Almost every county in Wisconsin now reports nesting bald eagles. We talk with an expert about the eagle’s comeback in the state. We also break down two reports on drinking water quality in Wisconsin. Plus, we’ll talk about Iran’s statement accepting blame for shooting down a passenger airliner.
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Iran Admits To Shooting Down Ukrainian Passenger Plane
On Saturday Iran admitted to shooting down a passenger airliner that killed nearly 180 civilians on board. We look at the fallout and get analysis of the latest developments in the country.
Bald Eagle Numbers Show Promise For Much of the State
Lots of good news for the bald eagle in Wisconsin, including 71 of Wisconsin’s 72 counties reporting nests. We talk with a research scientist with the DNR for the full report.
Breaking Down Two State Reports On Water Quality
Lawmakers and Governor Evers are out with two new reports looking at water quality in Wisconsin. We look at the findings of both, and talk about what comes next.
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