Updated: 5:08 PM Two inmates escaped Lincoln Hills School early Saturday morning, after authorities say they overpowered a guard and got through the perimeter fence.
Updated: 8:45 PM If you're a dog owner, you probably spend plenty of money keeping it healthy and happy. Now imagine spending several hundreds of dollars more on grooming and training your dog to the point of perfection. As we found out at the annual Paper Cities Kennel Club Dog Show, it's not all that uncommon.
Updated: 8:43 PM Crashing cars into each other for fun may sound like a pretty violent sport, but it's one of the biggest draws at this year's Lincoln County Fair in Merrill.
Updated: 8:42 PM Severe drought conditions are drying up several bodies of water across the area. That may affect where you can go boating or fishing.
Updated: 8:41 PM Some local soldiers will eventually be on their way overseas; the question is when. That's making life difficult for them and their families, but preparing for that day should be a little easier now.
Updated: 8:38 PM It's an area party with a historical twist.
Updated: 8:39 PM One local fire department and the people it serves are thanking each other with a weekend festival full of fun and food.
Updated: 8:54 PM The man accused of keeping some dangerous materials at his Northwoods cabin will not face any federal charges in Wisconsin.
Updated: 8:52 PM A Merrill man will spend 15 years in prison for selling the drug methamphetamine.
Updated: 8:48 PM Labor Day, 2006 will probably be the busiest ever in Portage County. It's scheduled to host an international waterski competition in a huge new business.
Updated: 8:46 PM Five phony $100 bills were passed at businesses in Mashfield. The Secret Service has been called in to investigate.
Updated: 8:44 PM The Rhinelander School District will sell four elementary schools and the administration building. A move they say was forced by voters rejection of a $12 million referendum earlier this year.
Updated: 6:43 PM An assistive technology workshop with R.J. Cooper presents all the latest computer technology for elderly and developmentally disabled.
Updated: 5:46 PM Believe it or not, shoes are also helping area residents understand how big a risk tobacco poses to our health.
Updated: 12:26 PM One area youth group is putting their foot down Friday (July 22, 2005) with a massive shoe display.
Updated: 8:34 PM Organizers of "Operation Hometown Pride" say donations for U.S. troops fighting overseas are pouring in. They're still taking money and items to delivered next month.
Updated: 8:29 PM Gov. Jim Doyle signed a bill into law that forces local municipalities to sell land to a utility that wants to build a power line. The law was sparked by a disagreement over the line from the Wausau area to Duluth.
Updated: 8:27 PM Authorities say the man found in the Wisconsin River Tuesday (7/19/05) probably drowned.
Updated: 6:22 PM UWSP installs a $100,000 garden on the roof of the Albertson Learning Resources Center, which will both conserve energy and reduce pollution in storm water.