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UPDATE: Names of boy and man killed in trench collapse released Video included

We now know then names of the man and toddler who died in a tragic accident in Pepin County.
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5K Stroller Derby raises money to provide diapers for families in need Video included

But local non-profits are working to fill a demand for another daily essential that can be expensive for families with young children. We're talking about diapers. A 5K Stroller Derby and fun-filled event, all to benefit the diaper bank: a project created by the Junior League of Eau Claire.  More>>

Two men suffer electric shocks in Chippewa Falls

Chippewa Falls (WQOW) - Two men were shocked by a high voltage power line in Chippewa Falls on Saturday afternoon.  More>>

Rain delays area road projects Video included

Soggy soils mean a significant slowdown for some Eau Claire road projects. More>>

NEW INFORMATION: Attorney: Adrian Peterson indicted on child abuse

The attorney for Adrian Peterson says the Minnesota Vikings star running back has been indicted by a Texas grand jury on a charge of child abuse.
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Police looking for armed robbery suspects Video included

The New Richmond Police Department says it's looking for two armed robbery suspects.
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Man airlifted to hospital after motorcycle crash in Pierce County

Pierce County Sheriff's Department (News Release) - On Sunday September 14th, at about 6:20 p.m. the Pierce County Sheriff's Office was notified of a motorcycle accident with injury on Highway 35, north of 570th Street in Isabelle Township.  More>>

WQOW receives two Emmy awards at Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Gala Video included

(WQOW) - A big congratulations to a couple of Eau Claire's Own News 18 employees! Daybreak anchor Aaron Rhody and video journalist Steve Bethchkal each walked away with an Emmy at the Upper Midwest Regional Emmy Gala at Target Field Saturday night.   More>>

Two found dead in Brown County

EATON, Wis. (AP) -- Two people are dead in Brown County in what authorities are calling a murder-suicide. More>>

Wisconsin grape harvest starting slowly

Wisconsin vineyards are beginning to gather their grapes, and growers say they've seen better harvests. More>>

Walker promises more tax cuts in second term

Gov. Scott Walker's promises for a second term include cutting property and income taxes for individuals and requiring drug tests for those seeking unemployment and food stamp benefits. More>>

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  • UWEC FB Takes Step Back In Home Opener

    UWEC FB Takes Step Back In Home Opener

    The UW-Eau Claire football team showed promise after their opening week, going down to the wire against 11th-ranked St. Thomas. But after their home opener on Saturday, the team admitted they took a step back.More >>
    The UW-Eau Claire football team showed promise after their opening week, going down to the wire against 11th-ranked St. Thomas. But after their home opener on Saturday, the team admitted they took a step back.More >>
  • Former Hoops Standout Helps Stout FB To Win

    Former Hoops Standout Helps Stout FB To Win

    UW-Stout receiver Aaron JennyUW-Stout receiver Aaron Jenny
    Aaron Jenny spent four years on the UW-Stout basketball team. On Saturday, he showed he was pretty good at football too. More >>
    Aaron Jenny spent four years on the UW-Stout basketball team. On Saturday, he showed he was pretty good at football too. 
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  • Packers roar back to beat Jets 31-24

    Packers roar back to beat Jets 31-24

    Aaron Rodgers threw for three scores, including an 80-yard strike to Nelson in the third quarter, and the Packers roared back from an 18-point deficit to win their home opener 31-24..More >>
    Aaron Rodgers threw for three scores, including an 80-yard strike to Nelson in the third quarter, and the Packers roared back from an 18-point deficit to win their home opener 31-24..More >>
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