The Adams County Sheriff’s Office found the body of a local boy who drowned in the Wisconsin River early June 24, concluding a weeklong search.
Law enforcement agencies are increasing traffic stops in Sauk County with a focus on four “crash hotspots” as part of a pilot campaign to deter dangerous driving behaviors.
Year after year, Wisconsin's road are rated among the worst in the nation, according to US News rankings of the "best" states to live in, and residents can tell.
Non-vaccinated Portage and Baraboo students who haven’t turned in a waiver by the first month of school this fall will be kept out of class for up to 10 days, a requirement for districts that fall below a certain threshold.
In 1919, veterans of World War I returned to Necedah after the war to a community celebration. The event also served as a means to honor the founders and settlers of Necedah. The town is commemorating the 100-year anniversary of this occasion with a new community event, Necedah 100.
After 30 years in production, Wollersheim Winery’s most popular and award winning wine will be celebrated June 30. Guests can come enjoy Prairie Fumé by the glass and listen to music by Gin Mill Hollow at the Prairie du Sac based winery.
Live music fans generally won’t expect a nationally acclaimed band to play eight nights at a bar in a town with less than 3,000 residents. Jesse DeFosse doesn’t much care for expectations.
A Reedsburg man faces his fourth operating while intoxicated charge after allegedly taking cocaine, hydroxyzine, THC, and drinking alcohol.
WEST BARABOO — A group of children allegedly beat a goose to death with sticks Friday afternoon in a West Baraboo park, Sauk County Sheriff Chip Meister said.
The theme this year’s Reedsburg Butterfest parade — “Salute to Reedsburg Area Volunteers During 2018,” to honor the efforts of all volunteers during the 2018 floods — meant a lot to Orris Smith.
Peter Warning pointed to the “156-L” written above his office door to illustrate what’s different about school safety in Portage.
Visitors from as far away as Montana and Maine headed to Mauston for The National Belted Galloway Society and the Great Lakes Belted Galloway Association annual field days.