A study by the ‘American Journal of Psychiatry’ claims CBD may help reduce opioid addiction cravings and anxiety.
The community group ‘Wausau Metro Strong’ is teaming up with Marathon County Sheriff’s Department and local businesses to host a workshop to share the importance of being prepared in emergencies.
Milwaukee police officers packed a courtroom Thursday for the sentencing of a man who pleaded guilty to leading police on a chase that ended in the death of 23-year-old Officer Charles Irvine Jr.
First responders risk their lives every day to protect their communities and now they’re calling on the public to help protect them.
A 23-year-old woman was found dead inside a Wisconsin Dells home Thursday evening, according to Wisconsin Dells Police Department.
The 4th annual “Dream Big 2056” is coming to the Garden Hilton Inn Wausau on Saturday. The event welcomes all of Marathon County to celebrate how far the Hmong community has come since the first family arrived in Wausau in 1976.
Timmothy Pitzen case: DNA results could be released Thursday to determine if teen is Aurora boy missing since 2011
Authorities are awaiting the results of a DNA test to determine whether a boy found in Kentucky really is Timmothy Pitzen, the child from Aurora who went missing nearly eight years ago.
Pope Francis on Thursday named Atlanta Archbishop Wilton Gregory as the new archbishop of Washington D.C., choosing a moderate, and the first African-American, to lead the archdiocese that has become the epicenter of the clergy sex abuse crisis in the U.S.
The National Weather Service is asking people to take a selfie in the place you would go if severe weather hits and post it on social media using #SafePlaceSelfie.
On Fridays, Good News Project INC hosts their E-Cycling program allowing community members to get rid of old electronics in an environmentally friendly way.
The Marshfield Police Department is searching for a man who ran from a crash scene Thursday night, according to a post on its Facebook page.
Next Tuesday, Spencer voters will be asked to pass a referendum allowing renovations in a variety of areas in the school district.