Wausau (WAOW)- Mail carriers braved the storm in central Wisconsin on Tuesday. Although the Post Office delivers regardless of the weather, they do have a
WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) — Many adults didn’t allow the record breaking snowfall to stop them from having an “adult snow day.” Chatterbox was full of
The S.A.F.E.R. battalion chief says clearing fire hydrants could be life-saving.
Drivers in central Wisconsin said they witnessed many cars getting stuck or fishtailing during the record-breaking snowfall Tuesday.
There are plenty of ways to clear your roof but not many as unique as Duane Leutes’.
Central Wisconsin (WAOW) — Law enforcement agencies around central Wisconsin urging people to stay off the roads. The Marathon Co. Sheriff’s Dept. says in a
With back-to-back storms, all the essential items have been flying off the shelves.
Even with the tough travel conditions, people were still out at grocery stores like Pick N Save on Tuesday to stock up on needs.
The national debt has passed a new milestone, topping $22 trillion for the first time.
Altoona (WAOW) — Altoona Police Department took to Facebook Tuesday to rant about winter drivers. The post has garnered thousands of shares and hundreds of
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A controversy that’s been going on for over a year involving a mobile home park in Schofield is now resolved.
The Wausau Police Department is using backpacks to better connect with kids in the community they serve.
Wausau (WAOW)– Women veterans are being celebrated across the country today. Today is national “Vet Girls Rock Day.” The day is not only for recognizing
The Marathon County Jail is currently overcrowded, but the Sheriff’s Department thinks recently announced criminal justice initiatives will help.
Merrill (WAOW) — The Merrill Community Homeless Shelter, known as ‘The Mac Home’ is set to open Mar. 4. The center can hold up to