in the community.
Dorothy Swenson and her 62-year-old son, Dennis Swenson, were killed in the fire, along with the family dog.
The Islamic Society of Central Wisconsin hopes to have construction complete within the next two years.
The latest case is in a commercial turkey flock in Barron County.
Jordy Nelson lets us know which teammates of his can play a little basketball.
Three weeks after Jordan Spieth won the Masters and emerged as the most likely rival, McIlroy reminded the world of his No. 1 ranking.
Scattered Thunderstorms Tonight and again Tuesday
Milwaukee, a big league-worst 7-18 following a 2-13 start, took two of three against the Cubs for its first series win of the year.
His late father won 10 times at the Alabama track.
The Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin conducted their first Secretarial Election in 46 years Saturday.
Recipe from Copps Food Center.
CALUMET COUNTY – The fourth suspect in a New Holstein home invasion and shooting is in custody at the Calumet County Jail. Officials say the…
The fair will feature ten booths selling tasty Asian, British, Dutch, French, German, Hawaiian, Italian, Latin American, Mid-Eastern, Yankee…
The historical building known as “The Finney House” will become the property of the Clintonville Historical Society later this year.