An eight-year-old Wisconsin Rapids girl is on a mission to help, and it's all for a little boy she's never met.
MILWAUKEE (WAOW) - Ministry Health Care says it is eliminating about 2 percent of its workforce due to declining business and a reduction in Medicare payments because of federal budget cuts forced by the so-called sequestration.
The tornado devastation in Oklahoma is reaching all the way out to some Central Wisconsin schools.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - An 81-year-old father who police say pointed a loaded pistol at his son in a disagreement over money has been charged with felony recklessly endangering safety.
Starting this week, law enforcement officials are cracking down on seatbelt use across the state.
Wood County authorities say a 49-year-old woman from Wisconsin Rapids was injured after her car hit a power pole Sunday afternoon.
An Adams County woman is fighting for her life after authorities say she was attacked in a bar.
An animal that lived at the Marshfield Zoo longer than any other is remembered. Ms. Grizz the grizzly bear died two years ago, but now she will forever be a part of the zoo.
The transition from high school to the real world can be tough.
Finding child care is an in-demand and expensive endeavor in Wisconsin.
The Nekoosa Police Chief says an SUV crashed into a home around 12:30 p.m. Monday.
A 23-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man convicted of fatally shooting his friend more than a year ago following a night of drinking was sentenced to a year in jail Monday.
Students in Wood County had the chance to step out of the classroom today, and be introduced to four different industries in Central Wisconsin.
The Past, Present, and Future exhibit displays students art about Marshfield through various time periods.
Some area students ditched their cars for the day for a different kind of ride.
One Marshfield High School junior got her dream dress with some very special help—from her father.
The sound of a police scanner is something Dave Tessmer hears all day and—if he's awake—all night.
The Marshfield Clinic is treating patients in a new way.
A fire caused by a charcoal grill destroyed a house in Wisconsin Rapids Tuesday afternoon.
Students in the Marshfield area stepped out of the classroom on Tuesday and into a different kind of learning environment.
The Marshfield Clinic has a new executive director for the research foundation. Dr. Robert Steiner is a Milwaukee native. He has medical degrees from UW-Madison.
It has been one month since a four-year-old boy was seriously hurt in a Wausau crash, but his family says his signs of recovery look good.
A family of six was displaced after a house fire in Wisconsin Rapids.
With prom and graduation season are right around the corner, a Marshfield group is trying to make a plea to parents to help prevent underage drinking parties.
Communities nationwide are participating in national Drug Take Back Day, and that includes cities right here in central Wisconsin.
Students in Marshfield got a taste of the Spanish culture today. Teachers say it's a year-long project for children at Columbus Catholic.
The 2013 Miracle Fest fundraiser at Wildwood Park in Marshfield raised an estimated $60,000 for Children's Miracle Network.
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