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.
News 18’s coverage of Jayme Closs’ abduction along with our coverage of the meth crisis in our area earned the station three Eric Sevareid Awards from the Midwest Broadcast Journalist Association.
Each month News 18 features an Eau Claire student as our “Student of the Month.” This month we meet an Eau Claire Memorial senior, Sierra Auleta who is looking back at her accomplishments as graduation is fastly approaching.
The Chippewa Fire District hosted it’s annual chicken feed fundraiser Sunday afternoon at the Hallie Fire Station, to honor the Chippewa Falls Girl Scout Troop 3055.
Saturday morning was the first kick-off event for a new organization called ‘Beds 4 Kids.’
Volunteers spent Saturday morning getting their hands dirty to help Eau Claire look clean and fresh this spring.
It was a dream Christmas for Talena Hengst – tickets to see her idol Garth Brooks in concert next weekend. Now, instead of getting ready for that concert she is fighting for her life in a Rochester hospital bed.
The DeLong Middle School grounds are a little cleaner today thanks to some Best Buddies.
Students at UW-Eau Claire were able to pick up some fresh produce without leaving campus.
Officials behind Sculpture Tour Eau Claire reported no pieces of 2018’s tour were vandalized, paving the way for another great year.
Onalaska (WQOW/WXOW) – A Wisconsin woman has found her life’s work in helping survivors of abuse erase scars that harbor painful memories. For survivors of