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A report released Friday by the Milwaukee-based Public Policy Forum showed enrollment in southeastern Wisconsin's school districts dropped by more than 3,500 students in the 2015-16 academic year.
Green Bay is the first Wisconsin city to get a half-million-dollar grant to help residents replace antiquated lead pipes.
For parents figuring out how to continue communicating with their children once they leave home, it can be a challenge to strike that balance between staying in touch without suffocating their fledgling lives.
Given the bounty of Wisconsin's annual apple harvest, autumn and winter are a great time to think of preserving the sweetness and tang of a familiar fruit to enjoy throughout the year.
Holidays are a wonderful time to enjoy traditions with family and friends. But for people trying to focus on their health, navigating calorie-laden foods and coping with busy schedules can be challenging.
A leading researcher on cyberbullying at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire said Trump's style on Twitter offers teachable moments.
Some Kewaunee County leaders are asking for fast action from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources in the new year to combat local problems with drinking and surface water.
Around the world, an increasing proportion of the fish and other seafood people eat, catch, use as bait or put in aquariums is raised in controlled environments in a practice known as aquaculture. This industry is growing quickly in Wisconsin.
The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board has passed a controversial master plan for more than 3,000 acres of what used to be the Badger Army Ammunition plant near Baraboo.
Dangerous wind chills and snow are in the forecast for Wisconsin this weekend. The weather has those who some people who help the homeless ensuring no one is left out in the cold.