• By Rich Kremer / Wisconsin Public Radio

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Stout have discovered new bacteria that could play a role in the death of honeybees during winter months.While studying the blood of honeybees, UW-Stout biology professor Jim Burritt and his students came across something unusual. It was a bacterium…

  • By DANIELLE KAEDING / Wisconsin Public Radio

A northern Wisconsin tribe wants a Canadian energy firm to remove its pipeline from tribal reservation lands. The Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has decided not to renew easements on some tracts of land with Enbridge Energy for a segment of pipeline crossing the reservation.Around …

Industry once dominated Ashland's waterfront on Lake Superior's shores. State and federal regulators recently signed off on a method to clean up wood waste and other toxins left behind by companies a century ago.The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Wisconsin Department of Natural Res…

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