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Dead Crow Tests Positive for West Nile (7/19/18) [Read More]
American Barnstormers Tour (7/19/18) [Read More]
FIVE INTERVIEW: Beep Baseball World Series (7/19/18) [Read More]
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Multiple crews are on the scene of an incident on I-94 in Eau Claire County. [Read More]
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A few weeks ago, ten-year-old Kadyn rode his bike to the library, but after forgetting to lock it up outside, it was stolen. Now he's... [Read More]
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Students and staff at Western Technical College were out Thursday to clean up campus... [Read More]
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Rides, food, and of course animals, can be found all over the fairgrounds... [Read More]
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(Air date 7/19) Hello Wisconsin goes live to check out the planes and hear from the organizers of the American Barnstormers Tour. [Read More]
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A corrections officer was attacked and killed at a Minnesota prison Wednesday afternoon. [Read More]
More school safety grant winners have been announced by Wisconsin Attorney General Brad Schimel. [Read More]
A dead crow has tested positive for West Nile Virus in Chippewa County. [Read More]
No name is being released at this time. [Read More]
Eau Claire County Highway Commissioner Jon Johnson wants the public to be aware of a road closure starting Thursday, July 19. [Read More]
In its 29th year, fans can expect a few changes to traffic, fest policies and amenities. [Read More]
U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin introduced the 'Go Pack Go Act' Wednesday to make sure all Wisconsinites, no matter where they live across the state, can... [Read More]
A local farmer concerned with the deer count in Eau Claire County says his crops have suffered because of over-population. [Read More]
Japanese beetles emerge from the soil as adult beetles and begin feeding in June. They usually attack plants in groups; which is why damage is... [Read More]
A former U.S postal service employee in Polk County accused of stealing from other people's mail has been sentenced. [Read More]
You've heard about tick and mosquito bites carrying a multitude of illnesses, but this time of year you should be warned: an area expert says... [Read More]
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