Hayward police Detective Mark Kelsey says his last few months remind him of the Bill Murray comedy "Groundhog Day.
When will troops be removed from Iraq is a commonly asked question. The federal government claims to be working on a plan to remove the troops. Voters in La Crosse will have their say on the spring ballot.
Nearly Six years after his mother was murdered at her Chippewa County home, Bill Marquardt will be tried for the crime.
A group of about 70 people with "Momentum Chippewa Valley" will make their annual two day pilgrammage to Madison to push for legislation to support western Wisconsin.
Nearly 100 Assorted Animals Malnourished
Still "Small Change" Up Against Harvard
Wisconsin Senator Russ Feingold says he's still undecided on Supreme Court Nominee Samuel Alito.
Last week, the Governor vetoed a bill that would let people carry hidden guns and knives.
A Green Bay sports shop is caught selling fake Brett Favre autographs.
Mine safety now a priority for West Virginia
People will get the chance to voice their opinions to their legislators tomorrow.
For many, the right to life is an important issue. For those who support that ideal or wanted to learn more about it, they had the opportunity to on January 22nd.
Congress is considering a bill requiring welfare states to make their welfare families get jobs.
A new study shows some diabetes medications may not be helping but instead harming.
Some pharmacists and senior citizens are facing problems with the new Medicare drug plan.
As promised, Governor Jim Doyle, a democrat, vetoed the Concealed Carry Weapons bill the State Senate passed earlier this week.