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Wisconsin State Park group camping, for 50 people or less, starts July 13

$2.1M in grant funded awarded to Wisconsin agencies for 911 updates

Wisconsin US Senator continues push for de-list gray wolf amendment

Enbridge proposed Wisconsin pipeline reroute virtual public hearing July 1

Wisconsin DNR to hold Lake Superior management virtual meeting June 23

Chicago Yacht Club cancels 2020 Mackinac race

Wisconsin State Park Campgrounds opening June 10

Wisconsin state parks to resume hours, bathrooms open next month

Goodman-Armstrong Creek School District receives grant for 'Art Force'

Annual Wisconsin state parks stickers now available for sale online

Republicans praise Gov. Evers' spending cuts and call for more in Wisconsin

Evers extends Wisconsin stay-at-home order until May 26

Third Wisconsin person tests positive for new coronavirus

1 injured in crash at Rhinelander airport

Superior refinery evacuated over concerns of tower collapse

Cleveland-Cliffs CEO: 2020 will be a transformational year

Girl injured in crash that killed sister recovering at home

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Florida officer 'relieved of duty' after video shows him hitting woman

The incident at Miami International Airport is under investigation.

Richmond mayor orders removal of all Confederate monuments

"We have needed to turn this page for decades," the mayor said about the statue that will be stored as a public process plays out on its ultimate fate.

Missouri man whose conviction was overturned with help of WNBA star is freed

“I’m free,” Irons said after walking out of the Jefferson City Correctional Center. “I’m blessed.”

Seattle police move in to clear Capitol Hill Occupied Protest zone

Police Chief Carmen Best reiterated her support for Black Lives Matter movement, but said of the weekslong occupation: "Enough is enough."

Delaware city removes whipping post once used to punish Black people from public plaza

The Georgetown post will go into storage, state officials said, but could end up in a museum setting in the future.