We'll take you live to Crandon where a police officer shot and killed a man after a traffic stop and a physical struggle last night.
We talk to the Department of Corrections Secretary about an attack at Lincoln Hills School over a week ago which sent a teacher to the hospital. The secretary recently said the facility is safe even after the attack.
And we'll tell you about a new homeless shelter that will soon open up in Merrill.
We'll bring you the details on these stories and more tonight on Newswatch 12 - news from where you live.
RHINELANDER - A walk down a gravel driveway and up a leaf-covered path in the Town of Crescent led Lon Roberts to one of Oneida County's prized projects.
"People who are trying to get into the process should look at what Oneida County has done," Roberts said.
Roberts is the new state Public Service Commission commissioner, which is the agency that regulates utilities across Wisconsin and doles out grant funding for broadband projects. Monday morning, Roberts got to see one of more than a dozen broadband internet towers Northwoods Connect and the county put up in the last two years.
MADISON - Enrollment in Wisconsin private school vouchers programs increased nearly 8 percent this year.
The Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction released totals Monday for enrollment in the programs operating statewide and in Milwaukee and Racine. Under the programs, students can receive a taxpayer-funded voucher to attend private schools.
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