recent offbeat stories
It’s all hands on deck after a tornado tore through northwestern Wisconsin last week and flooding persisted in several communities across the region.
Stirred by their love for their late daughter, her struggles and their knowledge that many struggle with issues each day, Jeff and Margaret Jackson are carrying her desire to
I’ve always been a sucker for a good mystery, so when my cousin Larry King sent me an email a few weeks ago about one he was hoping to solve, I jumped at the chance to
Both Andrew Holland and Joe Craven seemed destined for entrepreneurism.
Some people entering the worship center at Central Lutheran Church on Ash Wednesday stopped in their tracks. Others came in and looked and then sat down and looked some more.
MADISON — In groups of a half dozen or so, 65 Chippewa Valley residents made their way Thursday through the stately marble halls of Wisconsin’s state capitol
New York has the Statue of Liberty, San Francisco the Golden Gate Bridge and St. Louis the Gateway Arch.
One of the first things Nigel Hayes and other stars of the Wisconsin Badgers men’s basketball team did after last weekend’s Senior Night victory over Minnesota
For more than a century, Eau Claire’s main economic drivers involved sawdust and smokestacks.
The small businesses that make up the Eau Claire area’s taxicab industry now have a little more competition.
Twenty years ago Jana and Pat Hughes dealt with every parent’s worst nightmare: the death of a child.
Tim Brudnicki stared intently at the partially finished structure in front of him, thought for a moment as he envisioned the next step building it, then said quietly “I
The countdown has begun.
Lucas Solie of Altoona might have returned from fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan, but the war continues inside him.
Silver-white translucent puffs of air hovered above the Chippewa River in downtown Eau Claire Friday, forming a beautiful blanket of fog above the water’s surface