Local Newscast

  •   A former state Senator says the gerrymander challenge will continue...
  • The gloves come off in the race for Governor...
  • Voter registration cards will be arriving soon for people not registered....
  • The National Forest continues to recover from yet another round of flooding...
  • A Vilas county school district is one of 14 schools to get a public safety grant from the Wisconsin Department of Justice. The Phelps School district received $23,000.

  • Minocqua joins Oneida and Forest counties in passing new mining rules...
  • Six sites are located for a possible Eagle River dog park...
  • A state meeting is set for next week to talk about construction of Rhinelander's first roundabout..
  • Changes are detailed at UW-Extension, including a retirement announced....

  •   The Oneida County Board passes three mining measures after long debate
  • The Rhinelander Chamber of Commerce hires a new Executive Director
  • A consumer expert says beware of timeshare rentals that appear to be too good.
  • Late update on flooding in the Northwoods and Upper Peninsula:
  • Governor Scott Walker has declared a state of emergency for Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, and Iron Counties. The governor has directed all state agencies to assist with the response to the flooding.

  • Flooding damages roads, kills man in northwest Wisconsin
  • The population of a popular sports hunting bird is down
  • June is Alzheimers and Brain Awareness Month
  • Oscar G. Johnson VA Medical Center in Iron Mountain receives a high rating for its nursing home

  •   A Rhinelander Women's Club is looking for organizations needing funding,
  •  Foxconn and environmental groups are at odds about Lake Michigan water,
  • Marathon county talks about faster internet speeds,
  • Steven Avery wants a new judge

  •  An advisory vote on Oneida County mining is heading to the Oneida County Board...
  • Ascension Wisconsin gives a large donation to the Lakeland Star charter schools...
  • Northland Pines is planning for the end of the current referendum....
  • Vilas county governments are working to build a 10 mile bike-hike trail...
  • Marshfield Clinic joins  a Lyme Disease study....

  • The largest renewable energy fair of it's type is this weekend near Stevens Point...
  • New Medicare cards are coming and so is the next wave of scammers...
  • UW-Stevens Point gets the preliminary nod for a new MBA program...
  • The need for blood is great, and the next donation is Wednesday in Elcho...

  • Seperate crashes kill two in Oneida County over the weekend
  • DNR urges review of boating safety rules as lakes become more crowded
  • Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest reveals latests maps of invasive species
  • Northwoods Pride Fest to be held June 23rd

  •   Are cell towers and other electronics hurting people and wildlife?
  •  Governor Walker wants a full effort to revive the dairy industry,
  •  Timber bids opened in Vilas county are double last year's total,
  •  A dispute at Central Wisconsin Airport cancels a flight.

  •   A Northwoods resident becomes a top leader in the Wisconsin National Guard,
  •  Minocqua is working on it's own town mining ordinance,
  •  Artists are sought for the Northern National Art Competition,
  •  An event on Monday could save your young child's life.

  •   A fatal traffic crash in Minocqua
  •  After a jury trial, a man is sentenced for domestic battery in Vilas county
  •  Nothing suspicious after alarm bells raised in Birnamwood
  •   An approaching swim competition in Minocqua helps people during water emergencies
  • Thousands  are expected in downtown Rhinelander this Saturday...

  •   Vilas County is looking for foster homes,
  •    Turtles are crossing roads and a conservationist  is hoping the public will help,
  •    Infrastructure concerns are hindering farmers and truckers,
  •   A large dairy operation in Wood county has cleared a major hurdle,
  •   A Sunday car crash in Woodruff leads to felony charges.

  • Northwoods businesses participate in effort to eliminate plastic straws
  • Mining ordinances under review in Marathon and Oneida Counties
  • Merrill woman killed in Lincoln County crash
  • Wednesday declared "Heat Awareness Day"

  • Court case advances for Oneida County man accused of making terroristic threats
  • Not guilty pleas entered in Vilas County overdose death
  • Naturalist at North Lakeland Discovery Center recieves award
  • Upcoming events to highlight how Wisconsin's natural scenery came to be

  • Spirit 2 medical helicopter now back in the air
  • May is Clean Air Month
  • Wausau man goes to prison for reckless homicide
  • Deer activity increasing on Wisconsin roads
  • Proposed order could restrict cranberry crop

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