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When Geraldine Hines arrived on the UW-Madison campus as a law student, she had to adapt to the Wisconsin climate, the food and its people.
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When Missy Makinia saw on Facebook a little girl in her community needed a kidney, she immediately thought she could spare one.
As wolves returned to broad swaths of Wisconsin after decades of being extirpated from the state, a tracking program in which volunteers scout for the presence of this predator grew, too.
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It's on the flag. It's the mascot of the state's biggest university. And back in 1957, lawmakers put the badger into state law as Wisconsin's official animal. But why?
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The seasonal flu has not hit the state or the country as hard as it did last year, which Wisconsin health officials described as "significant and strange."
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In Milwaukee's historic Bronzeville neighborhood, a museum is resurrecting.
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Metcalfe Park Legacy Garden in Milwaukee has transformed several vacant lots into a vibrant place for community gatherings and education.
A bubbling sense of uncertainty enveloping Foxconn's plans for its manufacturing and research operations in Wisconsin has sparked considerable speculation around the state in the opening months of 2019.
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Coyotes have moved into areas within the Madison city limits. What does that mean for human and canid coexistence?
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The Dettmann family, descendants of German immigrants, established a small dairy farm in Johnson Creek in 1902.