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.
A memorial event is happening Friday morning to remember the lives lost in a deadly Ascension Wisconsin Spirit Medical Transport helicopter crash in Hazelhurst.
Spring is in the air and that means gardeners are getting their gardens ready!
Wausau River District receives the Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce’s Small Business of the Year Award in the Charitable Non-profit category.
The Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce awards the 2019 Small Business Award to Luoma Design Solutions in the Business-to-Business category.
It’s a big week for business in Central Wisconsin.
The Wausau Conservatory Music is kicking off its 30th annual Mother’s Day flower fundraiser.
Marathon County(WAOW)— Spring weather in central Wisconsin may finally arrive, but it brings seasonal allergies with it. The late snow could bring an intense and
Whether you prefer the classic, or can’t get enough of the new, it’s no surprise that your car’s technology is more advanced than ever before. But what technology did your grandparents’ vehicles have to deal with the winter?
Wausau and Marathon County Parks, Recreation, and Forestry begins its “Active Family Challenge” starting April 15.
Facing a newly revived wrongful death lawsuit in Connecticut over the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, gun-maker Remington is going to the U.S. Supreme Court to argue it can’t be sued because of a much-debated federal law that shields firearms manufacturers from liability in most cases.