Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack says the federal government is renewing a pact with the dairy industry aimed at decreasing greenhouse gas emissions.
Wisconsin environmental officials are urging people to recycle used electronics rather than toss them in the trash as they complete their spring cleaning.
Wisconsin transportation officials are encouraging commuters to pair up and bike to work during this week.
The Green Bay School District says it has saved millions of dollars over the past decade by conserving energy in its buildings.
Officials say last week's heavy rains caused sewers in the Milwaukee area to spill an estimated 595 million gallons of untreated wastewater to local waterways.
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Broadwind Energy says the work to fill a $35 million order for wind turbine towers will be done at its Manitowoc facility.
The Bad River Band of Lake Superior's leader says the tribe plans to immediately begin raising money for a possible lawsuit challenging Republicans' polarizing mining changes.
Gov. Scott Walker signed Republicans' polarizing mining bill into law Monday, completing a months-long, all-out campaign to jump-start a giant iron mine in far
A Fox Valley hospital is charged up. St. Elizabeth Hospital now offers a free electric vehicle charging station.
Some 22 barrels of military ammunition that were dumped into Lake Superior decades ago have been re-submerged while a local tribe and clean-up workers seek a
The chairman of the Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa promises an "all-out effort" to fight a planned iron ore mine just north of its reservation.
The owner of an Oconto County cheese plant has been fined $40,000 for allowing wastewater to flow into a waterway.
An investor who's trying to develop an iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin also owns a coal mine in Illinois that's accused of doing too little to resolve