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Crash Victims Named

Trempealeau County Sheriff's officials have identified 3 people killed in a crash on Highway 95 near Arcadia Monday morning. Read more...

Slain Journalist a Marquette Grad

Islamic leaders in Iraq released a video yesterday which appeared to show the beheading of Marquette graduate and journalist James Foley.   Read more...

3rd District Challenger Kurtz Wants Turnover in Unpopular Congress

The challenger for the 3rd District congressional seat made his first visit to Eau Claire since winning last week's Republican primary. Tony Kurtz says dismal approval ratings for congress are a sign that voters should replace long-serving representatives Read more...

Forum Seeks to Help Local Businesses Connect With Customers Overseas

Doing business worldwide was the topic of a forum for local businesses in Eau Claire today. US Representative Ron Kind and the Chairman of the Export-Import Bank of the United States, Fred Hochberg hosted a Global Access Forum. Read more...

Eau Claire Confluence Project Not Part of UW Capital Budget, But Could Still Receive State Funding

The Universty of Wisconsin Board of Regents is set to reaffirm its support for Eau Claire's proposed Confluence Project this week, but will not include the project as part of the next UW capital budget. Read more...

Three Killed in Trempealeau County Crash

Three people were killed in a crash in Trempealeau County this morning. Read more...

Log Truck Overturns

A log truck tipped over on Highway 12 just east of Fall Creek this morning, blocking traffic. Read more...

Altoona to Present River Prairie Development Plan

You can find out more about plans for the development of the River Prairie interchange in Altoona at a public session Tuesday night.   Read more...

Johnson: Isis is a Threat That is Not Going Away

Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson tells "Fox News Sunday" ISIS is a threat and is not going away.   Read more...

Motor Home Fire Shuts Down Interstate

A motor home fire affected traffic on Interstate 94 near Baldwin yesterday morning. Read more...