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A Medford man arrested for driving under the influence.

Wisconsin State Patrol Wausau Post  have arrested 21-year old Nicholas J. Cooper from Medford for driving a motor vehicle under the influence with a child under the age of 16,according to a press release.


Dozens gather to pay tribute to women in science Video included

In honor of Women's History Month, the Colossal Fossil museum in the Wausau Center Mall celebrated female scientists. 


Hundreds gather for the inaugural Run to Remember

More than 600 runners and supporters gathered for the inaugural 'Run to Remember' event Saturday.


Cheese, brats and chocolate on the line in Marathon basketball wager Video included

A friendly wager is brewing as two high school teams go head to head at the state basketball tournament.


Missing man's body recovered from East River in Green Bay Video included

The Brown County Medical Examiner's Office has officially identified the man pulled from the East River in Green Bay as Ryan Riebe.


Wisconsin plans to upgrade 911 services Video included

A recent state budget has put aside 6.7 million dollars to upgrade 911 services to the digital age.


Early voting: How to cast your ballot before Election Day Video included

Early voting is underway across the state, and you can already get going on filling our your ballot.


Crandon superintendent placed on leave; reason unknown Video included

CRANDON (WAOW) -The Crandon School Board has voted to suspend Superintendent Doug Kryder with pay as it investigates some undisclosed allegations, authorities said Friday. 


The Children's Place closing in Wausau Center Mall Video included

The Children's Place, which sells children's and baby clothes, is closing in the Wausau Center Mall.


Longtime member of Wausau Police/Fire Commission stepping down Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A broadcast executive who served more than 25 years on the Wausau Police and Fire Commission is stepping down. 


Wausau fire department hosts chili cook off on Sunday Video included

Firefighters and community members will go up against each other for a tasty competition on Sunday. 


Democratic gubernatorial candidate forum to be held in Wausau

A public forum with the 2018 Democratic gubernatorial candidates will be held in Wausau, according to a news release from Citizen Action of Wisconsin. 


UPDATE: Threat made to Portage Co. school written on bathroom wall Video included

Schools in Amherst are on high alert after a threat was made, according to an email from the Tomorrow River School District. 


Inaugural run aims to build memorial for March 22 victims Video included

A brand new run will hit the streets of Weston Saturday to honor the four victims of the March 22 shooting.


WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH: Wis. Rapids woman takes charge in male dominated industry Video included

To begin this three-part series, we stop in Wisconsin Rapids at Tri-City Refrigeration, Heating & Air Conditioning where Andrea Jensen is in charge. 


US Air Force Band of Mid-America comes to Wausau Video included

Classic jazz, big band, swing and Latin tunes filled the Grand Theater Thursday evening.


Local lawmakers react to school safety proposal Video included

Central Wisconsin lawmakers are weighing in after Governor Scott Walker announced school safety legislation proposals.


Supreme Court candidate campaigns in Wausau Video included

Milwaukee County judge Rebecca Dallet made a stop in Wausau Thursday. She's running against Sauk County judge Michael Screnock, in next month's general election.


Wisconsin to bring back elk hunt after more than 100 years Video included

After more than 22 years of introducing and reproducing elks into Wisconsin, the Department of Natural Resources will be hosting its first elk hunt in the fall of 2018.


Clearing up confusion: Where are we with Lincoln Hills? Video included

Questions sparked about the future of the Lincoln Hills youth prison in Irma following conflicting announcements about the FBI's investigation into the facility.  


Wausau PD warns of suspicious men luring children

The Wausau Police Department is warning parents about suspicious men seen on the northeast side of the city trying to lure children toward a car, according to a Facebook post.


New insanity trial for man sent to prison for killing ex-girlfriend's mom

WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - A 20-year-old man sentenced to 15 years in prison for killing his ex-girlfriend's mother gets a new trial on whether he was insane at the time of the shooting, according to online Wood County court records. 


Auto repair shop stands out in the community with a woman mechanic Video included

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics only two percent of car mechanics in the U.S. are women, and one is from Marathon County.


