The woman who was the first to help Jayme Closs after she escaped her alleged abductor earlier this year was honored in Madison on Thursday.
A new interactive display is helping residents at The Classic take a trip down memory lane.
A local farm is making some changes, thanks to the muddy mess from all of the melting snow.
Feeling down in the winter and wishing there was something to do? Well, Eau Claire leaders are hoping that will soon change
A local fan favorite turned Hollywood is back to selling out shows right here in his own backyard.
Thanks to the generosity of the Eau Claire community, 20018 was a record year for an area foundation.
Hormel Foods, the parent company of Jennie-O, said it’ll donate the $25,000 it had offered in reward money for information leading to Jayme Closs directly to the 13-year-old girl.
If you decide to take in a performance at the Pablo Center, make sure you check out the lights. They’re just one of the reasons owners were recognized on Tuesday.
After an $88-million referendum was passed in 2016, we are starting to see some of those tax dollars come to fruition in Eau Claire.
With the ongoing government shutdown, some federal workers are going without pay, so an Eau Claire eatery is helping out those impacted locally.
We’re still months from Easter, but a local woman is asking for your help so she can help make Easter morning special for kids in our area.
Meet News 18’s Student of the Month for January – Megan Pekula.
It’s ice cold outside now, but before long the dog days of summer will be back and you will be searching for a cold treat to help cool off.