- Most Easter egg hunts take place outside. MANITOWISH WATERS But with the recent snow fall, some were in danger of being canceled. One Northwoods camp found an alternative to keep the festivities going. Camp Jorn YMCA in Manitowish Waters hosted their first Easter Egg Hunt. More than 30 kids ran around inside of the camp. Camp Jorn daycamp director says they got the idea from Boulder Junction's Easter Egg Hunt.
- Losing someone to suicide can be difficult. RHINELANDER But it's a reality some families in the Northwoods have to live with. The suicide rate in north-central Wisconsin has gone up in 2013. Suicide experts believe high levels of depression and alcoholism in Wisconsin contribute to more suicides.
- Wisconsin wildlife officials are using road-kill and radio-tracking data to assess the harsh winter's effect on the state's deer herd. MADISON Department of Natural Resources staffers are looking for 10 carcasses in every county so they can check a number of biological signs, such as fat stores and pregnancy.
- Easter can mean Easter eggs hunts, pastel colors, and a lot of chocolate. RHINELANDER Some businesses rely on those Easter traditions for a larger profit. One local chocolate store depends on Easter for a boost in sales. Some businesses believe Easter is the second biggest chocolate holiday.
- A Winnebago County woman has been arrested after authorities found nearly two dozen animals living in deplorable conditions in the Town of Clayton. OSHKOSH WGBA-TV reports that since Thursday, authorities have rescued 17 horses and five dogs from the home. Winnebago sheriff's detective Chris Braman says they did not look healthy. Another three horses were found dead. Cattle Rescue Inc. will be caring for the surviving horses. Director Bill Blemke says they are malnourished.
- A same-sex couple wants the Wisconsin Supreme Court to strike down the state's gay marriage ban. MADISON The couple filed a lawsuit directly with the high court Wednesday, bypassing the trial and appellate courts. The lawsuit says the pair lives in Milwaukee County and married in San Diego. They claim Wisconsin's gay marriage ban denies them federal rights afforded to opposite-sex married couples.
- Police arrested four people in a meth bust near Rhinelander. RHINELANDER The Oneida County Sheriff’s Department says the bust went down yesterday in the town of Pine Lake. Arrested were 38 year old Gerry Frederick, 55 year old Thomas Franz, 40 year old Scott Dumpprope and 46 year old Carrie Steinmetz. Potential charges include conspiring to manufacture methamphetamine and maintaining a drug house.
- Outdoor enthusiasts think Wisconsin should ban deer baiting and feeding in the days leading up to the November gun season. MADISON The Conservation Congress is a group of sportsmen that advises the DNR on policy. Annual spring hearings across the state we held Monday. People who attended answered nearly 60 questions asking for their positions on a number of proposals.