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Dead dogs, other wildlife found dead in northern Wisconsin believed to be poisoned, DNR says
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is investigating after several dogs and wildlife were found dead in northern Wisconsin, possibly from poison. Dead animals, including domestic dogs, coyotes, weasels, raccoons and a wolf, were reported in Bayfield, Marinette and Florence Counties.
First turkey for Hudson hunter
Taylor Aschenbrenner of Hudson shot her first turkey, a Tom with an 11 inch beard, during the Wisconsin Youth Hunt April 13-14. Photo courtesy of Jodi Aschenbrenner. Bob Burrows has been sports editor at the River Falls Journal since 1996 and at the Hudson Star-Observer since 2009. Prior to joining
NW Wisconsin tribal leaders accused of embezzling $1.5M from casino
TURTLE LAKE, Wis. — Federal gaming regulators are accusing St. Croix Chippewa tribal leaders of pocketing at least $1.5 million in casino funds with little or no documentation or receipts.
Wisconsin brothers accused of years-long sexual abuse of siblings; father blamed ‘raging hormones’
Three brothers in Milwaukee were charged with the alleged sexual assault of their younger siblings while their father, aware of the abuse, is accused of doing nothing to stop it.
7 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Hudson
HUDSON, WI — New and exciting events are coming to the Hudson area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events coming up
Illegal Immigrant Charged With Killing Father Of 10 In Drunk Driving Crash
An illegal immigrant who was released into the US by former President Obama’s Department of Homeland Security has now been charged with felony drunken driving resulting in the death of a St. Paul, Minnesota, father of ten.
Green Alert issued for 30-year-old Wisconsin woman
A Green Alert has been issued for Aimee Marie McCaughey, who was last seen Monday in Eau Claire. McCaughey, 30, suffers from PTSD/depression, and it is unknown if she is taking her prescribed medication.
Transport for Christ holds its last service
After a dedication service on May 2, 1992, the Transport for Christ tractor-trailer was driven to its home off Exit 4 in Hudson. At its first service the next morning, the house was full.
Violent attack caught on camera at Wisconsin high school
BERLIN, Wis. -- (WMTV) Disturbing video is making the rounds on social media showing a high school student in Green Lake County violently beating another student. Authorities are now investigating the attack that took place at Berlin High School.
TOWN OF HUDSON: Liquor License Application-Holiday
Within The Town of Hudson, St. Croix County, Wisconsin. The following original application for license to sell intoxicating and/or fermented malt beverages with the Town of Hudson have been made and will be acted upon at the meeting of the Town Board at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at the Hudso
Family of MOA victim shares update on boy's condition
MINNEAPOLIS — There is an optimistic update Friday from the family of a 5-year-old boy critically injured when a complete stranger picked him up and threw him off a third story Mall of America balcony to the ground below.
State Patrol: Driver, 22, Dead After Going Airborne Off Hwy 169
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 22-year-old St. Paul man is dead after the vehicle he was operating went off of Highway 169 at a high rate of speed and crashed overnight. According to the Minnesota State Patrol, the incident occurred at 12:50 a.m. Friday on southbound Highway 169 and Anderson Lakes Parkway o
Foxconn's Wisconsin Facility is a Ghost Town Where Workers Are Just 'Moving Dirt Around'
The people of Wisconsin are at their wit’s end, trying to figure out what to do about a Foxconn facility that has so far failed to create thousands of jobs. And the Democratic governor, Tony Evers, signaled this week that the deal signed by his predecessor, which provided $4 billion worth of subsidi
Wisconsin woman found with over 300 grams of methamphetamine, sentenced five years in prison
A Wisconsin woman has been sentenced to five years in prison and seven years of extended supervision after being found with over 300 grams of crystal methamphetamine in August of 2017, according to the Wisconsin Department of Justice.
Truckers are learning to spot signs of human trafficking in Wisconsin
(WKOW) — Human trafficking has impacted all 72 counties across Wisconsin and although law enforcement is cracking down on it, there’s another group of people who see it happening almost everyday and have the chance to do something about.
Wisconsin River expected to reach major flooding levels
COLUMBIA COUNTY (WKOW) — The Wisconsin River is expected to reach major flooding levels this weekend. The river was beginning to overtake some of the homes along the banks Friday.
Wisconsin mentioned in Mueller report
WAUSAU (WAOW) — The long awaited Mueller Report was finally released yesterday, and the Badger State makes an appearance. In one part of the report, Wisconsin is identified as a battleground state in a conversation about the Trump Campaign’s messaging and internal polling data.
Immigration Detention Center COO: Wisconsin City Rejected Proposed Facility
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A company that runs privately-owned immigration detention centers has announced that city officials in New Richmond, Wisconsin have rejected their request to build a new facility.
Starting Sunday, expect delays when traveling westbound on I-494 from Newport
Motorists traveling westbound between Bailey Road in Newport and Seventh Avenue in South St. Paul should plan for major delays as I-494 is reduced to a single lane and ramps close beginning Sunday, April 21.
Bikers & hikers excited for St. Croix loop trail, despite delay
Bikers and hikers will have to wait a bit longer for the long-anticipated St. Croix River Crossing Loop Trail. High water on the St. Croix River has pushed back the opening of the bike and pedestrian trail from this summer - to this fall.