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Rep. Katrina Shankland is proposing a package of bills that would allocate millions of dollars to fight chronic wasting disease.

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Imagine being tasked with finding marble-sized pieces of a meteorite 200 feet below the surface of Lake Michigan between Manitowoc and Sheboygan. Scientists and a group of teenage volunteers are on the hunt with the help of a special sled. Our guest tells us all about Project Aquarius.

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Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul says hundreds of millions of dollars could be at stake in state lawsuit settlements that require the Legislature's budget committee to approve.

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States across the country are taking action to control rising prescription drug costs. Wisconsin has its own bill in the works, but the Legislature has yet to take action on it.

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Republican Waukesha County Executive Paul Farrow says he won't run for Congress to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner

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The National Wildlife Federation released its recommendations Tuesday for addressing so-called forever chemicals known as PFAS.

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Sen. Tom Tiffany announced his candidacy for Congress with praise for President Trump, shots at Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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Sen. Tom Tiffany announced his candidacy for Congress with praise for President Trump, shots at Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

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Sen. Tom Tiffany said Monday he will make a "special announcement" Tuesday about the 7th Congressional District race.

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Merrill’s city administrator is claiming age discrimination in an escalating feud with the city’s mayor.

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Milwaukee County leaders are proposing a 1 percent local sales tax increase that could be reinvested into the community through property tax relief and the county's aging buildings.

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Longtime state Sen. Rob Cowles, R-Green Bay, has authored or sponsored more than 30 bills this year alone. He spoke about the bills — which range from child exposure to lead, Lyme disease from tick bites, government transparency and evidence in sexual assault cases — with WPR's "The Morning Show" host Kate Archer Kent.

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A research project at UW-Stevens Point aims to use virtual reality to improve hockey players' performance and reduce injuries.

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The 25-year-old son of former Republican Gov. Scott Walker is considering running for Congress in a deeply conservative district.

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DATCP Officials say they're working with the governor's office to reevaluate new testing requirements for dogs brought into Wisconsin.

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Supporters of the federal R ehabilitation for M ultiemployer P ensions A ct say its needed to ensure retirement security for thousands in Wisconsin.

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Democratic state lawmakers have introduced a proposal to repeal a new state law that has led to weeks of gridlock between GOP lawmakers and Attorney General Josh Kaul at the Capitol.

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A new study has found that the number of Wisconsin residents who could lose their Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits has increased by 18 percent.

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Gov. Tony Evers has picked an attorney for an organic farming cooperative to serve as the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp.'s new leader.

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A field of several potential GOP candidates for Wisconsin’s 5th Congressional District is already forming, less than 24 hours after longtime Congressman Jim Sensenbrenner announced he won’t seek re-election next year.

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