ALS is a devastating disease. The 20th annual Black Woods Blizzard Tour will begin on January 30 and WDIO News is focusing on four individuals who are determined to make a difference in the fight against a disease that has hit so many families in the Northland. On Friday you will hear from Justin May, in his 9th year of riding in the Tour.
A group of defendants from Ashland and Bayfield counties is suing over funding and staffing problems in the state Public Defender's Office. They contend their rights to competent defense attorneys and speedy trials have been violated.
Wisconsin Republican leaders and the state's new Democratic governor both want to cut middle class taxes, but disagree on how to pay for it. Gov. Tony Evers wants to cap new tax breaks, while Republicans want to tap a budget surplus.
Vinnie the Viking has come home. The 6-foot wooden carving was stolen from a Hermantown home four and a half years ago. After WDIO aired a story last week, he was identified and returned.
The Superior community came out to learn about the key vision elements of the city's Comprehensive Outdoor Recreation Plan. The plan would potentially allow for more dog parks, trails, and other additions to be implemented in the city.