Saturday marks the 27th annual 'Stroll for Epilepsy' organized by the Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin, looking to bring awareness and reduce the stigma around the neurological condition.
Saturday marks the 27th annual ‘Stroll for Epilepsy’ organized by the Epilepsy Foundation of Wisconsin, looking to bring awareness and reduce the stigma around the neurological condition.
Northcentral Technical College offers drone training course to help prepare future commercial drone pilots on Thursday.
Wake Up Wisconsin Co-anchor Neena Pacholke welcomed a furry friend into her home Wednesday. She adopted a kitten from the Portage County Humane Society.
All 683 Kwik Trip locations across Minnesota, Iowa, and the Badger state are holding open interviews as the company continues to expand.
On this week’s Garden Goodies segment, Justin Loew went on the road to the Rothschild Garden Club.
Merrill city leaders are set to gather in a pair of meetings considering the elimination of the city administrator position.
Local law enforcement teams up with Dunkin’ Donuts to raise funds for Special Olympics Wisconsin with ‘Cop on a Rooftop’.
‘Disco Cures Cancer’ is returning to central Wisconsin for one final night, to celebrate WIFC’s 50th anniversary.
The work of Charles Schulz is now on display at the New Visions Gallery inside the Marshfield Clinic Health Systems location, with the football-themed ‘Pigskin Peanuts.’
The second annual ‘Throw 4’ cornhole tournament, benefiting the Wausau Firefighters Community Assistance Foundation is Saturday.
An all-inclusive playground in Wausau will formally break ground Wednesday with the goal of enriching social skills, sensory learning, and promoting physical fitness in a safe environment.
An attorney for Quintez Cephus says the University of Wisconsin-Madison is dragging its feet when it comes to readmitting the former Badgers wide receiver after a jury acquitted him in his recent sexual assault trial.
For this week’s segment of Garden Goodies, Justin switched it up and went out to someone else’s garden to take a look at something he doesn’t grow!
A recent study by ‘Annals of Internal Medicine’ says Americans continue to misuse antibiotics without a doctor’s prescription.