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UPDATE: Authorities identify three victims in medical helicopter crash


Prescribed burns planned for Marinette, Florence counties


State of Wisconsin under quarantine for Emerald Ash Borer


SNBT donates $150,000 to Community REC Center


New study to track movements of walleye and lake whitefish in and around Green Bay


Menominee Tribe files federal lawsuit over Back Forty Mine permit


Coast Guard cutters break ice as Lake Erie freezes


We Energies is headed to Puerto Rico


Grant will fund Great Lakes pollution study


Coast Guard urges caution around ice on the Great Lakes as temperatures rise


Man identified in fatal officer-involved shooting in Marinette


Man killed in officer-involved shooting near Marinette


U.S. Navy looking at new warship design


Asian carp found in major Wisconsin river


Coast Guard rescue on Lake Michigan


Officials: 2 sold drugs that caused pregnant woman's death


Supreme Court takes up key case about partisan redistricting


Packers fans give lift to stranded Davon House to Green Bay


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Tom Arnold tweets pic with Michael Cohen, says he 'has all the tapes'

Arnold is hunting for 'incriminating' tapes of Trump as part of a show for Vice.

China blocks John Oliver-related content on social media

"Last Week Tonight" host compared Chinese President to Winnie the Pooh and slammed Asian power's record on human rights.

'It's killing me': Migrant mother separated from son on his sixth birthday

Honduran migrant Iris Yolany Eufragio-Mancia doesn't know if she will see her son, Ederson, before she is deported.

This Mississippi town made MLK cry. 50 years later, it still might.

Martin Luther King Jr. cried when he visited Marks, Mississippi, in 1968. If he were alive today, "he may very well still be weeping," one official says.

Mothers wait in agony in immigration detention to see children again

"I need to hear his voice," says one mother. "There are many desperate mothers here."