UPDATE: Missing Wausau man found safe

The Wausau Police Department is looking for a possible missing person.


UPDATE: Wausau man found dead in home after hours long police presence Video included

A 35-year-old Wausau man was found dead inside a home on the city's northeast side Wednesday evening.


2 people hurt in Waupaca Co. crash

A Manawa woman is hurt after a two-vehicle crash in the town of Union, Wednesday afternoon.


D.C. Everest asks kids to stay inside for walkout after 'unsubstantiated' threat Video included

D.C. Everest School District leaders are asking students to stay inside as part of a nationwide student walkout after threats were reported Wednesday morning, according to an email from Superintendent Kristine Gilmore.


Marshfield students participate in nationwide walkout on gun violence Video included

About 50 students at Marshfield Senior High School walked out of class at 10 a.m., joining their peers nationwide, in response to the school shooting in Parkland, Fla.


UPDATE: Scene cleared after "suspicious package" found on Wausau's 400 Block Video included

The scene near the 400 Block in downtown Wausau is clear after a report of a "suspicious package," according to the Wausau Police Department.


UPDATE: Heroin overdose killed woman, 30, in Adams Co. home Video included

GRAND MARSH (WAOW) - A 30-year-old Oshkosh woman died of a heroin overdose at a rural Grand Marsh home, Adams County Sheriff Sam Wollin said Wednesday.


Local S.T.E.M mobile lab encourages kids to get involved in science Video included

The S.T.E.M Scouts in Weston has a bus filled with technology to help boys and girls of all ages get involved in S.T.E.M programs.


Stevens Point teen convicted for 2015 party sex assault

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A Stevens Point teenager accused of having sex with a girl who passed out at a house party more than two years ago pleaded no contest Wednesday to one felony, according to online Portage County court records. 


Lamb of God performance preparations underway Video included

A huge local production is getting ready for upcoming Easter concerts.


Aaron Rodgers releases Instagram statement about Jordy Nelson's departure

Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers released a statement on Instagram Tuesday night about the release of wide receiver and friend Jordy Nelson.


Celebrating Pi Day with pie Video included

March 14 is a day to practice math and science thanks to the number 3.14.


Ownership change involving company developing Wausau riverfront

WAUSAU (WAOW) - The ownership of the company looking to develop condos, apartments and retail space along the riverfront near downtown Wausau has changed following concerns about the founder of the company.


Dozens speak out about UWSP proposed cuts Video included

Concerns continue to mount over proposed cuts to several programs at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.


Politicians talk gun control as one month since Florida school shooting approaches Video included

As students plan to walkout of schools Wednesday in response to their stand on gun control, local politicians weighed in Tuesday on the nationwide debate. 


Scholarship created in honor of shooting rampage victim Video included

The husband of a Marathon County shooting victim hopes his wife's legacy can inspire high school students. 


Stop at fast food drive-thru gets Wausau man arrested for OWI Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - An early morning stop at a fast food drive through got a 32-year-old Wausau man arrested for drunken driving. 


UW-Stevens Point to hold town hall meeting with state lawmakers

After UW-Stevens Point announced a proposal to cut several school programs, students will meet with state lawmakers to express their concerns Tuesday night.


Police: Couple sells more than 300 cows illegally Video included

A couple from Clintonville is facing more than 20 years in jail for illegally selling cows.


One woman dead, 3 children uninjured in Waupaca Co. crash Video included

A woman may have had a medical emergency leading to a deadly crash Monday afternoon, according to the Waupaca County Sheriff's Department.


Wisconsin doctors react as opioid drug overdoses increase Video included

Emergency room visits due to opioid overdoses are on-the-rise in the United States, and Wisconsin has seen the largest increase of all, according to the Centers for Disease Control.


Person of interest in Wausau murder case pleads not guilty on felony domestic charges Video included

A man, considered a person of interest in a Wausau homicide has pleaded not guilty to two felony domestic charges.


