Updated: 6:49 PM Bishop Jerome Listecki named to succeed Bishop Raymond Burke who was promoted to Archbishop in St. Louis, MO.
Updated: 7:57 PM Selling alcohol is big business in the week before the new year, but as you stock up for your New Year's bash, store managers say be prepared to have your ID handy no matter what your age is.
Updated: 6:19 PM A suspect is behind bars Tuesday for a murder that was committed more than a year ago, and the man who will be accused of the killing has been behind bars for a number of other serious crimes in the area.
Updated: 6:15 PM For Thailand natives living in central Wisconsin, the tsunami disaster has an even more personal and terrible feeling attached to it.
Updated: 1:18 PM SUV heads wrong way and hits semi.
Updated: 8:12 PM A couple of multi-million dollar referendums are about to go before voters in two area school districts, and a lot of people in those districts are hoping a "yes" vote will help cure two very different problems.
Updated: 9:17 PM Since we've had very few major snowfalls so far this year, some of us may be out of practice when it comes to driving safely on slippery roads.
Updated: 9:15 PM Through the Apprenticeship Program, high school students learn hands-on skills working closely with professionals, but with a budget crunch the people who organize it could have their position eliminated.
Updated: 9:09 PM Do you have any gifts you'll be returning? Plenty of people do, and that's why the stores were so packed on the day after Christmas, but there's another reason for all the long lines.
Updated: 9:10 PM People all over the globe were celebrating Christmas Saturday. For one area family, part of their Christmas involves welcoming foreign exchange students into their holiday traditions.
Updated: 9:12 PM Some generous volunteers helped make this Christmas day a little brighter for people who didn't have family or friends to visit.
Updated: 10:25 PM National sales experts say retailers are relying on last-minute shoppers to help them reach their holiday sales goals.
Updated: 9:06 PM Weather conditions all over the country have proven to be dangerous and deadly for holiday travelers. And that's why local law enforcement officials say you need to be prepared for the worst when driving in these conditions.
Updated: 4:44 PM The DNR has issued permits to the people building the power line from the Wausau area to Duluth, allowing for construction on water and wetlands.
Updated: 4:38 PM Emergency crews have called off the search for 81-year-old Raymond Meyer of Rib Mountain, who is missing and feared to be drowned in the Peshtigo River.
Updated: 8:41 PM Lincoln County couple faces federal charges after meth bust at their Town of Schley home.
Updated: 5:58 PM The powder is fresh and the trails are groomed, good news for Nordic skiers.
Updated: 8:39 PM The Arrowhead-Weston power line is, according to lawmakers and energy officials, power more affordable and more accessible to residents in central Wisconsin. Some say it will also help avoid future blackouts, but others say the power line and others like it are just one more step in the wrong direction.
Updated: 4:40 PM Christmas was taking on a Latin flare Wednesday in one area school.