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Harley-Davidson's fourth-quarter earnings slipped as a stronger U.S. dollar hurt the motorcycle maker's bottom line, which still topped analyst expectations.
The University of Minnesota is pushing beyond its Twin Cities campus for smoke-free housing.
A judge has given the Dioceses of New Ulm and Duluth until Feb.17 to turn over documents pertaining to alleged clergy sex abuse dating back to 1949.
A bipartisan group of state lawmakers from southeastern Wisconsin are renewing their call on Gov. Scott Walker to reconsider his rejection of a new casino in Kenosha.
The Holmen Police Department is investigating a burglary and arson at 502 Long Coulee Road.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers surprised four kids who lost their father in the military.
Filet Mignon with Pinot Noir-Pomegranate Sauce
Beef and Cabbage Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce
Lentils with Spinach and Cheese
It's no go for a pope show in Green Bay this year.
A southern Minnesota man is accused of choking his girlfriend and biting off part of her ear after earlier setting her cat on fire.
A Wisconsin appeals court says a state requirement that singers in the state Capitol obtain a permit was unconstitutional.
Xcel Energy and two railroads have settled a lawsuit over contamination at the lakefront in Ashland.
St. Paul police are investigating a group assault in a downtown skyway that left a 23-year-old man with a bloody face and his 59-year-old friend with a broken wrist.
Dean Foods says it will close its dairy plant in Sheboygan.
Berlin Area School District officials have decided the high school mascot will remain the same amid criticism that it's racially insensitive.
The 92nd annual Snowflake Ski Jumping Tournament in Westby runs Friday, January 30 and Saturday, January 31.
Four middle school students are facing criminal charges after authorities say they recorded themselves at a so-called sex party that took place at a Brown Deer home over winter break.
A ban on undercover videos on Wisconsin farms is being considered at the state Capitol.