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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 “Wausau” means “faraway place” or “a place which can be seen from far away” 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 “Crazy Legs” Hirsch and Jim Otto, and QB Dave Krieg.

Population: 38426
Local Newspapers: Wausau Daily Herald
Local Sports Teams: Green Bay Packers (NFL)
Local Colleges: Northcentral Technical College

Zip Codes associated with wausau, wisconsin: 54401 54403
Towns/Cities near wausau, wisconsin : Schofield Rothschild Weston Kelly Brokaw Rib Mountain

Wausau News
Entrepreneurs in unexpected places: How one Midwest city promotes diverse local innovation

This diverse crowd was gathered for the first International Wisconsin Ginseng Festival. While many may be surprised that such an event would be held in the middle of Wisconsin's rolling hills and scenic lakes, it is locally a $50 million industry with a long history.

Wausau Women's Club learns about a day in the life of a meteorologist

Members of the Wausau Women's Club spent time with Newsline 9 Meteorologist Samantha Kuffel to learn about forecasting the weather. "We have been around for 141-years," Berg said.

Drug charges pending from Friday-morning incident Monday, March 12

A 36-year-old woman and 36-year-old man will make their initial court appearance today in Marathon County in connection to the raid. Police Captain Ben Graham says they were found in a home in the 1400 block of Stark Street in Wausau.

Person-of-interest in homicide pleads 'not guilty' to domestic violence Monday, March 12

WAUSAU, WI A person-of-interest in a Wausau homicide entered a 'not guilty' plea Monday to two domestic violence felonies. 56-year-old Lee Franck denies any involvement in the death of Lyle Leith.

Wisconsin distillery uses Scottish techniques

Mike McDonald places an orange peel in a cocktail at State Line Distillery in Madison, Wis., on Feb. 8, 2018. Owner John Mleziva, along with his partners in distilling, Mark Anunson and Mike McDonald, opened the distillery in September, and it was a dream that was years in the making for Mleziva.

Master Artist announced for Woodson Art Museuma s annual a Birds in Arta exhibition

Pastel artist Cindy House has been named the 2018 Master Artist for the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum's 43rd annual "Birds in Art" exhibition scheduled for the fall. The museum in Wausau, Wisconsin, will honor House with the Master Wildlife Artist Medal during the exhibits opening on September 8. Her art has been included in the exhibition 26 times since 1981 , and she will have about 12 pieces make up the 2018 Master Artist grouping for this year's exhibition.

Father pleads 'not guilty' in son's diabetic death Friday, March 9

WAUSAU, WI A 49-year-old father entered a 'not guilty' plea to charges related to the death of his 15-year-old son. Robert Glazner is accused of failing to properly manage and treat his son's diabetes, leading to the boy's death.

Unbeaten Black Hawk cruises to D5 final.

The Black Hawk Warriors held Wausau Newman Catholic off the scoreboard for nearly 8 minutes building a 14-0 lead and they never looked back, rolling to a 57-31 victory in the first Division 5 semifinal this morning at the Resch Center. By halftime, Black Hawk was up 26-9 as Newman was just of 3 of 20 from the floor.

Second Teenager Accuses Former Wausau East Employee of Sexual...

Ileana Ionescu says she was sexually assaulted by 46-year-old Kurtis Hornby in 2016. That's according to USA Today Wisconsin.

Wausau Paratransit sees increased ridership Thursday, March 8

Wausau's Metro Ride Paratransit busses saw an increased ridership for the third consecutive year in 2017, which brings both good and bad problems to Director Greg Seubert. "It's a double-edged sword; there's certainly a cost to that increased ridership, and we are happy to be serving more folks in the community," said Seubert.


The North Central Wisconsin Woodland Owners' Association Conference was held in Wausau last Saturday. Land owners from across north central Wisconsin packed the venue at the Westwood Conference Center to gain knowledge regarding a variety of issues of concern to land owners, and specifically to woodland land owners.

Person of interest in homicide wants other charges dismissed Thursday, March 8

WAUSAU, WI A man who is a person of interest his ex-girlfriend's father is asking a judge to dismiss two charges that have landed him behind bars. 56-year-old Lee Franck of Niagara is charged with disorderly conduct involving domestic abuse and is being held on a $750,000 cash bond as police continue to investigate Lyle Leith's death.

City responds to reports of Riverlife investors past Tuesday, March 6

Wausau Economic Development Director Chris Schock talks about record building in Wausau in 2017 and recent reports of lawsuits filed in Colorado against a riverlife project investor. Wausau Economic Development Director Chris Schock talks about record building in Wausau in 2017 and recent reports of lawsuits filed in Colorado against a riverlife project investor.

DA: Wausau man tried to break support beam in parents' basement

A 27-year-old man was arrested for trying to chop down a support beam in his parents' basement, according to the Wausau Police Department. Vung Yang was using a hand-held jig saw, a carving knife, and a hammer on Monday morning at the home on the 100 block of N. 2nd Avenue, according to Capt.

Threatening note at Horace Mann Middle School Tuesday, March 6

WAUSAU, WI Officials from the Wausau School District are investigating a threatening note that was found at Horace Mann Middle School. Wausau PD responded.

Northland Lutheran joins Parental Choice Program Monday, March 5

The Northland Lutheran High School in Kronenwetter is set to become a Wisconsin choice school in the 2018-19 academic year. The school announced their inclusion in the program on their web site on Monday, meaning that families that meet income guidelines could have some or all of the tuition for their children covered by the state.

Police in Merrill warn of PCH scam over the weekend Monday, March 5

Police in Merrill were able to intervene to prevent a man from becoming a victim of a scam over the weekend. The unidentified individual was called by someone claiming to be from Publishers Clearinghouse saying he had won a new car and $5 million.

Boy Scouts' Samoset Council receives donation for camp improvements Sunday, March 4

The Samoset Council of the Boy Scouts of America has announced a $15,000 donation from the Wausau-based Peoples State Bank towards improvements at the prestigious Camp Tesomas in Rhinelander. "We have a very strong partnership with them," said communications and special events executive Leanna Holzem.

Rebecca Ribley joins 27 News as Wake Up Wisconsin anchor

Rebecca Ribley will join 27 News Wake Up Wisconsin as morning show co-anchor beginning Monday, April 9, 2018 on WKOW, Southern Wisconsin's ABC affiliate. Ribley will join co-anchor Dani Maxwell and 27 Storm Track meteorologist Branden Borremans weekday mornings from 4:30 a.m. to 7 a.m. Ribley comes to WKOW from co-owned sister station WAOW TV in Wausau, where she currently co-anchors the evening news.

Wausau city leaders detail repurposing of $4.1 million loan

We're learning new details on what happened to $4 million that the city of Wausau borrowed to help the Wausau Center Mall. The city took out the loan in 2016 to get to the mall owner to revitalize the center after two anchor stores moved out.

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