North West Wisconsin

  • Authorities searching for missing vulnerable adult

    Bayfield County, Wis., ( - Authorities are searching for 70-year-old Robert Osborn, after he got off a bus in Iron River, Wisconsin and disappeared. Osborn is believed to be suffering from dementia or some other cognitive impairment.

  • Superior-based company giving 170 million laptop users something to stand for

    Superior, WI ( --- There are an estimated 170 million laptop users in the U.S., and a Superior based business is hoping to save every single one of their backs from poor posture... or worse. The concept is called "StandStand," and it's all the benefits of an ergonomic standing desk in a "pint size," portable form.

  • CASDA's 13th annual walk/run

    Superior, WI ( --- Walkers and runners of all ages laced up their shoes Friday evening for the Center Against Sexual and Domestic Abuse's annual walk/run to end abuse.

  • Ashland police officer receives top award from the state

    Ashland, WI ( -- An Ashland police officer has been selected as the top female cop in the State of Wisconsin. For the last 25 years, Sergent Michelle Tutor has gotten in her squad car, put on her seat belt, and patrolled the streets of Ashland, Wisconsin.

  • Logging truck rolls, injuring driver in Bayfield County

    Bayfield Co., WI ( - The driver of a logging truck was life-flighted to a Duluth hospital Friday morning after his truck rolled into a ditch in Bayfield County.

  • Remington Rifle Recall

    A Remington hunting rifle is under a recall notification because of an alleged faulty firing system. Lawsuits are blaming the rifle for several deaths already and they're claiming more people could be killed. Dave Anderson reports.

  • Superior breaks ground on new animal shelter

    Superior, WI ( Shovels hit the ground in Superior today in a ground-breaking for a new animal shelter.

  • Ashland Lakefront Project rescheduled for middle of 2015

    Ashland, WI ( --- After an Ashland barge system used as a test site was damaged in severe storms earlier this month, they are now receiving more time to conduct testing.

  • K-9 Talon tracks down two suspects in Oliver

    Oliver, WI ( --- An Oliver, Wis., man called police after he reportedly chased two people he believed to be responsible for rummaging through his vehicle around 5 a.m. on Monday.

  • Butternut man charged with intentional murder of two-year-old boy

    Ashland, WI ( - Twenty-seven-year-old, Duane T. Amos of Butternut was arrested on charges of first-degree intentional homicide of his girlfriend's two-year-old son.

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