MADISON - While two Wisconsin state agencies have scrubbed references to climate change from their web sites, the Division of Emergency Management has released new information on global warming and its effects on the state.
Wisconsin emergency management officials, in an online post, describe how climate change could generate flooding, drought and forest fires.
MINOCQUA - Hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Washington D.C. today to promote gender equality. Here in the Northwoods, hundreds rallied in Minocqua for a similar reason. They showed their support for not just women's rights, but human rights.
Not everyone could travel to D.C., so instead they held a Women's March in Minocqua.
MADISON - A suspect is charged with killing a western Wisconsin sheriff's deputy in October and endangering the safety of several other officers as they were arresting him.
According to the criminal complaint filed Friday, Doug Nitek fatally shot Rusk County Sheriff's Deputy Dan Glaze on Oct. 29 after Glaze approached Nitek's vehicle. Glaze died of a gunshot wound to the head.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - Donald Trump is now the 45th president of the United States. He's just taken the oath of office on the West Front of the Capitol.
The combative billionaire businessman and television celebrity won election in November over Democrat Hillary Clinton, and today he's leading a profoundly divided country - one that's split between Americans enthralled and horrified by his victory.
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