Andy Gardner, an employee of Wagner's Lanes, is pictured Feb. 10, 2014 in the Eau Claire bowling alley where he rescued a toddler who had been swept Feb. 9 into the pin setting apparatus at the end of a lane. The unidentified boy was uninjured after Gardner hit a switch that stopped the machinery.

Toddler rescued by bowling alley employee

EAU CLAIRE (AP) – A toddler pulled into a ball return machine after wandering down a lane at a Wisconsin bowling alley has been rescued by o…

Ice on the Great Lakes, February 2014

Great Lakes could break ice record

(CNN) – The Great Lakes are set to break records for ice and cold. The video above shows a NASA photo of the lakes. The Great Lakes Environm…