Posted: 11:19 PM The Clark County Health Department says the swimming area near Snyder Park Beach near Neillsville tested for high levels of the E. coli bacteria.
Posted: 11:17 PM Joseph Reinwand, 54, is charged with death of Dale Meister. Meister was found shot to death in his Wisconsin Rapids home in March of 2008.
Updated: 5:41 PM Intense summer heat has not hit Wisconsin yet, but in less than a week, parts of two major highways in the area have buckled. One of them was in Eau Claire on Sunday; the other, in Chippewa Falls Tuesday night. Experts say this is highly unusual for the temps we've had this June.
Posted: 4:44 PM According to court records, 36-year-old Robert Charles Boles made the plea and was found guilty of homicide by negligent operation of a vehicle. Two other charges were dismissed.
Updated: 4:16 PM The president also declared that his far-reaching surveillance programs had saved lives on both sides of the Atlantic, as he sought to defend the controversial data-mining to skeptical Europeans.
Posted: 4:04 PM Police say the 3-year-old boy and his 2-year-old sister were seen playing on U.S. Highway 75 Wednesday morning. A passer-by called police after spotting the children.
Posted: 4:02 PM Walker was scheduled to appear at a $250 dinner and reception Wednesday night at the Chicago-based Heartland Institute.
Updated: 3:46 PM DHS released a statement saying Rhoades' leave began on Wednesday. She hopes to return by the end of July.
Updated: 3:27 PM Steven Struensee with the Clark County Sheriff's Department says medical results did not show a clear reason for the deaths
Updated: 2:03 PM The pre-application notification and preliminary project description are the first formal steps in the mine permitting process established in the new iron mining law.
Posted: 1:53 PM The Assembly passed the budget Wednesday after only about 90 minutes of discussion.
Updated: 3:31 PM Men's Wearhouse says it has fired the face of the company and its executive chairman, George Zimmer, who appeared in many of its TV commercials with the slogan "You're going to like the way you look. I guarantee it."
Posted: 1:48 PM The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday that there have been 13 reports that the battery caught fire. One consumer suffered a serious burn on the leg.
Posted: 12:10 PM Impersonators have shown up at customers' homes and told customers that their meter is broken and immediate payment is needed for repairs. Customers are told that the utility later will refund the money.
Updated: 9:56 AM Speaker Robin Vos and Majority Leader Scott Suder both said Wednesday they would not be moving ahead with the proposal.
Posted: 9:55 AM Doctors who violated the ban could face a $25,000 fine or nine months in prison.
Updated: 11:52 AM Maplewood Acting Police Chief Dave Kvam says the pilot was the only one on board.