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Former Chippewa Falls teacher sentenced for sexual assault of a student Video included

Dozens of people were at the Chippewa County courthouse Friday morning to find out first hand how long a former Chippewa Falls Middle School teacher will be behind bars. 


Federal judge orders changes at Wisconsin youth prisons Video included

A federal judge issued a stinging rebuke Friday of disciplinary practices at Wisconsin's youth prisons, saying state officials have demonstrated a "callous indifference" to the harm caused to juvenile inmates by the use of solitary confinement, pepper spray and shackles.  


Rice Lake volunteer honored in Washington D.C. Video included

This year's most outstanding volunteers are being honored in Washington D.C. and a Rice Lake man is among them.


Fifth worker dies after explosion at Didion Milling plant Video included

Didion Milling confirms a fifth worker has died weeks after the May 31st explosion at its plant in Cambria. 


Sneak Peek: New brews to be poured at Modicum Brewery in Altoona Video included

If you like a cold brew after a long week of work on a Friday, a new brewery is expected to open in two weeks on July 7th with locally made beer.


Eau Claire City Council to vote on climate change agreement Video included

The city of Eau Claire has pledged to stay sustainable despite the president backing out of the Paris Climate Change Agreement. Now, the Eau Claire City Council is looking to get it carved in stone. 


Wisconsin Craft Beverage Coalition formed to protect craft beverage industry Video included

A proposal in the state could put Wisconsin's craft beverage industry at risk, and some local brewers and distillers are fighting back. 


Country Fest will move to a 3-day event in 2018 Video included

Starting in 2018, Country Fest will move to a three-day format for the first time. It will run Thursday June 21 thru Saturday June 23, dropping Sunday from the schedule.


Country Fest means big money for area nonprofits Video included

While some are enjoying the music at Country Fest, hundreds of others are on the grounds as volunteers, helping organizations right here in the Chippewa Valley. 


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