The National Weather Service has added more counties to the tornado watch into early Monday morning. More>>
The National Weather Service will have a tornado watch active for much of Wisconsin until 1 a.m. Monday. More>>
Starting this week, law enforcement officials are cracking down on seatbelt use across the state. More>>
Wood County authorities say a 49-year-old woman from Wisconsin Rapids was injured after her car hit a power pole Sunday afternoon. More>>
UPDATE: Vilas County authorities say the woman involved in a crash last week involving an SUV and a semi truck has died from her injuries. More>>
Forest County Sheriff's Department officials say a 26-year-old man was killed in a one car crash just after midnight. More>>
Stevens Point police say a man was seriously injured after being hit by a car Saturday night. More>>
Shawano Co. Sheriff's officials say they used a spike system to help stop a high-speed pursuit that started in Green Bay early Sunday. More>>
Hundreds of graduates walked across the stage at UW-Stevens Point Saturday to accept their diplomas. More>>
Racing fans packed State Park Speedway in Rib Mountain Saturday. It was the first day of the racing season and a chance for fans to remember racing icon, Dick Trickle. People at the track observed a moment of silence for Trickle. He died Thursday in an apparent suicide at the age of 71. Race organizers said the event brought in more than 1,500 fans to watch the season's opening race and to remember Trickle's successful career." More>>
A central Wisconsin organization is making a difference in the lives of wounded Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans. More>>
Motorcycles rumbled through central Wisconsin Saturday for the 10th annual Wausau Fire Charity Ride. Organizers said about 500 riders took part in the nearly 200 mile ride.
It was a day of a celebration for hundreds of NTC grads and their families. More than 750 Northcentral Technical College students graduated Saturday. Organizers said about 430 students took part in the ceremony. More>>
Hundreds of people went the extra mile for a central Wisconsin baby battling cancer. More>>
Dozens of motorcycle riders hit the pavement for a good cause -- even as wet weather put a damper on a yearly tradition. More>>
A Medford High School student is about to accomplish something few ever will. He's never missed a day of school, and now he's just a few days away from graduation. More>>
An Adams County woman is fighting for her life after authorities say she was attacked in a bar. More>>
The Powerball jackpot just keeps climbing. People in central Wisconsin are turning out in big numbers to win. Friday, the jackpot grew to $600 million, the largest in Powerball history. More>>
Powerball fever has hit north central Wisconsin. Owners at Townline market in Wausau say everyone wants that winning ticket. More>>
Drivers could hit major delays Friday evening on I-39. Bridge work between Stevens Point and Mosinee has the northbound side of the highway down to one lane. More>>
Two men have been charged in a multi-county burglary ring. More>>
Students took part in a living history lesson at Wausau West High School. More>>
The debate about dealing with cats moved forward in Marathon County. More>>
Authorities say a motorcyclist was airlifted to the hospital after colliding with a car in Portage County. More>>
The Village of Kronenwetter has revealed the winning name for a park. More>>
The amount of overtime the Wausau Police Department is paying its officers is rising. More>>
An animal that lived at the Marshfield Zoo longer than any other is remembered. Ms. Grizz the grizzly bear died two years ago, but now she will forever be a part of the zoo.
Dozens of police officers came together this afternoon in Wausau to honor their fallen colleagues. More>>
The Emerald Ash Borer is a tiny beetle that does a lot of damage. More>>
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - A small crack in a one-ton cylinder caused an unknown amount of chlorine gas to escape inside a building at NewPage on Thursday, Lt. Wade Wittenberg of the Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department said. No workers were exposed to it.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - A small crack in a one-ton cylinder caused an unknown amount of chlorine gas to escape inside a building at NewPage on Thursday, Lt. Wade Wittenberg of the Wisconsin Rapids Fire Department said. No workers were exposed to it.More>>
The transition from high school to the real world can be tough. More>>
Students take part in hands-on safety lesson. More>>
MADISON (WAOW) - The Wisconsin State Patrol says 405 law enforcement agencies, the most ever, are participating in the annual "click it or ticket" mobilization in Wisconsin to get more people wearing seat belts. More>>
It's National Police Week. A week dedicated to remember those fallen, and honor the ones that continue to serve. More>>
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has suspended all burning permits statewide because of dry, windy, and warm conditions. More>>
It was the 8th snowiest winter on record. But now it seems Spring has finally sprung. More>>
Local reaction is mixed to the National Transportation Safety Board's call to lower the legal limit for alcohol when driving. More>>
The Wausau Police Department tells Newsline 9 the pit bull that attacked a young girl has been deemed vicious. This new label carries some stiff consequences for the owner. More>>
BIG FLATS (WAOW) - What started a fire that burned down a home, blackened about 14 acres of woods and threatened a much larger fire like one that occurred eight years ago was unknown Wednesday, Big Flats Fire Chief Dick Meyers said. More>>
Members of the Lincoln County Sheriff's Department gathered on Wednesday during National Peace Officer's Day More>>
STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - The canceled concert featuring the singer who rose to fame after winning on American Idol has been rescheduled for Nov. 19, a Tuesday.
STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - The canceled concert featuring the singer who rose to fame after winning on American Idol has been rescheduled for Nov. 19, a Tuesday.More>>
According to a press release, Phillip Phillips will perform at Quandt Fieldhouse on the UWSP campus on Tuesday, November 19th at 7:30 p.m. More>>
Soccer players in our area are joining in on the fight against cancer.
The Dalai Lama spoke to members of the State Senate and Assembly Tuesday afternoon. More>>
We're getting a first look at surveillance video from the Marathon County jail attack. More>>
Two people have now been charged after a drug bust in Marathon County. Juan Quintero, 35, and Bonnie Michelotti, 49, are in jail. More>>
The long, cold winter has grounded a Northwoods bird, but a group in Antigo is trying to help loons get back in the sky. More>>
Local businesses are giving out discounts and other free items to riders. More>>
More than 70 students in grades Kindergarten through 88th grade participated. More>>
STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - The Portage County Sheriff's Department says a two-month investigation solved a string of rural burglaries involving the theft of nearly $40,000 worth of copper wire, tools, tires and rims and other personal property from five different victims.
STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - The Portage County Sheriff's Department says a two-month investigation solved a string of rural burglaries involving the theft of nearly $40,000 worth of copper wire, tools, tires and rims and other personal property from five different victims.More>>
The Nekoosa Police Chief says an SUV crashed into a home around 12:30 p.m. Monday. More>>
NEKOOSA (WAOW) - Students at Nekoosa High School were evacuated for about two hours Monday following a bomb threat discovered in a bathroom stall, authorities said.
NEKOOSA (WAOW) - Students at Nekoosa High School were evacuated for about two hours Monday following a bomb threat discovered in a bathroom stall, authorities said.More>>
Authorities have dropped charges against a Portage County woman accused of fraud. More>>
A 23-year-old Wisconsin Rapids man convicted of fatally shooting his friend more than a year ago following a night of drinking was sentenced to a year in jail Monday.
Some grade school students from Athens left their classrooms and toured a dairy farm Monday afternoon. More>>
WAUSAU (WAOW) - Wausau police say a seven-year-old girl was bitten in the face by a pit bull after the girl got too close to the dog in the backyard they shared.
WAUSAU (WAOW) - Wausau police say a seven-year-old girl was bitten in the face by a pit bull after the girl got too close to the dog in the backyard they shared.More>>
MADISON (WAOW) - Clark County will host the 67th Alice in Dairyland finals May 15-17, 2014.
