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Now that Bernie Sanders announced his support of presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton, the question is how the move will impact Donald Trump's campaign.
The Northern Wisconsin State Fair starts tomorrow, but what does it take to put an event like this together?
Wisconsin's first lady Tonette Walker made a stop at Chippewa County Human Services in Chippewa Falls, Monday.
Eau Claire city leaders discussed $3.5 million in upgrades to the Carson Park baseball stadium at a public hearing Monday.
A local police department has seen a massive increase in stray and lost animals this summer.
The little bit of rain Sunday morning didn't bother players too much as the final day for the U.S. National Kubb Championship wrapped up.
A small community in Western Wisconsin had a milestone year for their annual fair.
The community of Neillsville finished one of their biggest events of the summer.
A fire in Jackson County Sunday morning causes significant heat, smoke, and water damage to a cabin.
Authorities say a 26-year-old woman from Green Bay has drowned while tubing on the Peshtigo River in northeastern Wisconsin.
Two people have been hospitalized after someone fired into a crowd near a Denver nightclub early Sunday and Denver police and a security guard returned fire.
An east Alabama sheriff's deputy was shot and a suspect has been found dead after a standoff with law enforcement.
San Diego voters will decide in November on the Chargers' proposal to raise local hotel taxes for a downtown stadium and convention facility.
Authorities say several inmates at a Texas jail broke out of a holding cell to help save an armed guard after they saw him lose consciousness.
Police have arrested about 100 people in St. Paul during protests of the recent police killings of black men in Minnesota and Louisiana.
Environmentalists are challenging findings in a new state Department of Natural Resources draft report that sand mining doesn't produce fine dust that can lodge in human lungs.
Relatives of an American journalist have filed a federal lawsuit claiming that Syrian government officials targeted and killed her in 2012 to silence her reporting on Syria and the besieged city of Homs.
Chinese government data shows consumer prices in June rose at the slowest pace in six months, suggesting the world's second-largest economy is still experiencing weak consumer demand amid a broad downturn.
During their working years, women tend to earn less than men, and when they retire, they're more likely to live in poverty.
A Wisconsin businessman is set to plead guilty to fraudulently obtaining bank loans in a deal with federal prosecutors.