Area schools to join national walkout after Florida school shooting Video included

Students in central Wisconsin plan to take part in a national school walkout on Wednesday to honor the victims of the Parkland, Fla., shooting. 


UPDATE: Curiosity surrounding object over Central Wisconsin

Curiosity continues over something in the sky over central Wisconsin this weekend. 


Girl, 17, arrested in Tomahawk stabbing Video included

A 17-year-old girl is behind bars after stabbing a victim multiple times in the leg and arm, according to the Tomahawk Police Department. 


Close to $40,000 raised at Bowl for Kids Sake Video included

Close to $40,000 was raised this year at Bowl for Kids Sake in Weston!


A closer look at the bright spot in the sky Saturday afternoon Video included

Late Saturday afternoon, you may have noticed something in the sky in central Wisconsin that looked similar to a balloon or maybe a planet.


Denmark Boy Scout troop celebrates achievement of Eagle Scout Video included

The Boy Scouts of Denmark Troop 1052 came together on Saturday to celebrate the accomplishments of one of its members.


World War II combat hero "Maggie" celebrates 101st birthday in Fond du Lac

The Fond du Lac community helped celebrate the 101st birthday of a hometown hero on Saturday at American Legion Post 75.


Wisconsin Rapids mom speaks out after husband's deportation Video included

Katrina Jabbi is left devastated after her husband, Buba Jabi was detained and deported back to Gambia just last week.


Nature enthusiasts attend 8th annual Central Wisconsin RV & Camping show Video included

Hundreds of outdoor and nature enthusiasts gathered at the eighth annual Central Wisconsin RV and Camping show.


Local residents bowled for Big Brothers & Big Sister's Video included

Many members of the 'Big Brother and Big Sisters' of North Central Wisconsin gathered for their biggest event of the year on Saturday. 


Sources: Man who died in explosion had extensive knowledge of chemicals

The man who died in Monday's apartment blast in Beaver Dam had extensive knowledge of chemicals, sources told our Milwaukee sister station WISN-TV, which is not naming him because law enforcement officials have not confirmed his identity yet.


Eau Claire couple celebrates 10th kidney "transplant-iversary" Video included

March is National Kidney Month and an Eau Claire couple is celebrating a very special anniversary this year; their tenth kidney transplant-iversary.


Deputy honored for life saving actions Video included

Gold Cross Ambulance honors a Calumet County Sheriff's Deputy for his life-saving actions.


Two fleeing police captured after breaking into Kronenwetter home Video included

KRONENWETTER (WAOW) - A man and woman fleeing police broke into a Kronenwetter home while people living there slept and, with the help of a K-9, the suspects were arrested without incident, Kronenwetter Police Chief Terry McHugh said Friday. 


Tucker the therapy dog helps Rosholt students Video included

Tucker the therapy dog makes his way through the halls of Rosholt Elementary and Middle schools. 


SPASH student faces disorderly conduct charges following threat Video included

Police are investigating an incident involving a Stevens Point Area Senior High student who made a gun threat at school.


Stuff-A-Truck event held in Wausau Video included

Trig's hosted its eighth annual Stuff-A-Truck food drive in Wausau Friday


Antigo native cheesemaker lands top 20 at world cheese competition Video included

An Antigo native and cheesemaker is a finalist in the World Championship Cheese Contest, according to the Wisconsin Foundation and Alumni Association.


Ex-Wausau East tech director pleads not guilty in student sex assault Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - The former director of Wausau East High School's audio/video tech crew pleaded not guilty Friday to having sexual contact with a teenage girl in the school, according to online Marathon County court records.


Study: Does Wisconsin have a drinking problem?

A recent study done by 24/7 Wall Street ranked Wisconsin the second-drunkest state in America, only behind North Dakota.


Father pleads not guilty to reckless homicide in son's diabetes death

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A 49-year-old father accused of failing to properly manage and treat his son's diabetes, leading to his death, pleaded not guilty Friday, and a judge reduced his bail for being freed from jail, according to online Marathon County court records. 


North Central Wisconsin gun shop owner speaks out about support for NRA Video included

After the Parkland, Florida school shooting, a number of national businesses have dropped or cut back support for the National Rifle Association.


