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White House press secretary Sarah Sanders is expected to receive Secret Service protection as soon as Wednesday, two sources familiar with the decision tell CNN, but they did not specify how long it will last.
Sauk County deputies are getting a new armored vehicle.
The U.S. Veterans Administration has updated its software to better protect Social Security numbers in the wake of a News 3 investigation.
The fragile comeback of wolves to Oregon is deepening a cultural divide over how much protection they need.
Keeping the pocket clean against interior rushers is key to the Packers' protection approach, and the Rams have the players to disrupt that.
Wisconsin parents worried their children may become victims of identity theft have an opportunity to freeze their credit and limit potential damage.
A Democratic state senator says taxpayers shouldn't have to foot the bill for Republican Gov. Scott Walker's State Patrol bodyguards on trips to address conservative powerbrokers.
A Wisconsin woman says she plans to file a lawsuit challenging the state's fetal protection law.
Illinois interstate tolls can cost a pretty penny but a new scam could cost drivers in Wisconsin even more.
The Madison Police Department has a new tool that will help improve the safety of its officers and citizens. It is the same tool that kept American servicemen and women safe in Iraq and Afghanistan: an MRAP.
Consumer protection officials are urging shoppers this holiday season to be aware of store policies on returns, refunds and exchanges.
The deadline to sign up for Wisconsin's no-call list is Saturday.
The Legislature's finance committee is set to decide whether to exempt rent-to-own stores from Wisconsin's consumer protection laws.
Five of the eight members of Wisconsin's congressional delegation are expressing their opposition to a plan that could limit milk production in the state.
Religious leaders, a Republican state senator and others are asking Gov. Scott Walker to back off his plan to free rent-to-own businesses from Wisconsin's consumer protection act.
Plans to demolish aging barn facilities at the Alliant Energy Center moved forward with the selection of a Madison architecture firm to design replacement pavilions, according to the county executive's office.
State consumer protection officials surveyed nearly 130 scales used by Wisconsin precious metal buyers and found they were accurate most of the time or had errors in the seller's favor.
The 83-year-old dairy processor that closed abruptly in southeastern Wisconsin and left area schools scrambling for milk has filed for bankruptcy.
Business and city government officers around the state have received fake invoices for a "telecom maintenance agreement," and state officials are warning other businesses about the practice.