Devonere A. Johnson remains in custody on state and federal charges for allegedly shaking down two Madison taverns.
Debra L. Riphahn-Vera, 55, the former general manager of the Market Street Diner, will spend six years on probation, six months of it in jail, for stealing nearly $200,000 from the restaurant while she worked there.
A state court pilot program for business law is coming to Dane County, and some say it usurps authority from local courts.
"But the one thing I haven't heard enough discussion about are the needs of the victims of crimes caused by juveniles," Koval writes.
The Madison City Attorney's Office announced Friday that all 48 properties owned by Peterson had been sold, ending the two-year long process.
The city attorney announced Friday that Ray Peterson's nuisance properties have been sold, concluding a nuisance action filed in 2015.
Police still don't know the motivation for the Dec. 21 shooting at a group home for disabled people in which one woman was killed and another was injured.
A former UW-Madison doctoral candidate in education who was released from prison last year after serving a sentence for possessing child porno…
Judge orders Anchor Property Management to take control of Ray Peterson's properties.
The Madison landlord, who hasn't complied with a judge's order to hire a professional property management company, has 34 more properties listed for sale.
Jon L. Huettner, convicted of preying on his daughter's friends and others, is sentenced to 42 years in prison; he maintains he did nothing wrong.
Maria Castillo-Dominguez was convicted of first-degree reckless homicide for throwing her son, Luis Angel, against a wall in 2011.
A man convicted of felony child neglect but still facing other charges because of a deadlocked jury will have to find another lawyer after a j…
Melinda Drabek-Chritton, charged with abusing her husband's 15-year-old daughter, pleaded no contest Monday to two felonies.
A Madison woman accused of reckless homicide for allegedly letting her sister die on the floor of a West Side home could face trial after a do…
The lawyer for Chad Chritton, who was convicted of child neglect but faces a possible retrial on other charges, asked to withdraw from the case.
A man who beat and abducted his estranged wife in December pleaded guilty Monday to false imprisonment, attempted escape and battery.
The case against Chad Chritton will be in the hands of the jury on Thursday, after 12 days of testimony.
The line was drawn starkly Tuesday as the trial started for a Madison man accused of keeping his emaciated daughter locked in the basement.
More than 1½ years after the death of 3-year-old Luis Vasquez, testimony began in the first-degree reckless homicide trial of the boy's mother…
A Marshall man was convicted Thursday of child enticement and sexual assault after pleading guilty to six felonies, this time making it throug…
A frequent Capitol protester was placed in a first-offenders program Thursday after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct for disrupting repor…
Laura Robar pleaded no contest to identity theft for using a card that belonged to Matthew Graville. Her son is charged in Graville's death.
Jeffrey Vogelsberg, charged with first-degree murder for the beating death of his autistic half-brother, pleaded not guilty Thursday to the homicide charge.