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The southbound ramp to I-894 from westbound I-94 in the Zoo Interchange is set to reopen next week after 3 1/2 years.
The helicopter that crashed June 9 turned unexpectedly and hit power lines, according to a National Transportation Safety Board preliminary report.
Thursday's sentencing in a Dane County courtroom marked the final chapter in a college sexual assault case that has drawn national attention to UW-Madison.
An abused child is someone whose story has been stolen. Breath of Courage helps survivors reclaim their narratives.
  

Sports News

Charles Krauthammer was honored Thursday night at Nationals Park in Washington, D.C. as news of his death broke.

The NFL plans to suspend Tampa Bay Buccanneers quarterback Jameis Winston for the first three games of the 2018 regular season for violating the league's personal conduct policy, ESPN reported Thursday.

NBA star Nick Young joked to reporters that cocaine should also be legalized after he was informed Canada had legalized marijuana for recreational use on Tuesday.

Mexico’s star striker "Chicharito" has appealed to fans attending the World Cup to stop chanting homophobic slurs against their opponents.

It’s been said that there’s no crying in baseball. But you can probably cry "Ouch!" if you’ve been hit in the face by a flying hot dog.

Business News

You can add Summerfest's new north entrance to the list of buildings and structures that look a lot like the new Milwaukee Bucks arena.
       


The former Target Store on Milwaukee's far northwest side is again being proposed for redevelopment--this time by a refrigerated storage firm.
       


The restaurant at 1818 N. Hubbard, the former site of Wolf Peach, has a menu of shareable plates.
       


Giant Asian electronics manufacturer Foxconn Technology Group is planning to spend billions of dollars building U.S. factories, including one that could employ thousands of people in southeast Wisconsin.
       


New Faces, New Places is about personnel changes at Wisconsin businesses.