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Wisconsin's bird populations are changing in some unusual ways, according to new findings published by the state Department of Natural Resources.
With the advance of the brown marmorated stink bug across the United States, Wisconsin researchers are working to detect when and where their populations will reach nuisance or agricultural pest levels in the state — leading to the first official report of them on on agricultural crops in Wisconsin in early October.
Smoking rates across the country remained relatively steady in 2014; however, it did go down in some states, including Wisconsin.
While ITT's collapse may have been the most visible shift in the for-profit college industry this fall, it's not the only change state regulators are facing.
Pollinators play an integral role in the biological world.
FEMA and other officials are touring 12 counties to assess flood damage. The agency is hoping to finish surveying damage this week, but it could take until the end of the month for counties to receive a disaster declaration needed in order to get federal funding.
Policies based on eugenics — the notion that humanity can essentially speed up its own evolution by weeding out people with "undesirable" traits — were once widespread in the United States.
Wisconsin has seen a surge in fatal overdoses during the last decade, and the state is catching up to other states in drug-related deaths.
Mold is starting to impact corn fields in Wisconsin thanks to last month's wet weather.
The state of Wisconsin is getting ready to parcel out $14.5 million to help communities replace thousands of lead service lines. However, short of digging up every single pipe in a community or surveying every property owner, there's no way to know for sure where all the lead is located.