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.
Deputies used this as an opportunity to remind motorists that if you see a vehicle on the side of the road with its emergency lights flashing, they are required to move out of the lane.
Snow Lilly the polar bear from the Milwuakee County Zoo, was much too eager to see what Santa brought her for Christmas, but had a tough time opening her presents.
A group of 13 women gave a Wisconsin waitress a $1,300 trip after she battled cancer alongside her sister.
Thanks to a Wisconsin police officer, a dog that had fallen into an icy pond was able to return home to her family on Christmas Eve.
One of the firefighters even falls through the ice, but is able to get himself and the dog to shore.
"Words cannot explain. The way he looked at us, the way he hugged us.You could feel it. It was just amazing."
The girl called 911 after escaping captivity in the Wisconsin home. Six undocumented Guatemalans were arrested in connection to the sex trafficking.
Thanks to a Wisconsin state trooper and his drone, a dog that ran away after a crash was reunited with its owner.
A school resource officer shot an armed student in a classroom, located about 18 miles outside of Milwaukee.
The dogs appeared to be just skin and bones when customers found them in the parking lot.
The toddler was reportedly holding the “Baby Shark” toy when it was hit by a bullet.