No matter which side you're on, political ads often contradict each other. So how can Wisconsin be both the worst in the Midwest in job growth and the third best?
Gregory Price, who's from Elk Mound, pleaded guilty Thursday to homicide by drunk driving. More>>
President Barack Obama is ruling out the possibility that the U.S. will take military action to address growing violence in Ukraine. More>>
An area man is facing more than a dozen charges for a crash that involved several vehicles...and in a tragic twist, a Good Samaritan who stopped to help the driver, ending up dying at the scene.
The Labor Day Weekend is the heaviest traveled holiday as we go on vacation one last time before school starts. Unfortunately, last year over 400 traffic related fatalities occurred over this holiday.
The NFL is immediately implementing a sweeping domestic violence initiative that calls for a six-game suspension for a first offense and a lifetime ban from the league for a second offense. More>>
Investors are betting there's a lot of money to be made in disappearing photos. The Wall Street Journal reports investors are valuing social media app "Snapchat" at about $10 billion.
During election season, our television screens become inundated with campaign ads, filled with contradicting numbers, especially when it comes to job growth. So how do you know who to believe? More>>
Prosecutors say a Beloit man used a hammer to kill his father because his parents were moving and he would have no place to live. More>>
Newly released records show state Justice Department field offices across Wisconsin have delayed investigating child pornography tips for months. More>>