Posted: 04/03/2007 - County clerks in Wisconsin are reporting a quiet day at the polls with low turnout and few problems.
Posted: 04/03/2007 - It's been a total weather mix for Wisconsin in the past 24 hours.
Posted: 04/03/2007 - No criminal charges will be filed in an accident last May when a boat stalled on the Wisconsin River and was hit by the Merrimac ferry, trapping a woman under the small boat until onlookers pulled her to safety.
Posted: 04/03/2007 - A toddler who fell into an underground septic tank in Oneida County remains hospitalized in intensive care.
Updated: 04/02/2007 - Marshfield police are requesting charges be brought against a 24-year-old man following the death of a five-month-old baby.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - The rain might be putting a damper on your pet's time outside, but once the sunshine comes back, your dogs and cats will probably be pawing at the door.
Updated: 04/02/2007 - Both candidates for the state Supreme Court spent the day before the election campaigning in the Fox Valley.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - The Wisconsin Lottery says the winning Powerball ticket in last night's drawing was purchased in Stoughton.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - There are referendums on the ballot Tuesday in 52 Wisconsin school districts asking voters to approve borrowing money for construction or give permission to raise taxes above the amounts allowed by the state's revenue limits.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - J.B. Van Hollen pledged on the campaign trail last year that he would clean up state government by aggressively investigating allegations of public corruption.
Updated: 04/02/2007 - A new state Supreme Court justice will be selected tomorrow and voters across Wisconsin will select key municipal leaders.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - Despite single-digit polling numbers, former Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson will join the crowded field of Republicans running for president in 2008.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is expected today to throw his support behind Russ Feingold's plan to end funding for the Iraq war by next March 31.
Posted: 04/02/2007 - A week ago, northwestern Wisconsin was enjoying sunshine and a record-breaking 72 degrees. Tomorrow the region is expected to get hit with a spring storm that will carry a punch more like winter.