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BREAKING: 1 dead, 14 injured in school bus crash on Highway 29 Video included

One person is dead and 14 are injured after a crash involving a school bus on Highway 29, according to our affiliate WBAY-TV out of Green Bay.

Team reacts to lockdown on high school football game Video included

A search for an active shooter in Medford this weekend put the city and a high school football game on lockdown.

Classes begin at UW-Stevens Point Video included

UW-Stevens Point held its first day of classes Tuesday. 

Depression support group begins at UW-Stevens Point Video included

As students at UW-Stevens Point head back to class, a new campus organization is formed. .

Students eat for free at five Wausau elementary schools Video included

There could be some changes in the way your child eats lunch. A federally funded program now allows all students in five Wausau elementary schools to eat for free.

Man involved in shooting remains in jail on pricey cash bond Video included

The man accused of shooting another man outside a Rothschild bar remains in jail. On Tuesday, a Marathon County judge ordered Alex Hammoc, 27, to be held in jail on a $250,000 cash bond.

Students pose is a perfect ten

The first day of school means a first day of school picture. On Tuesday, students at a Wausau charter school took a new spin on the concept.

Daughter incompetent in theft of mom's checks Video included

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A judge has ruled that an elderly daughter may never be competent to stand trial on accusations that she joined other family members in a plot to steal some $170,000 worth of her mother's Social Security checks.

Sept. is National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month

Oneida County health leaders are encouraging a few changes for families to help combat childhood obesity.

UPDATE: Male ATV driver dies in Highway 29 crash Video included

A male ATV driver who tried to cross Highway 29 Monday evening died when he was hit by two cars, according to the Marathon County Sheriff's Department.

Wausau community gathers to celebrate Labor Day Video included

Hundreds of people came together in Wausau, all to celebrate Labor Day.

President promises persistence in minimum wage fight Video included

Updated: Sep 01, 2014 06:26 PM

President Barack Obama spent his Labor Day holiday at Milwaukee's Laborfest event talking about things happening here at home.

UPDATE: Name of Medford shooting suspect released Video included

Shots fired inside a Taylor county home halted a high school football game for hours as students and staff were asked to take shelter.

Rudolph church discovering power of community after fire Video included

Sometimes it takes a tragedy for the best in people to come out.The people of the Moravian Church in Rudolph are seeing that firsthand after their church burned down Tuesday.

Methamphetamine found in Tomahawk home, 1 arrested Video included

A 27-year-old man is in custody after multiple packages of methamphetamine were found in his home in Tomahawk, according to Tomahawk Police officials.

Northwoods summer tourism finishing strong Video included

After a slow start, Minocqua city leaders say they saw a boost in tourism this summer.

Cans stolen from Oneida County fundraiser Video included

A theft is turning into motivation for an Oneida County martial arts group.

Portage County Crime Stoppers: Damage done to the Stevens Point Country Club Video included

On July 13th owners and golfers at the Stevens Point Country Club at 1628 Country Club Dr. in the Township of Hull were shocked to see the amount of damage done to the Stevens Point Country Club by someone in a vehicle.

Despite the wet weather, Potato Fest draws hundreds Video included

Central Wisconsin is bracing for more rain this holiday weekend. But, not everyone is letting the wet weather ruin their fun. Hundreds of people attended Potato Fest in downtown Rhinelander Saturday.

UWSP trades in traditional game day programs for digital ones Video included

The UW-Stevens Point athletic department is going green. Starting this year, the athletic department will trade in traditional game day programs for digital ones.

Moving tips for new college students Video included

Labor Day weekend means boating, barbecuing and relaxing. But, for many it also means moving. Upperclassmen at UW-Stevens Point were taking the long weekend to get settled in. Some of them have a few tips for incoming students.

  • "STAND UP TO CANCER" Airs Friday, September 5th on FOX55!

    "STAND UP TO CANCER" Airs Friday, September 5th!

    JULY 11, 2012 (Los Angeles / New York) – Building on two historic fundraising telecasts in 2008 and 2010, groundbreaking grassroots movement Stand Up To Cancer (SU2C), a program of the Entertainment IndustryMore >>
    "STAND UP TO CANCER" Returns to Primetime for its 3rd Star-Studded Broadcast Friday, Sept. 7! Oscar-Winning Actress GWYNETH PALTROW to executive producer with Emmy Award Winner JOEL GALLEN. LIVE! One-hour Fundraising Event to air commercial-free simultaneously on ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC and CABLE. Watch 7pm on WFXS, FOX55!


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