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ICYMI: The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says the state has a record number of wolves right now.
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Red House Records' own Charlie Parr is this week's featured artist on Set List! If you missed him earlier on Central Time on WPR, you can start with this video for "I Ain't Dead Yet", then head to wpr.org/setlist for the complete session. Discover your new favorite band with Set List!
The state Assembly speaker said he hopes the governor will change his mind on roads spending.
State lawmakers mandated a turnaround plan for low-performing schools as part of the current budget and county officials released their strategy to comply in the spring. That's not sitting well with local education leaders.
In a time of political turbelence for transgender people nationwide, transgender students from Wisconsin are figuring out who they are, what they want, and how their state sees them
We're sniffing out support for allowing leashed dogs in designated areas of Fond du Lac's city parks. 72 other WI cities and numerous state parks already allow this, and we want to help Fond du Lac to attract tourists and retain young talent through this initiative. Care to join us? Follow our page at https://www.facebook.com/DogsinFDLParks/
Here's Charlie Parr playing "Hobo" for Set List. Tune in tomorrow to Central Time on WPR at 4:15pm for the interview, and head to wpr.org/setlist for the complete session!
Owners of Wisconsin's only operating nuclear plant say they've made safety improvements requested by the U.S. government in response to Fukushima. But critics of nuclear power say the plant north of Two Rivers should be taking more precautions against outside threats.
A prominent Wisconsin conservation group points to measures on things like frac sand mining and lakeshore zoning from the last legislative session as historically unprecedented environmental policy.
Wisconsin's last two uncommitted Democratic superdelegates say they'll back Hillary Clinton.
Sandi Sawchuk, SVM clinical instructor, provides helpful tips for dogs that dislike being left alone and takes a variety of listener questions on Wisconsin Public Radio's The Larry Meiller Show.
I'm really grateful for the programming change that brought us BBC News Hour in the afternoon line up. Thank you! I've been noticing it since the line up change, how helpful it is to have a different perspective on world news. Today, I'm learning about the life and death of MP Jo Cox in much greater depth than I would have otherwise. Thank you for your thoughtful approach to programming, and care for our global concerns and perspective.
A state Assembly task force report suggests urban public schools in Wisconsin need a financial boost to expand a number of programs. Critics of the task force say it isn't doing nearly enough.
Sibling rivalry may offer opportunities for kids to develop #problemsolving skills, according to University of Wisconsin-Extension Family Living Programs' Sue Allen and researcher Dr. Myrna Shure. #RaisingaThinkingChild #criticalthinking The Larry Meiller Show Wisconsin Public Radio
Gov. Scott Walker's office has released a list of five recommended finalists for Wisconsin's pending state Supreme Court vacancy.
Rev. Franklin Graham, a national evangelical leader who is the son of the Rev. Billy Graham, told a crowd of thousands outside the Wisconsin State Capitol Wednesday that they need to elect people who believe in the Bible.
Dr. Zorba gives his take on new research showing the health effects of loneliness:
Gov. Scott Walker's approval rating has dropped in a new Marquette University Law School poll, but his numbers are still above both likely presidential nominees in the minds of Wisconsin voters.
Local veterans services officers and the state Department of Veteran's Affairs have been at odds over reimbursements after changes to the system were made in the state budget.
Raphael Baez was one of the first Mexican immigrants to call Milwaukee home. Trained as a classical musician in Mexico, Baez was recruited to come to the United States by the C.D. Hess Opera Company in the 1880s. He quickly made a name for himself in Wisconsin.
Leaders from Wisconsin towns, cities and counties say the state's current road repair situation is untenable and content that new taxes or fees might be the only way to get transportation infrastructure back on track.
Can anyone help me out? In trying to find a Dangerous Ideas piece that was aired on To the Best of Our Knowledge probably within the last two months. It specifically contained a philosopher or some other professional arguing that it is more ethically acceptable to have never been born.
A legislative task force released a report on Tuesday outlining recommendations to improve community resources, research and awareness of Alzheimer's disease and dementia.