As your kids head back to school they might notice some new safety upgrades. Hundreds of school districts received school safety grants from Wisconsin's Department of Justice over the last two
As your kids head back to school they might notice some new safety upgrades. Hundreds of school districts received school safety grants from Wisconsin’s Department of Justice over the last two years.
A year later, their tactics have led to few arrests and even fewer charges but founder Jay Pretty said he’s proud of the work they’ve done.
Blue-green algae blooms are an all too common sight in Madison during the summer, shutting down beaches and causing an awful smell.
Leaders in Wisconsin dairy hope national attention to the industry challenges will help farmers who are struggling right now.
For the roughly 25 percent of Wisconsinites living in rural communities, emergency care can be difficult to access. That’s where Critical Access Hospitals come in.
The latest projections from the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) show 26 out of 72 counties in Wisconsin don’t have any Ob-Gyn’s.
After two Wisconsin police dogs were severely injured in the line of duty this year, officers who care for them are now talking about how to protect them even more.
DIGGING DEEPER: Deputies call cell phones a deadly distraction, difficult to enforce on Wisconsin roads
According to the National Safety Council, cell phone use while driving causes about 1.6 million crashes across the country each year and locally, Dane County Deputy Bruce Miller said he sees crashes like this all too often.
There could be additional help in the courtroom coming soon across the state.
Today’s hearing at the capitol comes in the wake of our Digging Deeper story earlier this month on history of OWI reform in Wisconsin and why so many proposals fall short.
In May 2009, animal welfare teams raided Thyme and Sage Ranch in Cazenovia, rescuing more than 400 animals.
Nursing homes are struggling to stay open. Providers say the state’s low medicaid reimbursement rate is largely to blame.
Laws and state code surrounding automatic fire sprinklers are sparking another debate in Wisconsin after one person was found dead in an apartment fire in Sun Prairie.
While no cases have been reported in Wisconsin, health experts tell 27 News “it’s only a matter of time.”