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Even if you have a good point to make, ranting about it on Twitter probably isn't the best idea.
Arizona's Kaleb Tarczewski is either mighty, might strong, or Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky committed an egregious yet picture-perfect flop. What say you, Badgers basketball Twitter?
There are only 16 teams left playing for a championship in March. Here's when they're playing and what to watch for.
Dropkick Murphys responded with some serious vitriol when they learned that Scott Walker used their hit cover song, 'Shipping Up to Boston.'
The 'Saved by the Bell' star wasn't just arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, but for allegedly using it at a bar fight.
Dustin Diamond was caught with a concealed weapon. I don't remember this episode of 'Saved by the Bell'.
If you're gonna get a DUI anyway, you might as well pull out all the stops to try to get out of it like this guy did.
Why is this woman walking around her community dressed as The Snow Monster From 'Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer?'
Watch out for that...basketball.
Neenah mayor Dean Kaufert decided to drum up support for a high school performance of 'Footloose' by playing the role of the 'bad guy.'
What sort of soulless monster wouldn't adopt a kitten named Professor PuddinPop, we ask?!
Months after a stabbing that was reportedly linked to worship of The Slender Man, a town has seen Slender Man Halloween costumes in stores.
Surely two of the stars of "Airplane!" aren't doing Wisconsin tourism ads? They are, and don't call...well, you know the rest.
Green Bay police officer Joel Zwicky is turning heads by being the department's (and maybe even the country's) first skateboarding cop.
After a week of threats and bizarre statements, one man killed his neighbor and injured another while claiming to be God.
Two 12-year-old girls are being charged as adults in the attempted murder of a classmate, an act they claimed was done for The Slender Man.
A Milwaukee mom is being charged after she was accused of encouraging other kids to hit a boy in the face with dodgeballs at a party.
The big center with floppy hair and an endearing grin, Frank Kaminsky, hit every shot Wisconsin needed to make the Final Four on Saturday.