Justin Hull
Show Information:
Weather Now:
News » State News
All Stories
2015-05-19

Woman injured in Menasha bridge shooting thankful for support

A Neenah woman says she’s grateful for the outpouring of support from the community, in the wake of a mass shooting on Menasha’s Trestle Trail bridge last month that killed three people, including her husband and one of her children.…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Special needs school vouchers being added to Wisconsin budget

Republicans leaders of the Wisconsin legislature’s budget writing committee say they plan to add language that would create a special needs private school voucher program. The proposal, which the panel is expected to vote on late Tuesday night or by…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Central Wisconsin UPS driver awarded for saving lives

James Phillip doesn’t consider himself a hero, though Stevens Point officials argue otherwise. Phillip was recognized with a rare award Monday night. Phillip was leaving the UPS distribution center in Stevens Point April 20th overnight, and that’s when he said…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Piolot program aims to control feral cats in central Wisconsin

Wausau’s public health and safety committee is working on changing the city ordinances to allow for a pilot trap neuter release program for stray and feral cats. Among other things, it would reduce the number of songbirds being killed. Wausau…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Controlling feral cats in central Wisconsin

Wausau’s public health and safety committee is working on changing the city ordinances to allow for a pilot trap neuter release program for stray and feral cats. Among other things, it would reduce the number of songbirds being killed. Wausau…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

OSHA fines Rothschild company for exposing workers to hazardous material

Federal officials have fined a Rothschild metal manufacturing company for exposing workers to a toxic chemical and other safety hazards found during an inspection. The Operational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) is fining Imperial Industries in Rothschild $161,000 for multiple…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Johnson questions need for wiretap changes

As Congress reconsiders how the U.S. gathers intelligence about potential terrorist threats, one federal lawmakers is questioning proposed changes to the government’s wiretap authority. There’s been a push in Washington to overhaul the system following security leaks in 2013 by…

posted 2015/05/19 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

2015-05-18

Wisconsin home sales continued climb in April

Wisconsin’s housing market continued to improve in April. A new report from the Wisconsin Realtors Association shows there was a 17 percent jump in existing home sales in April, compared to the same month in 2014. The group said 6,355…

posted 2015/05/18 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Same-sex weddings helped boost Wisconsin marriage rates

A federal court decision overturning Wisconsin’s gay marriage ban helped provide a boost to the state’s marriage rate in 2014. The state Department of Health Services says nearly 33,000 people got married in Wisconsin last year, up about 2,800 from…

posted 2015/05/18 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Walker touts Wisconsin voucher efforts in New Orleans

Governor Scott Walker says the debate over school choice and private school voucher programs is really one that should be above politics, and that he sees a “moral imperative” in making sure all children have access to a quality education.…

posted 2015/05/18 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

2015-05-17

Wisconsin Democrats want federal WEDC probe

Democrats in the Wisconsin legislature want an outside probe of the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation. They’re calling for a federal investigation, in the wake of a Wisconsin State Journal report that the owner of a Milwaukee construction firm received a…

posted 2015/05/17 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

Annual Click It or Ticket mobilization is under way

State officials stress the importance of seat-belt use, saying it saves lives, plus it’s the law. David Pabst is with the Bureau of Transportation Safety at the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. He said, “We have officers out throughout the state…

posted 2015/05/17 by Wisconsin Radio Network » » News

LATEST BLOGS
I'll open up the Memorial Day Weekend Friday show with a trip down to Indy to talk about the Indy…
posted by Philcast 5 hours ago
Here it is... The Tray Typer KFC is trying these out in Germany and they're a big hit. No one…
posted by Philcast 1 day ago
Pippa Mann, the first-ever British-born female driver to race in the Indy 500 joins me on the show today at…
posted by Philcast 2 days ago