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Baraboo grapples with the aftermath of a photograph surfacing showing high schoolers giving a Nazi salute.
One Wisconsin Christmas story that stands out is an early 20th Century shipwreck that serves as a reminder of the often-dangerous conditions faced by those who have plied the Great Lakes' waters.
Indigenous languages are endangered in Wisconsin, but efforts to preserve and stabilize them has increased among Native American nations and tribes. Margaret Noodin, director of the Electa Quinney Institute for American Indian Eduction at UW-Milwaukee, explains what these efforts look like.
Gov.-elect Tony Evers announced a criminal justice reform advisory panel and listed its goals for Wisconsin. John Eason, a UW-Madison sociology professor specializing in criminal justice reform, discussed Wisconsin's incarceration rates.
Young children inevitably fall as they learn what they can do physically and experiment with their limits. If a fall results in a blow to the head, the child may have sustained a traumatic brain injury.
Baraboo is grappling with how to handle a viral photo of students holding their arms in the position of a Nazi salute. Madison-based civil rights attorney and synagogue president Jeff Spitzer-Resnick wrote an open letter to the Baraboo school board asking they treat it as a teachable moment.
Wisconsin is continuing to grapple with the implications of chronic wasting disease and its effects on the state's deer herd and the hunting season.
Richland County, located in southwestern Wisconsin, has voted for the winning gubernatorial candidate since the 1990s.
Across the parking lot from Medford High School, there's an old dairy barn with chickens, a calf, pig, sheep, a rabbit, and one cat. It's the "school barn."
Breakfast enthusiasts understand the importance of a quality maple syrup. But the real stuff often isn't in the big bottles that line grocery store shelves.