The US State Department granted a Yemeni mother, whose 2-year-old son is on life support in an Oakland hospital, a waiver Tuesday to travel to the United States, according to officials with the Council on American-Islamic Relations.
Saturn’s rings make it one of the most striking planets in the solar system, but scientists believe they could disappear in less than a 100 million years — which isn’t all that long when you consider that the gas giant itself is more than 4 billion years old.
New government data show just how much your neighborhood can impact the length of your life.
A parrot in the United Kingdom that was once kicked out of the National Animal Welfare Trust sanctuary for swearing too much is at it again. This time, he using Amazon Alexa to order items while his owner is away.
An emotional Facebook post penned by an Ohio police officer is going viral.
A controversial high-voltage power line across western Wisconsin has been put into service after almost three years of construction.
A Green Bay Packers fan has lost a court battle to wear green and gold on the sidelines of Soldier Field, home of the rival Chicago Bears.
SOUTH MILWAUKEE, Wis. — It was a holiday decoration decapitation, as vandals tore the head off a snowman display on the front lawn of a South
A Muslim woman said she was not allowed to take a test on Wednesday at United Migrant Opportunity Services in Milwaukee that she needs for her GED because of her religious clothing.
High school students are getting more sleep in Seattle. That’s the finding of a study on later school start times.
California regulators are considering a plan to charge a fee for text messaging on mobile phones to help support programs that make phone service accessible to the poor.
A popular tampon brand is voluntarily recalling certain items because there are reports they are coming apart and unraveling.
BROWN COUNTY, Wis. (WBAY) – A cat caused traffic to “paws” on the 172 bridge Tuesday morning. Video from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation shows deputies