Music filled the air in downtown Wausau.
A Marathon County jail task force is wrapping up its work. Members told Newsline 9 they've found many problems at the jail, but they have ideas to make it a safer place.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) – The man who police say shot and killed a Wisconsin Rapids man in 2008 appeared in court for the first time Wednesday and waived his right to a timely preliminary hearing.
Lose the car, bike to work takes place in Wausau on June 27th.
The nation's leading physicians organization votes to classify obesity as a disease.
NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) – Clark County health officials say recent rains have boosted bacteria at the Snyder Park beach and it is closed for swimming.
SAXON (WAOW) – The Iron County Sheriff's Department says a 42-year-old woman from the Milwaukee area was killed when an all-terrain vehicle she was a passenger on missed a corner and went over a cliff.
ADAMS COUNTY (WAOW) – A former Marine from Adams County who police say fatally shot his girlfriend after being startled in bed pleaded insanity on Wednesday to first-degree reckless homicide.
A Wausau high school is going green.
Despite dozens of tips, a wanted felon from Merrill is still on the run. Now, we're learning more about his possible connection to more than 40 drug sites.
Wausau planning leaders are meeting at 5 p.m. Tuesday to discuss moving the city's new warming center.
New report out on the future of Wisconsin's economy.
It involves interacting with horses, much like a patient interacts with a doctor.
SPENCER (WAOW) - The Clark County Sheriff's Department says an 81-year-old Spencer man died Monday when the car he was driving ran into a freight train at a rural crossing.
ANTIGO (WAOW) -- A Wittenberg man convicted in a drug investigation that led to charges against several central Wisconsin educators was sentenced Tuesday to two years probation which includes six months in jail and 150 hours of community service.
It took 58 days, riding 3,000 miles through 8 states, but Helen Pagenkopf and Brenda Memer can say they've rode their bikes across the country.
When golfers heard about the event organizers say, the sign up sheet filled up fast.
The Stevens Point City Council will now allow city workers with domestic partners to put their significant others on the city health plan.
As the warm weather settles in so do the bugs.
Classes allow students to engineer mouse trap cars, dissect plants, and solve math mysteries.
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