Ho-Chunk vets headed to N.D. pipeline protests

As protests surrounding the disputed Dakota access oil pipeline continue, members of the ho-chunk Indian nation prepare to hit the front lines.


An area school is extending the length of its days to better focus on education.


On Tuesday, the center announced that 592 veterans may be infected with Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C or HIV.


The Wisconsin Department of Transportation says car crashes are the number one killer of teens in the country; and it's only increasing.



NEW INFORMATION: Judge allows recount to continue in Wisconsin; Trump sues to block Michigan recount


Shilling declares victory after recount with Kapanke


Sleepy kindergartner spent hours alone on school bus


Drunk driver crashed truck into house


NEW INFORMATION: Body identified in La Crosse


NEW INFORMATION: Slager defense attorneys ask for mistrial


Trump speaks with Taiwan's president, risking China tensions


Dayton, legislative leaders approach deal on premium relief


Christmas tree lot adds extra security after thefts


Man had crowbar when shot by officer in church


Dean takes himself out of the race for chairman of DNC


Attempted murder charge against mom in fecal injection case


Walker talks positively of sheriff looked at by Trump


Colombia repatriates dead, crash investigated


Two arrested in Chippewa Falls overdose death


NEW INFORMATION: Woman pulled from building rubble in Sioux Falls


Trump team says he backs disputed Dakota Access oil pipeline


Don Calfa, prolific film and television actor, dead at 76


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