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A convenience store clerk was struck in the head by a suspect wielding a hammer Tuesday night in Middleton, with the suspect fleeing the store without taking anything.
Writing a food column requires an assortment of ingredients, especially with the change of seasons that I happen to love with a passion.
Hook's 15-year cheddar remains popular and unique.
This week's recipe received honorable mention in the State Journal's casseroles category in 1979 and was submitted by Kathy Hoffland of Madison.
Andrew Maraniss, son of best-selling author David Maraniss, stakes his own claim with a new biography of the first black basketball player in the Southeastern Conference.
It used to be that the first Tuesday in November was Election Day, but now it is the last day of Election Month.
On Saturday nights, camps often held “stag dances” with half of the hairy, bearded loggers acting the role of women.
Congratulations to all of the winners in Tuesday’s election. Let’s give all of them the benefit of the doubt and a chance to succeed.
Zak Showalter knows he doesn’t have to be a big scorer on a University of Wisconsin men’s basketball team loaded with talented offensive players.
Nicki Kenseth died in January 2012 at age 63 from complications of Alzheimer's.
Luke Reigel expects to learn a lot about his team tonight, but the UW-Parkside men’s basketball coach doesn’t want the gathering of information to stop there.
Democrats rebuffed in effort to slow down conservative legislation.
Fifth-year senior goalkeeper Genevieve Richard was one of five University of Wisconsin players to earn All-Big Ten honors when the conference announced its season-ending awards Tuesday.
The Middleton boys volleyball team stands one victory away from a return trip to the WIAA state tournament.
INDIANAPOLIS — Milwaukee’s road skid is over, thanks to its first victory in Indiana in four years.
Schimel, the Republican district attorney of Waukesha County, beat Susan Happ, the Democratic district attorney of Jefferson County.
Wisconsin voters have agreed to change the state constitution to prevent the state transportation fund from being siphoned to pay for other needs.
The Dodgeville plan would have built a high school and closed a rural elementary school.
Conservative Republican state Sen. Glenn Grothman won Wisconsin's only open U.S. House seat to succeed the more moderate Tom Petri.