Thursday May 2
Northern Wisconsin getting pounded with likely record amounts of snow
Weather patterns that flung snow over the Midwest in April are continuing into May with a storm bringing record-breaking snow in northwest Wisconsin .
Vietnam War-era veteran keeps solemn vow to his lost brother in arms
When the rocket arced up from the Vietnamese jungle and hit the U.S. helicopter, Merlin Raye Allen took the brunt of the blast.
U.S. Cities Joining Push to Dump Fossil Fuel Investments
Nearly a dozen U.S. cities have announced their interest in withdrawing municipal investments from fossil fuel companies, joining a fast-growing movement among colleges and universities that supporters say is allowing citizens concerned with environmental degradation and global climate change to act in lieu of federal action from the U.S. Congress.
'Take Our Planet, and We'll Take Your Money'
"Divestment is just one of the steps we can take to address the climate crisis," said Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn.
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Gradual warm-up to replace wintry conditions
Up to 10 inches of new snow in northwestern Wisconsin and northeastern Minnesota is closing schools and making travel challenging.
Mother pleads not guilty in fatal crash
A Bayfield woman charged in a crash that killed her 2-year-old daughter has pleaded not guilty to criminal charges.