A former Minnesota state trooper who stopped at a crash scene in March 2020 took the victim’s cell phone and texted himself her nude photos, he admitted in court.
After a Racine County couple was told their rainbow pride flag violated neighborhood rules, the couple found another, brighter way to share their message.
“The Gestapo wants to see your papers, please," Republican state Rep. Shae Sortwell posted on Facebook.
Now you’re vaccinated, your boss wants you back in the office at least part-time and you’d like to travel. What happens to your faithful companion, the one who enjoyed the pandemic routine?
A spell of dry, mild weather is giving the Great Lakes a break after two years of high water that has shattered records and heavily damaged shoreline roads and homes, officials said Monday.
Republican Sen. Ron Johnson questioned the need for widespread COVID-19 vaccinations, saying in a radio interview, "what do you care if your neighbor has one or not?"
Indianapolis police said they have not made a positive identification of the gunman who killed eight people before taking his own life late Thursday at a FexEd facility in Indianapolis.
As the Midwest ramps up COVID-19 vaccines with support from the feds, how do the states compare in delivery of shots in the arm so far?