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Wisconsin Man Found Dead In Minnesota Cabin, Two In Jail

(Sandstone, MN) -- Authorities say a northwestern Wisconsin man was found dead in a remote east-central Minnesota cabin. Two young men are in custody in connection with the death of 36-year-old Barron, Wisconsin man Chris Etchison. Police in Barron followed a tip Tuesday to the cabin where Etchison'


Former Teacher Allegedly Rubbed Genitals Against 14-Year-Old Student, Sexually Assaulted Another Teenager

The trial began Tuesday for a former high school teacher in Wisconsin, who was accused of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old student more than two decades ago. Outagamie County Assistant District Attorney Patrick Leigl told the jury in his opening statement that Jason LaVigne, 46, who used to teach a


Waupaca County rivers hit a major flood stage

EMBARRASS, Wis. (WBAY) - The Embarrass River in Waupaca County hit a major flood stage Friday, measuring at 11.89 feet. According to The National Weather Service the river was five feet above flood stage.


Snow likely across southeast Wisconsin Saturday afternoon and evening

MILWAUKEE — The FOX Weather Experts say we’re still tracking a significant storm for the weekend. The most recent track has a strong low moving through Saturday with rain and snow likely. Some areas may see notable accumulation.


Local Police Chief Calls it a Career after 44 Years

CLINTONVILLE, Wis (WBAY The longest serving member on the Clintonville police force is calling it a career. Police Chief Jim Beggs is at peace, saying the time is right to take off the badge.


Prosecutors say Wisconsin nursing home worker recorded sex act with 78-year-old man she scammed

NEW BERLIN, Wis. -- A Wisconsin woman is accused of scamming an elderly man. Investigators say 25-year-old Shatarra Rodgers stole from the victim and even recorded a video of the two engaged in a sex act.


Wisconsin lawmakers want lottery winners to be able to remain anonymous

MADISON, Wis. — Two Republican lawmakers are introducing a bill that would allow lottery winners in Wisconsin to remain anonymous. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos and Rep. Gary Tauchen announced the bill Tuesday.


Basement destroyed in Waupaca County bar fire

TOWNSHIP OF MUKWA (WLUK) -- The New London Fire Department went to a fire at the Log Cabin Bar on Highway 54. They say it happened just before 4:30 Thursday evening. Smoke was coming from the building's basement near the back of the bar. The basement was also destroyed by the fire.


Pro basketball hopeful escapes substance abuse, finds peace in West Michigan

MUSKEGON – Four years ago, Xavier Fletcher’s life was spiraling out of control, and fast. The basketball court had long been his sanctuary, but the hardwood standout was drifting into a very unfamiliar spot and becoming a person he did not recognize and did not like.


Investigators name 3 found dead in Seymour home

SEYMOUR, Wis. (AP) — State investigators have named the man and two small children found dead at a home in Seymour last week. The Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation says the body of 35-year-old Andrew Poppe was found in the house along with 4-year-old Matteline Samson and 3-month-old Haile


Wisconsin governor stands by Guard commander

MADISON, Wis. (WMTV)--- Gov. Tony Evers is standing by the Wisconsin National Guard's top commander despite calling for a review of Guard sexual misconduct policies. Evers and Sen. Tammy Baldwin announced Wednesday that federal investigators have granted their request to conduct an extensive review


Powerball jackpot could help fix Wisconsin roads

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) - The Powerball lottery made one local man rich, but it could also make local drivers happy. A Milwaukee lawmaker wants to use the state’s cut of the windfall to fix our roads.

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Cecil man pleads guilty to embezzlement

SHAWANO (WLUK) -- A Shawano County man has plead guilty to three counts of embezzlement, after he allegedly took money from business investors and used it for personal expenses.


Chicago Heights Man Gets 7 Years For Selling Heroin In Wisconsin

CHICAGO HEIGHTS, IL — A Chicago Heights man will spend seven years in federal prison after selling heroin to an undercover officer in Wisconsin. Antonio Wiley, 38, of Chicago Heights, was sentenced Tuesday after selling heroin several times in 2017 and 2018 to the officer, according to a news releas


PolitiFact Wisconsin: Is Gov. Evers' budget increasing taxes, deficit?

It will cost state taxpayers $83 billion over the next two years to pay for things like roads, education and raises for state employees. But does that mean higher taxes and a bigger state deficit?


Wisconsin Singers to perform in New Lisbon

University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Wisconsin Singers, a Broadway-caliber performing company, is visiting New Lisbon April 26 for a performance of Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now! The show is written specifically for the Wisconsin Singers, and the group is performing in New Lisbon for only one night.


Flood Warning issued April 25 at 10:45AM CDT until May 1 at 7:00PM CDT by NWS Green Bay WI

Wolf River at New London affecting Outagamie…Waupaca and Winnebago. Wolf River near Shiocton affecting Outagamie…Shawano and Waupaca. The Wolf River at New London. * At 10:00 AM Thursday the stage was 10.0 feet.


77 inch female sturgeon captured in New London

NEW LONDON (WLUK) -- The sturgeon spawning season continued Tuesday, April 23 in New London. Ryan Koenigs, DNR Sturgeon Biologist said 124 fish were handled at the Sturgeon Trail.


Gov. Tony Evers says he doesn't know what Foxconn wants

MADISON (AP) — Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers says Foxconn Technology Group has not told him what changes they want to see in their contract with the state for a project that could yield the company more than $4 billion in tax credits.


Woman accused of handing out marijuana cookies at Shawano Co. parade back in court

SHAWANO (WLUK) -- A woman who allegedly handed out marijuana-infused cookies during a St. Patrick’s Day parade appeared in court Monday and pleaded not guilty. Fifty-seven-year-old Cathleen Krause, of Shawano, is facing five charges, some of which include possession of THC and manufacturing/delive