Articles by Danielle Kaeding

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As communities are under threat from more frequent, intense storms, a report by the nonprofit Pew Charitable Trusts found Wisconsin is among 13 cities and states that have been able to reduce their vulnerability to flooding.
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Members of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa made a trek to Pacwawong Lake in northern Wisconsin to pass on the tradition of harvest wild rice, or manoomin, to tribal youth.
When she was 19 years old, Katherine Denomie's mother first taught her how to make frybread.
Law enforcement in Superior and Douglas County seized the most heroin they've ever seen in 2016.
Bayfield County is looking for more leeway from the state to protect water quality from potential farm runoff, but state officials say their hands are tied to the letter of the law.
Bayfield County is building a tower to improve emergency communications — meanwhile, law enforcement agencies are investigating what may be done to improve emergency communications across the state.
Victims of a house fire look to firefighters to quell the blaze, but once the fire is out they still need help to get back on their feet. But disaster victims in northern Wisconsin may have to wait longer for help to arrive.
Drug and alcohol treatment can be difficult for anyone struggling to kick an addiction. But what comes after treatment can be even more challenging for those taking the next step in recovery.
The Midwest may be in the throes of winter, but most of the Great Lakes are open water.
Employment may be up in Wisconsin, but some families are still struggling to put food on the table, and it can be even more challenging for older adults.