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LATEST: Dunn Co. dairy farm reissued permit to allow for cow expansion Video included

A decision has been made on the controversial Rock Creek dairy farm expansion in Dunn County.


Chippewa Falls family fights to keep health care affordable for son Video included

As the battle over Obamacare continues, a family in Chippewa Falls said for them, and many others, affordable health care is a matter of life or death. 


GOP senators not sold on raising eligibility limits for school choice vouchers Video included

More parents could get state financial help to send their kids to private schools under a budget proposal being floated by Assembly Republicans, but the Senate GOP caucus isn't sold on the idea.


UW-Eau Claire geology professor explains Antarctica iceberg break implications Video included

If Delaware broke off from the United States it would make headlines. Now an iceberg the same size is floating in the Atlantic, but some scientists are saying there's little cause for concern just yet. 


UW-Eau Claire researchers head back to Lithuania to continue research Video included

Last year researchers from UW-Eau Claire made groundbreaking discoveries overseas that had been hidden for years,  and now they are headed back in hopes of uncovering more mysteries.


LATEST: Eau Claire man accused of taking nude photo of elderly resident strikes plea deal

Nathan Grommersch in court on February 27, 2017. Nathan Grommersch in court on February 27, 2017.

Nathan Grommersch was charged after admitting to taking a picture of a Dove Healthcare-South resident, in her 90's, who had fallen asleep on a toilet with her genitals exposed.


Bloomer students to receive free school supplies Video included

Students at Bloomer Public Schools won't have to make a back to school shopping lit this year, thanks to community members and a generous donor. 


Clean-up continues after city-wide flooding in Arcadia Video included

Flooding in Arcadia. Photo taken during the morning of July 20, 2017 Flooding in Arcadia. Photo taken during the morning of July 20, 2017

A city starts to dry out after being underwater Thursday, leading Gov. Scott Walker to declare a state of emergency.


Eau Claire seniors make fidget blankets for people suffering from dementia, autism Video included

If you have a loved one with dementia, you know the devastating impacts it can have, and sometimes, all you want to do is find them comfort. Well, that's exactly what a group of ladies are working to do.


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