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The latest non-native pest to arrive in Wisconsin is the tiny purple carrot-seed moth, and its impacts are not yet fully known.
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What's cute, furry and can take care of pesky weeds and invasive species? Goats.
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On Madison's near east side, the final weekend in July is rung in with bouzouki music and baklava-fueled joy.
After yet another summer of dangerous and destructive flooding, from Ino to Madison to Coon Valley, Wisconsinites seem more ready than ever to discuss how climate change is affecting the state.
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On a recent hot and sunny afternoon on the north side of Milwaukee, about half a dozen Young Farmers are hard at work in their garden.
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People flock from across the state to West Allis for the Wisconsin State Fair. The best in show will be on display: from cows and pigs, to dog tricks and crocheted scarves, to pies and beer.
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Some families are creatures of habit, returning to the same vacation spot year after year. Others like to dive into new experiences.
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Health officials say flu season never really ends; it just gets better or worse. But it did end — at least briefly — in Wisconsin.
From the the rights of runaway slaves in to the modern debate over school vouchers, Wisconsin has played a significant role in shaping American law.
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Italians say festa, Latinos say fiesta, and the Irish say feis, but it all means "festival" in Milwaukee.