One of two Wisconsin girls who repeatedly stabbed a classmate because she believed a fictional horror character named Slender Man would attack her family if she didn’t kill the girl lost an appeal Wednesday.
The storm powerful storm known as a derecho tore from eastern Nebraska across Iowa and parts of Wisconsin and Illinois, blowing over trees, flipping vehicles and causing widespread property and crop damage.
From the farm to the river, and then into the lakes. Run-off from farms can cause an issue of algae in Wisconsin waters. That’s why efforts are underway to clean it up. The algae, caused by excess levels of phosphorus, make it difficult for aquatic life to live, and people to swim in.
Northcentral Technical College is offering an opportunity for prospective students to discover what online learning is like at NTC. Thrive Online is designed to provide learners with an overview of online classes at NTC and the tools that are used most often.
Wisconsin voters have requested more than 900,000 absentee ballots for Tuesday’s primary, more than seven times what they requested in the August primary in 2018, according to data state elections officials released Monday.
The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point has established a COVID-19 hotline for students, faculty and staff. The hotline was established to address questions about coronavirus. The phone line, and email line, will address campus updates as they come. It will also connect people with the resources they need.
Cruizin for K9s goal was to have a fun day with motorcycles and raise money for dogs.It did just that. The program trains one dog per year for police duty, donating the dog to a police department that may not have the funds to afford a canine for it’s department.
The Smith brothers were the best pass rushing duo in football last season. Packer fans were also immediately drawn to their fun-loving personalities off the gridiron too. They'll still be able to show that off this year, just not together.
The State Patrol posted Friday that their law of the month for August highlights Wisconsin speed-related laws (346.57) and reminds drivers that speeding can result in a fine and higher insurance rates or can cost you or someone else their life.