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Holidays often bring to mind iconic images of the whole family gathered around the dinner table. But when the imaginary tinsel and cooking aroma clears, the truth is that many families can't be together during the holiday season.
President-elect Donald Trump, an occasional climate change denier and outspoken critic of environmental regulations, has given environmentalists little reason for optimism, but some energy experts in Wisconsin agree renewable energy will continue to grow, even under a Trump presidency.
The number of Americans without health insurance would more than double if Congress repealed the Affordable Care Act. That's according to a study by the nonpartisan Urban Institute looking at the consequences of repealing the health care law with no immediate replacement.
The bombs started getting closer in 2012 as Syria's civil war was just beginning.
With so many varieties and sizes of live Christmas trees, making a suitable selection that stays fresh throughout the holiday season can be daunting.
Nearly 16 inches of rain fell in Wisconsin from June to August, which is about 4 inches above average, according to the National Centers for Environmental Information. The increased moisture levels bring about some difficult challenges for Wisconsin homeowners.
A conservation group has filed a lawsuit against the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources over plans for part of the former Badger Army Ammunition plant near Baraboo.
Wisconsin's opioid epidemic is driving an increase in motorists who are impaired behind the wheel.
Wisconsin continues to increase monthly cheese production, marking more than two years of rising outputs.
A federal court in Detroit will hear arguments this week in a lawsuit against the U.S. government over a controversial, aging oil pipeline that passes under Lake Michigan.