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Lake Michigan regulators are recommending a 62 percent lake-wide reduction of Chinook salmon with hopes of averting a population collapse similar to the one that hit Lake Huron a decade ago.
Data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that the state's correctional officers and guards earned an average, inflation-adjusted salary of $41,770 in 2015.
A young Brewers fan is changing the snack game at Miller Park with a creative idea that will literally change the way you see a popular ballpark snack.
A moderate earthquake hit the Palm Springs area early Friday and was felt across parts of Southern California.
A Chippewa Falls downtown improvement project is hoping to speed towards its completion date, much faster than expected.
Three people are behind bars after police say they found meth and heroin in their car.
Two certified nursing assistants are facing felony charges after Eau Claire police say they shared a photo of a naked dementia patient.
Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic presidential primary in California, delivering a devastating blow to rival Bernie Sanders.
Safer schools are in the works for students as the Eau Claire Area School District looks to create a policy addressing human trafficking.
A decision on a proposal that would impact Eau Claire Area School District teaching salaries has been postponed.
Deputies say a 46-year-old man from Blaine, Minnesota had died in a motorcycle crash in Pierce County.
Trees, power lines, and even a tower were knocked down in Trempealeau County Friday night.
Hitting the old out of the park to bring home the new is the $3.5 million plan for major upgrades to the Carson Park baseball stadium.
An Eau Claire church is giving a "hand up" to help families in need.
The pilot who died in a single airplane crash Thursday in Tennessee has been identified.
Several people gathered outside an Eau Claire business today to protest payday lending.
The explosion and fire Wednesday afternoon started in a massive pile of cars and parts that stands about three stories tall.
June is here and that means it's the start of the 100 deadliest days of teen-related traffic deaths.
The Eau Claire City-County Health Department is warning swimmers to be aware of closings as its starts monitoring the level of bacteria in area beaches.
Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate, Russ Feingold, made a stop in Eau Claire Tuesday afternoon.