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A high-ranking Veterans Affairs official stopped in Tomah Friday as part of two investigations at the medical facility.
Authorities are investigating reports of beheaded chickens and roosters found in Milwaukee County parks.
The Milwaukee Bucks and Marquette University are teaming up to build a multipurpose center supporting collegiate and professional athletes, academic research and wellness initiatives.
Green Bay Packers tight end Andrew Quarless is encouraging people in Wisconsin fight against hunger by donating to the Defeat Hunger Bowl food drive.
La Crosse fire crews rescued a person who fell from the ice near the 7th Street boat landing on Thursday afternoon.
A 40-year-old woman from La Crosse was reported missing from a location in Waukon, Iowa on January 29 has been found safe.
A FedEx semi truck driver was injured in a crash early Friday morning in Jackson County.
Friday is Fun at Work Day, and what better way to celebrate than a look at some of the fun the News 8 This Morning crew had in January?
State health officials say three more children have died from flu complications in Wisconsin, bringing the total number of pediatric deaths to five.
Shifting his focus to Washington, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is expanding his political operation as he fights for early momentum in the increasingly crowded field of GOP White House prospects.
In a letter Thursday, Baldwin asked that VA Under Secretary Carolyn Clancy consider concerns not addressed in an earlier report.
The group of educators, health experts, and community leaders plan to take what they learned about fighting heroin use and apply it to other drugs like meth.
Success comes at a price for an area food pantry.
Over the summer the hill skiers land on was remodeled, making it safer for competitors.
The team of ski jumpers from Slovenia participating in this weekend's Snowflake Ski Jump says the event in Westby is the one it looks forward to all year.
It happened around 8 p.m. Wednesday at Johnny's North Star Bar on George Street.
A Grant County judge sentenced a 26-year-old man to 50 years in prison and 18 years of supervised release for robbing, kidnapping and killing a Platteville taxi driver.
Gundersen Health Plan and Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation announced Thursday they are exploring a new partnership.
George Nelson, a Madison business and community leader instrumental in the building of major civic projects, died Wednesday night. He was 76.
Rescue crews were called to the French Island spillway at about 10 a.m. Thursday for a report that someone may have fallen through the ice.