A Vilas County family's 12-hundred pound memorial to a man killed last year disappeared 2 months ago, and now, the family wants anyone with information to come forward. We talk to the widow, the contractor and a deputy about this mystery.
Volunteers will walk the streets of the Northwoods late at night this week looking for homeless people, hoping their count gets people the help they need. We talk to the program facilitator about why homeless people are hard to find in the Northwoods.
And an Eagle River man hasn't missed the EAA in 15 years, and now he has gifted all three of his children with a trip. We talk to him about why the event is important to him.
We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
MILWAUKEE - A judge says a Wisconsin county is likely violating the U.S. Constitution with its requirement that game developers obtain permits for augmented-reality apps like Pokemon Go to be played in parks.
U.S. District Judge J.P. Stadtmueller said in a ruling Thursday that Milwaukee County can't enforce the ordinance for now. The ruling came at the request of Irvine, California-based game developer Candy Lab Inc., which is suing to overturn the rule.
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