Charges are now filed against four people accused of running a meth lab in Lincoln County.
Updated: 4:25 PM
Voting is still going on for Marquette University's new nickname. We thought you might like to know what's all on the ballot.
Updated: 1:05 PM
Wausau city leaders are going to rethink this whole smoking ban in restaurants Tuesday (May 24, 2005) night.
Updated: 1:02 PM
New statewide test results show kids from poor families in our state are still lagging behind their peers in core subjects.
Updated: 1:01 PM
It's a well-known landmark for high school football in the Wausau area. Now, Thom Field could start seeing some big improvements in the coming years.
Updated: 1:00 PM
Four people were arrested after officials executed a search warrant at a rural Bloomville home and say they found meth and the chemicals and items used to make the drug.
Updated: 8:04 PM
Marshfield residents watch their roads Saturday as police chase after a fleeing semi-trailer.
Updated: 8:11 PM
The defense ended Monday saying there are too many holes, too much speculation to convict Kevin Zarm of starting a number of fires from 2002 to 2003.
Updated: 8:13 PM
It's construction that incorporates a number of energy saving and renewable resource concepts.
Updated: 2:12 PM
A weekend bike ride turns fatal for one area motorcyclist.
Updated: 12:48 PM
The Edgar School Board will be setting a new date tonight to vote on its district referendum after voting unanimously to float the original July 27 vote.
Updated: 12:47 PM
Voting begins Monday (May 23, 2005) for Marquette University's new nickname.
Updated: 12:46 PM
Closing arguments are expected Monday (May 23, 2005) in Kevin Zarm's arson trial.
Updated: 12:45 PM
A semi truck driver who police say lead them on a wild chase through several area counties had five warrants out for his arrest.
Updated: 8:56 AM
Ready, set, pull a semi in the Fifth Annual Law Enforcement Semi Pull to benefit Special Olympics Sunday.
Updated: 9:15 AM
UW-Stevens Point's Class of 2005 is the first to complete four years of college since the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001. As they prepare for life after college, many graduates say the lessons they've learned after 9/11 will stay with them forever.
Updated: 8:54 AM
A local community is very proud of one of their own.
Updated: 8:57 AM
A new chapter is about to begin for hundreds of graduates from UW-Stevens Point after they took part in the pomp and circumstance known as spring commencement.
Updated: 9:09 AM
Some area fire departments want to be sure they know how to work together when it comes to putting out fires.
Updated: 9:08 PM
A semi truck driver is in custody after a wild morning, leading police through several counties.
Updated: 9:19 PM
Construction on the power line from the Wausau area to Duluth, MN could begin in the summer. A company spokeswoman says that would make the work easier on the environment.
Updated: 9:46 PM
The School Board is asking for a total $300,000 over the spending caps over the next two years. The impact on a $100,000 home would be $51.
Updated: 9:17 PM
A Portage County sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty was honored Friday (5/20/05) during the annual Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony in Madison
Updated: 9:03 PM
In his lawsuit, Stan Hall claimed DNR wardens wrongly attained a search warrant for his property after Chronic Wasting Disease was found in one of his deer.
Updated: 9:05 PM
Finding a vet to care for your seriously injured or sick pet isn't always easy once their office is closed. Now, an emergency clinic for pets is open in our area, bringing relief to pets, their owners and local vets.
Updated: 9:25 PM
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