Along with the hot summer weather comes those pesky mosquitoes and right now they are at the peak of their season.
WASHINGTON, D.C. (WAOW) – A Schofield Jefferson Award honoree is in the nation’s capital. Steve Goetsch and his late wife started Forrest Goetsch Charities– to
Wood Co. (WAOW) — A plover mom accused of tampering with her child’s feeding tube to make it seem like she was sick reaches a
Weston (WAOW) — An 18-year-old Weston man accused of sexually assaulting several people posts bail Monday. Colton Bradberry was charged with sexually assaulting an 8-year-old
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Public schools could release the names of students’ parents and guardians under a bill approved by the state Assembly. The measure
Arpin (WAOW) — The officers have been identified in a fatal shooting in Wood County. Police say Wood County Sheriff’s Deputy Nathan Dean shot and
Oneida Co. (WAOW) — The Wisconsin Supreme Court denied the appeal request for Ashlee Martinson. She was convicted of killing her mom and stepfather in
Kronenwetter (WAOW) — A Stevens Point man was arrested in Kronenwetter for his 7th OWI, according to police. Police say they pulled over 54-year-old Christopher
The city of Stevens Point declared June Pride Month in the city, according to the mayor.
Trump: Acting Defense Secretary Shanahan withdraws his nomination, Army Secretary Esper will be new acting secretary
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says Acting Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan is withdrawing his nomination. Trump tweeted Tuesday that Shanahan had done “a
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The Oneida County Sheriff’s Department has put a focus on internet crime against children this year.
The Wausau Fire Department kicked off their annual Fill the Boot campaign during Concerts on the Square Wednesday evening.
The South Wood Emerging Pantry Shelf(SWEPS) held a drive through food pantry Wednesday afternoon in Wisconsin Rapids.
The Spirit of Wisconsin was brought home to Stevens Point for the first time on Wednesday.
Community officials began planning and fundraising for a proposed splash pad at the Rothschild-Schofield Aquatic Center a year ago.