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Chippewa Falls man taken to hospital after crash on motorcycle

The Pierce County Sheriff's Department says it happened around 8 p.m. Tuesday night on County Road C in Hartland Township.

Eau Claire City Council approved downtown parking study Video included

The wheels have been set in motion to take a long, hard look at where they stop. More>>

Pepin County sex offender petitions to go without supervision Video included

Pepin County (WQOW) - In Pepin County, a man with a long history of sexual assaults is petitioning to go without supervision. Kerry Abbott lives in Arkansaw and is considered to be a sexually violent person.  More>>

Dunn County Sheriff's Deputies declare no confidence in sheriff

We the members of Local Union 727B (Dunn County Sheriff’s Deputies) do hereby proclaim the following declaration of no confidence towards the current Dunn County Sheriff, Dennis P. Smith.  More>>

Winona State athlete passes away during workout

WINONA, Minn. (WXOW) - A student athlete passes away while working out with his teammates at Winona State University Monday.  More>>

Wisconsin English survey hopes to track changing language, dialect

You betcha. Don't cha know. Supper. A bubbler. If you grew up in the Midwest you probably have said and heard these sayings before. Popular sayings and dialects differ from region to region and a UW-Madison-based program is trying to track these nuances and put them into a dictionary. More>>

Military suicides up a bit in 2014; More seek help

Pentagon documents show there were 161 confirmed or suspected suicides as of July 14, compared to 154 during the same time frame in 2013. The uptick was among the Air Force and Navy, while soldiers and Marine suicides went down. More>>

Eau Claire city council approves bus tracking software Video included

Eau Claire (WQOW) - Instead of waiting at the bus stop looking at the clock, riders can soon get a virtual look at where a bus is in route. More>>

Eau Claire salon raises money to prevent cancer related hair loss Video included

 The money raised will go toward The Rapunzel Project which focuses on cold cap technology.  The cap is used on individuals before, after, and during chemotherapy to keep their hair from falling out.  


Repairs pushed back on historic Rainbow Bridge in Chippewa Falls Video included

 The city's mayor says back in 2006, the bridge repairs came in at a cost of about $375,000. As of now that price tag is up over $500,000. The state would pay for about 80% of that.


TRAVEL ALERT: Brackett Ave. and Harding Ave. reconstruction to begin next week Video included

The Brackett Avenue and Harding Avenue reconstruction project, from Lee Street to Donnellan Lane, is scheduled to begin on Monday, July 28.

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