Customers of a business in Schofield are expressing their frustrations after they say they paid for services they did not receive. It comes as the Everest Metro Police Department asks for people to report if they believe they “have been a victim of theft” by Meraki Salon and Tattoo.
The Wausau investment agent and broker who was barred from the industry last year is now facing felony criminal charges in federal court, a day after the Securities and Exchange Commission filed its own set of charges against Tony Liddle for violating its laws.
Thursday, Wausau announced its municipal drinking water is “PFAS free,” after its new water treatment facility came online with new mitigation systems. It comes nearly a year after another announcement, sharing that all of its municipal wells had levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances above recommended state standards at the time.
Another department within the Marshfield Clinic Health System has been dissolved as of Thursday. The Telehealth team of 18 employees was told in a meeting Oct. 27 that their positions were being eliminated due to “business reasons,” effective Dec. 1.
Aspirus Network Inc. and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield in Wisconsin on Wednesday announced a new agreement that ensures continued in-network access to care for all of Anthem’s members at Aspirus Network providers and facilities.
People who have been sexually assaulted and want to get a forensic exam in and around Marshfield will now have to travel to Weston to receive care within the Marshfield Clinic Health System. Last week Marshfield Medical Center-Marshfield notified staff that the program is being eliminated due to “business reasons.”
For those currently on or anticipating coverage with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, many are crossing their fingers as the insurance company negotiates with one of the two primary medical providers in the area: Aspirus.
As Election Day draws near, crime has been a frequent topic in attack ads and campaign speeches, but some of the comments need more context. Many viewers have asked to have a breakdown of what has been said in the race for Wisconsin governor.
Aspirus patients with Network Health Medicare Advantage plans that cover out-of-network providers are in limbo as the two organizations disagree about the legal interpretation of certain Medicare rules.
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield and Aspirus are in active negotiations, with both organizations saying they are hoping to come to an agreement to become part of each other’s health network. However, patients are getting confused.
Some central Wisconsin patients have been having unusual experiences when checking in for appointments, and receiving letters from Aspirus and their insurance agencies relating to out-of-network notices.
By Heather Poltrock, Emily Davies and Lindsay Alowairdi
Essentia Health and Marshfield Clinic Health System announced today they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to evaluate how the two organizations might combine to form an integrated regional health system.
Religious spaces are often considered sanctuaries, safe places where people can spiritually learn, grow, and heal. For some who have experienced abuse within the congregation, its members, or leaders, that sanctuary can become a recurring source of trauma.
As the 2021 Youth Risk Behavior Survey results for individual schools are released, districts are heading into a new school year with data straight from students about their mental health and wellbeing.
Curiosity is growing among municipalities, businesses, and individuals as more communities around Wisconsin learn their drinking water is contaminated with what are known as, “forever chemicals,” per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, or PFAS.
Communication this summer between a Wausau resident and city leaders related to testing for PFAS in the city’s drinking water is coming into question following the city’s announcement that all of its municipal wells have been found with levels of the chemical beyond state recommendations.
Children ask a lot of questions; it is how they learn about themselves and the world around them. With everything that has gone on in the world over the last two years, students have plenty of things to ask about. The people they know who have at least some answers to their questions are teachers.
As part of the budget the legislature passed this week, $2 million in federal COVID-19 relief will be added to the well compensation program. The program helps compensate eligible people if they have contaminated well water, but a lot of people who need the help are not eligible.
As research continues to analyze the full scope and impact of the problem of nitrate-contaminated groundwater in the central sands region of Wisconsin, newer research is turning toward finding solutions to the problem.
As the COVID-19 vaccine distribution unfolded around the world, country, and state, the systems were not perfect. 7 Investigates obtained records showing Wisconsinites’ concerns and how the Wisconsin Department of Health Services handled them.
The monitor, court-ordered to ensure that the Department of Corrections is following the court’s order to improve conditions at the state’s only youth prison, submitted her most positive review of the facility yet.
The deputy Department of Health Services secretary, Julie Willems Van Dijk told reporters Tuesday that she is not aware that the rare, but serious reaction to the Johnson & Johnson (Janssen) COVID-19 vaccine has occurred in Wisconsin.
The charging document the City of Marshfield served then-Marshfield Police Chief Rick Gramza in December asking for his removal reveals the reasons the city no longer wanted him to be the chief of police and shares details of another sexual relationship.
About 100 Marshfield citizens jointly filed three complaints Monday morning with the City of Marshfield and the Marshfield Police Department against members of the city government asking for an investigation into their conduct and removal from office.
The communications director for the Wisconsin Department of Corrections confirmed Wednesday a youth counselor at Lincoln Hills/Copper Lake Schools is recovering after an assault at the facility Tuesday morning.