- Emergency 911 service has been restored to multiple southern Wisconsin counties after an outage that lasted roughly seven hours.
That service was restored at around 4 p.m. Thursday.
Frontier spokeswoman Karen Miller says the outage happened after an underground cable was inadvertently severed by a third party shortly after 9 a.m. The outage affected 911 phone service and high-speed internet access.
The issue impacted Juneau, Columbia, Adams and Marquette counties in south-central Wisconsin.
|Story By: Associated Press