President Donald Trump says any Jewish people who vote Democratic show "either a total lack of knowledge or great disloyalty." The president's Tuesday comments come amid his ongoing feud with Reps. Ilhan Omar of Minnesota and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan.
A top Russian diplomat is expressing concern after the U.S. tested a type of missile that had been banned for decades. The U.S. military on Sunday flight-tested a ground-launched version of a cruise missile off the coast of California.
A bipartisan proposal designed to help Wisconsin's fledgling hemp industry has been modified to appease concerns of law enforcement. Police had been concerned about regulations of the amount of THC in a driver's system.
Democratic Gov. Tony Evers' pick to head the Wisconsin Department of Health Services has won approval from a Republican-controlled legislative committee. Andrea Palm's appointment to the state health department still requires full Senate approval.
Essentia and the Minnesota Nurses Association have reached a tentative three-year contract agreement. This comes just one day after the nurses held an informational picket outside the Duluth hospitals to voice their concerns.
Facebook is launching a tool that lets users block the social network from gathering information about them on outside websites and apps. Users will be able to see the activity that Facebook tracks outside its service and turn it off, if they wish.
The Minnesota Department of Commerce warns consumers of an increase in robocalls. One of the most popular prerecorded messages claim to be from the I.R.S. and a new trend includes fraudulent calls from Social Security Administration imposters.
Carrie Underwood will host the Country Music Association Awards which airs on November 13 on WDIO-DT. She will be joined by Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire, celebrating "legendary women in Country Music."
The Outer Island of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore is temporarily closed to both day and overnight visitors. Park Service staff say there is a bear frequenting public areas that does not seem to be afraid of humans.
Receipts obtained by the Associate Press show the Wisconsin DNR spent nearly $10,000 on a chronic wasting disease conference. The gathering of leaders from ten states did not result in any new strategies.
A newly released study says if invasive carp reach Lake Michigan, they probably would find enough food to spread farther. University of Michigan scientists say the carp could feed on mussel excrement and other organic material when venturing into deeper waters.