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Geographically, Wausau is in the heart of Marathon County, which is in the heart of the state of Wisconsin. The name â€œWausauâ€ means â€œfaraway placeâ€ or â€œa place which can be seen from far awayâ€ in the Chippewa language. The Wisconsin River runs through Wausau and has been a main reason for its growth. Some of the notable residents of the city through the years have included NFL players like Hall-of-Famers Elroy â€œCrazy Legsâ€ Hirsch and Jim Otto, and QB Dave Krieg.
Local Newspapers: Wausau Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Local Colleges: Northcentral Technical College
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Student pleads 'not guilty' in guns-in-vehicle case Thursday, February 15
WAUSAU, WI A Mosinee High School student entered a 'not guilty' pleas Wednesday to having a rifle, a pistol, and several knives in his pickup truck in the parking lot at Mosinee High School while he went to class. 17-year-old Logan Kasat is charged with one felony, possession of a firearm on grounds of a school, and four misdemeanors in the January 3rd incident.Father charged in diabetes death of teen son
A Wausau father is accused of failing to manage and treat his teenage son's diabetes, leading to the boy's death. Forty-nine-year-old Robert Glazner is charged with second-degree reckless homicide in the death of 15-year-old Bryden Glazner.Wausau man arrested in connection with his son's death Tuesday, February 13
Newline 9 reports that 49-year-old Robert Glazner has been arrested in Sheboygan in connection with his son's death last year. Bryden Glanzer was found unresponsive in a home on Parcher Street on August 4th.VIDEO: Man Steals Crucifix From Church, Uses it to Attack Fox News Sign
A Chicago man has been arrested in Wisconsin for stealing a Crucifix from a church and using it to attack the digital sign outside the local Fox 11 studios. Brendan McSweeney, 29, allegedly stole the Crucifix from the Nativity of Our Lord Parish in Wausau, Wisconsin, around 8:45 a.m. on Friday.Man suspected in TV station damage arrested in Wausau
A man accused of stealing a large crucifix from a church near Green Bay and using it to damage a sign outside a TV station is now facing disorderly conduct charges in Marathon County. Police in Wausau arrested 29-year-old Brendan McSweeney following a disturbance at a restaurant Friday night.Lincoln County Sheriff's reports
A 46-year-old Tomahawk man was cited Monday morning after a traffic stop. A deputy stopped the car for a speeding violation at 1:39 a.m. The driver showed signs of impairment and was taken into custody for a first offense of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated.Wausau woman in custody after car crashes into home
No one was hurt. Officers said a 20-year-old Wausau woman was visiting a male resident at 909 Plumer Street before she got into an argument with him, on Sunday around 4 p.m. Upon leaving, the woman tried to back out of the driveway, scraped her car along the home, crossed the pavement and came to a stop at 910 Plumer Street, the home across the road.Wausau Will Not Be Fined for Wastewater SpillFriday, February...
The City of Wausau will not be fined for a wastewater spill that caused gallons of waste to be spewed into the Wisconsin River. The DNR says about 3.7 million gallons of waste spilled back in January due to a blockage in a pipe near Sturgeon Eddy Road.Longtime Conservative Talk Host Departs
WTAQ has announced that Jerry Bader will no longer host the Jerry Bader Show, which aired Monday through Friday from 9-11 am. In addition to WTAQ in the Green Bay/Appleton market, Bader's show aired on WHBL in Sheboygan and WSAU in Wausau/Stevens Point.The Gazette
A Gazette file photo shows company officials entering the headquarters of Beloit radioisotope producer and supplier NorthStar Medical Radioisotopes. NorthStar says it received federal drug approval Thursday to hit the market with medical molybdenum-99 it plans to sell to customers, including specialty pharmacies.Worker Shortage in Central Wisconsin to be DiscussedThursday,...
The Wausau Region Chamber of Commerce is partnering with North Central Workforce Development to bring a series of meetings about the region's worker shortage to the area. Derek Heikkinen says there's no end in site for the problem because we don't have enough workers to replace those that are reaching retirement age.Man accused of trying to kill his unborn child
This Feb. 1, 2018, photo provided by the Marathon County Sheriff's Department shows Jeffrey Smith. The central Wisconsin man is accused of trying to kill his unborn child by spiking the water bottle of the woman carrying the fetus with abortion pills.Testing shows increased chemical levels in Thomas St soil Thursday, February 8
A third-party test of chemical levels in the soil under Thomas Street show increased levels of possible cancer-causing fumes. Newsline 9 reports the test was completed by Sand Creek Consultants and paid for by residents in the area that are opposed to the widening of the street, which is scheduled to be completed this summer and would involve the city taking over more than a dozen properties along the corridor.Mayor Mielke on the Wausau Center Mall
We learned that city leaders are urging the owners of the Wausau Center Mall to sell the property at Tuesday night's Economic Development meeting. Wausau Mayor Robert Mielke spoke with WAOW Newsline 9 and reminded people that the city does have zero say in the matter.Marathon County Crimestoppers revisit Jhen murder Wednesday, February 7
Brian Douglas Jehn was last seen at a bar in Wausau on September 23rd, 1988. Two months later his remains were found in a wooded area south of Mosinee.Man Arrested After Trying to Kill Unborn ChildWednesday, February...
The Wausau Police Department says they arrested 33-year-old Jeffery Smith on February 1st. The investigation into Smith first began on January 28th, according to authorities.Water Works briefed on waste spill Tuesday, February 6
Public Works Director Eric Lindman provided the Wausau Water Works committee with an update on the sewage spill that sent over three million gallons of untreated waste water into the Wisconsin River in late January. He says there's a lot that remains unknown about the plug that led to the spill, his people are still waiting on test samples from the DNR to provide some clarity.
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