Move over Snoopy and Spiderman, some Eau Claire high school students will be marching to steal the show at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Officials said they hope it can help entice students to stay in Wisconsin after graduation, while helping businesses get the most out of their interns.
A number of people saw a Blue Angel streaking across the skies above the Chippewa Valley on Tuesday. It was all in preparation for the upcoming air show and it was extra special for one little girl.
For decades, a little-known cemetery in Menomonie sat overrun and uncared for. This month’s Jefferson Award winner is honoring the dead by bringing a little beauty back to their final resting place.
Halloween movies and sweet treats were provided for the dozen people that donated.
Instead of donuts or Mountain Dew, the radio stations of iHeartMedia are handing out a different product on Tuesday – bras.
Whether it’s dance, band or forensics, News 18’s October Student of the Month says the fine arts have helped her grow.
Dozens of performers from across the Chippewa Valley took to the stage to show off their talents to raise money for the fight against homelessness.
Eat Street has been on a mission to find the best cheese curds in Wisconsin. On Friday, that quest ended in Eau Claire.
Hope Gospel Mission’s men, women, and children residents will have new rides to school, programs and job training thanks to the donation of three passenger vans from Markquart Motors.
Dozens of police departments across the Midwest, including some here in the Chippewa Valley, are vying for your votes for their police dogs.
Feed My People is now able to serve a larger number of people in the Chippewa Valley thanks to their new warehouse expansion.
Earlier this month, Eau Claire Memorial Junior Charlie Thompson qualified to compete at the 2020 Winter Youth Olympics in curling.