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Gov. Scott Walker's campaign demanded Friday that Democratic challenger Mary Burke's first campaign television ad be taken off the air, insisting it falsely claims that unemployment went up since Walker took office.
Executive Director Tom Rau says, "You cant help but feel the people that are right on the edge, with the money they bring in and the expenses they have, when we have this kind of cold, they've gotta be paying more to keep their homes warm, and so one of the ways they can save is to come to the pantries."
The Royal Southern Brotherhood, comprised of family members of the Allman Brothers and Neville Brothers bands, will be the headliner for this summer's Big Bull Falls Blues Fest, Wausau Events announced Thursday.
Prosecutors say the incident happened Jan. 31, 2013, when Prince appeared at a Social Security disability benefits hearing in Wausau.
An off-duty trooper with the Wisconsin State Patrol was intoxicated when she used her badge to confront another woman at a Merrill bar and accused her of being too young to drink, according to a criminal complaint.
Crews are still working to repair the latest, located near the 1200 block of Holub Street.
One of four candidates vying for two open D.C. Everest Area School Board seats is asking his supporters to vote for one of his rivals.
The mayor of the northwest Wisconsin city filed a complaint last month, accusing Sonntag of falsifying legal records and pulling over a motorist illegally.
The Wausau School Board will get their first look at a proposed policy on music instruction and performance Monday.
A judge and a special prosecutor have been assigned to an alleged murder for hire case.
Stevens Point Police say a 39-year-old man poured gasoline in his apartment and then intentionally set it on fire and left.
The Wausau Conservatory, along with the Wisconsin River Valley Jazz Society, is pleased to announce the Wausau Area Jazz Festival concert will be taking place on Saturday, March 8 in the Merrill High School auditorium.
The Department of Labor says someone with at least a high school diploma will earn 42 percent more per hour or year than someone without the diploma.
The characters of the Broadway favorite "Guys & Dolls," wager on anything from craps to horses and even love.
What if $70 million in taxpayer money had been spent on public infrastructure but economic development in the area was stalled because of political gridlock? That is exactly the situation we have on Wausau's northwest side.