Relatives of the man who fatally shot five people at a suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse are offering their condolences to the victims’ families, saying “we deeply apologize” for the killings.
One in five voters will hit the polls today in Wisconsin for the Spring primary according to the Wisconsin Election Commission.
After a tough 2018, global automakers look set for another bruising year.
Whether you’re a mom or not, most women see a obstetrician-gynecologists, or OB-GYN, for their health and routine care. But it may be getting more difficult.
The Wausau public health and safety committee was scheduled to vote on an exotic animal ordinance Monday night, but delayed the vote once again.
Police are investigating after a group of high school choir girls were recorded in their dressing room at a Show Choir event, according to a search warrant filed by a detective with the Milton Police Department.
First responders were on the scene of a crash involving an Amtrak train and a vehicle Monday evening.
Wisconsin Public Works crews are now taking on 24-hour snow removal.
A 42-year-old Auburndale man has been charged with 2nd degree sexual assault of an unconscious person, according to court records filed Monday.
Barbara Renken, 77, was found dead inside a Pine River home Feb. 14, according to the Lincoln Co. Sheriff’s Department.
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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