Governor Tony Evers said his proudest accomplishment in his first 100 days in office was creating the “people’s budget,” a term used by Evers after touring the state collecting input from voters.
An original Women’s Army Corps officer and World War II Veteran is asking you to help make her impending 100th birthday even more special.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has issued a recall for the Field and Stream Timberline Hang On tree stands due to a fall hazard.
The future of an Ashland agency that helps hundreds of people with mental health and substance abuse issues is up in the air.
Officials say no one was injured when a first floor fire spread to the home’s attic Friday night.
The calendar may have turned to March, but it still feels like January.
For the third year in a row, a northern Wisconsin town is back in a national competition.
In one year, the amount of permits issued to Minnesotans allowing them to carry a handgun has increased by nearly 11,000.
Due to the record amount of snowfall in some parts of the viewing area, the risk of late winter or early spring flooding may be higher this year.
Three U.S. Senators from Minnesota and Wisconsin are backing a federal bill that aims to address the affordable child care shortage.
Ashland City Councilors have rejected a final plan to fund a new multi-million dollar police station.
Just this week formal plans were set in motion to bring two new businesses to the area.
The state Department of Natural Resources board has approved spending nearly $5 million to purchase an easement on more than 14,000 acres of northern forest.