Breaking in WI

A primary election Tuesday will eliminate one of three candidates running for the open 11th District supervisory seat on the Milwaukee County Board.

Researchers have discovered a new species of bacteria in Wisconsin that causes Lyme disease, already the most frequently reported tick-borne illness in the state.

The incumbent is being challenged by state Sen. Chris Larson, Joseph T. Klein and Steve Hogan. The top two finishers in Tuesday’s primary will move on to the April 5 general election.

New evidence suggests inheritance affects a broad range of health disorders including skin disease, your ability to fight infection and even your risk of addiction and depression.

A woman died Friday night in a house fire on Milwaukee’s south side.

Wind chill values as low as 25 degrees below 0 are possible throughout Wisconsin Friday night and Saturday morning, according to a wind chill advisory from the National Weather Service in Sullivan.

A 45-year-old man was wounded Friday evening in a shooting on Milwaukee’s north side.

Is Taylor Swift destined to sweep the big three categories, or will she lose out to fellow front-runners like Kendrick Lamar or the Weeknd?

Koss charged that the credit card company should have notified Koss earlier than it did that Koss executive Sujata Sachdeva was using corporate cards to fund her extravagant spending.

Beyond adding to a much-improved farm system, the trade opens left field for Domingo Santana, a highly regarded player with budding power who is five years younger than Davis.

Milwaukee trade group could get $1 million in grant money; was pushing for $10 million and a 24% tax credit for water research done by its members

Another independent proxy advisory firm has recommended shareholder approval of the proposed merger between Journal Media Group and Gannett Co. Inc., Journal Media Group said Friday.

A Milwaukee man imprisoned for a terrorizing home invasion and sexual assault on the city’s south side was found hanging in a cell at the Columbia Correctional Institution.

Ralph Ticcioni, a 93-year-old veteran of the Normandy invasion living in New Berlin, says of his upcoming return to France that the real heroes are those buried there.

National Presto Industries Inc. said Friday it would pay an extra $4.05 dividend in addition to its regular $1 year-end dividend to shareholders.

Public housing programs in Wisconsin will receive more than $16.9 million from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to repair and improve their properties.

Bo Ryan, who stepped down as the Wisconsin men’s head coach Dec. 15, on Friday was among 14 finalists named for the 2016 class, which will be announced April 4.

A 203-room Brookfield hotel is being remodeled and will get a new national brand.

Kohl’s chief digital officer and two senior vice presidents are gone. The move comes as the company struggles to revive sluggish performance and rekindle growth.

State Corrections Secretary Ed Wall has resigned from his post amid a growing scandal over conditions at a troubled Northwoods prison for youth and a ramping up of the FBI’s involvement in a massive probe into alleged abuses there.