Wausau's downtown pedestrian mall will soon be home to more than just pedestrians.
Marathon County prosecutors say Carolyn Wewasson sold drugs to a man who later overdosed on them. She faces a count of first degree reckless homicide.
The Wausau City Council is giving the thumbs up to a plan to bring one way traffic back to 3rd and Washington Streets.
Remembering your doctor’s advice is obviously important, but it's not an easy thing to do if you suffer from Alzheimer’s.
The organizers of the "Kids Are Special Here" Playground at Mead Park apply for a $250,000 grant from the Department of Natural Resources.
A former employee of Lance's Never Inn is facing sentencing for helping to set fire to the Grand Rapids nightclub.
The state appeals court will not revive a Price County widow's lawsuit. It was filed after her husband was killed in a freak accident on a snowmobile trail.
Wisconsin's congressmen have differing opinions about that decision to send Terri Schiavo's case to a federal judge.
The first weekend of March Madness is officially in the books, and what a weekend it's been for the two Wisconsin teams in the tourney. Add to that their success on the court, which has helped local taverns and restaurants bring in lots of dollars.
It's the highest rank they can achieve, and Sunday in Weston, two Boy Scouts from our area received that honor when they were inducted as Eagle Scouts.