A Chippewa County company is picking up the pieces today, and is wondering what started a big fire last night. More >>
Eau Claire (WQOW)-As the temperature spikes police are taking more calls about pets in cars.
Reports of animals being left in cars in Eau Claire have increased this week. Police have been sent out to investigate around ten cases since Monday and there have been many more calls. An Eau Claire animal control officer says in this heat a car is no place for an animal.
"If you can, leave them at home. They're just like children they like to be in the car, but you know, if you're going to be shopping for awhile it's no place for an animal that car heats up very quickly," said Officer Bonnie Bertrand, Eau Claire animal control.
Once police arrive they determine whether or not to write the pet owner a ticket.
If you have to travel with your pet officers suggest that you leave the car window's down or have someone stay in the vehicle with the air conditioning on and always have water for your pet.
Fall Creek (WQOW)- A home on Partridge Road exploded Sunday afternoon. The Township Fire Department says the family is out of town and no one was hurt in the blast. Right now crews are on scene investigatingMore >>
A home on Partridge Road exploded around noon on Sunday. The Township Fire Department says the family is out of town and no one was hurt in the blast.More >>
Local scores, complete golf results, softball brackets, plus highlights from softball and golf.More >>
Local scores, complete golf results, softball brackets, plus highlights from softball (Altoona vs. Baldwin-Woodville, Superior vs. EC North, Osseo-Fairchild vs. EC Regis, McDonell vs. EC Immanuel Lutheran) and golf (WIAA Division 1, 2, & 3 regionals).More >>
WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI says a man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was fatally shot when he initiated a violent confrontation. The shooting incident early Wednesday tookMore >>
The FBI says a man being questioned by authorities in the Boston bombing probe was fatally shot when he initiated a violent confrontation.More >>
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