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.
The chairman of the Oneida Nation is calling on Wisconsin lawmakers to eliminate remaining American Indian high school mascots, protect the environment and aggressively fight chronic wasting disease.
Stevens Point, Wis. (WAOW – WSAU) — The jury trial for Steven Breneman starts this week, according to court records. Breneman is accused of killing
One New York kitty is inviting the world to join him on his weight-loss journey.
A billboard offering support for Milwaukee County’s controversial former sheriff, David Clarke, is turning heads on Milwaukee’s south side. It has many wondering, support for what?
Governor Tony Ever proclaims April 8-12 “Work Zone Awareness Week,” part of a nationwide campaign spreading the message of driving safely in maintenance and construction zones.
A suspected poacher was killed by an elephant in a South African game reserve before his remains were eaten by a pack of lions, according to investigators.
Now that spring is here, it’s construction season again on roads across Wisconsin.
Groups of Wisconsin farmers and community members began a 500-mile journey to Nebraska to deliver aid to local farmers.
Friday is a special day to advocate for kids suffering from child abuse, by wearing blue.
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.