09/17/2020 03:42 PM
Wisconsin wildlife officials estimate the number of wolves in the state has increased by about 13% from last year. The agency believes that based on modeling the wolf population is 1,195 wolves.
President Donald Trump will be traveling to Kenosha, Wisconsin, on Tuesday, amid fury over the police shooting of Jacob Blake in the back.
A 13-year-old Cumberland, Wis., girl died in an off-road vehicle crash in Barron County on Thursday. Three others were injured, including a 12-year-old boy from Superior.
The Sawyer County Sheriff's Office says a 3-year-old girl suffered only minor injuries while spending 24 hours lost in the woods. Abigail Ladwig was treated at a hospital for minor scratches, insect bites, and dehydration and released.
Two years after suffering severe storm damage, Pattison Park's new and improved walking path re-opened to the public Saturday.
The University of Wisconsin System will get about $32 million in federal aid to pay for coronavirus tests and personal protective equipment when students return to campuses next month.
Ashland County health officials report the first confirmed death related to COVID-19. As of Tuesday, Ashland County has had 20 cases of COVID-19.
A drive thru job fair in the Superior offered to help connect employers with potential employees ran by the Northwest Wisconsin Workforce Investment Board.
Authorities regain control of a 236-inmate housing unit inside an Upper Peninsula prison hours after a fight among three inmates resulted in one being Tased by an officer.