MADISON (WAOW) - Clark County will host the 67th Alice in Dairyland finals May 15-17, 2014.More>>
Several Wausau residents joined the mayor for the 2nd annual "Bike to work with Mayor Tipple" event Monday morning. The goal of the quick, 1.5 mile trek was to encourage healthy living, and less dependence on cars. More>>
Many Wausau-area florists were busy with last minute orders Sunday. More>>
Volunteers with the Walleyes for Tomorrow were watching one cylinder full of nearly 5,000 fish eggs, waiting for them all to hatch. Many of the fish already hatched and volunteers waited for the rest. More>>
Members of the St. Paul's United Church of Christ held a free Mother's Day craft and cupcake decorating event on Saturday. More>>
Lincoln County Sheriff's Officials say the investigation into human remains found in Taylor County is ongoing. More>>
Forest County authorities say a woman was found after she was reported missing Friday afternoon. More>>
A Crandon man charged with a hit-and-run death on New Year's Day 2012 has been found guilty on all but one count, according to online court records. More>>
Friday's sunny weather was the perfect setting for a plant sale. Ministry Home Care held the sale to benefit hospice. More>>
Two people were hurt in a three-car crash in Oneida County. More>>
It's called the "Battle of the Badges" and it's a blood drive between two sheriff departments, their friends, and neighbors. More>>
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - Police say a disagreement over money prompted an 81-year-old Wisconsin Rapids father to point a loaded pistol at his son.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - Police say a disagreement over money prompted an 81-year-old Wisconsin Rapids father to point a loaded pistol at his son.More>>
Two people have been arrested after a drug bust in Marathon County. According to the Marathon County Sheriff's Department, a 35-year-old man was arrested in the parking lot of a Rib Mountain store. More>>
Marathon County now has a new sheriff. During a ceremony at the Marathon County courthouse, Scott Parks was sworn in as the appointed sheriff. More>>
A truck ended up in a Portage County pond early Thursday morning after authorities say the driver went through a stop sign. More>>
We're heading into the summer travel season and gas prices in the area are rising. More>>
STEVENS POINT (WAOW) - Skyward Inc. said Thursday it's challenging again the awarding of a $15 million contract to a Minnesota company to run a student information system in the state's schools. The company said it has formally asked the state Department of Administration for a "'just and impartial evaluation" of what Skyward called a "flawed and unfair" process that awarded the contract to Infinite Campus. A week ago, the state Department of Public Instruction rejected Skyward's prot... More>>
A Wausau brewery will soon have a unique way to make beer, and it involves the help of the sun.
About two dozen different businesses in the Rhinelander area are trying to brush up on their customer service.
The Wisconsin Assembly has approved a bill that would limit the amount of food stamp benefits that could be spent on junk food. More>>
It's been six years since 15-year-old Peyton Medick held her first food drive. Now a ninth grader, she continues to make a difference in central Wisconsin. More>>
Three women from our area were honored for their work to make a difference in the community. More>>
Spring is in full bloom at Brenda Koshollek's greenhouse in Hatley.
But for this gardener, flowers aren't for decoration. They're for expression. More>>
Students in Wood County had the chance to step out of the classroom today, and be introduced to four different industries in Central Wisconsin. More>>
Scott Parks, the chief deputy of the Marathon County Sheriff's Department since 2007, was promoted to sheriff on Wednesday in an appointment announced by Gov. Scott Walker. More>>
NTC students get ready for job interviews. More>>
WAUSAU (WAOW) - A Maryland artist who portrays the world around him in shades of black, white and gray will be honored as the Woodson Art Museum's master artist during its 38th annual Birds in Art exhibition this fall.
WAUSAU (WAOW) - A Maryland artist who portrays the world around him in shades of black, white and gray will be honored as the Woodson Art Museum's master artist during its 38th annual Birds in Art exhibition this fall.More>>
Project leaders are asking for input on upcoming changes to Athletic Park in Wausau.
For the family of a missing Wausau woman, the case of the missing women found in Ohio brings new hope. Stephanie Low disappeared from her Wausau apartment in 2010 More>>
The number of drug deaths in our area is on pace to easily top last year, and local officials are trying to figure out how to stop the trend. More>>
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. said Wednesday it will close its Younkers store in Wisconsin Rapid this summer, eliminating 45 jobs.
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - The Bon-Ton Stores Inc. said Wednesday it will close its Younkers store in Wisconsin Rapid this summer, eliminating 45 jobs.More>>
More than 100 miles of bicycle trails run through seven cities and towns in the Wausau Metro area. More>>
Tourism meeting takes place in Weston for Wausau area business and community leaders. More>>
As President Barack Obama works to build relationships with lawmakers from both parties, one of the big national Republican players is talking about the current political gridlock. More>>
The 20-year-old Wausau man accused of attacking two jailers, one critically, entered insanity pleas to three felonies during a brief court appearance Monday. More>>
A new plan may soon leave stray cats at the Marathon County Humane Society without a place to stay. More>>
Leaders in Stevens Point are moving forward with a $48 million project to develop the city's east side. More>>
Republicans from across the state are arriving in the Wausau area for a major political event. More>>
A spokesman says Gov. Scott Walker is close to naming a new sheriff for Marathon County.
