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This charcoal and ink drawing of a screech owl is called "My name is Hubert and I am not an owl." It is part of the upcoming "Birds in Art" exhibit at the McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture.
Finding child care is an in-demand and expensive endeavor in Wisconsin. "About 75% of children are in some type of out-of-home care situation, so that's a pretty significant number," Kelly Borchardt told A Merrill man stabbed his wife seven times, tried to strangle her and then hid her body in some woods near Medford following a discussion about ... (more)
Deb Piskoty is the clinical director at Wausau Health Services, a program that works with heroin addicts through medication as well as counseling.
From Betty's Ice House to the Grand Opera to the Central Hotel, tales of Wausau's biggest and most destructive fires have been told over and over again.
The family of missing Wausau woman is asking for the public's help searching near the Wisconsin River this weekend.
A group of 80 to 90 activists is planning a workshop this weekend in northern Wisconsin to learn techniques they could use to fight plans for construction of a proposed iron ore mine in northern Wisconsin.
The National Transportation Safety Board has suggested that states change the legal alcohol blood limit from 0.08 to 0.05. Drunk or impaired driving is an ongoing issue in the United States and our area is no different.
At least one member of a citizen's review panel examining the incident of a Marathon County jail inmate attacking two corrections officers said the attack appeared to be coordinated among inmates, who watched and chanted during the assault, reports the Wausau Daily Herald .
Bridge inspections will be taking place next week in Marathon and Waupaca counties, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
It's almost as if somebody left the barn door at the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel open and the horses have wandered out to the field for everyone to see.
The girlfriend of a Wausau man is charged with supplying the heroin that caused his death.
Wisconsin's late winter and series of cold rains through early May has stranded loons that were headed back home to northern ponds this spring, the Wausau Daily Herald reports .
Volunteers with the Walleyes for Tomorrow were watching one cylinder full of nearly 5,000 fish eggs, waiting for them all to hatch.
A neighbor's pit bull caused facial injuries to the child about 5 p.m. Sunday, the Wausau Daily Herald reports.