In the heart of Native American Heritage Month, UW-Eau Claire is working to share the history and culture of indigenous people who have called the Chippewa Valley home for centuries.
Curt Harrison was riding motorcycle in July 2018 when a deer jumped in front of him. He totaled his motorcycle and was in the hospital for 13 days.
Personal belongings have been showing up in plenty of places all over Chippewa County after last week’s devastating tornado.
A Township firefighter is recovering after having a heart attack on the job last week. Now, the community is pitching in to help him back on his feet.
The Altoona Police Department is unveiling a uniform change as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Each month News 18 features an area student as our “Student of the Month.” This month, meet a Memorial High School senior whose activities outside of the classroom makes her September’s recipient.
Owner Brenda Johnson said most of her students are between the ages of two and five, but said even babies can learn some signs.
The generosity of our community has helped exceed the fundraising goal to bring a program to the county that will make it easier to find some of our most vulnerable citizens.
Feeding Wisconsin celebrated a large grant to Feed My People Food Bank by volunteering to help out.
Governor Tony Evers and state officials split up and toured eight craft breweries across the state – including the Brewing Projekt in downtown Eau Claire as part of Wisconsin Craft Brewery Day.
Steven and his family are gone camping while the lifetime TV show, “Military Makeover” completely transforms the veteran’s home.
A massive piece of artwork is adding a splash of color to downtown Eau Claire.