New survey findings show more job openings this year than others, and in several different fields. More>>
Newsline 9 is following up on an animal rescue you don't see every day. We first introduced you to two donkeys, living in a Wausau garage, earlier this year. More>>
A new $200 million deal will keep Wisconsin's ginseng producers busy over the next ten years. More>>
Authorities say a 76-year-old Tomahawk man was hospitalized Monday after accidentally igniting a brush fire on some county forest land before he collapsed and was rescued by a conservation warden. More>>
Power has been restored in Rib Mountain.
The first weekend of inland fishing season was a success for some anglers. Many said the warmer temperatures helped them land their perfect catch and bait shop owners in the Wausau area said they've seen a boost in business. More>>
Authorities say alcohol is a contributing factor in a Grand Rapids motorcycle crash that sent a man to the hospital Sunday night. More>>
Six athletes from north central Wisconsin took part in Sunday's ceremony at the Jefferson street inn.Each finalist received a medallion and a certificate. They also got to hear from former Badger and More>>
Portage County officials say one car rolled over on Highway 34 near the Town of Rudolph this afternoon. More>>
Officials said about 1,000 people attended a GOP event in central Wisconsin this weekend. The State Republican Convention was held at the Patriot Center in Rothschild. More>>
A steamroller, woodcut blocks, and several area high schoolers helped bring a unique type of art to life in Wausau on Saturday.
Some big name republicans visited our area Saturday, for a major political event.
It was a beautiful day for the start of Wisconsin's fishing opener.
Lincoln County Sheriff's officials said 48-year-old Anita Bucki was reported missing last Friday evening. Friday afternoon, Newsline Nine spoke with Bucki's close friend of eight years, Julie Zietlow about the case. More>>
Cranberry growers in Wisconsin, and across the country, are getting some help from the federal government. More>>
Local Democrats are talking about the state Republican convention going on in the Wausau area this weekend. More>>
The Past, Present, and Future exhibit displays students art about Marshfield through various time periods. More>>
Some area students ditched their cars for the day for a different kind of ride. More>>
One Marshfield High School junior got her dream dress with some very special help—from her father. More>>
After a Stevens Point company was turned down for a statewide education contract, some Wisconsin lawmakers are trying to figure out the next step. More>>
A rummage sale is being held this weekend in Weston this weekend, and all the money goes for a special purpose to help find a missing Wausau woman. More>>
Wacky May weather has safety experts urging caution with Wisconsin's fishing opener. More>>
WAUSAU (WAOW) - A one-time Wausau businessman accused of stealing $1 million in mortgage money from homeowners in Marathon County has been now been accused of fraud in Waupaca County. Prosecutors said Friday that Jay Fischer, 52, was charged with securities fraud, perjury and bail jumping. Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen said the accusations involved Fischer's ownership and operation of Crazy J's Campground and how he solicited four investors to provide the down payment to buy the prop... More>>
FRIENDSHIP (WAOW) - A jury on Friday convicted a 61-year-old Adams County man of murdering his mother and hiding her corpse in some woods near her home nearly three years ago. More>>
MERRILL (WAOW) - The owners of two longtime clothing stores say they will close the doors after 40 years in business in downtown Merrill. Jack and Sherry Kleinschmidt said Friday they will begin a going out of business sale at Thelma's and The Guy's Shop on Thursday. More>>
The "Never Forgotten Honor Flight" takes veterans to the nation's capitol to see monuments in their honor.
About a hundred people learned about breast cancer awareness Thursday night in a humorous way. More>>
Forecasters say the snow was falling in some places at a rate of 1 to 2 inches per hour. More>>
On Thursday project leaders opened up the new biomass plant for an inside look at how it's coming along. More>>
WAUSAU (WAOW) - The driver of a pickup truck when his 27-year-old girlfriend reportedly fell out of the passenger door and later died of her injuries faces new charges. Brandon Bender, 27, of Antigo was charged Thursday with second-degree recklessly endangering safety, a felony, and operating a vehicle while under the influence of a controlled substance, a misdemeanor, according to online court records. Marathon County prosecutors filed an amended criminal complaint after initially char... More>>
Volunteers in Stevens Point grabbed their shovels for a belated Arbor Day celebration. More>>
Jefferson Award Winner: Camille Bukowski of Portage County. More>>
PLAINFIELD (WAOW) - The Adams County Sheriff's Department says a 26-year-old worker was killed Thursday in a truck accident at a potato farm. More>>
The sound of a police scanner is something Dave Tessmer hears all day and—if he's awake—all night. More>>
Lincoln County Sheriff's officers hope missing person Anita Bucki is alive, but they still haven't found her after a search of her home and the surrounding area. More>>
Portage County, Wisconsin is one of a few places where Prairie Chickens roam wild.
