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Families encouraged to have 'end of life' plans


Additional charges filed against man for aiding in murder of Lac du Flambeau man


Alleged human trafficker operating in Michigan, Wisconsin arrested


Researchers look into Lake Superior algae bloom


Iron County Wisconsin men found guilty for Lac Du Flambeau man’s death


Officers utilize Alicia’s Law to arrest Eagle River man for Possession of Child Pornography


Wisconsin Sales Tax Holiday starts next week


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


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A 'great doctor': ER physician broke down as he treated colleague after Chicago shooting

"We get fairly used to dealing with trauma ... but when it is someone you know, that all goes out the window."

White supremacist pleads guilty in connection with violence at Calif. rally

Tyler Laube admitted being associated with the Rise Above Movement and assaulting people at a "Make America Great Again" rally in Huntington Beach.

Fluctuating list of wildfire missing confuses some in California

"If you see anyone on the list who is no longer missing please contact us so their name can be removed."

Chipotle rehires manager in viral video incident labeled racist

Twitter users unearthed old tweets in an effort to help a restaurant manager get her job back after a viral video showed her denying service to black men.

Skid Row vote fraudsters preyed on L.A. homeless, authorities charge

Nine people have been charged in connection with offering cash and cigarettes to L.A. homeless people in exchange for their signatures on ballot petitions.