A federal appeals court has ruled a 6-foot tall statue of Jesus that has spent the last 60 years overlooking a northwestern Montana ski hill may stay there.
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The sky did not fall. The world did not end. And, figuratively, at least, only a few heads popped. Yes, from law schools to big law, the legal world seems to have survived the day Westlaw Classic retired.Read More »
If you see someone tattooing a child or mistreating an animal and expect police to make an arrest, you’re out of luck, says Brookfield Assistant Police Chief Dean Collins.Read More »
A state appeals court has upheld an $813,700 judgment against a Green Bay company that accepted more than a million dollars from Gov. Scott Walker's troubled economic development agency.Read More »
Attorneys throughout the state have been named to the annual Best Lawyers in America list.
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The trial for a 56-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man accused of killing his wife in 1984 has been delayed.Read More »
A southeast Wisconsin woman who owns an animal park has agreed to pay $8,000 in fines and costs to settle state charges of quarantine violations related to farm-raised deer.Read More »