A Waukesha North student got quite a surprise Thursday when police made contact with him on a report that he was playing with a real gun.
Video showed the man with his hands up before he was shot.
Not surprisingly, nasty comments were left on stories about Ahmad Khan Rahami. Anonymity allows "venom without consequence," says expert.
Donald Trump once said TV ruined politics but then it made him a political star, plus more from today's news.
North Carolina Congressman Robert Pittenger said "they hate white people because white people are successful and they’re not."
A plan to euthanize the socialized coyote has been scrapped, and Cliff will spend the rest of his days at a zoo.
A total of seven locations are impacted by the breach, including two in New York City and one in Chicago.
The voice of the Dodgers, the voice of baseball, Vin Scully will call his final game at Dodgers stadium Sunday after 67 years in the booth.
The Republican presidential candidate has been emphasizing problems in black communities on the stump.
The search is on for the shooter who left the mall in Washington before authorities arrived.
The National Museum of African American History and Culture will bring tens of thousands to the National Mall Saturday.
Police released two videos of the shooting of Keith Lamont Scott that occurred in Charlotte earlier this week.
A dog tumbled down a 10-foot well in Nashua near Allds Street Saturday.
21-year-old Mundelein man walking past a fight at an apartment party shot to death. 4 others shot in two incidents. 1 hit by car.
The Marlins have canceled today's game after the death of one of baseball's brightest stars.
Nicknamed "The King," Palmer was a seven-time major winner.
President Obama was inspired by his SXSW keynote address to launch a White House version, with Leonardo DiCaprio participating.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette has accepted the resignation of the deputy chief investigator after his arrest in Canton.
Nine people are shot when a man opens fire at a busy intersection near Rice University; authorities order shelter in place.
Here's what to expect out of tonight's first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.