Crandon girls basketball team makes history Video included

The community rallied behind the Crandon girls basketball team as they headed to state for the first time in school history Thursday evening.


Cranberry farmers concerned about E.U. tariff retaliation Video included

With the European Union vowing to tax popular U.S. exports in response to President Trump's tariff order, Wisconsin cranberry growers are worried about becoming collateral damage. 


Free clinic would help those without health insurance in Wausau Video included

A Wausau doctor came up with the idea to bring a free clinic to the basement of a local church to help the people without health insurance. 


Wisconsin Rapids father pleads not guilty in toddler son's death Video included

WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - A Wisconsin Rapids father pleaded not guilty Thursday to accusations that he killed his toddler son about a year ago, according to online Wood County court records. 


DA: Pearson woman provided heroin that killed man in Crandon

A 30-year-old Pearson woman provided heroin that killed a 32-year-old Forest County man in late January, according to a criminal complaint filed Thursday. 


Woodchucks making equipment donation to local youth team Video included

To celebrate 25 seasons of the Wisconsin Woodchucks, the organization is donating thousands of dollars of equipment.


Violent sex offender placement pulled from Portage Co. home Video included

A violent sex offender will no longer be placed in a rural Portage County home.


Respectful language campaign launches at D.C. Everest schools Video included

A video on respectful language was presented in every classroom in the D.C. Everest school district Wednesday. 


A northwoods school considers metal detectors to increase safety Video included

In wake of many school threats nationwide, a Northwoods school is pushing for tighter security.  


Safer front entrances included in D.C. Everest referendum Video included

As school safety continues to circulate headlines, security is a big component of an upcoming school referendum. 


Shankland to hold Town Hall on UWSP cuts Video included

As frustration continues over program cuts at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Rep. Katrina Shankland, D-Stevens Point, announced plans to co-host a town hall with student government. 


Man wants charges thrown out in arrest following Wausau man's death Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - A Niagara man arrested after the 77-year-old father of his girlfriend was found dead in a garage in Wausau wants a judge to throw out two felony charges, according to a document filed Wednesday. 


Antigo mother sentenced to 2 years in prison for fleeing with her kids Video included

ANTIGO (WAOW) - An Antigo mother accused of interfering with the custody of her children and fleeing to South Dakota for weeks was sentenced to two years in prison Wednesday, according to online Langlade County court records. 


Central Wis. couple now face federal charges in big pot bust Video included

A Tomahawk man and a Wausau woman arrested following police chases that led to the seizure of nearly 300 pounds of marijuana and some guns now face federal drug charges, U.S. Attorney Scott Blader said Wednesday.


Marathon County reopening some of its snowmobile trails

Marathon County is reopening some of its snowmobile trails, starting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Motorized Recreation Administrator Jon Daniels said.


Merrill fire chief resigns

The Merrill fire chief is resigning, according to administrator Dave Johnson.


Homeless shelter to reopen in Marshfield

A homeless shelter that closed amid a sexual assault investigation is reopening under new management, authorities said Wednesday. 


Masked gunman robs Village Pump in Mattoon; flees with cash

A masked gunman robbed the Village Pump and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash, Shawano County Sheriff Adam Bieber said Wednesday. 


Stevens Point police fundraising for new drug dogs Video included

Stevens Point police officers and community member are coming together to raise money to add new furry members to the team.


Concerns continue over Wausau riverfront developer Video included

Concerns continue over a developer involved in the Wausau riverfront project.


Merrill brewery honors local fallen soldier Video included

Dozens packed the Sawmill Brewing Company in Merrill Tuesday evening to honor a fallen soldier.


UPDATE: Student to blame for threatening note at Wausau middle school Video included

A student is being held responsible after a threatening note was found Tuesday at a Wausau middle school, according to the Wausau Police Department.


Survey: Wisconsin ranked 5th best state for women Video included

A popular website has dubbed Wisconsin as a female-friendly state.