But to see them, you've got to be in place hours before sunrise. More>>
Concerns about a construction crane closed traffic on Highway 51 Wednesday night. More>>
NEILLSVILLE (WAOW) - A former Thorpe High School coach pleaded not guilty Wednesday to charges accusing him of having a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl on his track team. Scott Bergman, 44, is charged with felony sexual assault of a student by school staff and two misdemeanor counts of having sex with a child age 16 or older.ClarkCounty Circuit Judge Todd Wolf did not immediately set a trial date, according to online court records. Bergman volunteered with the boys and girls track... More>>
Anita Bucki's family says they're still in the dark about the search. They say the only information they've received about her disappearance has come from Newsline 9. More>>
Geese halt refill of McDill pond in the Village of Whiting. More>>
The Marshfield Clinic is treating patients in a new way. More>>
WAUTOMA (WAOW) - A 42-year-old Wautoma man accused of killing a man found dead at a rural motel pleaded not guilty Wednesday to first-degree intentional homicide. More>>
The Marathon County Dive Team and Lincoln County Sheriff's Department are searching a pond behind the Corning Volunteer Fire Department. More>>
WISCONSIN RAPIDS (WAOW) - Wisconsin Rapids police say a cloudy plastic bag that contained a "large firecracker" and some matches prompted investigators to order all schools locked down for nearly an hour Wednesday as a precaution. More>>
More than a dozen officials scoured the home of a missing woman. Anita Bucki, 48, was reported missing from her home in the Town of Corning Friday. More>>
Children have a lot of entertainment to choose from these days, a the majority of it involves a screen.
A fire caused by a charcoal grill destroyed a house in Wisconsin Rapids Tuesday afternoon. More>>
Congressman Ron Kind (D-3rd District) is criticizing fellow lawmakers for voting to end FAA furloughs, even though he voted for it himself. More>>
Stevens Point and Portage County are one step closer to forming a joint 911 dispatch center. More>>
Anita Bucki's brother, Cliff Brown, said she's one of ten siblings in the family. He said Anita is the most responsible and level-headed of the group. That's why he said her disappearance, with no calls to anyone, makes this case even more frustrating and surprising. More>>
MERRILL (WAOW) - The Merrill Fire Department says a grass fire closed a portion of state Highway 107 near Merrill late Tuesday afternoon. Officials say the fire eruptednear Council Grounds State Park and the cause remained under investigation. Officials say the fire broke out in very windy conditions on a day when the state Department of Natural Resources declared a high or very high fire danger in many central Wisconsin counties as summer-like conditions engulfed the area. More>>
Students in the Marshfield area stepped out of the classroom on Tuesday and into a different kind of learning environment. More>>
Many anglers will head to Wisconsin waterways this weekend for the start of the fishing season opener, but there is still thick ice on lakes in the Northwoods. More>>
The Marshfield Clinic is trying something new to raise awareness about breast cancer; humor. More>>
The latest weather forecasts have us channeling Spring and thinking green and clean. More>>
ROTHSCHILD (WAOW) - Rothschild police say a 25-year-old man was arrested Tuesday for intoxicated driving following an early-morning, two-car crash that injured him and two other people. More>>
A free Wausau television channel may start charging for programming. More>>
On Monday, some Merrill High School students learned how expensive real life can be. It was all part of a reality simulation put on by the school. More>>
Wisconsin Public Service Corp. says power has been restored in the Merrill area, after 3,200 customers were without power Monday afternoon. More>>
The Marshfield Clinic has a new executive director for the research foundation. Dr. Robert Steiner is a Milwaukee native. He has medical degrees from UW-Madison. More>>
It has been one month since a four-year-old boy was seriously hurt in a Wausau crash, but his family says his signs of recovery look good. More>>
Thirty people now face serious drug charges in the Northwoods. More>>
The arrival of warmer weather has many landscape companies working double time to get their customers lawns in shape for summer. More>>
