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Following the January 29 announcement by Caterpillar Inc. that… Read more
Acts of cruelty against animals are now counted alongside felony crimes like arson, burglary, assault, and homicide in the FBI’s expansive criminal database.
A bill that would make it harder for police to seize cash and cars from drug trafficking suspects is facing opposition from county sheriffs.
Listed below are a few of the incidents that Spooner Police Department officers handled on January 1-24.
The influenza season got off to a slow start in Wisconsin in 2015, but officials with the Department of Health Services (DHS) have noticed an increase in cases in the first weeks of 2016 and want to remind state residents that it is not too late to get a flu vaccine and take other actions to…
County officials voiced concerns on Tuesday about the impact of a $3.6 million cut in funding for county programs provided by the University of Wisconsin Cooperative Extension.
"“There’s been an awakening. Have you felt it?”
Lead poisoning from water in Flint, Michigan, has drawn national attention, but lead contamination in the water is also a concern in Wisconsin.
Norwegians take firewood seriously. So seriously that a prospective suitor might do well to get his woodpile in order before popping the question.
On February 1, 1860, Laura Ingalls Wilders' parents, Charles Ingalls and Caroline Quiner, better known as "Ma and Pa Ingalls," pictured above, were married in Concord, Wisconsin.
Do you know the hazards that broken fluorescent bulbs pose? Are you one of those people that is skeptical of how harmful this toxin really is? Why not read on for the answers.
U.S. Navy officials have been directed to consider doing away with the term “Midshipman.” Or at least the “man” part. This news comes as the Naval Academy attempts to fully integrate women into the service at all levels.