MIDDLETON – The gunman who shot four people at a Dane County software company Wednesday was flagged as being a danger to co-workers and banned from having firearms more than a decade ago, new police records show. WTS Paradigm employee Anthony Tong was taken to a mental health hospital and barred from buying firearms 14…
WHITEWATER – After a UW-Whitewater investigation concluded in June that Pete Hill, husband of Chancellor Beverly Kopper, had sexually harassed female employees, UW System President Ray Cross stripped him of his honorary role and banned him from campus. Kopper didn’t notify the public that her husband was no longer allowed on campus until last week, though. The announcement came just…
BARABOO – A judge said Friday he is likely to make public portions of a redacted email involving a Spring Green man found dead on property deemed a health hazard by Sauk County officials, the Baraboo News Republic reported. Green Lake County Circuit Court Judge Mark Slate, who was appointed to avoid conflicts of interest…
A Racine County judge’s decision to seal a public records lawsuit has confounded open government advocates, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported.
Some researchers working as part of a partnership between Foxconn and UW-Madison could be paid by the university in an agreement that also includes confidentiality clauses.
Employees in the Wisconsin Department of Justice were instructed last month to sign a nondisclosure agreement on the same day as the release of a tell-all book about the Gov. Scott Walker administration.
A planned Oneida County forestry committee trip to the Eagle Mine in Marinette, Mich., is raising open meetings questions.
Two years after a teen inmate almost died, state officials alerted nursing regulators to the incident — a day after it was reported by the Journal Sentinel.
The Lakeland Times has filed a motion seeking unredacted Department of Justice disciplinary records, the newspaper reported Friday.
Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel announced Monday that testing has been completed on all rape kits in the state’s backlog, which USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin reported in 2015 to be as many as 6,000 untested kits.