LAC DU FLAMBEAU - Retiring in the Northwoods can be a great option for some people.
A local college wants to serve the community by offering classes for retirees.
Nicolet College's Learning in Retirement program offers everything from science classes to a tour of the WJFW studio.
"Learning is something, it becomes a passion to people. They've experienced it all through their lives. But it doesn't stop, we believe, at retirement," says Learning in Retirement past president Edward Lee.
Students in the Learning in Retirement program had the chance to learn more about Ojibwe culture.
RHINELANDER - The Ebola virus may seem to be a world away... but people right here in the Northwoods are helping to fight it.
Wise Intentional Leadership Development, otherwise known as WILD, is doing their part to raise money. The Rhinelander based group began training and developing young people in Africa in 2001.
"Our primary purpose, mission is to offer leadership development with a Christian perspective and really focus on the youth, cause over half the population in Africa is 25 and younger," explains WILD Executive Director Mike Prom. "So if we can help develop the youth, we can help change Africa."
JACKSON, WI - Jackson police have used the drug Narcan to counter a suspected heroin overdose two weeks after the department received its first Narcan kits.
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports (http://bit.ly/1pBraGP ) police found a Milwaukee man unconscious on a commuter bus. An officer noticed his pupils were constricted and administered a dose of Narcan into the man's nose.
Police say the man regained consciousness around two minutes later and was able to communicate with authorities. He was taken to a hospital for treatment.
FAA: 2 weeks to reopen Chicago-area control center
CHICAGO - The Federal Aviation Administration says it will take about two weeks to fully reopen a Chicago-area control center where an act of sabotage brought the city's two international airports to a halt last week.
The FAA said Sunday it hopes to return the facility to full service by Oct. 13.
Authorities say a contract employee started a fire Friday at regional control center in suburban Aurora and then attempted to commit suicide. More than 2,000 flights were canceled that day at O'Hare and Midway international airports, disrupting travel nationwide.
MADISON - State officials are looking into how a naked man found his way into the Wisconsin state Capitol's rotunda.
The man appeared undressed in the rotunda around 4 p.m. Monday and began shouting at the top of his lungs. It was unclear what he was saying.
A Capitol Police officer quickly led him away.
Stephanie Marquis is a spokeswoman for the state Department of Administration, which oversees the Capitol Police. She says the man was screaming that he was Jesus Christ. She says he will be taken to jail on suspicion of disorderly conduct and lewd and lascivious behavior.
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