Local Newscast

  • Water Walk Brings Together People Worried About Sulfide Mining
  • Man Killed In Langlade County Snowmobile Crash
  • Water Association Files Suit Over PFAS Contamination
  • Vilas County Hopes For A Second Judge

  • The School District of Rhinelander cancels upcoming class trips to Europe because of coronavirus,
  • The most dangerous day to drive in Vilas county is Friday,
  • It's 'spring forward' weekend and it's also time to check your home detectors,
  • Several area road projects get funded by the state.

  • Stevens Point Police Chief put on administrative leave
  • A new golf pro for Eagle River
  • Citizen's Police Academy opens in Rhinelander
  • UW-Stevens Point chancellor to retire

  • Another sentencing of a falconer charged with illegally capturing a northern goshawk,
  • Two eagles die from gunshots,
  • Cong. Ron Kind is concerned people with pre-existing health conditions could be in trouble,
  • UW-Madison cancels overseas study in Italy due to Coronavirus.

  • Local steps can help bird populations recover
  • Tragedy helps show support for a local animal rehabilitation center
  • Donations allow creation of trauma kits for Lakeland Union High School
  • YMCA of the Northwoods to host "Day of Giving" 

  • A fire at a Wood county business does not look suspicious,
  • The noon time siren in Minocqua will be fixed,
  • Michigan tackles infant and mother mortality,
  • The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is continuing to upgrade recreation facilities.

  • On this week's "The Stream", Ben Meyer explores possible mineral drilling in Oneida county,
  • A Rhinelander business gets certified as autism-friendly,
  • The U.S. Census is gearing up,
  • Feed Our Rural Kids to host a new fundraiser.

  • Gov. Evers vetoes a Republican-led spending bill,
  • Langlade county officials support an anti-mining resolution,
  • Wausau officials vote to push back on a resolution deporting Hmong residents with criminal records,
  • Rhinelander officials are seeking a grant to filter water systems from PFAS.

  •   Names are released for the two Vilas county snowmobile fatalities last Saturday,
  • A Wausau man is charged with hiding a corpse for months,
  • Three Lakes Center For the Arts needs more help to "Raise The Roof",
  • Have a home to sell? An expert says this is a good time to list it.

  • Lakes Superior, Michigan and Huron are at record highs and local officials are scrambling to lessen damage,
  • The Marathon County Jail is deemed safe again,
  • CANtastic is this weekend, an event that brings in thousands of pounds of food for Rhinelander Area Food Pantry.

  • The Wisconsin Senate passes a $250 million tax cut bill,
  • A string of recent fires in Merrill finds no connection between them,
  • A moratorium is enacted on large confined animal operations in Oneida county,
  • The state Senate confirms Preston Cole as DNR Secretary with a warning from Tom Tiffany.

  • Enbridge decides to change the route of a controversial pipeline in northern Wisconsin,
  • The name of the person killed in a Lincoln Co. car crash is released,
  • Counterfeit money is floating around the Northwoods,
  • A purple tube could be life-saving for people with dementia.

  •   It's primary election day in Wisconsin and more voters than normal are expected,
  • "Phantom" electricity is costing you up to 9 percent more,
  •  Police are looking for a student who allegedly took LSD then went missing,
  •  Ozzy Osbourne cancels at Summerfest.

  • Multiple vehicles hit in Lake Tomahawk
  • School funding referendum to be considered by LUHS District voters
  • Northern Wisconsin has many natural areas to explore, even in winter
  • Real estate agents take concealed carry class

  • The public is invited to a climate change roundtable Saturday in Woodruff,
  • Farmers are wading in on the climate change discussion,
  • The state has a new trout management plan,
  • There was a S-U-V vs. toilet crash in Marshfield.

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