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Climate Change: Extreme Heat

3:36

There have been more deaths in Wisconsin since 1982 from extreme heat than any other natural disaster combined. Temperatures are only expected to go up and the number of days in southern Wisconsin over 90 degrees is projected to double by 2055. The inner city can be one of the areas hardest hit by heat. Elijah Furquan uses a unique art form to express what climate change will mean in Milwaukee.

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Badger Honor Flight

Badger Honor Flight is part of a national effort to take WWII vets to see war memorials

10:05

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Barron Waste to Energy

Barron county believes it's found a solution to high energy prices & waning landfill space

4:16

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Devils Lake

A scenic look at Devil's Lake State Park in Sauk County.

1:43

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Fox River PCB's

In Wisconsin reports on PCB cleanup in the Fox River between De Pere and Green Bay.

6:09

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Express Riders

Elderly moped "gang" of bikers ride their way across the state.

5:32

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Muscoda Metal Man

Ellis Nelson still creates metal sculptures at age 75, but his style has changed over time

5:05

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Dental Care Update

What are state agencies and dentists doing to increase access to dental care in Wis.?

6:21

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Black Hawk

Sauk warrior Black Hawk attempted to reclaim tribal land in Wisconsin in 1832.

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