Police: Several options for school threat punishments Video included

As school threats continue throughout the country, Wausau police said these threats are never taken lightly. 


Wausau Aspirus Hospital tops US hospital list for performance Video included

A Wausau hospital has been named one of the United States' top 100 hospitals along with three others in Wisconsin, according to a new study.


Third annual 'House of blooms' brings early spring to Wausau Video included

The third annual 'House of Blooms' springs into Wausau Tuesday. 


DA: Wausau man tried to break support beam in parents' basement

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A 27-year-old man was arrested for trying to chop down a support beam in his parents' basement, according to the Wausau Police Department. 


Sex offender controversy moves from Northwoods to Portage Co. Video included

The state is asking the Portage County Sheriff to investigate placing a second violent sex offender in a home, after a judge ruled one of them could not move into a Northwoods community.


Police: Marshfield bus driver accused of sexual assault still contacting kids Video included

A 53-year-old Marshfield bus driver, who was ordered to stop speaking to children after throwing an underage drinking party, is still contacting teenagers in the area. 


Highway 29 reopens; semi towed

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It's a snow day for people across Wisconsin.


Students, staff react to proposed cuts at UWSP Video included

As top officials at UW-Stevens Point announces plans to potentially cut 13 school programs, students in those majors expressed frustration.


Gander Outdoors opens in Rothschild Video included

After months of anticipation and rumors, Gander Outdoors officially opened its doors Monday in Rothschild.


110 workers at Rothschild Foremost Farms plant being laid off Video included

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ROTHSCHILD (WAOW) - Foremost Farms USA said Monday it was selling its Rothschild plant, a move that will lead to 110 workers being permanently laid off. 


Four men charged in death of Lac Du Flambeau man appeared in court Video included

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Four men charged in the death of Wayne Valliere Jr. appeared in the Iron County courthouse Monday. 


Rhinelander woman accused in murder-for-hire plot pleads not guilty Video included

RHINELANDER (WAOW) - A 27-year-old Rhinelander woman accused of trying to hire a hit man to kill her husband so she could collect his life insurance benefits pleaded not guilty Monday, according to online Oneida County court records. 


UWSP cuts 13 programs while expanding 16 others Video included

The University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point plans to cut 13 programs including English, History and some languages, while adding or expanding 16 others as a way to address a $4.5 million deficit.


D.C. Everest shines at national dance competition Video included

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The D.C. Everest varsity dance team earned the title of National Kick Champions over the weekend in Orlando, Fla. according to D.C. Everest dance coach Renee Buchholz.


Ex-Stevens Point potato broker pleads not guilty to theft

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A former Stevens Point potato broker accused of stealing more than $700,000 from growers and truckers who provided him goods and services but were never paid for them pleaded not guilty Monday, according to online Portage County court records.


Marshfield man, 42, pleads not guilty in child sex sting Video included

WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - A 42-year-old Marshfield man pleaded not guilty Monday to 11 felonies in responding to a Craigslist ad posted by an undercover officer attempting to catch child sex predators, according to online Wood County court records. 


Truck pulled from the bay in Oconto

A truck went through the ice on Green Bay at the end of the break wall sometime Sunday morning in Oconto.


Things you need to know about drones

We've all seen them in the sky, floating effortlessly overhead, providing video in places, only helicopters and airplanes could capture. But like driving, there are rules of the road. 


Wausau Breweries weigh in on aluminum tariff Video included

In an attempt to protect steel and aluminum industries in America, President Trump has set a tariff to raise prices on aluminum and steel.  


Avid high school bowlers took part in Wisconsin state championship Video included

High School bowlers from all over Wisconsin took part in the state finals this weekend. 


Wausau event honors avid cyclist, raises money for community Video included

Dozens of people hopped on bikes in Wausau to help the community. 


January 2018 Jefferson Award: Forrest Goetsch Charities

SCHOFIELD (WAOW) - A  rare heart  condition caused 14-year old Forrest Goetsch to collapse and die during a cross-country practice on the track at  D.C. Everest Junior High School in 2009.


