Fla. GOP gubernatorial nominee: Don't ‘monkey this up'

Fresh off his victory in the Florida Republican gubernatorial primary, Rep. Ron DeSantis said Wednesday that voters would "monkey this up" if they elected his African-American Democratic opponent, Andrew Gillum, to be governor, immediately drawing accusations of racism.

Charge dropped against Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens

Attorneys representing the state of Missouri announced Monday they will drop a felony invasion of privacy charge against Gov. Eric Greitens, after the attorney prosecuting the case was named as a witness in the trial.

Milwaukee man accused of killing wife, injuring their son

MILWAUKEE (AP) - A Milwaukee man is accused of fatally shooting and burning his wife, and injuring their 5-year-old son in the process.Charges of first-degree intentional homicide and child abuse have been filed against 49-year-old James Hutchins. It wasn't immediately clear if he had an attorney. He had bond set Sunday at $250,000 and was ordered to appear in court on June 6 for a preliminary hearing.

Teen punches senior on bus, police say

18-year-old says man had been drinking, antagonized him, friends

A Madison teen is arrested Saturday after police say he attacked a senior passenger on a city bus.

Hearing set on bill on public records charges

Open records holders could charge for deleting information

It could become more expensive to get public records from government entities under a bill up for public hearing on Wednesday.

Paying for protest patrol in Madison

High-volume events must now pay for extra officers

The Great Midwest Marijuana Harvest Festival is pushing its 42nd year, still uniting people in an effort to legalize the drug. The event culminates with a march down State Street. For the first time, however, the groups running the event are being asked to pay for extra officers.