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Four observations the day after the Packers' 32-18 win against the Los Angeles Rams on Saturday.

Maybe it takes a prolonged silence to be reminded of how loud several thousand cold, perhaps inebriated people can be when lifting their voices.

Player development took a hit in 2020 with no minor-league games but shortstop Brice Turang still sits atop the Brewers list of top prospects.

After the U.S. Capitol riot and threats to state Capitols around the nation, law enforcement steps up its presence in Madison.

Wisconsin State Capitol was heavily guarded on Sunday, but so far there have been no protesters

Police responded to a 911 call for shots fired and a subsequent call reporting an armed suicidal person, according to the Cudahy police chief.

Nominate any student-athlete for the I AM SPORT Award, which recognizes hard work in the community

Senior guard Selena Lott led the Golden Eagles with 30 points while junior forward Chloe Marotta nearly had a triple-double.

Mitchell Park Domes train show features the theme All-Aboard Games bringing classic game board favorites, including Scrabble, Monopoly, Life, and more.


A spokesman for Foley & Lardner said the Milwaukee-based law firm is not representing any parties contesting the results of the November presidential election.

The Trump campaign has requested a recount of votes in Milwaukee and Dane counties, where Wisconsin's two largest cities are located.

The Journal Sentinel takes accusations like these seriously. This is not a doctored image. Here's what our investigation found.

The appeal also argues that Morgan Geyser, who was barely 12 when she was arrested, couldn't really understand what rights she gave up when she agreed to speak alone with a detective.

Ron Johnson, Scott Fitzgerald and Tom Tiffany represent a virulent strain of politics that is an existential threat to democracy.

Democratic Gov. Tony Evers called again for more gun restrictions hours before the shooting at Molson Coors and a top GOP lawmaker again rejected the idea.

Brewers' broadcaster Bob Uecker survives venomous spider bite, continues to cheat death