We leave the Midwest for a long weekend only to come back to an extremely long list of classic Wisconsin stories. Can't you guys take a break to celebrate the inauguration of a new president? Clearly not. Oh well, more for us to talk about. Check out an epic list of Wisconsin failures.Toddler pinned by cow, seriously injured
WAUPACA - A man accused of running over and killing deer with his snowmobile along with two others is a suspect in a hit-and-run pedestrian fatality.
NICHOLS - A 3-year-old child suffered a serious head injury when the toddler was pinned against the wall of a barn by a cow in Outagamie County.
JUNEAU -- A prison inmate has been charged with two counts of attempted first-degree homicide for allegedly attacking two guards with a claw hammer.
WAUKESHA - A 25-year-old Milwaukee woman found partially frozen in a snowbank over the weekend says Tuesday she was "gone" before doctors brought her back to life. She says she is unsure why she was there in the first place. Blame booze.
RACINE-- The Journal Times of Racine reports that Mayor Gary Becker has resigned following his arrest in an Internet sex sting last week. The 51-year-old Becker was charged Thursday with six felonies. He's accused of trying to arrange a sexual encounter with someone he thought was an underage girl.
MONROE -- A 32-year-old man could face up to 60 years in prison after being convicted in the death of his two-month-old son.
TOMAH -- A Tomah alderman has been cited for a third drunken-driving offense. The Tomah Monitor-Herald reports Workman told a police officer that he and his wife had just eaten dinner.
A 51-year-old Alma woman will serve 30 days in jail after starting a fire in her house to draw her husband's attention. Victoria Petty originally told police the fire must have started from a candle she used in the closet, but she later told police she started her husband's sweater on fire and closed the closet door.
RICE LAKE -- The city of Rice Lake is asking everyone in town to continuously run a steady stream of water from at least one faucet until further notice. Rice Lake Utilities manager Scott Reimer says the city is trying to avoid the costly damage of frozen pipes.
APPLETON -- A civil lawsuit filed by a biracial, transgender person against an Appleton nightclub alleges discrimination based on race and sexual orientation. The lawsuit filed in Outagamie County Circuit Court on behalf of 28-year-old Sierra Broussard says the Park Central nightclub denied entrance based on race and Broussard's transgender status.