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Two people were killed Tuesday when the motorcycle they were riding was rear-ended while they were stopped for a turning vehicle on Highway 33 in Columbia County, the Wisconsin State Patrol reported.
I want President Joe Biden to know that I support him. I believe he wants to do the very best for the U.S. He should keep at it.
Consider again the Second Amendment. Its original meaning and intent have been twisted like a pretzel by powerful gun-rights lobbyists and their pro-life political toadies.
We don't need a gas tax holiday.
The political cartoonist who charged that the Madison Diocese doesn’t care about shepherding progressives in last Thursday's newspaper exhibits an ignorant knowledge of facts.
Luis Arias and Andrew McCutchen homer during Milwaukee's two-game series opening 5-3 win at Tampa.
The 24th overall pick in Thursday's draft says he feels "like I can flourish with this team.”
"I wanted to show that it's America, but kind of rebellious … not just the same old, same old," said the high school student who designed the new pattern.
Free weekly concert series resumes Thursday outside the historic Dean House on Monona Drive.
A developer is proposing to convert the two-story, 197-room Madison Plaza Hotel, 3841 E. Washington Ave., into 155 to 190 lower-cost studio and one-bedroom apartments and amenities for residents, the second proposal to convert the hotel to housing in the…
Two new, huge video screens will give outdoor audience a better view of Motown-themed concert Wednesday.
Coleslaw is a salad of finely cut cabbage and dressing; its name derived from the Dutch words for cabbage and salad.
A judge on Tuesday found probable cause the boy committed the crime.
The driver died after crashing the truck in the town of Hubbard Tuesday afternoon.
Gehring has worked in the Beaver Dam School District since 2002 and has been an associate principal and the athletic director and activities director since 2013.
While pointing out that there is always a risk of blackouts, Nowak said it would take a “perfect storm” to trigger forced outages.
While there's no consensus on whether the 1849 law is in effect, the threat of prosecution led Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin to halt abortions in the state.
Liberal watchdog group American Oversight on Tuesday filed a lawsuit and emergency motion seeking to stop the the deletion of public records by the GOP-ordered review headed by Michael Gableman.