Soccer players in our area are joining in on the fight against cancer.
Fishing is like a box of chocolates. You never know what you're going to get. I was pleasantly surprised with something I never expected to pull out of the water.Fishing guide Mike Orlikowski just won More>>
Some grade school students from Athens left their classrooms and toured a dairy farm Monday afternoon. More>>
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (AP) -- Officials in Pleasant Prairie say tests have found the drinking water is safe on a farm where buried horses were found.
PLEASANT PRAIRIE, Wis. (AP) -- Officials in Pleasant Prairie say tests have found the drinking water is safe on a farm where buried horses were found.More>>
Project leaders are asking for input on upcoming changes to Athletic Park in Wausau.
Wouldn't it be nice if adults were allowed a recess during the day? Or were given a designated area to let out some steam? I found that place in Rome, Wisconsin. A playground of sorts, to let loose on More>>
A new plan may soon leave stray cats at the Marathon County Humane Society without a place to stay. More>>
A steamroller, woodcut blocks, and several area high schoolers helped bring a unique type of art to life in Wausau on Saturday.
It was a beautiful day for the start of Wisconsin's fishing opener.
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A Wisconsin game organization is offering a $500 reward for a tip that leads to a conviction in a bear poaching case in St. Croix County. More>>
Portage County, Wisconsin is one of a few places where Prairie Chickens roam wild.
But to see them, you've got to be in place hours before sunrise. More>>
The weather has suddenly decided to warm up, and it's still just a bit early to head out fishing, but if you need to scratch that outdoors itch you can always try something new. A lot of people are heading More>>
Some lakes in northern Wisconsin still have ice on them, and anglers could find their fishing holes still frozen come Saturday's statewide opener. More>>
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- The long winter has affected Wisconsin's deer herd. Department of Natural Resources ecologist Kevin Wallenfang says most reports of stressed or dead deer have come in the past few weeks. Wallenfang says the longer winter conditions persist, the greater impact on the herd. He says deer have burned through their fat reserves and are in critical need of food. State biologists consider winter's effect on survival when developing 2013 harvest quotas, which will be relea... More>>
The Northland Pines high school trap club started after a group of students pitched the idea to their teacher Tim Lehman, knowing he had a passion for the outdoors.In it's first year, the group of 23 students More>>
RHINELANDER (WAOW) - The long winter with deep snow in northern Wisconsin will dampen the opening of the hook-and-line inland fishing season May 4 -- at least for some campers. More>>
Wisconsin environmental officials are urging people to recycle used electronics rather than toss them in the trash as they complete their spring cleaning. More>>
10 year old Serina Zelinka and 12 year old Bailey Bootz both got involved in archery, because of their fathers. Serina says,"He taught me everything and everything about archery. And everything I need More>>
State Department of Natural Resources officials say they hope to add nearly 330,000 trout to Wisconsin waters before the inland fishing season opener next month. DNR fisheries crews have been stocking rainbow, brown and brook trout raised at hatcheries in Nevin, Osceola and St. Croix Falls. More>>
Guns near schools is a hot-button issue nationwide but you may soon be able to add bow and arrows to that list here in Wisconsin. More>>
A new forum to facilitate discussion about Wisconsin's environment called "Science on tap" has started at the Minocqua Brewing Company.
"It is really exciting. There's a lot of interested folks, they're asking really good questions," Steve Carpenter told Newsline 9. More>>
After weeks of preparations, I finally got to participate in the Learn to Turkey Hunt Program this weekend put on by the DNR and Lincoln County Sports Club.The weather was fighting against me and my mentor More>>
PHELPS (WAOW) - The state Department of Natural Resources says a 46 year-old man was killed in a snowmobile crash in Vilas County on Sunday, becoming the 20th fatality of the winter season. More>>
Thousands of people attended public hearings across the state Monday to voice their opinions on hunting and fishing regulations. More>>
MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- Gov. Scott Walker has appointed wildlife biologist Gary Zimmer to the Natural Resources Board. He announced the appointment Friday during a tour of forestry businesses in northwestern Wisconsin. The seven-member board sets policy for the Department of Natural Resources. Zimmer workers as a regional wildlife biologist at the Ruffed Grouse Society. He also worked 18 years for the U.S. Forest Service and for 12 of those years he was a district biologist. Walk... More>>
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has confirmed Waukesha County's second deer to test positive for chronic wasting disease. Tests confirm a 3 1/2-year-old buck killed March 3 in Wales had the brain disease. It was observed wandering in a stupor. A law enforcement officer dispatched the animal. It was the second CWD-positive deer found in Waukesha County this year. A doe, 9 to 12 years old, was found dead Jan. 3 in the Town of Delafield. It subsequently t... More>>
A new pub is now open in Weston after a fire stalled construction. More>>
Lauren Magiera is participating in a Learn to Turkey Hunt Program designed for first time hunters who have passed their hunters safety course. This program is sponsored by the DNR and Lincoln County Sports More>>
I met with experienced turkey hunter Tony Dallman, and our preparations began. First, we made sure this 20 gauge shotgun is a good fit.Before heading out on a hunt, Dallman says hunters have to remember More>>
State wildlife officials say an eagle's nest near the Fox River around Burlington is the first confirmed in the area in over a century.
WAUSAU (WAOW) - The arrival of temperatures nearing 50 degrees Friday and some expected weekend rain in central Wisconsin has ended a record-setting snowmobile season in Marathon County. The county'ssnowmobile and all-terrain vehicle trails will close at 8 a.m. Saturday, a day earlier than the required closing, coordinator Jon Daniels said. "We have never been open this late. We shattered all those records," Daniels said. The previous record for being open was March 24, 2004, he said... More>>
State wildlife officials say they won't authorize an elk hunt this year.
Lincoln County Sports Club is hosting a learn to hunt program that pairs first time turkey hunters, like myself, with an experienced hunter as a mentor.First time turkey hunter, 12 year old Cole Hauser More>>
The 15th annual Lawn, Garden, Home & Recreation Expo kicked off Friday in Rothschild.
ANTIGO (WAOW) - The Langlade County Sheriff's Department says exposure to the cold is being explored as a reason for a Rhinelander snowmobiler's death, but the exact cause won't be known until toxicology tests are finished. Robert Ottman, 55, was found next to his snowmobile on private property near Otter Lake about noon last Saturday. Chief Deputy John Shunke said Wednesday that Ottman was last seen about 8 p.m. last Friday driving in a state Highway 45 ditch near the Oneida-Langlade ... More>>
Chris and Dee Kietrys are passionate about hunting, especially their hunting dog, Reggie. More>>
A newly released study says Asian carp may be reproducing in more places and for longer periods than previously thought.
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Chippewa tribes in northern Wisconsin intend to spear a near-record number of walleyes during the annual spring harvest. Department of Natural Resources officials say the six tribes declared their intentions to spear 59,399 walleyes in off-reservation lakes. More>>
People in Wausau met Monday to learn about big changes coming to a major highway.
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