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Two more cases tied to a flawed U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives sting in Milwaukee have been dismissed - this time because the prosecutor can't use the top agent as a witness.
A group of unions asked a judge Tuesday to hold Wisconsin labor relations officials in contempt for continuing to enforce parts of Gov. Scott Walker's collective bargaining restrictions despite a ruling the provisions are unconstitutional.
The Wisconsin Court of Appeals refused to overturn the conviction of a Somali refugee who argued that a Milwaukee County judge didn’t properly explain the ramifications a plea would have on his immigration status.
A proposal to rewrite Wisconsin’s criminal code is drawing ire from some because of a clause that would eliminate preliminary hearings in felony cases.
A Dane County judge has ordered a telemarketing company to pay more than $52,000 in fines for violating laws that prohibit companies from calling residents on a no-call list.
A bipartisan bill expected to get a speedy hearing at the state Capitol would better verify whether domestic and child abusers covered by restraining orders have guns in their possession.
Dane County prosecutors have declined to file charges against a Capitol demonstrator who was accused of injuring a police officer.
After the defendant rejected the plaintiffs’ settlement offers, a Dane County jury awarded more than $1.7 million to a couple injured in a single-vehicle accident.
A Milwaukee contractor plans to file a garnishment claim against a downtown bar that has not paid more than $38,000 in renovation bills.
Wisconsin labor officials are refusing to stop enforcing provisions of Gov. Scott Walker's contentious public union restrictions on local government workers, brushing aside assertions that they're violating a court order.
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- Former Wisconsin GOP Attorney General Brad Schimel is running for the state Supreme Court
- Kenosha man gets life in prison for fatally stabbing his father, stepmother with a machete in 2021
- Official who posted ‘ballot selfie’ in Wisconsin has felony charge dismissed
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