Wisconsin dismemberment case: Woman accused attacks defense attorney
Taylor Schabusiness, the woman accused in a grisly killing and dismemberment case in Green Bay, attacked her attorney during a court hearing Tuesday morning, Feb. 14.
Spider infestation temporarily shuts down Wisconsin middle school
A letter sent out to parents by the school identified the spiders as yellow sac spiders, a common species in the United States.
Milwaukee drainage tunnel search; boy found dead, men still missing
A 10-year-old boy was found dead during a search of Milwaukee's drainage tunnels on the city's south side Tuesday, less than 24 hours after he went missing. Family identified the boy as Mohammad Arman.
Milwaukee Water Street shooting: 17 injured, 10 arrested
Milwaukee police said 17 people were injured and 10 people were arrested in a shooting near Water and Juneau late Friday, May 13.
Dog tethered to fire hydrant with heartbreaking note goes up for adoption
The dog seen abandoned and tethered to a fire hydrant in Wisconsin in a viral image is now going up for adoption.
Dog left tied to fire hydrant with backpack full of toys, heartbreaking note from owner
Baby Girl was found tied to a fire hydrant earlier this week with a backpack full of her favorite toys and a heartbreaking note from her owner.
'His blood was all over my wedding dress': Family of man shot at wedding wants officers charged
Daniel Knight was shot and killed by a Winter Park police officer at his niece's wedding reception on Saturday night.
Rittenhouse seeks return of gun used in Kenosha protest
Kyle Rittenhouse, the Illinois man acquitted of fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during street protests in Kenosha in 2020, is seeking the return of the gun and other property that police seized after his arrest.
GoFundMe pulls fundraiser for Waukesha suspect Darrell Brooks
GoFundMe has removed a fundraiser for Darrell Brooks Jr., the man charged in connection to the deadly Waukesha parade attack.
FOX News: Network didn't pay for Kyle Rittenhouse film, interview
Justin Wells, senior executive producer of “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” said no payment was made for access, footage rights, legal fees or any other purpose to Rittenhouse or his family.
Jacob Blake shooting: Federal officials will not charge Kenosha police officer
Federal criminal civil rights charges will not be presented against Kenosha Police Officer Rusten Sheskey for his involvement in the August 2020 shooting of Jacob Blake, the United States Justice Department announced Friday.
Oneida Casino shooting: Gunman, 2 others dead
Tribal leaders in northeastern Wisconsin were in shock Sunday hours after a gunman opened fire at their casino complex, killing two people and wounding another in what witnesses described as a hailstorm of bullets.
Wisconsin woman gets jail for dragging puppy to death
A Brookfield woman will spend a year in jail after she dragged a puppy to its death.
WI bills seek to limit transgender athletes, kindergarten through college
Transgender athletes listed as boys on their birth certificates would be banned from participating in girls' and women's sports in Wisconsin from kindergarten through college under bills introduced by Republican lawmakers.
WisDOT video shows crash of truck that fell 70 feet in Zoo Interchange
New video has been released of a single-car crash that happened in the Zoo Interchange Saturday morning, Feb. 6.
Judge modifies Kyle Rittenhouse's bond conditions
A judge on Friday, Jan. 22 modified the bond conditions of Kyle Rittenhouse's release. Rittenhouse, 18, faces charges in the fatal shooting of two people and wounding of a third during Kenosha protests in 2020.
Kyle Rittenhouse pleads not guilty to deadly shootings during Kenosha protests
An Illinois teenager who fatally shot two people and wounded a third amidst sometimes violent summer protests on the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin, pleaded not guilty on Tuesday to charges including intentional homicide.
Kyle Rittenhouse bound over for trial, arraignment set for January
A 17-year-old from Illinois accused of killing two men during an August protest in Wisconsin was due in court Thursday.
Wisconsin high court declines to hear Trump election lawsuit
The legal defeat was the latest in a string of losses for Trump’s post-election lawsuits. Judges in multiple battleground states have rejected his claims of fraud or irregularities.
Completed Wisconsin recount confirms Biden's win over Trump
Taken together, the two counties barely budged Biden's winning margin of about 20,600 votes, giving the winner a net gain of 87 votes.