Russian election officials say voters have approved amendments to the country's constitution that could potentially allow President Vladimir Putin to stay in power until 2036. The weeklong balloting was tarnished by widespread reports of pressure on voters and other irregularities.
The Wisconsin Supreme Court says it won't hear oral arguments in a lawsuit seeking to purge thousands of voters from the rolls until at least September. That raises questions about whether the justices will rule before the Nov. 3 presidential election.
A number of bars in Superior are choosing to voluntarily close their establishments after having served guests potentially infected with COVID-19. On Facebook, the Charlie Brown's Bar, Tipsy Beaver Bar, and Tavern 105 said they will all voluntarily close.
The Wisconsin DNR plans to restart in-person hunter safety courses. The move comes after a hunter advocacy group filed a lawsuit alleging the department has no authority to cancel the courses during the pandemic.
Week 4: What started as a family tradition of mountain biking has become a bonding opportunity for two brothers. This week we join these brothers on the Mission Creek trail to see what it is all about.
People planning to camp at Minnesota State Parks will soon face a narrower window for reserving their sites. Starting July 1, reservations will only be allowed up to four months in advance, though reservations made prior to that date will still be honored.
Week 3: Inspecting and maintaining your mountain bike is crucial to a smooth ride on the trails. This year the bike mechanics at Ski Hut are busier than ever and they are sharing some tips that you can use to fix your bike at home.