Wausau has revisited plans from five years ago to fix up the city's square, and Mayor Tipple has recommended a committee to take up the issue, but the City Council says they need to have more representation from the community.
Many gathered Sunday to celebrate a life lost nearly seven years ago.
Over $100 million worth of aircraft is being featured at the 17th Annual Eagle River Airport Fly-In.
Mother's Day and Father's Day are supposed to be joyous occasions, but for couples who are medically unable to have children, they can be tough to get through. That was the case with one Wausau couple until a family member made them an incredible offer that would allow them to become parents.
The Gus Macker Tournament is a huge event; there are over 800 teams with over 3,000 basketball players, and it takes over 100 volunteers to throw an event this big.
June is Dairy Month, and Saturday thousands showed their support at the 26th Annual Portage June Dairy Fest.
It's the biggest event of its kind, the Renewable Energy and Sustainable Living Fair in Custer this weekend. There you can find lots of unique ways to help make our environment safer and save yourself some more money.
The first of a series of four family events kicked off on the 400 block of Wausau Friday with live music, Hawaiian Dancers, magicians and plenty of food.
Enrollment is increasing for the Stevens Point Area Catholic Schools, and it’s creating some of the largest classes they've had in years.
After Ron Reschke's friend lost a battle to cancer, Reschke decided to walk to not only raise funds for a new cancer research facility, but to help raise awareness for healthy lifestyles.
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It's the largest event of its kind in the country, and this weekend, thousands of people will flock to Custer, all in the name of renewable energy.
It's the first ever property transfer in Wisconsin where six separate projects covering seven communities all fall into one big project.
Some people down in Stevens Point were picking up the beat along with their lunches Thursday.
Neighbor To Neighbor Program
It looks like a bill that'd make you show photo ID when you vote will get another crack at the governor's desk.
Doctors in Wisconsin are getting their claim to fame in the New England Journal of Medicine Thursday (June 16, 2005) on their lifesaving treatment for rabies.
The largest renewable energy event in the entire world will be happening right outside of Stevens Point.
Residents in one local town could soon be dealing with a lot more traffic in their quiet neighborhood, and they're not happy about it.