Updated: 12/23/2005 - The Christmas magic is alive and well Friday (December 23, 2005) morning, at least in La Crosse.
Updated: 12/23/2005 - A police officer from our state has been killed by a roadside bomb in Iraq.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - We've said Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays. Now it's time for Feliz Navidad!
Updated: 12/22/2005 - It's a gift that will keep anyone warm, and we're not talking about hats and scarves.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - First, Happy Holidays versus Merry Christmas, now whether to refer to dates in your kids' schoolbooks as "Before Christ" or "Before the Common Era."
Updated: 12/22/2005 - Snowmobilers will love this: more trails are opening Thursday (December 22, 2005).
Updated: 12/21/2005 - There's more legal trouble for Booker Stanley, and that means the Badgers could be without their tailback at the Capital One Bowl against Auburn on January 2.
Updated: 12/22/2005 - A group of employees at a major diamond grading institute is accused of taking bribes to give some diamonds better-than-deserved ratings. That has some jewelers and jewelry customers wondering if they paid too much for their sparkler. We spoke with a local jeweler to see what you should be on the lookout for.
Updated: 12/21/2005 - He didn't melt, but Frosty the Snowman is gone just the same. Children at Daisy Mae Daycare just north of Wausau put up the giant inflatable decoration right after Thanksgiving.
Updated: 12/21/2005 - A Wausau man already accused of felony theft and drug violations is now a suspect in the robbery of a local pizza shop.
Updated: 12/21/2005 - For some, the true meaning of Christmas lies in the birth of Jesus. Now you can see the whole Bethlehem scene reenacted.
Updated: 12/21/2005 - A Plover department store is open for business again after a carbon monoxide scare, one that turned out to be a false alarm. Kohl's in Plover says it was not carbon monoxide that made several employees sick. They say an electrical failure with one of their heating units caused the problems.
Updated: 12/20/2005 - If you're looking to save some money on your heating bill, it can't hurt to turn your thermostat down a few degrees.
Updated: 12/20/2005 - People with food allergies know how important it is to read the ingredients on food labels, and starting January 1 it will be much easier to do that.