Advocates at both Golden House and the Sexual Assault Center are encouraging more victims to come forward, even amid the pandemic, when it’s harder to get away. They say help is available, and they’ll be there for all victims.
Despite today's summer-like fall weather, it won't be too long before ice anglers start getting their gear ready for winter. And for some, that will include a De Pere man's invention that's gaining a lot of traction in the ice fishing industry.
Wisconsin state agencies are cutting $300 million, including $45 million at the University of Wisconsin System, under the most recent round of reductions Gov. Tony Evers ordered due to losses caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
The state Supreme Court won’t hear a lawsuit Republican legislators filed last year alleging Democratic Attorney General Josh Kaul wasn’t complying with laws passed during a 2018 lame-duck legislative session.
Green Bay Police officers find a new way to honor officers who've been killed in the line of duty. Since there was not a formal police memorial ceremony this year due to the pandemic, officers are honoring the officers by placing the names of the fallen on the back of their squad cars.
The prospect that President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans will fill Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Supreme Court seat before the year is out has ignited a call for major changes on the court, including expanding the number of justices.
During the Action 2 News at 4:30 on Monday, we spoke with Dr. Michael Wagner, a professor at UW-Madison’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication, to discuss the impact the now vacant Supreme Court seat may have on the presidential election.
A First Alert Investigation: A jury found Jacob Cayer guilty of murdering a mother and daughter and attempting to kill another man. But in phase two of his trial, the same jury found him not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect. He was committed to a state psychiatric facility. The victims' family says it's not right that Cayer could begin asking the court to let him out of the facility only months after the judge committed him there. How? That's Wisconsin's law.
It was a home opener at Lambeau Field yesterday like never before in the team's storied history, with no fans in attendance due to the pandemic. And right now, coronavirus trends in Brown County point to an empty stadium later in the season.