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School referendums around Wisconsin have been steadily increasing in the 2010s, particularly years when a general election is held.
Tyler Slabey retired from service in 2005, but the images of war were seared into his memory.
At 5 a.m. it's still dark outside, but the lights are on in the barn at Cherryland Dairy in Door County.
When it comes to addressing cases identified as excited delirium in the field, there are many commonalities in training across law enforcement, emergency response and medical organizations in Wisconsin.
The number of women seeking state legislative seats is up in 2018, with two-thirds of these candidates running as Democrats. Emerge Wisconsin is a group that helps recruit and train Democratic women to run for office in the state.
Two years after 2016, is Wisconsin's election infrastructure vulnerable to foreign attacks? University of Michigan computer scientist J. Alex Halderman explains that Wisconsin does have strengths in its voting infrastructure.
Fall can be a turbulent time for gardeners, as an encroaching chill in the air begins to leach the life from the plants they've worked hard to nurture through the spring and summer.
Isle Royale's main draws are wilderness and wildlife, including beaver, otters, moose, martens and – for the moment – a very few wolves.
Individuals in law enforcement are being called out for derogatory and racist social media posts. Noble Wray, former Madison Chief of Police, discusses his work with police departments across the national on issues of policing and community trust.
Roberto Tecpile often puts in 70 hours a week at the Rosenholm dairy farm in Cochrane — a village in Buffalo County where winter days are short and can be bitterly cold.