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The opening of Wisconsin's deer seasons is two months away, but Department of Natural Resources officials say now is the time for you to start planning your hunt.
A 40-year-old veteran pilot has built a touching friendship with a young Edgerton boy.
Marathon County Crime Stoppers is asking for help to find the people responsible for stealing from a business in the Township of Cleveland near Stratford.
Communities and individuals have been able to ask the DNR to spray moth-infested areas for 14 years.
Two conservative state senators seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Congress in the Sixth District refused to participate in candidate forums conducted by the League of Wisconsin Women Voters.
A little more than 41 percent of respondents said they believe the system is doing a fair job of rehabilitating inmates into contributing members of society.
From a distance it looks like an enormous satellite dish or something NASA created for a mission to Mars, but step closer and you will quickly see it's a "shade machine" used to keep livestock or people cool on hot days.
Mandy Rathbun talks with her great-grandmother, Viola Jacobi, at Jacobi's 111th birthday party Saturday at the Lutheran Home in Wauwatosa.
As the sun slides toward the horizon, its long, golden fingers cast sparkles across the small lakes dimpled into the earth beside me.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
Every year, more than 35,000 children and adults in the United States are diagnosed with life-threatening diseases, such as leukemia or lymphoma.
Nearly 70,000 Wisconsin consumers who bought individual health insurance in 2013 will receive refunds totaling $2.6 million from insurers under an Obamacare requirement that pushes insurers to operate efficiently.
Residents in a Langlade County town are fired up after what they say was a threat to their Second Amendment rights.
That includes the campy Here Come the Mummies . They may wear costumes and its members bear names like "Mummy Cass" and "Eddie Mummy," but they're ace musicians.
Starting August 1, residents will no longer have to register their numbers every two years--meaning you can sign up your home or cell number one time and it will be permanent.
Heroin bundles usually made up of 10 baggies wound together with a rubber band are seen in this Burlington, Vt., police evidence package.
Updated: Mon Jul 28, 2014 04:04 am
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