Wisconsin

What is Call of the Wild in Wisconsin?

CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE STORY OF UP NORTH COVER Above the hum of nature – the wind whispering through pine needles, the chatter of birds and insects – is that long, almost haunting cry of the loonie. They appear in the morning or towards the evening, an …

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Robin Vos Plays With A Gooey GOP Chew Toy

Photo courtesy of David Julseth | Campaign for Democracy in Wisconsin When Wisconsin President Robin Vos announced Wednesday that he was hiring three retired police officers and a lawyer to further investigate allegations of improprieties in the last election, he made himself even more dishonored. He just can’t let go …

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UW-Parkside Wins Wisconsin Big Idea Tournament | Local News

Participants in the Big Idea tournament were nominated by their home campus based on student participation in the tournament on their campus. Richardson won the UW-Parkside Big Ideas tournament and worked with Parkside’s App Factory and the computer software engineering class on a first prototype of LinguaMD. Support local journalism …

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Internet scams in Wisconsin see rise amid pandemic

WAUKESHA, WI – Being the victim of an internet scam affects more people in Wisconsin each year, with the coronavirus pandemic apparently exacerbating the problem nationwide. In Wisconsin, 60,244 people were victims of online scams reported in 2020, a 24% increase from the 48,214 reported in 2019, according to Comparitech, …

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Wisconsin Wolf Hunting Rules Revision Process Begins

item MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – The policy council of the Department of Natural Resources began the process of reviewing the Wisconsin wolf hunting rules on Wednesday, May 26. The revisions could ban night hunting and shorten the window for registering victims after hunters exceeded their quota in February. The council …

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Wisconsin bills banning trans athletes are heard

MADISON, Wis. Republican-backed bills that would ban transgender athletes in Wisconsin from competing on women’s and women’s sports teams were scheduled for their first public hearings before legislative committees on Wednesday. Even as Wisconsin’s proposals move forward, they are likely to face a veto from Democratic Gov. Tony Evers if …

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