- Police identified an Eagle River man as the person shot and killed by officers outside of Merrill Tuesday morning. LINCOLN COUNTY Fifty-year-old Scot Minard was pulled over in Antigo just after 6:00am Tuesday. That man then shot at an officer and took off.
- This year seems to be off to a good start for the housing market here in Wisconsin. RHINELANDER A new report shows the first half of 2016 was the strongest since before the Great Recession of 2008.
- A UTV crash killed a man in Florence County. FLORENCE COUNTY The sheriff's department tells us 68 year old James Marquardt of Long Lake died in the crash over the weekend. Marquardt had been riding west on Grandma Lake Road in Long Lake Township. The UTV went out of control after Marquardt hit the brakes. It skidded sideways, left the road and hit a tree. Deputies think Marquardt may have been going too fast.
- Over the last few years, Lac du Flambeau's Frank Schuman, a mixed martial arts athlete, rose to become one of the top King of the Cage fighters in the nation. EAGLE RIVER Nicknamed "Nightmare," he drew large crowds to see him fight in Lac du Flambeau. Newswatch 12 even did a pair of feature stories on him in 2015 and 2016. But on Tuesday, Schuman went before a judge in Vilas County Court, charged with 11 counts related to battery and domestic abuse.
- Two girls accused of trying to kill a classmate in an attempt to please the fictional horror character Slender Man will remain in adult court for now. MADISON TAKE VO Slender Man Case / Still in adult court The 2nd District Appeals court today went along with a lower court's decision that it was reasonable to try both girls as adults. The girls could appeal the rulings to the state Supreme Court. The girls were 12 years old in 2014 when the stabbing happened. Authorities say, they lured their classmate into woods in Waukesha after a birthday sleepover and repeatedly stabbed her. The victim, who was also 12, was found along a road, bleeding from wounds that nearly killed her.
- A judge upholds the firing of the Milwaukee police officer who killed Dontre Hamilton. MILWAUKEE Former officer Christopher Manney was fired for his actions leading up to Hamilton's 2014 shooting, but not for the shooting itself. Manney appealed his firing in court after losing his first appeal before the Milwaukee Fire and Police Commission. A judge found Manney was fired for violating department rules...and that his decision to frisk Hamilton escalated a routine police encounter into a catastrophe. Hamilton was shot 14 times after Manney responded to a complaint of a man sleeping in a park. Manney said he was attacked and he opened fire in self-defense. The former officer was never charged in the shooting.
- Chicago's police union is asking officers to refuse to work overtime during the Labor Day weekend to protest the "disrespect" of police and the recent slayings of officers around the United States. CHICAGO The department that put thousands of extra police officers on the street during other summer holiday weekends to combat an expected surge in violence says officers will be ordered to work overtime if not enough volunteer.
- Hillary Clinton claimed the Democratic presidential nomination after rival Bernie Sanders asked delegates at the party's national convention to nominate her by acclamation. PHILADELPHIA It was a dramatic end to the roll call of states.