01/22/2021 11:16 AM
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is pushing back against Republican legislators seeking to implement a wolf hunting season immediately.
Authorities say the actions of an intoxicated man who drove his vehicle up the stairs of the Wisconsin Capitol grounds did not appear to be politically motivated.
Members of Congress from the Northland voted along party lines in the second impeachment of President Donald Trump. Reps. Pete Stauber and Jack Bergman released statements saying the impeachment vote would further divide the nation.
Local radio station Life 97.3 and St. Luke's are partnering again for the third annual Northland's Largest Baby Shower to help families in need all month long.
Gun dealers say the spike in demand for guns and ammunition driven by the coronavirus pandemic has not slowed down in Wisconsin. Dealers say they are still having trouble keeping their stores stocked.
With the help of the Wisconsin National Guard, the state is expected to hit the one million mark this week for COVID-19 testing, since April 2020.
Bars and restaurants in Wisconsin are bracing for a busy New Year's Eve Thursday, while bars and restaurants in Minnesota remain closed.
Local tax sites are prepping for what they expect to be a busier than usual tax season and offered some important reminders to the community to make tax season as smooth as possible.
Michigan Health and Human Services Director Robert Gordon has resigned.