A plan that would chip away at a variety of tenants' rights is making its way through the Wisconsin legislature.
The Catholic Diocese of La Crosse wants to see one of its former priests become a saint.
A 24-year-old man from the Village of Roberts has been arrested in connection with a fire causing more than $1 million in damage to a local school.
Statewide figures show that despite this year’s colder and longer winter, about the same number of people applied for federal heating assistance in Wisconsin as last year.
While Wisconsin's legislature reviews workplace safety rules for public workers, a longshot proposal in Congress would strengthen federal rules for private employees.
The May snowstorm slopping across northwestern Wisconsin has left numerous cars in ditches and 30,000 people without power.
Both Governor Scott Walker and state Democrats reacted today to a report accusing the state’s economic development agency of mismanagement.
While Wisconsin may generally lag other states in the psychiatric services offered in its schools, it has one exception: Fox Cities.
The car-sharing business is growing in Wisconsin, with Milwaukee announcing its first off-campus car-sharing outlet.
Curly Lambeau is being honored with a plaque at his alma mater, East High. The plaque is meant to inspire current students to achieve.