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Tech ed students' hard work was on display at Eleva-Strum High School.
A state labor official says Wisconsin's economy is growing.
Several Wisconsin cities make a top ten list for cities with the most excessive drinking.
Going green is always good, but taking that philosophy while driving on the roadways may still be a tough sell in western Wisconsin.
Local health officials are nearing the end of a three year study on combating Lyme disease, all part of a grant meant to look at how to better manage the disease and tick populations.
As the school year comes to an end and kids make their way outdoors for the summer, a group in La Crosse is making sure they know how to stay safe.
The Eau Claire Area School District is now trying to piece together a new compensation system for its employees.
Local high schools are being recognized for helping students get a head start on college.
Back in spring of 2015 Jackson County Board members gave the more addition to the court house the green light and in just a couple of months the new space will be move-in ready.
Congress is working to fight Zika, but there are still questions as to how much funding it will release.
After two years of planning and fundraising, area ballplayers will finally be playing on new fields.
A psychiatrist says pro wrestling star Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka could be faking symptoms to make it appear as if he's incompetent to stand trial in the death of his girlfriend.
A Wisconsin resident has a confirmed case of a Zika virus infection after traveling to Honduras.
Democratic Senate candidate Russ Feingold says a new overtime pay rule issued by the Obama administration is "overdue."
Democrat Russ Feingold is accusing Wisconsin Republican Sen. Ron Johnson of trying to fool voters by saying he supports but does not endorse Donald Trump for president.
It's not every day there's cake in a court room – but it was for a special event at the Eau Claire County Courthouse on Wednesday morning.
More than 4 million U.S. workers will become newly eligible for overtime pay under rules issued Wednesday by the Obama administration.
Prosecutors say several victims of the Colorado theater shooting have filed complaints alleging the state corrections department violated their rights by refusing to reveal where the gunman is serving his life sentence.
Hillary Clinton is just 90 delegates short of clinching the Democratic presidential nomination.
An advocacy group says Wisconsin is collecting dramatically less in penalties for environmental violations.