Man pleads guilty to shooting 2 Milwaukee officers MILWAUKEE (AP) — A teenager has pleaded guilty to attempted homicide for shooting two Milwaukee police officers. Nineteen-year-old Julius Burton shot Bryan Norberg and Graham Kunisch in June. In return for Thursday’s ...Read More »
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Senate has passed a bill requiring special interest groups that spend money trying to influence elections to disclose the names of their donors. The bill was approved Tuesday on a bipartisan, 26-7 vote. Supporters ...Read More »
By Paul Snyder Construction and development experience does not guarantee industry support for two Wisconsin congressional candidates. “It’s always a tremendous opportunity to have a member of your industry running for office because they’re people who actually know the business,” ...
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Wis. veterans home leader reinstated after firing MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The administrator of the state’s largest nursing home for veterans, who was abruptly fired in August as the home faced an investigation into its spending, has been reinstated, a ...Read More »
Waukesha County culvert extension project threatens Butler’s garter snake Madison (AP) — State wildlife officials say a road project in Waukesha County might end up killing a rare snake. The Department of Natural Resources is considering allowing the possibility that ...Read More »
Matt Pommer The anti-tax rally earlier this month at the state Capitol, encouraged by conservative radio talk show personalities, may be pushing the Republican Party to the far right. The tone of the rally indicated what any Republican Party candidate ...Read More »