This winter, south central Wisconsin has seen at least half a dozen snow storms, a historic cold snap, and there’s still a chance for more on the way. In the
The Wausau Police Department is using backpacks to better connect with kids in the community they serve.
Women veterans are being celebrated across the country today.
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
The South Area Fire Department has controlled burns planned to help train firefighters.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — Officials say a Delta Air Lines jet has made an emergency landing in Tennessee after the pilot reported lightning had struck
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced the first flu-related death of a pediatric patient this year.
The Peshtigo Police Department urges drivers to slow down and use caution after an SUV hits an 82-year-old crossing guard on Friday morning.
Aspirus is partnering with a non-profit company to make medication affordable and available to patients.
Arbor Vitae (WAOW) — An Arbor Vitae woman won $88,000 on the Badger 5 drawing Feb. 7.
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- IRS agent charged in leak of Trump attorney records
- “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett has been released from jail after posting bond
- Boston Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo dies at 62
- Ex-Wisconsin man charged in wife’s 40-year-old disappearance
- US Education Secretary DeVos applauds SC school improvement
(ABC NEWS) — With the national debt continuing to grow, a group of citizens have created an online petition in hopes of selling Montana to
A 78-year-old man was arrested Tuesday in Florida in connection with the 1979 cold case death of his wife, Muskego police said.
Google Maps is taking steps to help combat the opioid epidemic.
Gov. Tony Evers announced Thursday that his budget would include $28 million dollars for programs aimed at improving women and child health care.
A new report says Wisconsin’s municipalities rely on property taxes far more than most states.