CPR: Wis. Oil Train Derailment Due To Broken RailCanadian Pacific Railway says a broken rail caused an oil train derailment in southeastern Wisconsin last weekend. The railroad said Wednesday the defect was not visible to the naked eye.
Train Safety Under Spotlight After Wisconsin DerailmentA BNSF freight train derailed near the Mississippi River just north of the town of Alma, Wisconsin Saturday. Twenty-five cars went off the tracks there, and an estimated 20,000 gallons of ethanol spilled into the river.
Clean-Up Follows After Train Derailment In Alma, Wis.Railway crews spent Sunday taking ethanol from derailed train cars after more than 20,000 gallons leaked into the Mississippi River. The derailment happened Saturday, two miles north of the town of Alma, Wis. Some of the 25 derailed cars were carrying ethanol.
Another Train Derails In Wisconsin, Spilling Crude OilA Canadian Pacific Railway train carrying crude oil derailed Sunday and prompted some evacuations in Wisconsin, the second day in a row a freight train derailed in the state.
Damage Assessment Begins Following Train DerailmentThe normally pristine scenery of the Mississippi River had a much different look Sunday near Alma, Wisconsin.
4 Things To Know For Nov. 8, 2015Here's a look at the four things you need to know for Nov. 8, 2015.
Train Derails In Western Wisconsin; Alcohol Tankers Leaking Into Miss. RiverA BNSF train derailed Saturday morning just north of the Wisconsin city of Alma, according to the Buffalo County Sheriff's Office. WCCO confirms that 32 cars derailed, 10 of which are empty auto carriers. Several of the other cars are tankers carrying denatured alcohol -- two of which have tipped into the Mississippi River and are leaking from vents atop the cars.
'Appetite For Change' Hosts Fundraiser For Youth Training ProgramA Minneapolis no-profit is using food to make social changes in our community. It's called "Appetite for Change."
Crews Building Power Lines Near Frozen Miss. Battle WinterThe largest, most expensive upgrade of the region's electrical transmission system in over 40 years is facing a major challenge. CAPX 2020 is 800 miles of new power lines built at twice the cost of the new Vikings stadium. But there's one leg of the project south of Wabasha where engineering is beating the elements of old man winter.
Flooding Leaves Behind River Barge RoadblockCommercial barge traffic should fully resume on the Mississippi River as early as next Tuesday. Parts of the heavily used upper Mississippi River were left impassible to barge and tug traffic after recent flooding left behind an unwanted surprise.
NTSB Focuses On Fuel System In July 2010 Crash
Quiet Wis. Town Reflects On Noise At CapitolAlma, Wis. is a town that knows about history. Along the Mississippi in western Wisconsin, more than 200 buildings in the town create a National Historic District.