A jury was picked Monday for the trial of a 61-year-old Adams County man accused of killing his mother and hiding her corpse in some woods near her home. Larry Clark of Big Flats is charged with seven felonies, including first-degree intentional homicide, hiding a corpse, forgery and giving false information regarding a missing person, in the death of his 79-year-old mother Marcella Clark. Larry Clark was charged in November 2010 after investigators said they found skeletal remains ne... More>>
KRONENWETTER (WAOW) - Trees are a common theme among the five names being recommended for renaming a Village of Kronenwetter park. Community Development Director Randy Fifrick says about 75 entries were submitted to name the 10-acre park along Tower Road. The finalists are: Evergreen Park, submitted by Joseph Herman; Harmony Park, submitted by Matt Baker; Sebastian Park, submitted by Crista Bobinski; Tall Pines Park, submitted by Sara Duellman; and Towering Pines Park, submitted by Mary Kitt... More>>
Lincoln County authorities are crediting Tomahawk firefighters with helping to save three people after they fell through the ice in the Town of King. More>>
An exciting first for the "Never Forgotten Honor Flight" in our area.
The warm weekend weather has many in our area thinking about their gardens. More>>
As the weather warms up, firefighters are reminding people to be careful when burning outdoors.Officials said this time of year, there is a high risk for grass fires. A Wausau Fire Lieutenant said they responded to a grass fire Sunday on Franklin Street in the Town of Wausau. More>>
Organizers say more than 200 people headed to Dale's Weston Lanes Saturday night to help support four-year-old Jordan Dixon. More>>
Organizers say about 450 people participated in an annual walk to raise awareness for multiple sclerosis. More>>
Forest County Sheriff's Office officials say they wrapped up a seven month drug investigation on Friday. More>>
A nationwide campaign to collect unused and unwanted prescription drugs wrapped up Saturday afternoon. More>>
College students are staying up all night in the fight against cancer. More>>
A taste of Miller Park made its way to Stevens Point. More>>
A family of six was displaced after a house fire in Wisconsin Rapids. More>>
The Marathon County Sheriff's Department says a man was hurt while unloading hay in Ringle Friday afternoon. More>>
With the spring melt off water flows easily on the Little Plover River. It stretches 6 miles from its headwaters before emptying into the Wisconsin River. More>>
Before crews had even arrived this Marathon County home burned to the ground. More>>
It finally feels like Spring outside in most of Central Wisconsin. More>>
McDill pond in the Village of Whiting stands empty right now as it has been since a dam leak back in 2011. More>>
With prom and graduation season are right around the corner, a Marshfield group is trying to make a plea to parents to help prevent underage drinking parties. More>>
According to Portage County Dispatch, a building on Post Road in Plover was fully engulfed, starting at 2:30 a.m. Friday. More>>
WAUSAU (WAOW) - A Wausau East High School student is among about 550 semifinalists for the 2013 Presidential Scholars award, the nation's highest honor for graduating high school seniors. More>>
Thousands raised to help the family of a Stratford boy battling cancer. More>>
MERRILL (WAOW) - Merrill police say three teens are in custody after reports of a string car burglaries early Friday morning. Lt. Chris Hartwig said items believed taken from at least four separate car burglaries were recovered. The items included some audio speakers, he said. Hartwig said officers responded to a 5:30 a.m. report of burglaries and apprehended two 17-year-old boys and a 19-year-old man. Hartwig said the investigation is also looking into whether some garage burglaries occurred. More>>
Communities nationwide are participating in national Drug Take Back Day, and that includes cities right here in central Wisconsin. More>>
Students in Marshfield got a taste of the Spanish culture today. Teachers say it's a year-long project for children at Columbus Catholic. More>>
The 2013 Miracle Fest fundraiser at Wildwood Park in Marshfield raised an estimated $60,000 for Children's Miracle Network. More>>
The Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest is celebrating its 80th anniversary. More>>