The hunger strike is an escalation of a weekslong protest over long confinements.
The dead man's brother said the father and son had not been getting along lately.
Other dog sled races have been canceled, but the North Shore's Beargrease marathon will start Sunday, albeit with some modifications.
Wilder Foundation eliminated nine programs in 2020 budget cuts.
Measures in the North Metro follow August protest outside the Hugo home of Bob Kroll.
The rumor was about a police officer killing a Black man.
Wisconsin state government's financial future brightened Tuesday after analysts released projections that show the state should collect $1.2 billion more in tax revenue by mid-2023 than estimated in November.
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Throughout the history of the movement for equality, Black women have been denied the recognition they've deserved.
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George Floyd's arrest by Minneapolis police in a 2019 drug case and an aggravated robbery conviction from Texas cannot be used at trial.
The Republican-controlled Wisconsin Senate voted Tuesday to repeal Gov. Tony Evers' statewide mask mandate, despite warnings from virtually every sector of the health care community that doing so would impair efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic.
The prosecution alleges that the defendants pulled off their crimes for the financial benefit of their gang in order for them to carry out shootings and assaults against their rivals.
Brian Snitker choked back tears as he remembered Hank Aaron's affection for those who didn't possess his unparalleled talent on the baseball field.
A Wisconsin pharmacist accused of trying to spoil dozens of vials of COVID-19 vaccine is facing 20 years in prison after he agreed Tuesday to plead guilty in federal court, prosecutors said.
Campaign touts his 'unapologetic equity agenda.'