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This is the in-development Roku channel of Wis.Community. The Roku app is being developed, and we hope that it will go live and appear in the channel store for Roku by late April. 

How did Trump's response to Niger deaths go so wrong?

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump kept silent on the deaths of four American soldiers for nearly two weeks, while finding time to tweet about "fake news" and Republicans' fundraising, attack Puerto Ricans and a Republican senator, among others, and keep up his complaints against protesting professional football players.

Gulf Of Mexico Oil Spill Is Biggest In Seven Years

Authorities are investigating the cause of the biggest oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico since the Deepwater Horizon blowout in 2010. It has poured 330,000 gallons of crude into the waters off Louisiana since last Wednesday.

Senator Vinehout Pleased with Committee Passage of Hemp Bill

“Hemp is an agricultural commodity and should be treated as such in Wisconsin law,” said Senator Kathleen Vinehout (D-Alma) commenting on the recent passage of Senate Bill 119 by the Committee on Agriculture, Small Business and Tourism. Vinehout, as a member of the committee, tried to amend the bill so it would “more properly treat the crop as a commodity under the law.” Vinehout also tried to amend the bill to remove the background check on farmers who apply and receive a license from the De

Free Speech Week at UW-Stout Kicks off with Panel

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Free Speech Panel at UW Stout

The University of Wisconsin Board of Regents last week that requires expulsion of students if they repeatedly disrupted freedom of speech or expression on campus.

New State Motto? Some modest suggestions

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WMC has recently that the state should re-consider our state motto "America's Dairyland" and that our citizens should re-invent ourselves into a newer, hipper persona now that we have Foxconn coming (and obviously lif

Growing Incentives For FoodShare Users At Farmers' Markets

Eau Claire Farmers Market

Throughout the growing season, many Wisconsinites stop by farmers' markets to grab a bite to eat, chat with neighbors and, of course, purchase fresh produce and other foods. But this type of shopping can be cost prohibitive for people who have lower or fixed incomes. Until recent years, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program participants could not apply their benefits, often called food stamps, to fresh produce purchases at farmers' markets. An increasing number of markets around Wisconsin are accepting SNAP, though it remains an incremental process.

Foxconn Site Tour

Foxconn site video

Our Badger Eye correspondent, Dan Wilson, takes you on a tour of the new Foxconn site in Racine County.

My cord-cutting story part 3

Roku Box

More of the continuing tale of cord-cutting. I've gone through quite a few iterations so far of the software and it looks like the behavior of the video recording has stabilized, at least to a large extent.

ADA vs PEG TV in Brown County

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Rules have existed for several years now regarding closed captioning of television, largely enforced through the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act or ADA. The implementation fo closed captioning varies wildly, from the careful captioning you will see on network television shows, to amusingly terrible, as you will see on live television in many cases.

Senate Bill 275 Adds Fuel to the Fire of Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEDATE: October 12, 2017CONTACT: Zach Madden, 608-266-7521(office) 920-627-5773 (cell)Senate Bill 275 Adds Fuel to the Fire of Anti-Immigrant Rhetoric

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