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Wisconsin Man Goes to 'Captain Marvel' 116 Times
What have you been up to the last few months? Spring cleaning? Hitting up the gym? Catching up on your favourite shows? That's cool. But none of it is as notable as the Wisconsin man who has gone to see Captain Marvel 116 times.
Wisconsin mom-of-seven pleads guilty to trying to plot ISIS attacks
A Wisconsin mother-of-seven has agreed to plead guilty to trying to plan ISIS terror attacks. Waheba Issa Dais, 45, has agreed to plead guilty to one count of providing material to support a terrorist group in exchange for another being dropped.
Wisconsin Republicans trump Gov. Tony Evers’ charging station plan
MADISON, Wis. — Assembly Republicans worked Monday to trump Democratic Gov. Tony Evers’ plan to spend $10 million on electric vehicle charging stations in the state budget, announcing their own bill to set up the stations.
PREP TRACK AND FIELD: Wisconsin Dells girls finish first at Betsy DeMerit Invite
Led by a strong performance by its distance crew, the Wisconsin Dells girls track and field team emerged victorious at the 11-team Betsy DeMerit Invitational in Reedsburg on Thursday.
Wisconsin woman scams elderly man in nursing home, illegally films them in sex act: Officials
NEW BERLIN, Wis. (WITI) -- A Brown Deer woman is accused of scamming an elderly man. Investigators say 25-year-old Shatarra Rodgers stole from the victim and even recorded a sex tape of the two of them.
Sheriff: Head-On Crash Kills 2 Drivers In Western Wisconsin
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A head-on crash early Monday morning left two drivers dead in western Wisconsin. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office says the crash happened around 5:30 a.m. as rain fell on U.S. Highway 8, just east of 15th Street in Beaver Township.
Weakened Levee On Wisconsin River Causes Evacuation
Flood Warnings, Watches In Effect Along Waterways Across Wisconsin. Around 30 homes near Portage have been evacuated because of a weakened levee on the Wisconsin river. Ed Culhane, public information officer from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, said DNR officials began monitoring the
Wisconsin Native Killed In Sri Lanka Easter Bombings
COLOMBO, SRI LANKA — A Wisconsin native was among the more than 200 people killed Easter Sunday as a series of bombings rocked churches and luxury hotels in or near the Sri Lankan capital. Dieter Kowalski, 40, whose social media pages list him as a Milwaukee native and University of Wisconsin–Madiso
Search continues for Wisconsin man who fell into river in Bath
According to Bath police, 35-year-old David Henry Dieterich of Racine, Wisconsin, fell into the river behind Kennebec Tavern a couple hours before high tide. Searchers hadn’t recovered his body as of 9 a.m. Monday.
The first Earth Day originated in Wisconsin — here’s how far we’ve come since then
April 22, 49 years ago, Earth Day was born. The first Earth Day in 1970 was brought into this world through the determination and thought of then-Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson, D-Clear Lake. Nelson was inspired by the activism of the 1960s and distraught by increasing levels of pollution and the gen
Authorities investigate animal poisonings in northern Wisconsin
Authorities say the same poison appears to have killed three family dogs and several wild animals since December in northern Wisconsin. State officials say the dog deaths happened in Bayfield, Marinette and Florence counties. Investigators are conducting lab tests to determine the type of poison use
Wisconsin DMV recommends getting REAL ID soon before federal enforcement starts
Federal officials are finally putting the REAL ID standard into use for airline travel, so now’s the time to get your license upgraded. The change will come in October of 2020. Wisconsin DMV deputy administrator Patrick Fernan says the state has been issuing the upgraded licenses since 2013.
Wisconsin democrats try again for legal marijuana
State Rep. Melissa Sargent, D-Madison, reintroduces a bill that would fully legalize marijuana in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin roundup: Federal gaming regulators allege St. Croix Chippewa leaders stole $1.5M; more state news stories
-- DNR: Dogs, wildlife intentionally poisoned in northern Wis. The Department of Natural Resources believes someone is intentionally poisoning dogs and wildlife in northern Wisconsin.
Kids get in free on Kohl's Family Value Day on Aug. 5 at the Wisconsin State Fair
MADISON — Thanks to Kohl’s, families can attend the Wisconsin State Fair on Monday, Aug. 5 with discounted prices. Adults will receive admission for $6 (an $8 savings), and youth 11 and under will receive free admission (an $8 savings).
Severe Threat Continues Across Northern Illinois and Southern Wisconsin
ROCKFORD, ILL - There were a few severe thunderstorm warnings south and west of Rockford Monday afternoon and evening, but there are currently no active warnings - as of 6:50pm - for the Stateline.
Wisconsin high court takes up another lame-duck lawsuit
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court will take over the appeal in a second lawsuit challenging Republican-backed laws passed in a lame-duck session to restrict the powers of the newly elected Democratic governor and attorney general.
Wisconsin woman pleads guilty to terrorism charges
MILWAUKEE – A Wisconsin mother of seven has agreed to plead guilty to trying to plan terrorist attacks on behalf of the Islamic State by distributing information on making explosives and biological weapons.
Link suspected in poisonings of Wisconsin pets, wild animals
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Authorities say the same poison appears to have killed three family dogs and several wild animals since December in northern Wisconsin. State officials say the dog deaths happened in Bayfield, Marinette, and Florence counties. Investigators are conducting lab tests to determine
Wisconsin Legalization Would Save Lives, Bring $1.1B Benefit, Study Says
Legalizing medical marijuana in Wisconsin would yield a net benefit of $1.1 billion to the state over five years. That’s the conclusion of a recent cost-benefit analysis undertaken by the University of Wisconsin’s La Follette School of Public Affairs.