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A dozen roses simply weren't enough for a Nebraska man who wanted "to do something special" for his wife to celebrate her last chemotherapy treatment. So, he raised money and surprised her with 500.
Officials have released the name of a man was fatally shot by a police officer in Madison, Wisconsin, after police say he advanced toward the officer with a pitchfork.
No jackpot winner has been drawn in the Mega Millions lottery drawing estimated at $415 million.
The mother of four young children who were stabbed to death in a gated apartment complex in Tennessee is being held for questioning, but authorities have not charged her with a crime.
California's gun laws are already some of the strictest in the nation. Next year, they're getting even more stringent.
A new wildfire is creeping toward a town of about 5,000 people in central California.
A judge has sentenced a Milwaukee man to 55 years in prison for opening fire on a crowd.
The first stage of Eau Claire’s Confluence project is nearing completion.
As area animal hospitals report increases in the number of pet owners seeking treatment for noise aversion a new drug may mean a more relaxing Fourth of July for animals who are afraid of loud noises.
Officers in Chippewa Falls say they use body cameras every day but the wear and tear, combined with outdated technology is causing them to call for new ones.
Kids from around the area were treated to a free Eau Claire Express game today. It was all a part of the third annual "Kid’s Day" at Carson Park, courtesy of Marshfield Clinic.
An Eau Claire brewery is hoping to move to a larger location as its business continues to grow but the owner says city officials are asking the business to spend more money on the project than it has.
With an icy glare on the sidelines, Summitt led the Lady Vols to eight national championships and prominence on a campus steeped in the traditions of the football-rich south until she retired in 2012.
The Eau Claire City Council is discussing whether to accept plans to improve older neighborhoods in the downtown area.
Several bystanders helped rescue a drowning man from the Chippewa River Sunday night.
Hundreds of folks made it out today for softball, carnival rides, and the main event, the parade.
About 800 racers took part in the 12th annual Red Flint Firecracker Race put on by the Chippewa Off Road Bike Association.
According to the sheriff's department's Facebook page, "The fiber line was damaged by an installation contractor and has been repaired by CenturyLink technicians."
The walls at Stanley Correction Institution may be high but inmates are breaking barriers when it comes to their education.
The tax reform plan to be released on Friday instead proposes a 33 percent top tax bracket rather than the current 39.6 percent won by President Barack Obama in 2013.