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Opiate Problems Come to Forefront in Wisconsin

About $5 Million Being Suggested for Opiate Treatment

SUPERIOR, Wis.-The Wisconsin House of Representatives today, worked on passing a bill to expand opiate treatment facilities at a cost of almost $5 million. The funding could help many different organizations in Superior including the local fire department. They have responded to many opioid overdoses over the years, saving many lives with NARCAN – a drug that reverses an opioid…

Honored Duluth Police Officer to Retire at End of Week

Retiring Officer Said Retirement is "Bittersweet"

DULUTH, Minn.-Lieutenant Brad Wick of the Duluth Police Department received quite a send off today, as friends and family wished him well. Wick’s day of employment with the department is at the end of the week, after working there for 31 years. Wick had a decorated career, receiving praise nationally for his work. In 2015 he received the Medal of…

Body Found in Ironwood Home that was Set for Demolition

Believed to be the Homeowner

IRONWOOD, Mich.-The Ironwood Department of Public Safety have discovered human remains inside a home that was due for demolition Monday. The Ironwood home was being inspected prior to being destroyed when the remains were found. Authorities have said the person found inside the home had been deceased “for some time, and was perhaps the homeowner.” Authorities have identified the individual…