Dec. 2017 Jefferson Award Winner: Tiffani Kruger Video included

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A Stevens Point woman finds clothing for children who come from needy families, feeds the hungry and provides shelter to the homeless.   


SPECIAL REPORT: Where's the Meat? Fourth of July cookout edition

Join us Thursday, June 29th on Newsline 9 at 10 to see the best cuts of beef, pork, and chicken that will make your grill and guests happy during this year's holiday cookout.

BAND BATTLE: Merrill High School band shows off on Wake Up

Sound the horns! Merrill High School kicked off our Band Battle on Wake Up Wisconsin!


Wausau restaurant holds fundraiser for shooting victims

A Wausau restaurant held a fundraiser on Saturday to support the families who lost loved ones during the Mar. 22 shooting rampage in the greater Wausau area.  


March 2017 Jefferson Award Winner: David Droste of Marshfield

NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) - A Marshfield business owner who volunteers and raises thousands of dollars for The Highground Veterans Memorial is honored with the Jefferson Award for March.


Wake Up Wisconsin: Warm winter gear collected for children

People in Wausau stopped by Trig's on 17th Avenue Wednesday morning to donate coats, hats, gloves and other winter gear.


Nov. 2016 Jefferson Award Winner: Marcia McDonald

STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - A Stevens Point woman found her passion early in life by volunteering at a nursing home.


VIDEO: Brother saves baby falling from changing table

A 9-year-old brother is a hero after a baby falls off a changing table.


Sports Express AM: Edgar

Sports Express AM kicked of Friday morning with a raucous time in Edgar! High school and middle school students filled the gym with games, music and some school spirit.


June 2016 Jefferson Award Winner: Evelyn Baumann Video included

WAUSAU (WAOW) - Evelyn Baumann of Wausau has volunteered thousands of hours in knitting prayer shawls for the dying and sick.


Small business week wraps up in Wausau

Friday was the end of a week of celebrating small business in Wausau.  More>>

Historic valuables salvaged in Wood County church fire

Thanks to the quick thinking of a few firefighters, a small community has salvaged some historic items after a church fire. More>>

The snowmelt contest has come to a close

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The last vestiges of the longest, coldest, and snowiest winter in over 100 years are finally melting away. It took until early June for all of the ice to melt off of Lake Superior and it will take until late June or early July for all of the snow to melt off of Rib Mountain. A couple of substantial piles of snow remain hidden within the slopes of the Granite Peak Ski area. For all of those who entered the Rib Mountain snowmelt contest, it is only a matters of days now. Will it last into July?... More>>

Town of Maine barn collapse just one of many

Farmers across central Wisconsin are reporting damaged roofs due to the brutal winter. Several farmers Newsline 9 spoke with said this is the worst winter they can remember in a long time. A barn collapse in the Town of Maine Thursday night was just the latest in a series of them.  More>>

Officials search for source of gas smell in Town of Merrill

People along County Highway K in the town of Merrill knew something wasn't right Tuesday night. More>>

One person hurt in Wausau crash

Wausau police say a car ran a stop sign, sending one person to the hospital. More>>

Black ice to form after melted snow on roads

The Marathon County Sheriff's Department is continuing to warn drivers about icy roads, even when snow is now melting. More>>

Dog Stomp in Marathon Park

Leftover snow brought out dogs and their owners to Marathon Park for its Dog Stomp.  More>>

Warm weather brings large crowds to ski areas

Skiers and snowboarders filled the slopes at Granite Peak and Nine Mile. More>>

Clark County home lost in Christmas morning fire

A Township of Hoard home was lost in an early Christmas morning fire, according to Clark County Dispatch. More>>

Granite Peak attracts national travels ahead of Christmas

It's a busy time of year at Granite Peak. Officials there say skiers and snowboarders arrived this weekend from across the country. "A lot of families coming in from all over the state, as well as Chicago and Minneapolis, all of our wonderful neighboring states and cities," said Chris Pingel, the snow sports education director at Granite Peak. Pingel said they expected about 3,000 visitors per day this weekend. They expect about 2,000 visitors on other weekends. Many are families on a pre-h... More>>

Health care experts at Wausau conference say insurance costs likely to go up

A health care reform conference about changes coming to our health care system produced some sobering news about insurance premiums. More>>

Vilas Co. crash kills driver

According to the Lac du Flambeau Tribal Police Department, a car rolled over in the township of Lac du Flambeau Saturday killing the driver. More>>

Jefferson award winner honored in D.C.

