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A judge dismissed on Tuesday a liberal watchdog group's claims that a panel researching the possible impeachment of a Wisconsin Supreme Court justice violated the state's open meeting laws.
A gas leak on Highway 19 prompted an evacuation of more than 10 Marshall streets Tuesday night.
Wisconsin football's last two verbal commitments for its 2025 class have come from within the state of Wisconsin. Get to know the Germantown linebacker.
It’s like a long-playing record that gets stuck in a groove and keeps repeating. And repeating.
Packers wide receivers coach Jason Vrable can’t believe it took his guys this long to finally have a ball bounce — or not bounce — in their favor.
The Wisconsin offense has a significant hole to fill next season with the departure of standout running back Braelon Allen. Here's who could fill his shoes.
The investigation is ongoing.
Madison Police arrested two people following an assault on a Metro Transit driver late Friday night.
Wisconsin volleyball standout Sarah Franklin earned national player of the week honors after helping the Badgers sweep No. 1 Nebraska last week.
The defendant's lawyer said he believes the jury will find reasonable doubt as it listens to the evidence.
Wisconsin running back Braelon Allen made public his future plans with a social media post Tuesday.
Burke has defended his actions as being of service to the church and the papacy, saying it was his obligation to uphold church teaching and correct errors.
This year, hunters were met with warm temperatures and a lack of snow on opening weekend.
The investigation is ongoing and no arrests have been made.
A pair of Wisconsin football defenders earned recognition from the Big Ten Conference after helping the Badgers finish the regular season 7-5.
Charging by how much electricity vehicles use, not how long they take to recharge, could open the state up to more than $78 million in federal EV infrastructure grants.
Gardeners use the USDA map to guide what they plant and when because it indicates the average extreme minimum temperature in a given area.
"(Pell Pathway) allowed me to be a lot more ambitious, because I don't feel limited by financial burdens or having to work to sustain myself," freshman Enson Zheng said.
Voters' distaste of the presidential frontrunners has led to a rising number of third-party candidates that some say have the potential to spoil the race for Trump or Biden.
On a daily basis, car campers face challenges of keeping vehicles warm, gas, repair, accessing food, water, bathrooms, privacy and safety, officials said.