One of four people accused in the beating death of Scott Schader will spend 10 years in prison. Another has just pleaded no contest in the case and is expected to be sentenced in May.
With no arrests made yet, there is a risk that the burglars will strike again, so we talked with the Wausau Police Department on how to help keep your workplace safe.
Local teachers get a lesson on keeping kids safe on the computer.
A new federal law that's supposed to eliminate pollution would actually make it easier for power plants to pump more mercury into Wisconsin's environment.
Point officials say the purchase will expand their product in Minnesota and introduce new brands in Wisconsin.
The DNR says all ice fishing shanties north of Highway 64 have to be off the water by Wednesday (3/16/05). Procrastinators could face fines of up to $208.
A female employee alleges discrimination over insurance paying for her husband's vasectomy, but not her prescription birth control.
A Wausau West High School teacher accused of sexually assaulting a student says he didn't do it.
A local student organization is hoping you'll help them fight hunger in our area.
A local craft fair is helping some area residents nurse a case of spring fever.
Bear hunters from all over the state were gathering right here in North Central Wisconsin this weekend as part of a convention that's been going on for decades.
Sen. Julie Lassa, (D) Stevens Point says a political consultant defamed her by sending out pre-election mailers connecting her a scandal in Madison.
A Wausau City Council Committee is giving the thumbs up to letting traffic return to the downtown pedestrian mall. The full council is expected to vote on the measure March 22.