Rain, sleet and snow led to at least three accidents this morning near Rhinelander today. We'll give you the details and talk to a Rhinelander police officer about how to avoid accidents in weather like today.
We'll tell you how the recent precipitation is affecting lake levels in the Northwoods.
And an acoustic guitarist from Japan is opening the season at Three Lakes Center for the Arts Friday, and this will be his second time performing there. He tells us why he likes playing in that particular theater.
We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
MADISON - Gov. Scott Walker says he hopes President Donald Trump's aggressive negotiating style will get Canadian officials to delay policy changes that will evaporate the demand for Wisconsin milk producers.
Walker said Wednesday that Trump's retaliatory move to impose tariffs on Canadian lumber was aggressive but appreciated.
Dozens of Wisconsin dairy farmers lost a market for their milk after Canada announced plans to change its dairy pricing policy to favor domestic milk.
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