Authorities say logging operations started a massive wildfire in northwestern Wisconsin that destroyed more than a dozen homes. The state Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday that law enforcement officials confirmed logging equipment started the fire.
Authorities are investigating whether logging operations may have sparked a massive wildfire in northwestern Wisconsin that destroyed dozens of buildings and forced at least 60 people from their homes, state officials said Wednesday.
A 47-year-old woman was airlifted to Hennepin County Medical Center after she was involved in a snowmobile accident.
After today’s recount, Republican Rep. Mary Franson will keep her seat in the Minnesota House.
Republican Rep. Mary Franson heads into a near-certain legislative recount with a bit more cushion after officials randomly discarded some ballots to fix a vote-counting error.
A Minnesota judge has ruled that election officials must randomly cancel 35 ballots in a tight legislative race due to a counting error.
Authorities say a man was accidentally shot and killed by his hunting partner in Douglas County.
The city of Superior is flooded. University of Wisconsin-Superior spokeswoman Lynne Williams says they had to shut down campus Wednesday, because of power outages and flooded basements, some with several feet of water.
A 53-year-old man is in custody after police say he threatened three men with a handgun.
Authorities are hoping a $2,500 reward will help them find a man accused of assaulting an 85-year-old in his home earlier this month.
A fundraiser for the Lake City police officer killed in December raised more than $2,300 for the officer’s family, which includes his wife and three young children.
Four people have died in two separate crashes, one in Wisconsin’s northwest corner and the other near the Illinois border.
A 37-year-old man was arrested in Douglas County on Wednesday for possessing about 240 grams of methamphetamine, authorities said.
Biologists at the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources are concerned zebra mussels may be hitchhiking on boat lifts.
A Douglas County District Court judge says she needs more time to decide whether a man convicted in 2006 of killing his infant daughter should be released while he waits for his new trial.
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