For decades Don Litchfield sold used cars from a white building on East Clairemont Avenue, just west of the intersection of U.S. 12 and 53.
Eau Claire North left no doubt in getting its revenge on city rival Memorial.
MENOMONIE — The public needs to become more vigilant and discerning when it comes across “fake news” stories on the internet, said a University of Minnesota
The Glenwood City man who reportedly killed his mother at her rural Hudson residence over the weekend fired about 20 shots at police during a 50-mile chase that ended with
ALTOONA — The Altoona school board passed a resolution Monday to start a fundraising campaign for a sports complex renovation but postponed voting on whether to
MENOMONIE — The defense lawyer for a rural Menomonie man says his client acted in self-defense when he shot his brother-in-law on Dec. 2.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — The Chippewa Falls school board has hired a consulting firm to help examine the next step after the public rejected two referendums totaling $159
MENOMONIE — The Menomonie City Council is pondering allowing pooches in city parks.
Ten people were displaced, but none injured, as a result of two blazes early Sunday in northwestern Wisconsin.
ELK MOUND — The traps come quickly and aggressively. The rotations happen in a flash. Fouls and botched assignments are rare. Steals and transition layups are common.
The Eau Claire school board passed a resolution Monday to send open enrolling high school students to North High School as a way to make enrollment between the schools more
HUDSON — The suspect in the killing of his mother in St. Croix County killed himself in his vehicle early Sunday morning following a chase that covered more than 50
Editor’s note: Gimme 5 is a five-question interview on a topic of local interest.
MENOMONIE — Video games, played via television screens, smartphones and computers, are ubiquitous today. They have become so mainstream that UW-Stout and other
If Kenneth Pereira had to sum up the musical “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” in two words, he’d choose “obsession”