The arts scene in the Chippewa Valley is expanding thanks to a new film festival this week in Menomonie.
The Big Boy is coming to town and Altoona leaders are putting the final touches on prep work to make your experience one to remember.
Fresh off his appearances at County Jam in Eau Claire, local fan favorite Chris Kroeze is getting ready to perform again in the Chippewa Valley.
Fair officials said this year, a new competition has kids using Lego’s to re-create well-known buildings around Chippewa Falls.
Organizers are looking to celebrate Eau Claire’s history of success on the ice with a new mural at Hobbs Ice Arena.
Some budding artists are learning about leadership while sprucing up Eau Claire’s Career Development Center.
Every year the American Red Cross recognizes everyday heroes in northwest Wisconsin.
Talk about a Kodak moment. A picture of brothers new to Eau Claire is making its way around the World Wide Web – for a fishy reason.
14 different groups performed for nearly 2,000 people Sunday at Williams Stadium at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
Both local and out of state enthusiasts came to see and buy all kinds of toy trains presented by different clubs and vendors.
The Beaver Creek Reserve has finally opened its butterfly exhibit for the season, welcoming over 10 types of the species into its butterfly house.
For the second year, an Eau Claire Parks & Rec soccer league promoted competition and community, while showcasing the diversity of the game.
Visit Eau Claire says all of the Independence Day celebrations will kick off a valuable month of tourism here.