Top issues voiced by youth at Lincoln Hills and Copper Lake amid the COVID-19 pandemic revolved around boredom, missing school, and food complaints, according to the latest court-ordered monitor report.
Six weeks into a postponement of elective procedures that’s left them without half or more of their revenue streams, federal funding has so far covered barely a third of those losses and experts fear for their future.
A subcommittee of the House committee for Oversight and Reform is investigating a private testing lab that has conducted antibody testing for COVID-19 in Wisconsin, including a large community testing conducted in Oneida County last week.
SuperPACs have more than doubled their spending on the Republican congressional races for Wisconsin’s 7th district in the final days leading up to Tuesday’s primary, pitting establishment-backed state senator Tom Tiffany against army veteran Jason Church.
Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D) has sent letters to Frontier Communications and the Federal Communications Commission seeking action in the wake of reports from constituents and a 7 Investigates special report about residents across the state who are unable to call 911 due to landline outages for weeks at a time.
Several areas in Marathon County are emerging as trouble spots for Frontier phone service outages after 7 Investigates aired a special report last week showing elderly residents across Wisconsin with medical concerns wait an average of 3 weeks before their landlines are restored.
A 7 Investigates analysis of complaints submitted to the state about Frontier Communications extended phone service outages revealed that between 2018-2019, elderly residents with medical concerns waited an average of more than three weeks before Frontier restored their landline after an outage.
Hundreds of people living with contaminated water in the Central Sands area have a better idea of what their problem looks like and what solutions are coming. A panel discussion with researchers from the federal to the local level, farmers and legislators gave their insights at Nekoosa High School.
In the wake of at least 14 threats of violence over the course of almost two weeks in north central Wisconsin, eight students are facing charges of either making a terrorist threat or being a party to the charge.
An Adams County board supervisor told 7 Investigates he will ask the board during its meeting Tuesday night to schedule a special session to review the Division of Criminal Investigation report against its former clerk and IT director.
The Department of Public Instruction told 7 Investigates it "cannot discuss specifics of ongoing investigations," when asked about if it will make policy changes due to what a specific incident revealed.
A federal law implemented in 2018 is meant to help poor communities revitalize their areas and make them more attractive to investors. Opportunity zones were designated by state governors at the direction of Congress, that allow private developers to get a federal tax break for building business, redevelopment, or housing to those zones.
A warning tonight for anyone looking to buy a used car. Just because a title is clean and the history report shows nothing, doesn't mean you aren't spending thousands on a vehicle with a dangerous past.
The former substitute teacher charged with child sexual assault Wednesday after incidents at a Wausau school, 7 Investigates discovered, continued working as a sub in the D.C. Everest School District while he was being investigated.
Merrill’s credit rating has dropped from A to A-, according to a report from S&P Global Ratings that cited a weak economy and budgetary performance, and a likelihood that the credit rating may drop further in the future.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims (CAVC) ordered the U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs to reimburse veterans' emergency medical bills incurred at non-VA hospitals after the VA illegally blocked as much as $6.5 billion in reimbursements.
Hiring correctional officers is problem nationwide, but Wisconsin has implement several changes to recruit and retain staff. Secretary designee for the Department of Corrections said changes made in April are having a positive effect.
A veteran with a service dog walked into Kurts N Jo’s in Marathon on Wednesday. Employees didn’t see a vest on the dog, and asked him to sit outside; now, general manager Lily Ewald wants to make sure he knows that wasn’t supposed to happen.
Babies experience Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) when they go through drug withdrawal “cold turkey” after leaving the womb of a drug-addicted mother, or mother who used addiction-recovery prescription drugs such as methadone.
Snyder tells 7 Investigates he’s been researching ways and talking to judges and lawyers about making involuntary termination of parental rights (TPR) easier in Wisconsin and speeding up the adoption process.