A river of manure courses through rural Fennimore. In Wisconsin, the water we drink is becoming increasingly poisonous.
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1837: Clarke Square In the 1800s, Milwaukee didn’t have a plan for parks. Instead, little parcels were set aside across the city.
Native American leaders meeting in Milwaukee this week at the convention of the National Congress of American Indians are asking the Trump administration to do more to combat climate change.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt is vowing to speed the cleanup of toxic Superfund sites, part of a shift away from climate change and toward what he calls the "basics" of clean air and water.
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Representatives of The Nature Conservancy caution that people may see some out-of-the- ordinary things at Baxter’s Hollow, located between Sauk City and Baraboo, and Hemlock Draw, which sits about 30 minutes southwest of Baraboo near Leland.
Water is a high profile issue in just about any community in Wisconsin. It's likewise a growing challenge across the United States and around the world.
Chatter among Wisconsin’s business, media and political classes has sucked all the clean air out of the room in contemplating news that Taiwan-based electronics assembler Foxconn perhaps will build a gigantic factory in the state.
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With his recent executive order, President Trump is trying to remove protections for millions of acres of our public lands and monuments.
The Wisconsin State Assembly passed Assembly Bill 226 yesterday – a big step towards passing this bill into law.