Sponsors of Wausau's Polar Plunge dive in a day early to test the waters for the brave souls taking the plunge Saturday morning.
Authorities say Cambria Mares of the Minocqua, Arbor Vitae, Woodruff Area Chamber of Commerce stole $13,000 from the World Musky Hunt event.
Prosecutors say Lloyd Lundberg of Rhinelander sexually assaulted a four-year-old girl with autism.
A company spokeswoman says only a few Point jobs were lost in the company cutback., but workers tell a local newspaper it's closer to a dozen.
He's witnessed some major milestones while serving in Iraq. Now, a local soldier is sharing some of those experiences with area middle school students.
In our final edition of Mythbusters we look into whether knuckle cracking causes arthritis, if you should wait an hour after you've eaten to go swimming, and if swallowed gum takes seven years to digest in your system.
It's called Texas Hold Em and it can be an innocent game of poker. But only if money isn't involved.
Many people believe that four-year-old kindergartens stimulate children to learn better in school.
Having an interpreter to help customers who don't speak English would obviously be a big help for the customer.
In this edition of Mythbusters we explore whether sitting too close to the TV is bad for your eyes, if it really will stay that way if you make a face too long and if listening to music too loud will make you go deaf.
A judge says there is enough evidence for Rebecca Ramm to face a jury. She's accused of shooting her husband and hiding his body in their home for months.
It took years of effort, but Wisconsin Sen. Kerb Kohl says it was worth it. His journey to limit class action lawsuits has reached its conclusion.
The School Board approves the deal, but only if the whole $650,000 cost is raised privately and no taxpayer dollars are used.
It's a complex and puzzling disorder affecting thousands of Americans. Now, a national agency is kicking off a campaign to educate people about the signs of autism.
Perry Stone entered the not guilty plea in court Monday. He's accused of breaking his two-month-old daughter's arm, leg and rib.
Wisconsin Rapids based Northland Cranberries is selling its juice brands to a New York company. More then 30 people will lose their jobs as a result.
Lincoln County is the latest to open trails after the big snowfall over the weekend.
A former Auburndale teacher is pleading not guilty to sexual assault charges in a case that goes back to 1992.
A state railroad company is making way for safety, clearing out scenic evergreens in a north side Wausau neighborhood, but some residents aren't ready to see those trees uprooted.