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Polk County deputy laid to rest Saturday Video included

St. Croix Falls (WQOW) - Hundreds gathered in St. Croix Falls to give their final farewells to Deputy Mike Seversen. He died due to complications of a gunshot wound earlier this week. He was shot in the line of duty 23 years ago and was left paralyzed. Mark Seversen, Mike’s brother, said, "We wish you were here,” referring to his brother, Mike, who passed away on April 14. A brother. A friend. A hero. A man many will always remember as courageous, resilient and humble. Jayne Wellumson, Mike’... More>>

School food service workers learn healthy recipes

DE PERE, Wis. (AP) -- A Wisconsin chef is teaching school food service workers in the Green Bay area the art of preparing healthy meals from scratch.The Green Bay Press-Gazette Media reports (http://gbpg.net/1jlCZzc ) that about 50 area workers recently attended Monique Hooker's workshops to learn about the beauty of chopping, dicing and cutting fresh foods for kids. The culinary workshops were hosted by Live54218, which is coordinating farm-to-school efforts. The program emphasizes using fre... More>>

Chi-Hi students taking their education to a new level Video included

Chippewa Falls (WQOW) - Although school wasn't in session today, some Chippewa Falls students took part in a larger than life field experiment that required them to play detective. Instead of filling More>>

Xcel customers in the Ladysmith area without power Saturday afternoon

Western Wisconsin (WQOW) - About 3,000 customers were without power Saturday afternoon in the Ladysmith area. Xcel Energy says the outage was caused by a transmission line that was tripped and out of service. Power was out for about two and a half hours to customers in Ladysmith, Bruce, Sheldon and Conrad. Power has since been restored. ? More>>

Winnebago authorities rescue 22 animals from home

A Winnebago County woman has been arrested after authorities found nearly two dozen animals living in deplorable conditions in the Town of Clayton. More>>

Police investigate threatening letter in Stoughton

Police in Stoughton say they are investigating a threatening letter that was sent to a black teenager, with a photo that depicted him as the victim of a lynching. More>>

Man injured in Milwaukee nightclub shooting

Milwaukee police are investigating a nightclub shooting that left one man injured. More>>

Eau Claire business moves out after 50 years in downtown Video included

The final tenant has moved out of a set of buildings set for demolition to make room for the proposed Confluence Project. More>>

Police looking for thieves on Eau Claire's north side Video included

Eau Claire Police are asking for your help to solve a string of break-ins on the north side. More>>

UW-Eau Claire on the lookout for mumps cases Video included

The recent outbreak of mumps on the UW-La Crosse and Madison campuses has health officials at UW-Eau Claire on alert. More>>

Fire does $1.5 million in damage to Marathon Co. garage Video included

An early Friday morning fire at a rural Marathon County Highway Department garage destroyed snow plow trucks, a loader and other equipment. More>>

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  • HS Sports - Saturday

    HS Sports - Saturday

    HS Sports - Saturday

    Local scores, plus highlights from high school baseball (Osseo-Fairchild vs. Augusta, Black River Falls vs. Augusta, New Richmond vs. Menomonie) and girls soccer (New Richmond vs. Menomonie).More >>
    Local scores, plus highlights from high school baseball (Osseo-Fairchild vs. Augusta, Black River Falls vs. Augusta, New Richmond vs. Menomonie) and girls soccer (New Richmond vs. Menomonie).More >>
  • College Sports - Friday

    College Sports - Friday

    Local scores, box scores, plus highlights from softball (UW-Stevens Point vs. UW-Eau Claire ) as well as track & field (Phil Esten Challenge).More >>
    Local scores, box scores, plus highlights from softball (UW-Stevens Point vs. UW-Eau Claire).More >>
  • Packers Tailgate Tour - Rice Lake

    Packers Tailgate Tour - Rice Lake

    The Packers Tailgate Tour continues Friday with stops in Hayward and Spooner, before parking it for the evening in Rice Lake.More >>
    The Packers Tailgate Tour continues Friday with stops in Hayward and Spooner, before parking it for the evening in Rice Lake.More >>
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  • Decorah Eagle Cam

    Decorah Eagle Cam

    The Eagle Cam is back!  Watch live as eagles build their nest and family!More >>
    The Decorah eagles became international stars in 2011, when their nest went viral. To date, over 280 million people from 84 countries have followed the eagle family from eggs to fledgling birds, watching every aspect of life in a wild nest.More >>
  • Ukraine Crisis

    Ukraine Crisis

    Read the latest on the developing tension between Ukraine and Russia.More >>
    Read the latest on the developing tension between Ukraine and Russia.More >>
  • Downtown Eau Claire Confluence Project

    Downtown Eau Claire Confluence Project

    The Confluence Project includes a new community arts center and university student housing that will be built at the confluence of the Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers in downtown Eau Claire.More >>
    The Confluence Project includes a new community arts center, commercial/retail complex and university student housing that will be built at the confluence of the Chippewa and Eau Claire rivers in downtown Eau Claire.More >>
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