Here are your top local stories for Thursday morning, July 2, 2015.
The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is urging motorists to pay close attention to the roads over this 4th of July weekend. If you plan to be among the thousands of travelers on Wisconsin roads over the next few days you may want to leave ahead of schedule.
New shows are popping up, too.
Copper pipes in the concession stand were broken and the place was flooded with water at Harry Peterson Memorial Field in Beecher. It was a mess left behind after two acts of vandalism in two weeks.
Tensions were high at Bellevue Village Hall, as members of the fire commission, took up allegations of misconduct, leveled against Fire Chief Brad Muller.
Drivers on Highway 41 are averaging roughly the same speeds as they did before the switch.
Lawmakers in Madison say they've now got a plan in place. Clearing the way to finish up work on the state's next budget. Yet while it should pass through the Assembly, the future is uncertain in the Senate.
Its because of an initiative by the Green Bay Metro Fire Department.
July 4th can be terrifying for pets
The 2016 presidential campaign is underway in wisconsin. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will attend a rally in Madison. And Wisconsin Republicans launched a satirical ad ahead of Sanders visit...along Wisconsin highways.