The students at Colby Middle School are learning hands-on how to start their own business, including all the marketing, advertising and sales aspects to it.
Footprints to Health program information.
An investigation is underway near Merrill, where fire crews had to put out a series of suspicious grass fires Monday.
What's Memorial Day Weekend without a parade, right?
Some golfers are teeing off for a good cause. It was the First Annual Community Tee-Off to benefit the United Way of Portage County.
It's a time to honor the people who put their own lives on the line, who fight for our country. Saturday, a ceremony in Wausau helped honor war veterans. For some people this year, Memorial Day is taking on a deeper meaning.
It's an $11.8 billion per year industry, and the ones responsible for it are on their way to our state for the first time this year.
If you're still making plans for your Memorial Day weekend, we have information about where and when some of the events in our area will be held.
The State Patrol says this is usually the second most fatal driving weekend of the year next to the Fourth of July.
It is a difficult situation for some restaurant owners who say they don't know what the city will end up doing.
Nancy Livingston lost 180 of her 280 acres of trees that she planted 50 years ago with her parents. Now she's starting over, and doing it with a smile on her face.
The 7th graders at Horace Mann Middle School in Wausau get their principal on the roof after they read their goal.
The Wat Tham Krabok camp in Thailand is officially closing its doors. The camp has been housing Hmong refugees for the past 30 years
A half dozen young people from the area have great new haircuts, and they probably feel pretty good for another, more important reason as well.
A huge expansion project is now underway at a Forest County casino, and along with a new building will come dozens of new jobs.
Kevin Zarm will find out how much time he'll spend behind bars in September. He was convicted of six counts of arson and other charges for the garage arson spree that hit the Wausau area in 2003.
A Racine man is facing one misdemeanor count. Authorities say he could also be held responsible for the cost of fighting the blaze and the damage to people's homes.
A Menominee County sheriff's deputy is recovering from wounds after being shot.
The preliminary hearing for Marshfield's accused arsonist is scheduled for Thursday (May 26, 2005) morning in Wood County.
Area community members are chipping in Thursday (May 26, 2005) to help clean up thousands of acres of charred land.