The Middleton town chairperson is continuing her push for the ban of all leaded aviation fuel near the Middleton airport, alleging that lead levels in the area could be dangerous. Members of the flight community, however, say the claims are exaggerated.
In the wake of recent mass casualty events in the U.S., many future health care professionals and others are taking emergency response or "Stop the Bleed" training courses, in order to be best prepared for the worst kinds of tragedies.
This weekend marks seven months since Russia's full-scale invasion of Ukraine — the first European invasion since World War II. Millions fled the country following the invasion, including one family that's now making a home in Stoughton.
Five months after Lyndon Station's Beagle's Bar and Grill was sold to a new owner — Heath Fjorden — police say the new owner set off an explosion in the bar, effectively destroying the business. Former employees and friends of the previous owners say it's a devastating loss.
A criminal complaint obtained by 27 News regarding the explosion at a Lyndon Station bar on September 1 shows that the bar's owner was likely responsible, and had made dangerous actions at the bar beforehand.
The Juneau County District Attorney charged the owner of Beagle Bar and Grill with arson and four other felonies Wednesday following a September 1 explosion.
Today, the LGBTQ+ community faces substantial healthcare disparities compared to the rest of the population, but a new fellowship program at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health is aiming to change that.
For families who have lost loved ones, few things can bring the level of closure and comfort that a headstone at a grave site does. But since the pandemic began, even that task is getting harder and harder.
Sauk Prairie High School is dedicating its first full week of classes to suicide prevention, in the wake of one the death of one of its students over the summer.