For the third year in a row, Wisconsin hunters killed more wolves than allowed by law.
Wisconsin's deer season doesn't start for another week and a half, but state wildlife officials remind hunters to play it safe.
The Department of Natural Resources says hunters should treat every firearm like it's loaded and always point the muzzle in a safe direction.
Wisconsin has seen four gun seasons with no deaths since 1972.
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker tells fellow Republicans they have an ``incredible opportunity to lead'' as he heads into his second term. Republicans increased their majority in the state legislature in last week's election.
Wisconsin Republican Governor Scott Walker and Democratic challenger Mary Burke are scheduled to meet for their second and final debate.
Tonight's debate in Milwaukee will be broadcast nationwide.
The one-hour debate begins at 7 p.m. It is being broadcast live on about 100 radio and television stations, including statewide on public television and nationally on C-SPAN.
Walker argues he turned around the state's economy. Burke says Walker failed in his first term and isn't advocating for the middle class.
Wisconsin will recognize hundreds of same-sex marriages that were performed in the state in June.
Originally published on Fri October 10, 2014 4:14 pm
Updated at 7:03 a.m. ET Friday:
After an appeals court put Wisconsin's voter ID law back into effect, the Supreme Court voted to put the law on hold while the justices decide whether to take the case.
Marge Pitrof of Milwaukee's WUWM reports:
A federal appeals court has found Wisconsin's voter photo ID law to be constitutional.
Wisconsin's state elections board asked for nearly $461,000 to pay for a statewide media campaign raising awareness on voter ID requirements.
Wisconsin voters who received, or plan to use, an absentee ballot will need to show photo ID for their ballot to be counted.
The US 7th Circuit Court of Appeals has reinstated the Wisconsin law that requires voters to have photo identification cards.