The VFW Department of Wisconsin is looking for a disabled veteran who is in need of transportation that best accommodates them. The legacy of a Wisconsin veteran, Lonnie Grau, lives on with the gifting of his van.
More than one hundred people spent their Saturday afternoon, protesting a digital sign we reported on Friday night. That sign displayed a homophobic slur and could be seen on the side of a business on a busy street in Appleton.
Health care providers are urging people to make sure they're still getting routine cancer screenings, even during the ongoing pandemic. In order to make it more convenient, especially for people in rural areas, one provider is taking the technology for those screenings on the road.
Over the last 30 years, a state stewardship program has invested more than $1.2 billion in public land acquisition and nature-based infrastructure around the state, but now, future funding for the program could be in jeopardy.