10, Dec 2013 - Wisconsin Supreme Court won't hear Bryan Stanley case
The Wisconsin Supreme Court has declined to review a decision that sent a man who killed a priest and two others in La Crosse County back to a mental health facility.
10, Dec 2013 - Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear voter ID cases
MADISON, Wis.â€”The Wisconsin Supreme Court said Wednesday it will hear arguments in two separate lawsuits challenging the state's requirement
10, Dec 2013 - Wisconsin veteran who lost hand must get FBI training soon, judge rules
The war veteran who won his case to become the first FBI agent with a prosthetic hand must be returned to individual training by April, a federal judge ruled Friday â€” unless the FBI knows by March that it will have a new class of trainees starting by June.
10, Dec 2013 - Appleton, WI Wisconsinâ€™s Lawyer Pressed by Appeals Judges on Abortion
Wisconsinâ€™s lawyer met with a hail of questions from U.S. appeals court judges while he tried to defend a state law that requires doctors who perform abortions to have local hospital admitting privileges.
10, Dec 2013 - Wisconsin Supreme Court to hear arguments in 2 voter ID lawsuits
MADISON, Wis. â€” The Wisconsin Supreme Court said Wednesday it will hear arguments in two separate lawsuits challenging the state's requirement that voters show photo identification at the polls, after saying three times previously it would not take up the issue.
10, Dec 2013 - Oshkosh, WI Assembly leader backs online court records limits
The top lawmaker in the Wisconsin Assembly said he favors expunging unproven charges from the state's online court records system but expressed reservations about another bill limiting access to pending cases.
09, Dec 2013 - Madison, WI Wisconsin Supreme Court hears challenge to Walker's union law
MADISON, Wis. -- Labor attorneys pushed the state Supreme Court on Monday to strike down portions of Republican Gov. Scott Walker's public union restrictions, arguing the prohibitions are designed to force school district and municipal workers to abandon their unions.
09, Dec 2013 - Wood, WI WJFW News
WISCONSIN RAPIDS - A Marshfield man will spend at least 40 years in prison for the murder of an 18-year-old woman.
09, Dec 2013 - Justices hear dispute between airline, pilot
The Supreme Court questioned Monday whether a Wisconsin airline can be held liable for reporting one of its pilots as mentally unstable and potentially armed. Federal authorities pulled the pilot off a ...
09, Dec 2013 - Washington, WI Charges: Wis. Teacher Accused Of Sex With Female Students
A 36-year-old Stillwater man who taught at a Wisconsin high school is accused of having sex with two students from that school at his home, according to charges filed Thursday by the Washington County Attorney.
09, Dec 2013 - Washington, WI Inmate is found strangled at Oak Park Heights prison
A fellow inmate has been named as a suspect in the killing of Wisconsin child molester Shane Cooper.
09, Dec 2013 - Price, WI Wisconsin man sentenced for role in Anonymous DDoS
IDG News Service - A man from Wisconsin was sentenced for participating in a DDoS (distributed denial-of-service) attack by hacker group Anonymous on a Kansas company.
09, Dec 2013 - Clayton, WI Wisconsinâ€™s Voter ID Law Suppresses Votes, Judge Is Told
A Wisconsin law requiring voters to present a government-issued photo ID before being allowed to cast their ballots suppresses votes, a lawyer challenging the measure told a U.S. judge at the close of a two-week trial.
09, Dec 2013 - Eau Claire, WI Wis. court: Union restrictions don't prevent police from negotiating deductible contributions
MADISON, Wis. â€” Wisconsin's public union restrictions don't prevent Eau Claire County Sheriff's deputies from negotiating over their share of health care deductibles, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday.
09, Dec 2013 - Office of the General Assembly Statement on Minister Housing Case in Wisconsin
December 4, 2013 Office of the GeneralÂ Assembly Louisville The Office of the General Assembly (OGA) has been receiving inquiries and questions regarding the November 21, 2013 decision of a federal district court (Western District of Wisconsin) judge in Madison, Wisconsin which held that a portion of Section 107 of the Internal Revenue Code is unconstitutional....