A city of Eau Claire order to demolish a home at 2509 Peebles St. before the end of this year has prompted pushback from the family of the house’s former owner.
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — Wisconsin’s Jonathan Taylor kept pounding away on his thick, strong legs Saturday.
Changes Eau Claire homeowners will see on the bottom line of their tax bills next month will be due in large part to “for sale” signs that popped up in their neighborhoods in recent years.
The dull gray of woodlands in November was once again dotted with blaze orange Saturday for opening day of Wisconsin’s nine-day gun deer season.
The everyday products used for “huffing” seem so ordinary, but their abuse can lead to consequences that are extraordinarily tragic.
Finding himself on “kind of a dogleg hole,” Ken Bell wanted to hit his golf ball as hard as he could.
The Eau Claire school board at its Monday night meeting is scheduled to approve plans for listening sessions regarding potential plans to redraw elementary school boundaries.
PARADISE, Calif. — From the ashes of a mobile home and RV park, President Donald Trump said Saturday he came to the heart of California’s killer wildfire to fully grasp the scale of the desolation wrought on the landscape.
With an election looming, courts earlier this year declared congressional districts in two states to be unconstitutional partisan gerrymanders. One map was redrawn. The other was not.
Editor’s note: Astronomy Update is published on the third Saturday of the month, is provided by the Chippewa Valley Astronomical Society and is compiled by Lauren Likkel of the UW-Eau Claire physics and astronomy department.
DORAIS PRESENTATION: The Chippewa County Genealogy Society will meet at 10 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 24, at the History Center, 123 Allen St., Chippewa Falls.
Two games into the season, UW-Eau Claire women’s basketball is already dealing with both injury and illness.
HUDSON — Several people with insight into a bizarre shooting death case 25 years ago say it’s time to have a man charged in criminal court.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — Shortly after Madalyn Zwiefelhofer arrived at Mayo Clinic Health System in Eau Claire on Nov. 3, doctors asked the 10-year-old girl basic questions about if she knew her name and where she was. Zwiefelhofer had survived a crash that left four people dead.
A shift in independent voters toward Democrats took away the consistent, comfortable margins of victory Republican Gov. Scott Walker enjoyed in his prior elections and gave Tony Evers the narrow win last week, according to a polling expert.
A bill that would remove endangered-species protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states narrowly was passed Friday by the House of Represenatives.
The newly hired Eau Claire economic development manager said his diverse background in business and economic development, along with experience addressing some of the same economic issues the city faces, should serve him well in his new job.
Buying, selling property among items on RDA’s upcoming agenda
Health dept. plans conversations
Arianna Lott flipped through a pile of gratitude journals Thursday, showing off the colorful covers and stories inside the booklets.
An emaciated 2-year old doe that died from chronic wasting disease this spring in the Eau Claire County town of Brunswick has state biologists wondering if it was an isolated case or if CWD is more common among deer in the region.
SEATTLE — After a shaky beginning, Russell Wilson got hot in the fourth quarter and kept the Seattle Seahawks in the middle of the NFC playoff race.
A house on Eau Claire’s north side that has been home to all sorts of illegal activities in recent years has been declared unfit for human habitation after inspections revealed ongoing problems with garbage, animal feces and other issues at the property deemed a danger to human health and safety.
State Department of Natural Resources officials are investigating reports of illegal deer poaching in Eau Claire County just days out from Wisconsin’s gun deer season opener.
A man injured in a multiple-vehicle crash just before noon on Thursday in rural Trempealeau County was flown by helicopter to an area hospital.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — A New Auburn man who was accused of a sexual assault in 2014 has pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a woman in April 2017.
The Chippewa Valley Free Clinic, which provides free medical services in the Chippewa Valley to those who cannot afford it, on Dec. 4 will open its newly renovated home at 1030 Oak Ridge Drive.
The annual holiday bazaar and bake sale at Dove Healthcare-West Eau Claire, 1405 Truax Blvd., will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday.
A 27-year-old Eau Claire man is accused of repeatedly harming an Eau Claire woman.
Sons of Norway to feature talk about Olympic skier
An Eau Claire resident injured in a bicycle accident involving a manhole is suing the city of Eau Claire and others.
In kicking off the Christmas season, Eau Claire city officials and others have some winter fun up their sleeves.
For many writers, getting the words on the page is the “easy” part. It’s the next step that gets tricky.
The Chippewa Valley Symphony Orchestra will tune you into the holiday spirit today with its annual Christmas Stroll.
Fires Wednesday morning ravaged two west-central Wisconsin properties, destroying a mobile home in the Eau Claire County town of Ludington and a barn and two smaller buildings at a rural Osseo farm belonging to Wisconsin Public Television host Inga Witscher.
The photographer who took a photo in May of a group of Baraboo High School students making what appears to be a Nazi salute that has prompted a nationwide uproar has ties to Eau Claire.
With demand for its services rising and space dwindling, Bolton Refuge House is about to grow — again.
MILWAUKEE — The FBI is examining additional surveillance video taken from an expanded area around the Wisconsin home where a couple was shot and killed and their daughter was apparently abducted, the sheriff leading the investigation said Wednesday.
Barron resident Chris Kroeze's musical talents netted him a spot in NBC's "The Voice's" final phase of competition, with the singer's performance Monday of "Have You Ever Seen the Rain?"
ALTOONA — For years, vehicles have pulled in and out of the unpaved parking area at Arnie’s Service Center, tracking dirt and other debris from the auto repair garage site onto Spooner Avenue and dirtying storm water runoff, city officials say.
I’ve hunted pheasant in both North and South Dakota, from New Town to the north to Mitchell to the south and from the Black Hills to the west to the Red River Valley in the east. And I’ve hunted in the warm early season and in the last bitterly cold winter week.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — After several years of tracking a prized deer, Joshua Gawrysiak shot the “buck of a lifetime” on Saturday in the northeast corner of Chippewa Falls.
The Eau Claire school district is among 96 percent of the state’s 422 public school districts to meet or exceed state educational standards, according to the 2017-18 report card issued Tuesday by the state Department of Public Instruction.
The most traumatic day of Channa Steinmetz’s life began with a telephone call shortly after midnight last Thursday.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — The Chippewa Falls Police Department may be getting an additional police officer under a preliminary budget moving forward.
CHIPPEWA FALLS — McDonell Area Catholic Schools has filed a small claims lawsuit against the school system’s former boys high school basketball coach and athletic director.
Worried that increasing building permit fees could hamper efforts to encourage more affordable housing in Eau Claire, the City Council postponed raising them during Tuesday evening’s meeting.
Man charged in burglary of Closs house is bound over for trial
Radio station food drive to help Feed My People