WISCREPORT.COM (05/23/2013) - AAA Travel projects 34.8 million Americans will journey 50 miles or more from home during the Memorial Day holiday weekend. That's a 0.9 percent decrease from the 35.1 million people who traveled last year. The decline is mostly due to a decline in air travel of eight percent, fee fatigue among travelers and a waffling economy. For more on this story, see inside the online pages of WisconsinReport.com, informing internet readers since 2001.
WISCREPORT.COM (05/10/2013) - Mother's Day kicks off the 14th annual National Women's Health Week (May 12 18), which includes National Women's Checkup Day (May 13). This national week-long observance promotes healthy eating, regular activity, mental health, and encourages women to schedule preventive screenings and checkups with healthcare professionals. For more, see inside WisconsinReport.com, informing internet readers since 2001.
WISCREPORT.COM (04/21/2013) - The Boston Marathon bombing and other disasters are more reasons to be thankful for the American Red Cross. Red Cross volunteers are providing shelter, food, water and comfort to people affected by the Texas explosion, severe flooding in the Midwest and the Boston bombing. For more, see inside the online pages of WisconsinReport.com, informing internet readers since 2001.
Though it was supposed to only take a few days, the jury trial over a Loganville dairy producer's decision to sell raw milk directly from his bulk tank to consumers, despite being told not to by state health officials, will apparently continue after the Memorial Day weekend.
Nick Perry's rookie season wasn't a total injury washout, but the Green Bay Packers still can't say he's successfully made the transition from a college defensive end to a 3-4 outside linebacker in the NFL.