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Why exactly does Green Bay need saving? Because it suffers from too much phosphorus, which contributes to cyanobacteria, more commonly known as blue-green algae.
Wisconsin's meteorological winter begins every year on Dec. 1, but bonafide winter weather didn't arrive in the 2018-2019 season until mid-January.
As work-related eligibility rules for Wisconsin's food stamp program expand, it remains unclear to what extent the requirements already in place are having their intended effect.
The issue of chronic wasting disease has been prevalent among the deer population in Wisconsin, but could the disease spread to humans? University of Minnesota professor Michael Osterholm says it might.
Gov. Tony Evers rolled out a proposal to legalize medical marijuana in Wisconsin, similar to Michigan's status. David Harns works with the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs and breaks down how Wisconsin's neighbor licenses marijuana.
The story of opioids in the 21st century is one fraught with urgency, pain and heartbreak.
One of the impacts of the January 2019 government shutdown was a change to when food stamp benefits were disbursed. David Lee of Feeding Wisconsin discussed how recipients may have to wait longer for their March benefits since February's were released early.
A bubbling sense of uncertainty enveloping Foxconn's plans for its manufacturing and research operations in Wisconsin has sparked considerable speculation around the state in the opening months of 2019.
In places where the common grape vine recoils from the cold, old and new hybrid varieties are supporting a growing commitment to viticulture in the Midwest.
With the news that Foxconn will be changing its initial manufacturing plans in Wisconsin, economist Einar Tangen and tech industry insider Paul Semenza weigh in on what the future holds for the LCD manufacturer in the state.