high schooler wins state park sticker contest
— A southeastern Wisconsin student has won the Department
of Natural Resources' annual state park admission sticker
committee to release Common Core report
— A report on recommendations for changes to the Common
Core educationstandards in place in Wisconsin is scheduled
to be released and voted on this week.
mayor hospitalized after birthday run
— Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett is spending his 60th
birthday overnight in a hospital where he is being treated
for exhaustion following a 20-kilometer run.
dead, 1 injured in incident at NW Wisconsin home
RIVER — Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin are
investigating the deaths of two people at a residence in
board to get details on 2013 deer hunt
- The state Department of Natural Resources is set to get
more information on the 2013 gun deer hunt.
temps to linger across Wis.; snow likely
BAY - There's no warm-up in the Wisconsin forecast this
school program in Wis. hits delays
- A program in which a central Wisconsin high school
district planned to partner with a Chinese school has been
delayed due to issues with the Chinese government.
advisories issued in central, NE Wis.
CROSSE - A blast of Arctic air has arrived, and the National
Weather Service has issued wind-chill advisories in central
Wisconsin up to the northeast corner of the state.
Valley-area police expand use of body cameras
- Police in the Fox Valley area plan to expand the use of
body cameras, which are digital cameras the size of a credit
card that allow police to record interactions with the
ranks No. 8 in college grads with loan debt
- Two out of every three people who graduated from a
Wisconsin college last year entered the job market carrying
debt from student loans, a rate that saddles the state with
a No. 8 national ranking, according to a new report.
UW schools developing flex programs
- Four more University of Wisconsin System schools are
developing flex option programs.
Yachts looking for workers in Pulaski
- A northeastern Wisconsin yacht builder has won a
multi-million dollar Dutch contract and plans to hire 150
man sentenced for strangling woman
CLAIRE - An Altoona man has been sentenced to 22½ years in
prison for strangling a woman family members say was his
million gallons of manure spilled this year
- State officials say Wisconsin farms spilled more than 1
million gallons of manure this year, the greatest amount in
for Wis. turkey, bear permits approaching
— The deadline for filing applications for Wisconsin's
spring turkey and bear hunts is fast approaching.
company submits Wis. storm water permit
— A company looking to dig a huge iron mine near Lake
Superior has submitted a storm water permit application to
presides over tree lighting ceremony
- After two lighting ceremonies, the lights of the Wisconsin
state Capitol Christmas tree are now on for good.