Federal revisions to a program that helps students from poverty get a jump start on education include expanding classes from half-day to full time by 2021 to better student
ARLINGTON, Texas — Aaron Rodgers didn’t need another Hail Mary this time.
From her first love to heartbreak to war and blossoming friendships, Claire has experienced a lot in her 100 years.
Editor’s note: Gimme 5 is a five-question interview on a topic of local interest.
While many consider Martin Luther King Jr. Day an opportunity to take time off, parts of the Eau Claire community are rallying behind active service and remembrance.
Dana Hansen of Bloomer is encouraging people to donate platelets at the Chippewa Valley Blood Donation Center in Eau Claire.
A former UW-Eau Claire student is one of four teachers in the United States still in the running for the 2017 National Teacher of the Year Award.
MENOMONIE — Lisa Walter had never been to Menomonie when she drove north on Interstate 94 in 1993 to interview for a sergeant’s position at UW-Stout.
A Saturday afternoon fire destroyed a multifamily house at 524 Germania St. near downtown Eau Claire.
About a year ago, UW-Oshkosh came to Zorn Arena and got punched in the mouth.
When Charlotte Rasmussen gathers Friday with hundreds of thousands of people outside the U.S. Capitol, it won’t be the first presidential inauguration ceremony she has
As both a longtime city resident and member of the Eau Claire Fire Department, Lt. Brian Phillips said it’s not uncommon to hear about a couple of injuries —
ALTOONA — A temporary village of at least 50 ice shacks once again sits atop the more than foot-thick sheet of ice covering Lake Altoona.
As winter hurls Eau Claire residents into frigid temperatures and icy roads, librarians are leveraging their literary and community connections to center public focus on the
Lucas Solie of Altoona might have returned from fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the war continues inside him.