Xcel Energy says that social media responses are becoming the norm when bad weather hits. More>>
Chelsea Clinton says she and her husband are expecting their first child. More>>
There's an effort to help get the word out quickly if someone with dementia gets lost or wanders off.
Car buyers leave the lot happy, and help those in need in a big way. More>>
The transfer center for city buses in Eau Claire could be going through some changes. More>>
UW-Eau Claire and Sacred Heart Hospital host a "Be the Match" bone marrow drive. More>>
The Lake Association is holding its annual meeting tomorrow night. More>>
Deputy Mike Seversen died yesterday due to complications of a gunshot wound. More>>
The Chippewa Valley Volunteer Association is putting on its first Volunteer Expo today at Hobbs Ice Arena. More>>
Eau Claire County Sheriffs deputies responded to the crashed this morning on county highway D in the town of Clear Creek. More>>
Last night, the board was presented with different budget forecasts for the next school year. More>>
Customers who have not paid their energy bill over winter will soon face disconnection of their utilities. More>>
Police have released the name of the man at the center of last night's standoff in Altoon. More>>
Video journalist Steve Betchkal ventured to the Stanley Area Historical Society Museum where collectors could get the expert opinion of a professional antique appraiser. More>>
The city council in Glenwood City is scheduled to potentially vote on an agreement with Vista Sand. More>>
Teams have been stuck indoors again because of weather like we had today. More>>
The Eau Claire County Humane Association says every year it sees an influx of after-Easter bunnies. More>>
Veterans and American Indian dancers gathered at Chippewa Valley Technical College today for a pow wow exhibition. More>>
Jesse Yang takes us to a local tree farm that is in repair after havoc reigned over its evergreens. More>>
A suspect in a bank robbery in Haugen is still on the run, 24 hours after it happened. More>>
A ruptured water line in your home is usually a bad thing. But yesterday, it helped crews put out a fire at a house in Lafayette. More>>
The year's first rain showers bring the possibility of flooding. For one area community, it's something they've come to expect and prepare for every year.
Hundreds of locals and some former NFL players gathered for a day of trap shooting to raise money for heart disease research. More>>
Monday is your chance to weigh in on proposed changes to many DNR rules. More>>
The Ohio Oil and Gas Chief says a state investigation finds a link between fracking and earthquakes.
There's a plan in the works to give tubers another spot where they may get out of the Chippewa River.
The City of Eau Claire now expects the Chippewa River to crest overnight at 772 feet. More>>
Because they were so busy this winter, the Eau Claire utilities department went $157,000 over budget. More>>
See how Eau Claire's Viennese Ball got its start and why this year's is so special. More>>
Special Olympics Wisconsin holds a free lunch at Texas Roadhouse. More>>
An area veteran's home is out of space a little more than a year after its opening.
Western Dairyland is hosting an event to help adults identify and prevent child sexual abuse.
The United Way is taking a more preventative approach to community help.
All 12 Jefferson Award volunteers are honored with a banquet. More>>
The annual Women's Business Conference takes place in Eau Claire. More>>
There is sentencing in a hit and run case that killed an area dentist. More>>
Eau Claire is a finalist to be named this year's All-America City. It's the only Wisconsin city to make the list this year. More>>
20-year Army veteran Tony Kurtz says he wants to challenge long-time incumbent Ron Kind in Wisconsin's third congressional district. More>>
Governor Walker left Marquette in 1990, 34 credit hours short of completing his course work. Today, he said he would like to finish through the University of Wisconsin's flexible option program. More>>
Two Eau Claire firefighters have found a way to make it even more difficult to run a marathon: adding 50 pounds of equipment. More>>
With the snow melting, it won't be long before lawn mowers are running. Eau Claire has a new site for residents to take their grass clippings. More>>
The DNR has cleared a South Barstow Building that was inspected for cancer-causing asbestos. More>>
A popular plant you may have outside your home or office may have just landed on the DNR's invasive species list. More>>
A man with ties in the area is being called the prime suspect in a murder investigation. It's a cold case in eastern Wisconsin that goes back 24 years. More>>
The warm, dry weather fueled a grass fire today on Eau Claire's north side. About two acres burned before firefighters put it out. More>>
Minnesota's senators voted for a bill that would increase the state's minimum wage. It is now one step away from the governor's desk. More>>
Students say an assistant principal ended a bloody rampage at a high school near Pittsburgh by tackling a 16-year-old holding a knife. More>>
A group of UW-Eau Claire students made headlines on a singing tour of Ireland, after making an impromptu performance at an Irish pub. More>>
Wisconsin's first elk hunt in the modern era will have to wait at least one more year, after several elk were lost due to the severe winter. More>>
Menomonie homeowners are learning the city's insurance won't cover damage caused by a recent sewage backup. More>>
Hundreds of swans could be seen enjoying the spring weather in a flooded field in Fall Creek today.
The Chippewa Valley Homebuilders Association has decided to make Jeffers Park one of its community projects this year. More>>
A new campaign encourages local parents to talk to their children about underage drinking and its consequences. More>>
As the last piles of snow melt down, the danger of widespread wildfires is picking up across Wisconsin. More>>
The Wisconsin Realtors Association says sales in Eau Claire County topped $1,300 last year.
Time is running out for computer users running the Window's XP operating system. More>>
You may see a slight bump in your paycheck, but that may also come with a price tag during next year's tax season. More>>
A host of drug prevention bills sends the Governor across the state today. More>>
New Auburn High School won the National Rube Goldberg Contest over the weekend! More>>
Eau Claire North High School quit producing musicals back in 1995. But as Photojournalist Steve Betchkal reports, North High after 19 years, is bringing back musicals. More>>
Wisconsin utility companies can legally shut off your heat if you're behind on payments starting April 16, but options are available for customers who need assistance. More>>
Wisconsin meets Kentucky tonight in the Final Four in North Texas. Bob Bradovich is there covering the Badgers, and has our final preview before the game. More>>
A local hospital spent the day educating people on how to detect the symptoms and signs of cancer. They hope the proactive approach will help save lives. More>>
This afternoon, about 80 people participated in the first annual "Around the World 5K" in Carson Park. The event will benefit students pursuing internships and volunteer opportunities abroad. More>>
An effort by a group of volunteers in Chippewa Falls is going a long way. Ellen Mattila takes us to the fourth annual Food for Kidz event. More>>
The powerful winter storm left many Xcel Energy customers without power. Snow-covered roads also presented a challenge for school buses. More>>
Snowy conditions weren't the only thing Altoona's Public Works Department had to clean up today. A water main break also kept crews busy. More>>
The Eau Claire Jazz Festival is in full swing with its 52nd Street event. Many downtown businesses were busy preparing for the big day. More>>
Kristen Shill gives us a look at the beauty of what may be the season's final winter storm. More>>
The Wisconsin Badgers basketball team is just a day away from playing a Final Four game in Texas. Bob Bradovich is there, and today he got a chance to catch up with a local player: Eau Claire North grad Evan Anderson. More>>
Another large winter storm caused power outages and had an impact on road conditions and local events. More>>
Wisconsin remained in second place nationally for total production of major processing vegetables last year. Aarik Woods gives us a look at the menu of production. More>>
We asked Eau Claire community leaders to weigh in on a story we aired earlier this week about how La Crosse successfully revitalized its downtown. More>>
A Baldwin couple opened a restaurant with the goal of helping others with the profits. More>>