A retired Jefferson County firefighter died as a result of an explosion at a home on West Water Street in the Town of Rome.
A number of injured victims were taken to the hospital from the scene of a crash near 40th and North.
Two sets of the We Energie's peregrine falcon parents are officially empty nesters.
We Energies released new video that shows the two peregrine falcon chicks at the Oak Creek Power Plant.
The first peregrine falcon egg of the season hatched on Monday, April 26 at the We Energies Oak Creek Power Plant.
We Energies celebrates the first birthday of the 2021 peregrine falcon nesting season.
The first eggs of the 2021 nesting season were laid at the Oak Creek and Valley power plants over the weekend.
Peregrine falcons are back at We Energies power plants
We Energies says Milwaukee's 2.25 megawatt, nine-acre solar project near the airport will save customers more than $1 billion over the next 20 years.
Milwaukee teen Dayce Woodard was changing a tire for a friend when a hit-and-run driver struck him, changing his life. After nearly a dozen surgeries, the 18-year-old is back on his feet. His co-workers took Thursday morning, March 11 to shower him with love, support, and surprises.
We Energies and its parent company WEC Energy Group announced proposed plans for a new 310-megawatt solar and battery storage project.
Over 20,000 We Energies customers lost power in 2020 due to balloons contacting power lines and other equipment, We Energies said.
We Energies and Wisconsin Public Service are celebrating a successful year in helping the state-listed endangered peregrine falcon population grow.
We Energies is alerting customers about a new utility scam.
We Energies is partnering with police to share an important safety message: Stop scams now.
We Energies is proposing the 165-acre facility in Ixonia because of the available land and proximity to existing natural gas lines. The result would be a tower dotting the horizon.
Spartacus, a 6-year-old, 6-pound Pomeranian from Caledonia, Wisconsin, was named our new safe digging “ambassadog”!
MILWAUKEE -- A crew from We Energies is on the scene near 23rd and Clarke in Milwaukee -- where a contractor reportedly struck a nearby gas line.Officials with We Energies say they are "making the area safe and are working to stop the flow of gas."This is a developing story.
MILWAUKEE -- We Energies is looking for an adorable “ambassa-dog” to star in this year’s safe digging campaign.
MILWAUKEE -- The We Energies Foundation has committed more than $500,000 in donations to health care, emergency response and other nonprofit organizations on the front lines of the fight against COVID-19.That includes a special donation to the Milwaukee Fire Department so they can purchase adapters to make their existing personal protective equipment more effective against COVID-19.To date, the We Energies Foundation has pledged more than: