An Eau Claire woman is celebrating the anniversary of a library, open 24-hours-a-day, and where you don’t need a card to check out a book.
They said the mother duck was hit and the ducklings were lost and about to go into traffic when officers arrived and collected all 13 of them.
Women got the chance to relax and network at the 16th annual Women’s Business Conference at UW-Eau Claire on Thursday.
It’s a positive event meant to inspire others and show how just one person can make a difference.
A local high school student won the 2019 state poetry competition and is headed to nationals.
Eau Claire’s creative community is one of the city’s biggest draws. Now, a local museum will explore the area’s musical history.
Feed My People is announcing a building expansion that will more than double the size of the current facility.
A GoFundMe has been started for John Hase who lost everything in a Menomonie house fire last week.
The Township Fire Department covers more than 200 square miles in Eau Claire County and there is just one person responsible for making sure the more than 100 volunteer firefighters are there to help when an emergency strikes.
About 50 families lined up outside the Salvation Army for more than an hour Friday morning waiting for the doors to “Baby Palooza” to open
A local organization is doing what it can to end hunger in the Chippewa Valley.
Students at Regis Catholic Schools tied some warmth and comfort together for area kids who might need a little extra at times.
It was the third Weather Academy of the 2018-2019 school year.