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Biesterveld ordered to stand trial

An Eau Claire judge heard testimony today in the case of Thomas Biesterveld. The judge then found it probable that he committed a crime. More>>

New video reportedly shows beheading of another U.S. journalist

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Steven Sotloff, who freelanced for Time and Foreign Policy magazines, had last been seen in Syrian in August 2013. More>>

Sex offender being released to live in Black River Falls

The Wisconsin Department of Corrections (DOC) has notified the Jackson County Sheriff's Office that the Sex Offender, Joseph M. Buhler, age 30, will be released from prison on Tuesday, September 9, 2014.
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Tips help police nab two who defrauded area banks

Last week we told you that Chippewa Falls police wanted your help in finding Isaac Lasiewicz and Nathan Johnson. Police say tips from citizens led to the arrests of both men over the weekend. More>>

Hospitals and church collecting winter gear

Starting today, Sacred Heart Hospital and Redeeming Grace Church in Eau Claire are collecting winter clothing until September 30th. They want coats, snowsuits, boots, blankets and accessories. More>>

Randall Park plan to address student rentals and preserve neighborhood's history

Eau Claire (WQOW) - As students fill the historic homes around campus, an area group worries about preserving the neighborhood's history. More>>

Eau Claire fire fighters "Fill the Boot" for the Muscular Dystrophy Association

Eau Claire fire fighters will fan out across the city with boots in hand for this year's drive on Wednesday, September 3 through Friday, September 5 from 3:00 till 6:00 P.M. Each night, over 30 Eau Claire fire fighters will be stationed across five store locations: Gordy's on Birch, Mega East, Mega West, Festival Foods and Walmart. More>>

Business 53 repairs in Lake Hallie may include roundabouts

The estimated cost of the repair will be $8 million. Lake Hallie's share will be covered by TIF districts with no impact to the average taxpayer.
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New mobile app allows you to consider politics when buying groceries

Buy Partisan was developed by a former congressional staffer and allows people to scan the bar code of any item on a grocery store shelf to instantly find out who makes it.  It also will tell you which political party that company has donated the majority of its money to in the past, even breaking it down by CEO, board of directors, employees and any associated Political Action Committees (PACs). More>>

UWEC seeks to help sexual assault problem on campus

On the first day of school, staff at UW-Eau Claire wants students to focus on their studies, not sexual assault. The campus, along with others in the state, is taking steps to ensure the safety of students. Amanda Leiknes, counsels at least one sexual assault victim per week at the University of Wisconsin Eau Claire.  More>>

CVTC to host 'Volunteer Day' next week

Chippewa Valley residents will have the opportunity to learn about ways they can get involved in their community at a Volunteer Fair Tuesday, Sept. 9 at Chippewa Valley Technical College. More>>

New coalition formed to support more natural gas vehicles and stations in Wisconsin

A group of Wisconsin businesses and associations announced Tuesday the formation of a new coalition, Wisconsin Wins With Natural Gas Vehicles, to support expanding the opportunities for the people and businesses of Wisconsin to use more natural gas to fuel their vehicles. More>>

NFL suspends Colts owner Jim Irsay 6 games, fines him $500,000

Commissioner Roger Goodell says owners, management personnel and coaches must be held to a higher standard than players.
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Fast food workers threaten to strike this week

Thousands of fast food workers from McDonalds, KFC and Taco Bell are now threatening nationwide walkouts, massive protests and even civil disobedience this week in their fight for higher wages.
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  • Badgers Shut Down Stave Due To Injury

    Badgers Shut Down Stave Due To Injury

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     Monday, Wisconsin's Gary Andersen said Joel Stave would be involved at quarterback, but on Tuesday, there's something much different from the head coach.More >>
     Monday, Wisconsin's Gary Andersen said Joel Stave would be involved at quarterback, but on Tuesday, there's something much different from the head coach.
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  • HS Sports - Monday

    HS Sports - Monday

    Cadott wins their first varsity football game since 2011.More >>
    Cadott wins their first varsity football game since 2011.
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  • Miscommunication With Melvin

    Miscommunication With Melvin

    As the Badgers saw their 17-point lead over LSU vanish on Saturday, all Melvin Gordon could do was watch. Gordon only received four second half carries, which the Badgers are chalking up to miscommunication.More >>
    As the Badgers saw their 17-point lead over LSU vanish on Saturday, all Melvin Gordon could do was watch. Gordon only received four second half carries, which the Badgers are chalking up to miscommunication.
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