Boosting Wisconsin’s maritime economy a focus at statewide meeting

Boosting Wisconsin’s maritime economy a focus at statewide meeting

WASHBURN, Wis. (CBS 58) —  An annual gathering of the Wisconsin Commercial Ports Association (WCPA) will take place on Lake Superior at the Harbor View Event Center in Washburn on Thursday, August 5, and Friday, August 6, as representatives work to address transportation connectivity, freshwater tourism, and infrastructure reinvestment in Wisconsin’s ports. The meeting will include…

Nintendo sales surge as COVID-wary homebound turn on videogames

Nintendo sales surge as COVID-wary homebound turn on videogames

Nintendo’s profit multiplied more than sixfold between April and June as people stuck at home during the pandemic turned to playing video games. The Japanese manufacturer of Pokemon and Super Mario games, as well as the Switch console, on Thursday reported earnings of $1 billion (106.4 billion yen) in the fiscal first quarter, up from…

Miley Cyrus rocks crop top, goes makeup-free in Malibu after she rails against cancel culture

Miley Cyrus rocks crop top, goes makeup-free in Malibu after she rails against cancel culture

Miley Cyrus was photographed Thursday wearing a white crop top and white sweatpants after she railed against cancel culture on social media. The 28-year-old musician was out visiting friends in Malibu. The “Hannah Montana” star recently spoke out about cancel culture after rapper DaBaby received backlash over crude and homophobic comments made during a concert….

Megan Rapinoe Gets Second Goal vs. Australia in the Bronze Medal Match

Megan Rapinoe Gets Second Goal vs. Australia in the Bronze Medal Match

If you thought the olimpico was good, Rapinoe’s second goal was better. The chance shouldn’t have been a chance, really. It started with a Christen Press cross that should have been easily handled in the center. But the first Australian defender, Clare Polkinghorne, couldn’t get the job done, and Alanna Kennedy’s second effort was a…

Denver spends far more on homelessness per person than K-12 students, veterans affairs: reports

Denver spends far more on homelessness per person than K-12 students, veterans affairs: reports

The city of Denver spends at least twice as much on homelessness per person as it does on K-12 public school students – and the spending crushes the veterans affairs budget in the state, a new study released Thursday found, according to a report.  For comparison, the city reportedly spends between $41,679 and $104,201 on each…