According to the Plover Police Department, an emergency shelter has been set up in the Plover Municipal building. Authorities ask people impacted by flood waters to seek shelter at that
According to an alert from the Portage County Sheriff’s Department, all lanes at the intersection of WIS 54 and US 51 are closed.
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says 40 people have been killed in an attack at mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch.
The Wausau Firefighters Community Assistance Foundation is hosting its 2nd annual chili cook-off. Money raised from the event will go back to those in need, in the Wausau community.
The Housing & Homelessness Coalition, an initiative of the United Way of Marathon County, conducted its biannual Point-in-Time count throughout the city last night.
Amy Beck from the Woodson Art Museum joins Josh Gregory to encourage viewers to visit during the remaining month of the Vasarely exhibition.
On January 22 at around 2:30 AM, Minocqua police responded to a report of a snowmobile crash on South Stone Lake Road.
An African penguin chick hatched at the Racine Zoo on New Year’s Day, zoo officials announced Monday.
Community organizations team up to put on a Dr. Martin Luther King Junior celebration in the Great Hall at the Grand Theater. People for the Power of Love, The Women’s Community, and North Central Area Congregations Organized to Make an Impact (NAOMI) have come together to honor King’s legacy, and start conversations in the community.
A 12-year-old girl died Sunday after a snow fort collapsed on her in Arlington Heights, police said.
District officials are hosting informational meetings about a new referendum for Northland Pines School District to be voted on February 19.
A native tribe is appealing a federal judge’s dismissal of its challenge to a state permit for a zinc and gold mine planned for Michigan’s Upper Peninsula.
January is Stalking Awareness Month, and The Women’s Community INC. in Wausau is using its platform to educate people about what they call a misunderstood topic.