4 hrs ago
Traveling Memorial Comes to Rothschild
Just in time for Memorial Day, a tribute to Wisconsin residents who've made the ultimate sacrifice for our country comes to the Wausau area.
10 hrs ago
Not guilty in Marathon County overdose death
The girlfriend of a Wausau man accused of providing the heroin that killed him has pleaded not guilty in Marathon County.
13 hrs ago
Man Accused of selling Heroin will head to Trial
Juan Quintero is charged with two counts delivery of heroin, possession with intent to deliver heroin, possession with intent to deliver cocaine base, possession with intent to deliver THC, possession of THC, maintaining a drug trafficking place and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.
Mon May 20, 2013
Overnight Road Closures Planned for I-39 Near Rothschild
Motorists who travel south of Wausau may encounter road delays as the Wisconsin Department of Transportation conducts a scheduled nighttime closure this week.
Plan to Address Marathon Co. Jail Problems Never put in Place
Officials in Wisconsin say they had a plan to address problems at the Marathon County jail before two officers were injured during an attack there in March.
Sun May 19, 2013
Search for Clues in Stephanie Low Disappearance Continues
More than 20 family members, friends and strangers gathered at Oak Island Park in Wausau Sunday morning anxiously awaiting the first search of the season.
Sat May 18, 2013
Knoxville News Sentinel
Touring 'Birds in Art' exhibit at McClung Museum for summer
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.
Wausau Daily Herald
Report: Wis. hospitals have low infection rate
Kristi Fregia Rucks, a bariatric specialist at Aspirus Wausau Hospital stands with some of the specialized bariatric equipment in a patient room, Wednesday, March 6, 2013.
Thu May 16, 2013
Wausau West students take part in hands-on lesson
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)
Hooked on Heroin: Part 3, What the Community can do
Deb Piskoty is the clinical director at Wausau Health Services, a program that works with heroin addicts through medication as well as counseling.
Relive Wausau History on the Walking Fire Tour
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.
Public's Help Requested in Search for Missing Wausau Woman
The family of missing Wausau woman is asking for the public's help searching near the Wisconsin River this weekend.
Group training on ways to protest proposed Gogebic mine
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.
Affair, insurance policy cited in homicide case
Prosecutors say a life insurance policy and an extramarital affair, as well as other evidence, led to charges against a central Wisconsin man in the slaying of his wife.
Wed May 15, 2013
Proposal to Lower the Legal Alcohol Limit
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.
Panel member thinks jail attack was planned
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 to Take Place in Marathon, Waupaca Counties
Bridge inspections will be taking place next week in Marathon and Waupaca counties, according to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
Activists set up Training for Ashland- Iron Co. Mine Protest
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported Wednesday a group of 80 to 90 activists are planning to gather in the Chequamegon Nicolet National Forest north of Wausau to learn "peaceful resistance techniques." The training session is expected to begin Friday and end on Monday.
Tue May 14, 2013
Reaction to Journal Sentinel's new editor shows liberal bias
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.
Hooked on Heroin: Part One
A heroin epidemic is hitting northcentral Wisconsin and young people are dying. Once considered a big city drug, heroin is now a top priority for law enforcement in our area.