Posted: 03/30/2006 - Tuition costs are rising again...this time, at the state's technical colleges.
Updated: 03/30/2006 - The Wausau skyline will look very different a year from now. The Dudley Tower will add an 11-story building to the view of the city. But, right now, you've probably noticed that huge crane going up on the downtown waterfront. We sent Alison Struve to climb 250 feet and find out who's behind the controls of the tower crane.
Updated: 03/30/2006 - Authorities say an epileptic seizure caused a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee student from Marathon County to drown in the bathtub at her campus area apartment last month.
Updated: 03/30/2006 - Key Democrats and consumer groups are urging Gov. Doyle to veto a bill that would allow the rent-to-own industry to expand.
Posted: 03/29/2006 - Charities are still trying to collect funds for victims of Hurricane Katrina, and a group of retired teachers is raising money for a very specific cause.
Posted: 03/29/2006 - Nearly 65,000 acres in northeastern Wisconsin will never be developed. The state and two timber companies bought the land from International Paper Company.
Posted: 03/29/2006 - $100,000 in state grant money is headed to Park Falls to help people losing jobs when the Smart Papers paper and pulp mills shut down.
Updated: 03/29/2006 - Authorities say as long as Douglas Uhde is on the run, there's a chance he'll come back to Adams County.
Updated: 03/29/2006 - Two more people are involved in the armed robbery of a Marshfield convenience store called "The Store." It was held up 3/15/06.
Updated: 03/29/2006 - Gov. Doyle is expected to announce a land deal Wednesday (March 29, 2006) described as the largest conservation purchase in state history.
Updated: 03/29/2006 - The New Berlin School District is selling naming rights to pieces of its schools.
Updated: 03/29/2006 - The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling a battery charger sold at area stores.
Updated: 03/29/2006 - A report of what appeared to be a "severed hand" carried home by a pet dog created a sensation in Green Bay until police said it was actually a lion's paw from a local taxidermist's shop.