Northern WI Community News

Walker Introduces School Safety Bills, Calls Special Session

Northern Wisconsin Elk Hunt Set for Fall

Madeline Island Folks Play Croquet on Ice Road

Walker Signs Bill Increasing Aid for Rural Schools

Bayfield Working to Reduce Water Utility Emissions

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Ashland Robotics Team Heads to State Tourney In First Season

Thousands Compete in 44th Annual American Birkebeiner

Price County, Wisconsin Man Arrested For 6th OWI

Wisconsin Leaders Frustrated with Lack of Broadband Service

Woman Charged as Accomplice in Ashland Homicide


$1 Million Bond Set for 4 Charged in Iron Co. Homicide

42-Year-Old Man Held in Connection with Ashland Death

Man Injured in Spooner Explosion

Wisconsin Accepting Industrial Hemp License Applications

Two Arrested in Ashland Homicide
Walker Shifts Position in Reaction to School Shootings
Skiing Fans Gather For Annual American Birkebeiner Kick-Off
Spooner Asks Residents to Keep Water Running
Wis. Legislature Approves Rural School Money
Wisconsin Assembly Passes Rural Aid Bill
Wisconsin Assembly Passes School Guard Grant Bill
Wisconsin Tweaks Dairy Insurance Program
Wisconsin Attorney General Open to Allowing Guns in Schools
SCCU Buys Dairyland State Bank
Nearly 400 Road Crashes; 1 Fatality, as Winter Storm Blankets Minnesota
Snow Emergency Declared in Washburn, Ashland Wisconsin
The Erie Trader/Clyde S. VanEnkevort is expected to leave port Tuesday.

First Ship Expected to Leave Twin Ports Tuesday

Critter Harbor holds Fundraiser in Preparation of 2018
Construction to Begin on Belknap Street in Superior
Snowmobile Racers Compete in Grand Nationals Snow Drags in Superior
Earth Rider Brewery Begins Canning Beer
St. Louis River Summit Addresses Progress, Concerns in River Environment
Three people were killed in an Ironwood fire on Feb. 21.  The cause remains under investigation.

Cause of Triple-Fatal Ironwood Fire Still Undetermined

Fading Isle Royale Wolf Population to be Restored
Crowded Porcupine Mountains Limits Backcountry Camping
Michigan House Approves Updates to Absentee Ballot, Voter ID Rules
Online Voter Registration Approved by Michigan Senate
World Champion Martial Artist Uses Bullying Experience to Help Others
Staying Safe Ice Fishing on Area Lakes

With the recent warming trend, Eyewitness News decided to look into whether it is still safe to ice fish, and how to stay safe when doing so.

First Ship Expected to Leave Twin Ports Tuesday

The Erie Trader/Clyde S. VanEnkevort is expected to leave port Tuesday.

March Into Mentoring Month

The March into Mentoring Month has launched in the Twin Ports.

Businesses Prepared for Setbacks As Belknap Construction Begins

Winter is coming to end, which marks the beginning of construction season. The second and final phase of work on Belknap Street, between John and Birch Avenue, has officially begun.