Updated: 5:57 PM Ministry Health Care has announced 40 people will be let go during the system's first round of layoffs. The job losses are result of the health care system's plan to end its Alcohol and Drug Rehab program at Ministry Saint Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield.
Posted: 5:12 PM A family member says Ed Hotaling, a network news journalist and author of several books including "They're Off! Horse Racing at Saratoga," has died.
Posted: 2:55 PM A Wisconsin court has ruled that a bar that served alcohol to an underage drinker can't be sued for negligence because the person provided a false ID.
Posted: 2:49 PM Outdoors officials say a woman in northern Minnesota was injured this week in an attack by a black bear.
Updated: 2:48 PM The winner of last month's $590 million Powerball jackpot is an 84-year-old woman from Zephyrhills, Fla.
Posted: 2:10 PM The head of the Transportation Security Administration says he's dropping a proposal that would have let airline passengers carry small knives, souvenir bats, golf clubs and other sports equipment onto planes.
Posted: 12:33 PM Four drop off locations have been established to collect necessary items for the victims of the May 20 tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Updated: 11:23 AM Two and half weeks have passed since a winning $1 million Powerball ticket was sold in Antigo.
Posted: 9:49 AM Several former inmates say illegal drugs and disrespect are commonplace at the Marathon County Jail where a guard was brutally attacked in March.
Posted: 9:45 AM Roundy’s Supermarkets Inc. has paid $43,000 to the state of Wisconsin to settle allegations it overcharged customers.
Posted: 9:19 AM The Environmental Protection Agency says nearly $400 billion in infrastructure spending is needed over the next two decades to ensure that Americans continue to have safe drinking water.
Posted: 9:10 AM Private school tuition would be tax deductible under a provision added to the state budget.
Updated: 9:07 AM The operator of a biomass power plant on the Mississippi River in Cassville will pay $150,000 to settle air pollution violations.
Posted: 8:54 AM Food vendors have been popping up all over Northcentral Wisconsin, and now they have a place where they can come together.
Posted: 1:41 AM Republican legislative leaders say they have reached agreement on several key items in the state budget.