U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Wisconsin Timothy O’Shea announced Thursday that Timothy McDowell was sentenced today by U.S. District Judge William Conley to 25 years in prison for producing child pornography.
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.
If you are looking to stock up on things to read, watch, or listen to, the Friends of the Marathon County Public Library Book Sale is hosting a public book sale at the library’s Wausau Headquarters located at 300 N. First St.
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.
The second-annual “Rock Infused Orchestra” presented by the Wausau Conservatory of Music brings over 220 string orchestra students in grades 6-12 from the Wausau area together for a day of learning through rock music.
After a year of building a resettlement agency and setting up new lives for 160 people seeking refuge, the Multicultural Community Center - Wausau is celebrating those lives and the community that has supported those efforts.
The Wisconsin DNR and the Department of Health Services announced Wednesday a new PFAS-based consumption advisory for several fish species in Lake Wausau and the Stevens Point Flowage based on fish sampling.
The Center for the Visual Arts and Melinda Childs, juror for this year’s show, announced Saturday the award recipients for best in show for the “33rd Annual Midwest Seasons” exhibit at the Center for the Visual Arts in Wausau.
Friday, U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin joined city officials from Wausau and Rib Mountain to tour the new Wausau Water Treatment Plant. She also highlighted the over $3.3 million in federal funding Sen. Baldwin secured for PFAS remediation for the City of Wausau and the Rib Mountain Sanitary District.
The City of Wausau has been chosen to receive the 2023 Audrey Nelson Award from the National Community Development Association for the redevelopment of the former Ponderosa Motel property on Grand Avenue into the Ross Avenue Apartments.
On Thursday, staff from the Wausau Department of Public Works presented the latest information on snow plowing operations in the Wausau area to the Capital Improvements and Street Maintenance Committee.
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.
Commemorating his work for racial equality and social justice, Martin Luther King Jr. Day will be celebrated with two public events at UW-Stevens Point at Wausau Jan. 16, and at UW-Stevens Point main campus on Jan. 24.
During the pandemic, the federal government increased Wisconsin FoodShare benefits to help make sure people could feed their families. Wednesday it was announced that those benefits will end next month.
In the fight capital of the world, Las Vegas, the most competitive field of combat robots ever assembled have come to wage war with one goal in mind, to qualify for the BattleBots World Championship VII.
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office arrested Paul Johnson of Laona on Thursday for using a computer to facilitate a child sex crime, child enticement, and attempted sexual assault of a child less than 16 years old.