Temperatures are dropping, and those experiencing homelessness are looking or places to escape the cold.
UW-Eau Claire is reaffirming it's commitment to mental health outreach and programming by receiving another grant from the Substance Abuse and…
Increased flu activity and large outbreaks have been reported among college and university students in the Midwest, including in Wisconsin.
If you've driven through the Chippewa Valley recently, you have probably seen some impressive holiday light displays. Beginning December 1, some of them are in competition for the second annual Chippewa Valley Parade of Lights.
The lights at Irvine Park's Christmas Village are back on for yet another holiday season.
News 18 reporters went around the Chippewa Valley and asked people to share what they are thankful for this year.
The struggle of hospital capacity continues statewide with just 3% of all ICU beds in Wisconsin readily available for patients. For intermediate care beds, only 2% is currently available.
With the omicron variant in the United States, Chippewa Valley viewers may be wondering if it will spread in our community.
The Minnesota Department of Health has confirmed its first case of the Omicron COVID-19 variant in the state.
DUNN COUNTY (WQOW) - A Durand man will be spending over 30 years behind bars for sexually assaulting multiple young girls over the course of five years.
A mostly white jury has been seated for the trial of a former Minnesota police officer who claims she mixed up her gun and Taser when she
After nearly two years the case against the former Altoona superintendent is now closed. Daniel Peggs was sentenced to eight years in prison f…