Biologists Call For Continued Protection Of Great Lakes Wolves A group of scientists is taking issue with colleagues who want the federal government to remove gray wolves in the Great Lakes region from the endangered species list.
After Suit From Wis., County Will Display Nativity With Bill Of RightsA southeastern Indiana county that was at the center of a legal battle over a Nativity scene on its courthouse lawn will allow a mix of religious and secular displays this holiday season, including a manger holding the Bill of Rights.
Alaska Deer Hunter Killed In WisconsinWisconsin officials say an Alaska man is dead after his hunting companion apparently shot him. Department of Natural Resources Warden Jon King says the 39-year-old man was deer hunting with a 35-year-old Wisconsin woman in Columbia County on Sunday morning.
Republicans In Wis. Defend Transgender Restrictions BillRepublicans pushed Thursday for Wisconsin to become the first state in the nation to prohibit transgender public school students from using a bathroom or locker room assigned to the gender with which they identify.
Walker To Obama: Please Don't Relocate Syrians To Wis. Gov. Scott Walker is asking President Barack Obama's administration to "please respect our desire" not to relocate Syrian refugees in the state.
Suspect In Mich. Homicide Arrested In Northern MinnesotaAuthorities in northern Minnesota say they’ve arrested a man wanted in Michigan in connection to an arson and homicide.
Dayton: Syrian Refugees Welcome In MN, If Given ScreeningsMinnesota Gov. Mark Dayton isn't objecting to the possible placement of Syrian refugees in his state as long as they undergo rigorous screening first. Dayton released a statement Monday saying he's been assured by the White House that any refugees from the war-torn country would be "subject to the highest level of security checks of any category of traveler to the United States."
Gov. Walker Says Wisconsin Won't Accept Syrian RefugeesGov. Scott Walker says Wisconsin will not accept any new Syrian refugees in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris because they pose a threat.
Police: Superior Store Clerk Shoots Robbery SuspectSuperior police say a store clerk has shot and wounded a robbery suspect. It happened shortly before 5 p.m. Thursday at Superior Coin and Currency. Police say people with knives tried to rob the store.
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.
Despite Objections, Wadena Votes To Remove Nativity Scene From ParkA nativity scene that has been part of the Wadena's Christmas decorations at Burlington Northern Park for years will no longer be displayed.
Wis. Gov. Walker Signs Bills Expanding Concealed Carry LawGov. Scott Walker has signed into law a pair of bills expanding and simplifying Wisconsin's concealed carry law. One bill he signed Wednesday allows active military personnel from other states who are stationed in Wisconsin for more than a year to apply for concealed weapons permits.
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