Here’s a look at election results from Wisconsin, as of 12:30 a.m. Wednesday.
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Man Dies After Striking Tree on Snowmobile
A 61-year-old Wisconsin man has died in a snowmobile crash in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
State Senate Approves Blaze Pink Hunting Bill
The state Senate has approved a bill that would allow hunters to wear fluorescent pink rather than traditional blaze orange.
WI DNR to Host Free Fishing Weekend
Winter was off to a fickle start, but the recent plunge in temperatures offers hope for a few ice fishing opportunities around the state.
Northwestern Wisconsin Woman Arrested After Man Found Dead in Kentucky
Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin say a suspect is being held in the death of a Prescott man whose body was found in a box along a road in Kentucky.
WI Lawmakers Propose Bill to Let Hunters Wear Pink
A pair of legislators is trying to convince an Assembly committee to approve a bill that would allow hunters to wear blaze pink.
Crashes with Deer Expected to be High Again this Fall
Even when hunters have a difficult time finding deer in the woods, the elusive creatures may still be prevalent on Wisconsin roads.
Fall Colors Start Showing in Wisconsin
Wisconsin’s fall color show is beginning in northern regions of the state and forestry specialists expect this year’s red, yellow and russet hues to be spectacular.
Bear Hunting Season Begins Next Week in Wisconsin
Wisconsin’s bear hunting season is set to begin next week.
The number of bicyclists killed in crashes this year in Wisconsin is more than double last year.
Two people are dead and 16 others were injured after a car and a high school volleyball team’s bus collided in western Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Has Strong Showing in Residential Real Estate
Economists credit the state’s unemployment rate and pent up demand for Wisconsin’s strong showing so far this year in residential real estate.
Kaeden Dumholt in Custody
A Wisconsin inmate who escaped from a correctional facility and had been on the run for two weeks is caught.
Court Denies Judicial Review Of Wisconsin DNR Decision on Air Permit for Enbridge
A state appeals court has refused to order a judicial review of a state Department of Natural Resources’ decision to issue Enbridge Energy an air pollution permit.
A Wisconsin judge is set to make a key decision this week regarding the two 13-year-old girls charged with stabbing a classmate to please online horror character Slender Man.
Keaden T.J. Dumholt
A 20-year-old man who escaped from a correctional camp in Wisconsin is now being accused of taking part in a home invasion and high-speed chase.
11-Day Celebration Underway in Wisconsin
The State Fair has opened its 11-day celebration of Wisconsin agriculture with competition in everything from the finest miniature donkey to the tastiest pie.
A Republican state senator wants to ban exotic pets in Wisconsin as Milwaukee officials struggle to capture a lion-like animal roaming the city’s streets.
A Wisconsin dentist is dealing with angry phone calls because he has the same last name as the Minnesota dentist accused of killing a protected lion in Zimbabwe.
Drummond Lake Road
Authorities have released the name of a husband and wife killed in a Bayfield County crash.
It’s been a heated issue for months, a proposed hog farm just miles from Lake Superior is up for debate once more.
Authorities in southeast Wisconsin say two men who were on their way to the Experimental Aircraft Association convention in Oshkosh have died in a plane crash.
A small Wisconsin town is saying goodbye to a Marine killed in the recent attack on a Navy-Marine reserve center in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
EAA AirVenture Aviation Celebration
The world’s greatest aviation celebration is taking over Oshkosh, Wisconsin this week.
Authorities Find Body Believed to Be Missing Wisconsin Doctor
Door County sheriff’s officials say a body found near Ephraim appears to be that of a missing Fox Valley doctor.
Walker Issues Order Allowing WI National Guard to Be Armed
Republican Gov. Scott Walker has issued an executive order allowing Wisconsin National Guard’s adjutant general to arm his troops in the wake of an attack on a pair of military facilities in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
On Long Lake near Spooner
A weekend at the lake turns deadly in Washburn County.
Wisconsin Republican Gov. Scott Walker is scheduled Monday to sign a bill banning abortions at or beyond 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Do you have what it takes?
Time is running out for those who want to show off their talents at the 2015 Minnesota State Fair.
Marine from Wisconsin Among the Dead from Tennessee Shootings
A Marine who grew up in Grantsburg, Wisconsin, is among the four Marines who died in a shooting rampage in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
Opponents Against Shores of Chequamegon Bay for Hog Farm
Opponents are raising concerns about a proposed hog “megafarm” in northern Wisconsin.
Dropped below 10,000 dairy farms
Small dairy farms are struggling in Wisconsin, but supporters are hoping for a comeback.
Summerfest Rock 'n Sole Marathon
The Milwaukee County medical examiner’s office says a 20-year-old Greenfield man has collapsed and died after finishing a half-marathon in Milwaukee.
WI Kids Get Chance to be a "Rookie Reporter" for the Green Bay Packers
The Green Bay Packers and Edvest have announced “Rookie Reporter,” a contest that will award six Wisconsin children the opportunity to be a Packers “Rookie Reporter” for the 2015 NFL season, a $1,000 Edvest 529 college savings account, four tickets to a 2015 regular season Packers home game, and autographed merchandise.
Three Wisconsin men are facing charges for allegedly stealing a $500,000 excavator and sending it into Lake Michigan in December.
Walker Proposed $300M in Cuts
Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed $300 million budget cut to the University of Wisconsin System is slated to be voted on by the Legislature’s Joint Finance Committee.
13 Counties in WI Prohibited from Hunting Antlerless Deer
The state Department of Natural Resources’ board has prohibited hunters from killing antlerless deer in 13 counties this fall in an effort to regrow the herd in those areas.
Construction Zones Will Slow Holiday Travel
State transportation officials say construction zones will still be a hazard during the Memorial Day weekend, even though work is halted during the busy travel period.
Speed Limit Increase Becomes Law in WI
Gov. Scott Walker has signed a bill that allows state transportation officials to raise the speed limit to 70 mph on some Wisconsin roads.
Feingold to Run for His Old Senate
Democrat Russ Feingold has decided to run for his old Senate seat in Wisconsin against Republican Ron Johnson, who defeated him in 2010.
Senate Approves Raising WI Speed Limit to 70 mph
The state Senate has approved a bill that would allow Wisconsin transportation officials to raise the speed limit on some roads to 70 mph.
Four Killed in Wisconsin Shooting
Four people are dead and another person is injured after a shooting on a bridge in eastern Wisconsin that a police chief says appears to be a “random act.”
Building purchased for mosque
A group of central Wisconsin Muslims wants to build a mosque in the Wausau area.
Commercial flock affected in Barron County
An eighth case of bird flu virus has been detected in Wisconsin.
Proudly Llberal capital city protects non-religious
Wisconsin’s proudly liberal capital city is moving to make sure atheists aren’t discriminated against.
Generations Share Prom Dress
One Portage Junior Prom attendee will be wearing the same dress her grandmother wore to her own prom over 60 years ago.
Committee Approves Bill to Increase Speed Limit in WI
The state Senate’s transportation committee has approved a bill that would clear the way for a 70 mph speed limit.
Wisconsin has seen the number of organ donors rise since relaunching the state’s donor registry in 2010.
Two Wisconsin men climbing Mount Everest have survived an avalanche set off by a powerful earthquake in Nepal.
Bill Introduced to Legalize Marijuana in WI
A Wisconsin lawmaker says the state should legalize marijuana to reduce crime and improve the state’s economy.