Sheriff Dennis Smith tells WQOW News 18 that deputies were called about a man threatening to jump into the Red Cedar River. More>>
At 11:08 a.m. on Wednesday, April 23, Eau Claire police officers were dispatched to 510 S. Farwell St. for a report of a “man with a gun” in the alley.
A western Wisconsin university is getting ready to break ground on a 63.5 million dollar building project.
As the weather warms up, more young people will hit the road. Law enforcement says now is the perfect time for students to hear about the dangers of texting and driving. More>>
Eau Claire (WQOW) Zorn Arena is home to graduation ceremonies, sporting events and concerts. This Friday, a group of students from Selma, Ala. will put on a performance of a different kind. The Freedom Foundation coordinates the Random Acts of Theater Company, or RATCo. It is a group of students from Selma, Ala. who dance, read poetry and perform theater acts to help them become leaders and work through personal issues such as poverty, losing a parent or sexual abuse. The performance is spons... More>>
Inmates got the chance to explore possible job opportunities, and also talk with other organizations like the DMV to learn what they'll need to do to get behind the wheel again. More>>
Eau Claire (WQOW) - The Eau Claire Ski Club wants to improve the Silver Mine Ski Hill, but before it does, it wants to buy the land. Right now, the city owns it. More>>
Eau Claire (WQOW) - Warmer temps mean fresh air and a little bit of spring cleaning. But it's not just our homes that need a little TLC, it's our city too. More>>
A Dallas jury has awarded $3 million to a North Texas couple who sued a drilling company over alleged contamination. More>>
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