Drivers may need to look out for more than just deer.
A moose has been spotted in Rhinelander. City Police officer Chad Brown says it was spotted by a resident about a week ago. Responding to the call Brown tailed the moose in his squad car. He filmed the moose for several minutes. Brown says a moose can do a lot of damage if it collides with a car.
Rhinelander emergency managers will be testing their ability to get water to the site of a large fire.
Saturday officials will be testing a response system called Mutual Aid Box Alarm system or MABAS. Oneida County Emergency Management Director Ken Kortenhof says fire department crews will gather at the Rhinelander Airport.
The Madison-based Oscar Meyer sends a small bus shaped like a hot dog on trips around the country. There are two so-called hot doggers in charge of the wiener-mobile…their aliases are Atta Dog Alex and Sizzlin’ Steve. Both in their early twenties, they say their day is spent traveling and visiting different events.
The Wisconsin Counties Association voted this week in disapproval of the state’s rejection of extra federal funding for Medicaid. Sarah Diedrick-Kasdorf, Senior Legislative Associate for Wisconsin Counties Association, says the vote reaffirmed a position the group has held since 2011.
“As counties, when we all have the same position, when we all talk from one voice, it really provides support for our issues.”
If you’ve ever felt the urge to do something other than what’s expected of you, this story is for you. Frank Kovac worked a factory job by day, but nurtured a passion for astronomy at night. This is the story of a cloudy night, some glow in the dark paint, and a universal dream.
Driving down Mud Creek Road in Monaco Wisconsin, you might think you’re headed to a campground. But in fact the gravel lane leads to Frank Kovac’s hand-made planetarium.
Two arrests during an early Wednesday raid at a residence in the town of Laona. Forest county deputies and Crandon Police arrested 37 year old Andrew Phillips and 19 year old Taylor Labarge when authorities came with a search warrant shortly after 2:00 a.m.
Phillips and LaBarge were arrested for delivery and possession of cocaine, possessing marijuana and keeping a drug house.
A Lac du Flambeau teenager has entered a plea to reduced charges concerning the stabbing of his mother's boyfriend.
17 year old Christian Soulier was arrested in January after an incident at his mother's boyfriend's home in Forest county. The victim was said to have been stabbed four times.
In court Tuesday Soulier pled no contest to an amended charge of aggravated battery. Soulier's attorney Suzanne O'Neal said Soulier could be waived back into juvenile court, but she waived that possibility to move forward with the amended charge.
Developing better high-speed internet in the Northwoods must be a public-private partnership...so says the Chairman of the state utilitiy regulator, the Public Service Commission of Wisconsin.
While more highly populated areas often have sufficient broadband access, many rural areas have very slow internet if it's available at all. A group in Three Lakes is promoting the efforts of that town to show how they were able to get access to most of their residents.
Home sales and prices in Wisconsin continue to rise though the Northwoods isn't rising as fast as some regions.
Economist David Clark works with the Wisconsin Realtors Association...
"...when you look at August, the existing state sales were up about 13 percent and that's a good solid number in a month(August) that is a pretty high-volume month...median prices were up about 6.3 percent..."