A Wisconsin family helped save a young bear that was struggling to breathe while swimming in a lake with its head caught in a plastic food container.
Community groups paid $400,000 to free Chrystul Kizer, 19, who has been awaiting trial in connection with the death of her alleged sex trafficker, Randall Volar III, 34, in June 2018.
A 22-year-old Milwaukee man has been charged in connection to the death of his 3-month-old son.
An Anytime Fitness in Wauwatosa is catching major heat over posting a workout titled, "I Can't Breathe," TMZ reported Wednesday, June 10. Some have said the workout sign was wrong, if not racist. With controversy growing, the corporate office issued a statement slamming the workout. Members said they have a lot of questions, too.
Firefighters in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, created a giant heart using their fire engines on April 11. They called on others to join the #HeartsForHealthCare trend and post their own tributes to people fighting the spread of the coronavirus.
Despite concerns over coronavirus and an executive order by Governor Tony Evers, the Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled the polls must open Tuesday for primary voting.
While several states had scheduled primaries in recent weeks, Wisconsin is alone in moving ahead with in-person voting in the midst of the pandemic.
The deadline for voters to get absentee ballots to local clerks had been 8 p.m. on Tuesday, but the order shifted that to 4 p.m. on April 13.
Residents of a Wisconsin neighborhood took a break from isolation to jump and dance to the classic House of Pain song “Jump Around.”
Gov. Tony Evers sent a letter to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Tuesday, March 31, requesting that President Donald Trump issue a major disaster declaration for the entire state of Wisconsin, as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
An undisclosed number of college students returning from a spring break trip to Alabama’s beaches have tested positive for coronavirus, according to news reports.
Wisconsin now has 457 confirmed cases of COVID-19, including five deaths related to the virus.
Two people have died from novel coronavirus in Wisconsin, marking the first deaths linked to the virus in the state.
Health officials in Wisconsin confirmed Tuesday that a third person in the state has tested positive for the new coronavirus.
The 35-year-old Milwaukee man has now been charged for his 2-year-old's death after she died from non-accidental blunt force trauma.
All five victims were Coors employees, as was the suspect, authorities said.
Police say Arzel Ivery told investigators that he killed his girlfriend, Amarah Banks, and her daughters on Feb. 8 after a fight.
The mother's boyfriend has been arrested.
Wisconsin is treating its first case of the coronavirus from China, bringing the national total in the U.S. to 12.
A woman about to give birth brought a toy Nerf gun to the hospital so her husband wouldn’t accidentally fall asleep when his help was needed.