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On Friday, the Eau Claire City-County Health Department announced that laboratory-confirmed cases of influenza are on the rise locally and throughout the state.
Deputies say they found 68-year old Judy Nykaza and her snowmobile in a ditch in Jackson County Tuesday night.
An area fire department has been approved for the Wisconsin Emergency Medical Services’ narcan pilot program.
The Green Bay Packers have won a deadline extension to sell out Sunday's home playoff game and avoid a TV blackout.
Health agencies throughout the United States are trying to help guard families against radon-the leading cause of lung cancer for non-smokers!
Experts say as many as one in three Eau Claire homes, could have a radon problem.
More than two million people are now covered by the Affordable Care Act.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office says Richard West, 36, of the Town of Garfield was arrested for Aggravated Battery and taken to jail.
Deputies say 68-year-old Judi A. Nykaza from Grayslake, IL, crashed in the ditch on County Road O near W9660 County Road O in Jackson County.
Police are looking for two suspects involved in a theft at the Menomonie Walmart.
31-year-old James Bauer of Altoona faces several counts including first-degree recklessly endangering safety and battery.
Temperatures are expected to be in the single digits when the teams kick off late Sunday afternoon and drop through the game.
A Board of Regents selection committee plans to interview the finalists on Monday and recommend one to the full board.
The Eau Claire Police Department says the family of 33-year-old Edwin R. Perez notified officers Wednesday morning around seven that he was found unresponsive at a home on Dodge Street.
Police say the driver found dead in a car that plunged down an embankment and broke through the ice on a La Crosse creek was a student at Winona State University.
Scott and Jody Erdman rushed their dog to a vet after he ate mushrooms, but he died hours later.
The company has opened a clinic at its La Crosse headquarters to serve about 3,000 employees in the area and other workers online.
Deputies are investigating.
When visitors come to town, they spend at businesses including restaurants, bars, hotels and gas stations.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says a draw down on the Minong flowage will continue through the winter and anglers should expect lower water levels.
The Jackson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a fight that ended with a man allegedly being stabbed.