Your Daily Dose for November 2

INTERNATIONAL: CNN received a report by South Korea’s National Intelligence that North Korea is preparing for another nuclear missile test. Along with the testing, it is believed that North Korea is modifying their current KN-20 intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) so they are capable of hitting the mainland of the United States. These issues will be discussed during President Trump’s trip to Asia.

STATE: reports that people want to change the slogan on Wisconsin license plates. For over 75 years “America’s Dairyland” has been the slogan. Kurt Bauer, the CEO of Manufacturers and Commerce, says it should be replaced with the state’s logo “Forward.”

LOCAL: As of Sept. 1, the Lyft company in Eau Claire has expanded its service to central Wisconsin, which includes Stevens Point, Plover, Wisconsin Rapids, Wausau, Marshfield and Waupaca.

SPASH: The annual SPASH fall play will take place on November 3 at 7 p.m. and again on November 4 with performances at 2 and 7 p.m.  The show, taking placing in the SPASH auditorium,  will feature multiple one-acts directed by Dena Mercer.