Republicans scratching for a way to fund Gov. Walker's plan to collect DNA from suspects upon arrest may have a chance at extra dollars courtesy of Congress.
The Wisconsin Justice Department wants to shift millions of dollars from schools, prisons, gang diversion programs and public defenders to pay for collecting DNA upon arrest and fund services for sexual assault victims.
Wisconsin's top cop says the Connecticut school shootings may have been unpreventable.
A judge declared a mistrial Monday in the case of a watchdog group accused of violating federal law when it shared a whistle-blower settlement with a government economist 14 years ago.
Lawyers involved in the sexual assault case against Wisconsin billionaire Curt Johnson will argue before the Wisconsin Supreme Court in February.
The state Justice Department is preparing to enact a second round of emergency rules enabling the agency to issue concealed carry permits.
The Milwaukee County Circuit Court entered a consent judgment Sept. 12 by which the Utah alarm service company Vivint Inc., agreed to pay up to $148,000 in refunds to consumers who had been misled regarding their ability to cancel their alarm service contracts.
The top federal prosecutor in Manhattan sued Bank of America for more than $1 billion on Wednesday for mortgage fraud against Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac during the years around the financial crisis.
The Supreme Court has temporarily blocked Boston College from turning interviews over to the government that academic researchers recorded with a former Irish Republic Army member.
Gov. Scott Walker has appointed one of the state Justice Department's top cops to head Wisconsin's prison system.
The state Justice Department is getting ready to hold its annual seminars on Wisconsin's open meetings and public records laws.
A jury has awarded $1.8 million to a former Wisconsin veterans affairs administrator, agreeing that his boss reassigned him to a job 110 miles from home to punish him for backing a former colleague's claims that he was fired because of his race, age and sex.
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- Assembly OKs bill to suspend doe hunting in northern Wisconsin in attempt to regrow herd
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- EPA approves year-round sales of higher ethanol blend in Wisconsin, other states
- Former Black schools leader radio interview brings focus on race issues in Green Bay
- Parts of a Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in Denver have been stolen
- Right to contraception rejected by Wisconsin Assembly Republicans
- Planned Parenthood asks Wisconsin Supreme Court to find 1849 abortion law unconstitutional
- Alabama’s frozen embryo ruling is having its first effects
- Marquette Law School Poll: National survey shows Trump win over Biden
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