The 12-year-old black bear weighed 780 pounds.
Experts say it is too early to say whether butterfly numbers will rebound this year from a series of sharp drops.
An EPA review found significant decreases in the levels of PCBs in the upper Sheboygan River and harbor, but sediment and fish tissue levels…
A man is in stable condition after his 11-year-old son mistook him for a turkey, and accidentally shot him.
Both candidates are sticking to general comments about balancing the need to protect natural resources with economic development.
The bear was first seen running around in the area of Shawano Avenue and Locust Street around 6 a.m.
The winner will get a 2015 State Park sticker, trails pass and a two-year subscription to Wisconsin Natural Resources magazine.
Crews will be working on the trail between Marine St. and Lazarre Ave., near St. Francis Park.
The La Crosse area could see vibrant colors this year.
Hunters show off their prize bucks!