State agencies are being sued. Activists have been demanding release of the video
The ex-girlfriend of a man serving life in the U student's death will be imprisoned for about 9 more years.
Wolves going after city pets is "rare but getting more common," a DNR official said.
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Bruce Vento Elementary principal drew criticism after letter was leaked announcing end to celebrations of "dominant holidays."
The superintendent wants to push vote back to March 3, following a public hearing.
A bizarre wreck at Iowa State University drew lots of attention from a number of people who pulled out their phones, but the didn't use them to dial 911.
Charges against the Baudette woman allege that she took funds intended for the families of three men who went missing on Lake of the Woods in October.
The crash occurred late Tuesday afternoon near Bunker Lake Boulevard and 140th Avenue NW.
New park will add much-desired green space near the Green Line.
An Assembly committee is slated to vote Wednesday on a bill that would subject Wisconsin's high school athletics association to open records and meetings laws.
The man was found in September 2014. Police say he may have been missing since October 2013.
The defendant is the eighth person convicted of trafficking girls and women in Ramsey County in the past 31 months.
Sheriff's officials say two small children strapped in car seats weren't injured in a rollover crash that killed the woman driving the pickup truck in Andover.
The guard took two knives from the suspect and kept a woman from bleeding to death outside an apartment building.
Authorities are working to identify a body recovered from the Sheyenne River.
The Legislature's budget committee is set to consider state health officials' request to spend more on Wisconsin's mental health institutes.
The driver of a semitrailer truck died after his vehicle veered off I-94 in Rogers and caught fire Wednesday morning, the State Patrol said. The…
U.S. Treasury has a May 7 deadline to accept, reject or tweak the proposal for cuts.
He's among six offenders freed in the past year, unprecedented for a program that has confined offenders indefinitely.