3-21-23 state investigators probing death in hortonville

HORTONVILLE, Wis. (AP) — Investigators with the state Department of Justice are investigating a mysterious death in northeastern Wisconsin. The Justice Department said in a statement that police officers were called to a house in the village

3-21-23 state supreme court candidates meet for only televised debate

The candidates for Wisconsin Supreme Court meet Tuesday for the only debate before the April 4 election.  Conservative former state supreme court justice Dan Kelly and  Democratic-supported Milwaukee County Circuit judge Janet Protasiewicz will square off Tuesday in  Madison in a

3-21-23 meteorologists predict flood threats this spring

Meteorologists are predicting flood threats for a large portion of the U.S. this spring.   With gradually warming temperatures and repeated major snow events over the past several weeks the national weather service says flooding is a threat in

3-21-23 unclaimed property checks

The Wisconsin Department of Revenue  is sending $3.9 million to more than 30,000 unclaimed property owners in  March, and for many, the delivery of a check will come as a surprise.  DOR annually matches tax records against the state’s unclaimed

3-21-23 van dyne porch fire

A cigarette butt apparently started a fire that damaged the porch of a Van Dyne grocery store/apartment unit.  Shortly after 3:30am Monday firefighters were called to the scene on Van Dyne Road, for a fire threatening the attached