Connie Wang has been volunteering with a north central fire department for more than three decades. For her dedication, she was honored at 80-years-old, with what she calls the "trip of a lifetime." More>>

Kristopher Torgerson sentenced in drug case

A man Wausau Police identify as a person of interest in a woman's disappearance was sentenced Monday in an unrelated court case. More>>

Masked robbers steal cigarettes, alcohol

WESTON (WAOW) - Everest Metro Police say two masked burglars smashed a front door and then stole cigarettes and alcohol from a Weston gas station as a clerk escaped to a back office.

Hunter Hayes booked to play Wis. Valley Fair

One of the newest rising stars in country music will perform in Wausau this summer. More>>

Lawmakers react to budget signing

In front of a large crowd in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin, Governor Scott Walker signed the two-year $70 billion budget. More>>

Officials patrol Wisconsin waters for drunken boaters

Warm weather and the upcoming Fourth of July holiday means plenty of people will be spending time outside. Officials across the state want to make sure they stay safe. More>>

Fishing fundraiser aims to help Marathon Co. Humane Society

Anglers gathered on Lake Du Bay Saturday to take part in the first Grand Slam Fishing Tournament. More>>

Weston couple has unique wedding in Wausau

For the last four years, Zoey Vecellio has been working with people who live at Primrose Retirement Community in Wausau. More>>

Bicyclists raise money at Bike-N-Brats event

Bicyclists battled Saturday morning's rain to check out some new rides and help people learn about the sport. More>>

One-car crash sends six to the hospital

Lac du Flambeau Tribal Police officials say a car rolled over and sent six people to the hospital Friday. More>>

Wausau Gus Macker Tournament could be in jeopardy

From the players to the fans, the Gus Macker Tournament has been a summertime tradition in Wausau for more than two decades. More>>

Community members celebrate McDill Pond

People in Stevens Point gathered Saturday morning to celebrate McDill Pond. More>>

Wausau event marks the start of summer

Organizers were busy Friday setting up for this year's Summer Kickoff event. More>>

Aniwa motorcyclist killed in crash with deer

WAUSAU (WAOW) - The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says a 60-year-old motorcyclist has died from injuries he suffered following a crash with a deer. More>>

Children read to therapy dog at Marathon Co. Library

Children at the Marathon County Public Library had the chance to read their favorite story to a pretty good listener. More>>

Gilman Cheese cited; worker loses fingers

The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Gilman Cheese Corp. for 10 safety violations after a worker had two fingers cut off by an unguarded packing and labeling machine in December.  More>>

WIPPS to host panel discussion on the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace

Representatives from the Obama Administration, the Walker Administration, and a national health policy expert will discuss the pending implementation of the Federal Health Insurance Marketplace in Wisconsin Thursday night in Wausau.

Shawano County man stabbed after entering Pulcifer home

A 35-year-old Bonduel man is in the hospital after suffering stab wounds in a Pulcifer home early Thursday morning. More>>

30,000 bees create a buzz at FDL grocery

A grocery store in Fond du Lac not only buzzed with people ... but thousands of bees, too, after they swarmed to the store's parking lot near a brat stand. More>>

Wausau pool closed Tuesday for repairs

According to a press release from the Wausau and Marathon County Parks, Recreation, and Forestry Department, Memorial Pool will be closed through Wednesday morning. More>>

Police: Person gave dog poisoned treat

Police say a dog in Shawano County is recovering after being fed rat poison. The dog's owner tells Newsline 9 someone threw a treat laced with poison into her backyard. More>>

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