Local Newscast

  •   Gov. Walker reacts to a controversial ad filmed in Three Lakes,
  •  A special meeting was called at Three Lakes Schools to discuss partisanship,
  •  The DNR needs more volunteers for "Snapshot Wisconsin.

  •   An Eagle River man is charged with child porn and weapons charges,
  •  A complaint filed against one candidate in the Oneida County Sheriff's race,
  •  Changes to deer farms and where hunters can haul harvested deer....
  •  Northwoods libraries will be offered a new voter registration information tool.

  •   Eight tons of trash picked up in the National Forest,
  •   The City of Rhinelander moves forward on upgrading Stevens St.,
  •  Minocqua says not so fast to an ATV trail on Blue Lake Road,
  •  U.S. Senate candidate Leah Vukmir campaigns in Rhinelander.

  •   Starjournalnow.com reports WalMart wants a change in its Rhinelander assessment,
  •  Almost one-third of all classes at Nicolet College are taken online,
  •  Public input sought on a new state aquatic invasive species plan,
  •  A non-profit developing bike-hike trails in Vilas county has its annual meeting.

  •  One of five suspects pleads guilty in the killing of a Lac du Flambeau man
  • New campaign launched to improve awareness about teen dating violence
  • Homicide charge to be considered after deadly UTV crash in Oneida County
  • Portage County authorities investigate death of a man hit by a train

  •  Man accused in cold case killing in MInocqua wants a judge instead of a jury
  • Fundraising campaign begins to construct a new wildlife rehabilitation center in Antigo
  • State audit finds vulnerabilites in UW computer security
  • Refinery fire in Superior triggered by an explosion

  • Four arrested in Oneida County methamphetamine bust
  • Research project to look at impact of vegetation on weather in northern Wisconsin
  • Marion man charged with attempted murder in the choking of Shawano County Deputy
  • Wausau woman to go to trial on hit and run charges

  • Students from the Indian Community School develop a public service message on distracted driving
  • Hundreds turned out for the annual Joe Bucher Blues Fest in St. Germain
  • Man accused of setting fire in Kronenwetter
  • Cell service disrupted by cut cable near Medford

  • Rising prices put a pinch on people looking to get into an existing home
  • Perspecive of artist Jom Rowe's work on display at Nicolet College Art Gallery
  • Project to get a disc golf course running in the Town of Newbold near completion
  • Vandals damage headstones at two cemeteries in Merrill

  • Vilas County Tactical Unit called out Friday afternoon
  • Charges dropped against Mole Lake Tribal Chairman
  • Forest Fest happens at Trees for Tomorrow in Eagle River Saturday
  • Democratic candidate for Governor Tony Evers speaks at fundraiser in Wausau

  •   Unemployment in the Northwoods remains low, but did go up a tick in June...
  •   Prices of existing homes are rising as realtors face a tightening market...
  •   The Department of Motor Vehicles(DMV) will help you get a voter ID...
  •   Do you know what a Green Marvel is? You can find out Friday...

  •  The name of the victim of a UTV crash in Newbold is identified..
  • Bullying incidents are discussed at Northland Pines in Eagle River...
  • In Minocqua, the school board is working on getting money for increased security...
  • The Northwoods Art Tour is set for this weekend, and,
  • are the rich getting richer?

  •   Expera Specialty Solutions Will Be Sold To A Helsinki, Finland Firm,
  •  Registration is open for this year's School of the Arts,
  •  The cranberry crop is looking good even after our lousy spring weather,
  •  They make big webs in your trees but usually don't defoliate them, webworms are here.

  •   Merrill man dies in Oklahoma traffic crash,
  •  A new study of Native Americans finds misconceptions among people who aren't Native American,
  •  Well water in central Wisconsin remains polluted and bottled water is recommended,
  •  Cell phones are much slower here than Minnesota

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