Updated: 4:37 PM The Wisconsin State Patrol says Winnebago County authorities were trying to find a 10-month-old who'd been taken by a non-custodial parent. The trooper spotted the suspect's car shortly before 8 p.m. Saturday. The pursuit reached 90 mph before the trooper broke it off.
Updated: 4:45 PM According to the Ashland County Sheriff's Department, Dr. Richard Renwick, 63, from La Crosse and his brother Bruce Renwick, 58, from Waunakee are dead following a weekend plane crash on Madeline Island.
Updated: 10:48 PM A Chippewa County community quickly came together to help a local family who lost their home to a devastating fire. More than a hundred people showed up in Bloomer Saturday to support a couple and their boy who lost all of their belongings in a blaze last weekend.
Updated: 3:51 PM The crime spree allegedly began around 3 a.m. Wednesday at a Foley grocery store, where Brandon Stark allegedly carjacked an employee at knifepoint and they drove to Minneapolis, where he let the employee go.
Posted: 3:42 PM
DNA sequencing and other biotechnology have helped speed plant breeding in many food crops. But the potato is a different story. It has an extra set of chromosomes and applying the methods have been more difficult.
Posted: 6:35 PM Police say counterfeit money has made its way to Eau Claire again. This year is on pace to be one of the worst for counterfeits in the city. Now, officers say an investigation is helping them make several connections to other active cases in town
Updated: 4:39 PM Michael Karkoc, 94, told American authorities in 1949 that he had performed no military service during World War II, concealing his work as an officer and founding member of the SS-led Ukrainian Self Defense Legion and later as an officer in the SS Galician Division, according to records obtained by the AP through a Freedom of Information Act request.
Posted: 2:12 PM Gov. John Hickenlooper says Rick Raemisch has experience as a deputy sheriff, prosecutor, elected sheriff and head of the Wisconsin's Department of Corrections, where he was responsible for more than 22,000 inmates, more than 73,000 probation or parolees and approximately 1,000 juveniles in institutions or on supervision.
Updated: 2:36 PM Two sisters of slain teacher Victoria Soto asked the crowd gathered at Edmond Town Hall for a 26-second moment of silence, honoring the 20 children and six adults gunned down at the school on Dec. 14.