Updated: 2:45 PM
Updated: 2:45 PM
Updated: 10:35 AM The Oklahoma City Medical Examiner said at least 51 people died, including children, when a powerful, 200-mph tornado ripped through the area Monday, and that they expect the death toll to climb.
Posted: 9:47 AM Officials awaited daybreak to fully assess the scope of the destruction left in the wake of a deadly tornado in Granbury.
Posted: 10:09 AM Ice cover and road conditions mean that some lakes in northern Wisconsin will not be stocked with catchable size trout before the May 4 opening day of the inland fishing season.
Posted: 9:57 AM Northwestern Wisconsin is dealing with a dose of winter deja vu as the region is buried under more than a foot of new snow.
Posted: 12:00 PM Some lakes in northern Wisconsin still have ice on them, and anglers could find their fishing holes still frozen come Saturday's statewide opener.
Updated: 12:40 PM The long winter has affected Wisconsin's deer herd.
Posted: 12:31 PM An advisory panel is recommending the U.S. and Canada consider using artificial structures to raise water levels in Lake Michigan and Lake Huron.
Posted: 10:12 AM Civic leaders are using this spring's flood prevention efforts in and around Fargo, N.D., to stump for the construction of a 36-mile canal that they say would finally fix their annual flooding problem.
Posted: 9:30 AM Tornado sirens around the state could one day be replaced by cellphone warnings, a technology that's cheaper and potentially more reliable.
Updated: 12:00 PM It will begin 1 p.m. Friday with a tornado watch being issued and then the warning will be issued at 1:45 p.m.
Posted: 4:46 PM NASA's planet-hunting telescope has discovered two planets that seem like ideal places for some sort of life to flourish. They are just the right size and in just the right place near their star.
Posted: 2:32 PM Authorities in Rock County are monitoring several creeks and rivers where there's a potential for major flooding in the next few days.
Posted: 5:03 PM The drill had been scheduled for Thursday. But Thursday's forecast calls for severe weather in southern Wisconsin, so the drill has been postponed until Friday.
Updated: 5:41 PM Adams-Columbia Electric Cooperative says they have made significant progress restoring electric service following Wednesday’s severe weather. However, several new power outages were reported overnight.
Updated: 11:01 AM The Rhinelander School District is holding a Severe Weather and Disaster Preparedness class this week at the high school.
Posted: 12:38 PM The National Weather Service has issued flood warnings for some Wisconsin rivers.
Posted: 3:53 PM A new study says giant algae blooms may become commonplace on Lake Erie without steep reductions in phosphorus runoff from farms.
Posted: 4:09 PM WDIO-TV reports the ice road closed Wednesday, with a van or windsled remaining in operation until the Coast Guard can clear enough ice to allow the ferry to start running again.
Updated: 2:15 PM The latest announcement from the Wood County Park & Forestry Department is sure sign of spring.
Posted: 9:41 AM Airlines have canceled nearly 1,000 flights at Chicago airports because a winter storm is forecast to bring up to 10 inches of snow to northern Illinois.