A video of the fight went viral on social media, but has since been removed. However, it was up long enough to be picked up by national outlet Barstool Sports.
Eau Claire County Sheriff Ron Cramer said the men were trafficking meth and heroin at two homes on Main Street in the small town.
Eau claire students celebrated National History Day by presenting projects they’d worked on for weeks.
Eau Claire (WQOW) – Mary Ann Hardebeck plans to retire from the Eau Claire Area School District at the end of next school year. Hardebeck
For the first time this winter, snowmobilers are finally able to head out onto local trails.
Gums said when you walk through the doors you will see hundreds of different types of art ranging from pottery to woodwork.
An FBI investigation led to 49 child sexual assault and child porn charges against a Pierce County man.
Brittany Miller has been a country singer since she was 16 and is part of a band called ‘Ever Road.’
Clearing off your car, plowing or shoveling your driveway can be a pain after a big winter storm, but imagine what that’s like for car dealerships.
An Eau Claire man charged after his roommate said he raped her was found not competent in Eau Claire County Court.
What Menomonie Police Department officers thought was an old box of paperwork tucked away for years, turned out to be a treasure trove of vintage items.
A Chippewa Falls mom accused of exposing her young children to meth was sentenced Friday.
According to Barron County Sheriff Chris Fitzgerald the crash happened on Highway 48 east of Cumberland just after 8 a.m.
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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Police in Milwaukee say three people were shot inside a residence after an altercation escalated. The shooting happened around 3 a.m. Saturday.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers will propose decriminalizing marijuana in his plan for the next state budget.
Authorities say a 50-year-old man died in a car fire after his car became stuck in the snow in the front yard of a Merrimac residence.
Advocates say Wisconsin’s nearly 400 nursing facilities are in crisis due to a shortage of workers and the state’s low Medicaid reimbursement rate.
A report says Wisconsin last year saw a slight decrease in the number of students who received breakfast at school through a federally subsidized nutrition program.