Local Newscast

Every weekday at 1:06 p.m., WXPR Public Radio airs a local news roundup with all of our top stories from the last 24 hours.

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  • Marshfield Clinic healthcare worker describes what they face with COVID-19
  • Two Wisconsin counties starting ballot recount process
  • Ice castle moving to a new location in Eagle River
  • Federal aid may help Wisconsin farmers

  •  President Trump pays $3 million for recount in two Wisconsin counties
  • Five Marinette County deputies cleared in deadly Goodman shooting
  • Police ask for help finding missing Lac du Flambeau man
  • Hunters struggle to find ammo ahead of gun deer season opener
  • Hunting and fishing license sales up this year
  • Wisconsin DHS shares vaccine distribution plan details

  • Dog available to help DNR Warden with search and rescue operations
  • Advocates for caregivers ask for extra support during pandemic
  • Church Mutual pushes back plans for workers to return
  • Need grows for convalescent plasma

  • Referendum on road funding considered in Oneida County
  • Wisconsin sets another COVID-19 record
  • Wabeno man arrested on child pornography accusation
  • Most Wisconsin counties have finished their canvass of election results

  • Update on COVID-19 case totals in the Northwoods
  • Health Officials urge holiday gatherings limited to members of household
  • People still encouraged to sign up for health care while Supreme Court considers Affordable Care Act case
  • Grocery businesses find success in delivery service

  • Wisconsin breaks record for COVID-19 cases, deaths, and hospitalizations
  • Governor Evers issues new executive order regard pandemic
  • Hospitals in eastern Wisconsin at capacity
  • Wausau approves mask resolution
  • Iron Mountain VA Medical Center expands
  • Two-thirds of Wisconsin Counites finished with canvass

WXPR News: Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Nov 10, 2020

  • Pandemic has impact on non-profit organizations in the Northwoods
  • Election workers move ahead with process to verify results
  • Virtual gatherings encouraged for the holiday season
  • Body cameras for deputies included in proposed Marathon County budget

  • Pennies matter for food program in Vilas County
  • Hunters urged to test deer for Chronic Wasting Disease
  • Redistricting likely to get more attention 
  • Wisconsin election official disputes rumors 

  • National recognition for a Northwoods trail system
  • Rhinelander school bus routes impacted by COVID-19
  • Some resistance seen to decision to remove wolf protections
  • "Hunger Hurts" campaign collecting donations in Lac du Flambeau

  • Rural America hit hard by COVID-19
  • Possible virus exposure at haunted house in Merrill
  • AARP hosts voter forum in Wisconsin
  • Delisting decision could bring back wolf hunt in Wisconsin

  • Early voting a popular choice in the Northwoods
  • Antigo voters receiving scam calls
  • Wisconsin U.S. Senators discuss delays in COVID-19 relief bill
  • COVID-19 cases top 200,000 in Wisconsin
  • Wisconsin environmental officials want to increase regulatory costs for mining  

  • Ironwood Area Elementary School & Pelican Elementary temporarily switch to virtual learning
  • COVID-19 cases continue to rise in northern Wisconsin
  • October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month

  • Progress made on Rhinelander dome
  • COVID-19 cases keep surging in Wisconsin
  • Oneida County Health Department out of adult flu vaccine
  • Restaurants feel impact of capacity limits

  • Voter registration still possible in person on election day
  • Broadband access grants announced
  • Assembly candidate discusses mask mandate and mining
  • Donated equipment helps farmers with conservation

  • Sokaogon Chippewa Community Health Clinic Closed For Deep Clean
  • Hopes For A New Future For Ojibway Correctional Facility
  • Wolf Numbers Up In Wisconsin
  • Getting Flu Shots At VA Locations Will Look Different This Year

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