Local Wisconsin News

Donald Trump becomes the first president to stand trial on criminal charges.

Enthusiasm to vote is lower than four years ago.

Bucks coach Doc Rivers said Lillard got back on the practice floor and did some shooting and “all of the walk-through stuff."

The report from the Hawaii Attorney General was released Wednesday.

All Republicans voted against dismissing the charges against Mayorkas, bar Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski

The council unanimously approved the project at the end of an eight-hour meeting that began Tuesday evening.

A Boeing whistleblower testified he has “serious concerns” about the safety of the company’s 787 Dreamliner and 777 airplanes.

No one was inside the builidng during the storm.

Metcalfe's employs more than 500 people.

The new law applies to grades kindergarten through 12th.

Consuegra went 225-169 in her 13 years at Charlotte.

Here are answers to some common questions about Earth Day and how it came to be.

Those who have an associate degree will have junior standing.

Simpson's remains will be given to his four surviving adult children and no public memorial is scheduled, Attorney Malcolm LaVergne said.

James Cole was charged on Friday, April 12.

Biden also said U.S. Steel "should remain a totally American company" in the face of a Japanese takeover.

Don't put your umbrellas away just yet!

The facility is among a growing number of “micro-hospitals” that are opening around the country.

Johnson said that the House will vote on the bills on Saturday night

EVN recognizes people who “protect and promote election integrity and verifiable elections” each year.

World News

The world's second-busiest airport warns that "recovery will take some time" after its runway was submerged amid flash floods.

Dubai has been hit by record floods, sparking misleading speculation about cloud seeding.

Police took down the international scam on Tuesday and say there could be up to 70,000 UK victims.

Aviva Siegel tells the BBC of the brutal conditions she, Keith and others faced in Hamas captivity.

The official allegedly contacted a man and asked for £2,000 to approve his refugee application.

The Scottish government is to scrap its flagship target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 75% by 2030.

The gulf state's PM says it has been exploited and abused after trying to secure a ceasefire.

Scientists say a fossilised jawbone found in Somerset may be from one of the biggest sea creatures ever.

Holders Manchester City are knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid, losing 4-3 on penalties in their quarter-final second leg.

Hundreds of people have been evacuated as Mount Ruang continues to erupt for the second day.

Peers continue standoff with MPs over legislation enabling asylum seekers to be sent to east Africa.

The Star Wars actor describes his wife Samantha as his "favourite human" after she dies aged 53.

Lawmakers voice concerns over claims that Boeing threatens staff who raise safety concerns.

Pastor Chris Oyakhilome is targeting the new malaria vaccines as African countries start their rollout.

Migrants are caught in China's manufacturing battles with the West, as Beijing tries to save its economy.

Larry Walters' flight, using a garden chair and helium balloons, is celebrated in a stage musical.

Megan Brown usually picks up more flavours than more experienced male counterparts at whisky tastings.

Rising musicians say the dedicated top 40 could help take unknown singers into the mainstream.

Where might the main political parties make gains and losses in the local elections on 2 May?

Viola, the elephant, was startled by the sound of a nearby car and ran away while having a bath.

The deal, if approved by shareholders and judges, would be the largest in corporate America.

The novelist, best known for her Shopaholic series of novels, revealed her diagnosis on social media.

Chancellor Jeremy Hunt says he replaced the No 11 carpets Liz Truss claimed were infested with fleas.

The UK foreign secretary tells Israeli leaders not to risk escalating tensions in the Middle East.

Karen Hadaway and Nicola Fellows, both aged nine, were killed in Brighton in 1986.

Former Post Office chairman Allan Leighton apologises for his part in the "terrible" Horizon scandal.

Michael Donovan was jailed for staging the youngster's kidnap in February 2008.

Manchester City's dreams of winning a second successive Treble were left in tatters by Real Madrid, writes Phil McNulty.

Mikel Arteta says he must show his Arsenal side "support and love" after they were knocked out in the Champions League.

Rangers suffer a second blow to their Scottish Premiership title hopes within three days as they are held to a goalless draw away to Dundee.

The England and Wales Cricket Board announces the eight counties that will host professional women's teams as part of a major restructure of the domestic game from 2025.

Holders Manchester City are knocked out of the Champions League by Real Madrid, losing 4-3 on penalties in their quarter-final second leg.