The Wausau City Council has decided to keep alcohol rules for bartenders as they are.
Students at Pittsville High School came together to construct a shelter in the school's forest Tuesday.
The Weston man accused of running a cockfighting ring is now in the Marathon County Jail, according to a jail official.
NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) – The Clark County Sheriff's Department says some suspects from Neillsville have admitted vandalizing about 40 rural mailboxes during a nighttime spree across four townships.
The 2014 Children's Miracle Network campaign has kicked off.
WAUSAU (WAOW) - A 30-year-old Wausau man was charged Tuesday with fatally shooting another man outside a Wausau bar two months ago.
Many of us want the snow gone, especially after this brutal winter. But, public works crews say it can't go too quickly.
The city of Wausau is one step closer in tackling its stray cat problem. On Tuesday, the Board of Public Works opened the bids from groups willing to take the cats.
AUBURNDALE (WAOW) – About 20 cattle were killed in a fire that destroyed a rural Auburndale milking barn early Tuesday, Auburndale Fire Chief Todd Bores said.
A popular name in the music industry visited UW-Stevens Point Monday.
Some rural central Wisconsin schools have to decide what to do about increasing enrollment.
A group has come to central Wisconsin to bring harmony to the area through art.
A Wisconsin burger chain is expanding to Wausau.
Central Wisconsin got a little taste of Spring today.Warmer temperatures brightened up the day for many in Marshfield.
We are remembering a central Wisconsin woman who captured our hearts.
Workers from Wausau Public Works are busy removing snow and ice build up from catch basins
PHILLIPS (WAOW) – The police chief in Phillips who has been targeted for dismissal by the mayor in a lengthy complaint denies any wrongdoing, his attorney said Monday.
CLARK COUNTY (WAOW) - A former Abbotsford math teacher accused of assaulting two 17-year-old female students appeared before a Clark County judge on new charges Monday and the judge ordered him to no longer use the internet, according to online court records.
WAUSAU (WAOW) - A judge Monday ordered that a 27-year-old man accused of killing and beheading a St. Paul, Minn., man stand trial after ruling he was competent to understand the court proceedings.
A Gleason man threw a bag holding a .38 caliber gun and it fired, hitting him in the leg, according to the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department.
An iconic place in Medford is at risk of closing its doors. Owners of the Broadway Theater are asking the community for help and looking to the power of the Internet to keep things up and running.
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