The security system would sound an alarm with the location of the gunshot less than a second after a shot was fired.
Wisconsin, like the rest of the world, is experiencing the effects of climate change. More frequent and severe storms, heat waves, wildfires and droughts are just some of what’s in store.
French voyagers, mountain men and long hunters from the 1800s fur trade era will gather at the Reedsburg Area Historical Society grounds for the third annual Living History Heritage Days Rendezvous.
Donald Patrick Coughlin, 62, currently being housed in Wisconsin Secure Program Facility, is charged with two counts of second degree sexual assault as a repeater.
CAZENOVIA – An educator with over three decades of experience will take over as Weston School District’s interim superintendent.
Walls are up on the incoming DEZ Tactical Arms shooting range, training center and retail store set to open by the end of the year.
WAUTOMA — Authorities say a 36-year-old Appleton man drowned Saturday in a swimming pond while trying to rescue his daughter.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, it’s… well, actually it’s a plane. Civilians in Juneau and surrounding counties can expect to hear and see more aircraft activity than usual from Aug. 12-23, as Volk Field near Camp Douglas holds the second Northern Lightning exercise of 2019.
JUNEAU — A juvenile suspect was identified and confessed to sending threatening text messages to elders of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness in Beaver Dam on Sunday, alluding to blowing up the church and congregation.
A La Valle man arrested on a drunken driving charge this week was stopped after driving through a stop sign while coming home after picking up pizza, prosecutors say.
An Illinois teenager broke his leg after falling about 20 feet while climbing at Devil’s Lake State Park early Friday afternoon.
The first Conserve Sauk Film Festival looks to educate attendees this fall about preserving the natural land and resources throughout the county through amateur films on the topic.
Organizers have canceled the second day of the 80s in the Dells festival at the Crystal Grand Theatre due to low ticket sales, according to a post on the Crystal Grand Facebook page.
MADISON — A New York City woman accused of mailing abortion-inducing pills to addresses in Portage and Wisconsin Rapids pleaded not guilty Thursday in federal court to misbranding a prescription drug.
MADISON — A former secretary of the Lake Delton Fire Department and the Dells-Delton Emergency Medical Services commissions who nearly ”bankrupted” the agencies by embezzling $358,000 was sentenced Thursday in federal court to 15 months in prison.