Wisconsinites have another chance to get their questions answered about a fatal disease in the state's deer herd.
State officials are having public listening sessions in six cities this fall to answer questions and to update the progress in fighting Chronic Wasting Disease.
The listening sessions will be in Waukesha, Ashland, Mosinee, Eau Claire, Green Bay and Mount Horeb between Sept. 25 and Oct. 15.
The Department of Natural Resources held five public sessions last spring to explain how state officials plan to deal with the disease.
Natural Resources Secretary Darrell Bazzell says there's clearly a demand for more information.