Updated: 6:11 PM Hurricane Katrina is a destructive, monster storm, but meteorologists also see her as a learning experience.
Updated: 12:48 PM The Wausau Lyric Choir is holding auditions.
Updated: 12:49 PM Marathon County is trying to get young people excited about farming, and it's spending $39,000 to research how to do it.
Updated: 12:52 PM The goal of this week's Drug Endangered Children Conference is to understand how drugs can mess up our kids and families.
Updated: 12:51 PM The school buses will be out before you know it, including in Phillips where there's a very important meeting Monday (August 29, 2005) at the High School auditorium.
Updated: 12:49 PM Be careful driving on one of Wausau's main streets this week.
Updated: 8:24 PM According to a Wisconsin Taxpayer Alliance study, school districts in the state are spending about 21 percent more per year on benefits for former employees.
Updated: 9:43 AM More than 40,000 Hmong and Lao soldiers helped the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency fight against communist forces during the Vietnam War. Hmong veterans from all over the state gathered at Riverside Park in Wausau to remember and honor those who are still living and those who were killed.
Updated: 8:20 PM Hunting season is just around the corner, and some area kids are getting a head start practicing their skills.
Updated: 8:18 PM A local county is having a big problem with an obnoxious weed this year, it's the Purple Loosestrife.
Updated: 8:55 PM Deputy Warden Pamela Wallace will take over for retiring Dan Benik at the medium security men's prison in Stanley.
Updated: 8:48 PM The Wausau area transit system is building a brand new transfer center located right next to the existing facility in downtown Wausau.
Updated: 8:44 PM Almost a year after the Navy pulled the plug on its submarine communication system in North Central Wisconsin, the job of dismantling Project Elf is still a work in progress, and a final plan is not yet set.
Updated: 4:32 PM There is a shortage of a new vaccine that could better prevent college students from getting the rare, but deadly disease known as meningitis.