ASHLAND - A new office to educate people on the effects mining will have on northern Wisconsin.
ASHLAND - Bill Route has been working with the National Park Service for 25 years.
For the past seven, he has worked with a team to monitor contaminants in the region, specifically lead in bald eagles he says is often transferred through lead bullets.
ST. PAUL - Despite the sudden warm weather, Minnesota farmers are still waiting for the chance to get into their fields.
ST. PAUL - New federal data confirm that anglers who enjoy Minnesota's sky blue waters are still a powerful engine for the state's economy.
SUPERIOR - Tuesday morning at 2:57 am, Superior Fire Department was called to possible ice rescue.
CABLE - In just a few days, Northland fishermen and women will be able to dust off their rods and catch some walleye and pan fish in Wisconsin.
SUPERIOR- All hands were on deck in Barker's Island Saturday, to get the SS Meteor ready for
the tour season.
All aboard the SS Meteor were busy painting, shaping and tightening.
DULUTH - The first ever Canine Carnival was held at the Fitger’s complex Saturday.
Featuring a best-dressed dog contest, dog performers, local groomers, veterinarians and trainers.
DULUTH - Some community members in the Congdon area are already thinking spring.
THOMSON - It was a much more active spring last year at Jay Cooke State Park.
"We had people hiking through March because the weather was so beautiful," Kristine Hiller with the DNR and Jay Cooke State Park said. "We had a lot of people out and about March and April campers already."