Updated: 1:03 PM The annual Tomahawk ride was down a bit from 2004, but still raised $117,000 for Jerry's Kids. It also pumped $140,000,000 into the local economy.
Updated: 1:02 PM A new plant in Mountain Home is expected to employ up to 250 people.
Posted: 1:01 PM The Lincoln County Sheriff's Department is investigating the discovery of two pipe-bombs.
Updated: 12:38 PM AVAIL is holding its third annual Murder Mystery dinner to raise awareness for domestic abuse.
Updated: 12:47 PM Just six percent of Wisconsinites say their elected officials actually represent their interests.
Updated: 9:07 AM Exotic plants are causing problems at military bases across the country, including in our state.
Updated: 9:05 AM You may have seen him on our sister station WEAU-TV in Eau Claire. Now you'll see him on the ballot for state senator.
Updated: 1:14 PM Schofield fire officials say there are no signs that arson played a role in the massive explosion at American Wood Fibers.
Updated: 12:56 PM A bus carrying dozens of Chippewa Falls High School band students, plus their chaperones and teachers, crashed on I-94 near Osseo Sunday (10/16) morning, killing five people.
Updated: 12:47 PM Most haunted houses are meant to get us into the spooky spirit of Halloween, but one in our area is also helping to teach some tough real-life lessons. We bring you behind the scenes of the "The Nightmare" in Marshfield.
Updated: 9:36 PM Thirty-three-year-old Billy Smith, a husband and father of four, died in the explosion Friday morning at the American Wood Fibers plant, not in the fire as officials first thought.
Updated: 1:30 PM Because of the Schofield fire, Marathon County's hazardous waste collection scheduled for this weekend has been cancelled.
Updated: 1:29 PM No insurance, no problem. No money, that's also not a problem, thanks to volunteers and donations. Thanks to generous volunteers, people who can't afford healthcare were able to get it Saturday.
Updated: 10:24 PM It's on TV, in the movies and has even become a competitive sport. It's ballroom dancing, which is enjoying a big comeback in American pop culture right now. Some dancing schools are reporting a 20 percent boost in people enrolling in classes, and it's not just folks old enough to remember dancing in the 1940s who are tripping the light fantastic.