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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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Towns/Cities near wausau, wisconsin : Schofield Rothschild Weston Kelly Brokaw Rib Mountain
WAUSAU, WI The man who robbed the Dollar General store in Schofield at gunpoint was sentenced to 3-years in jail on Tuesday. 45-year-old Phillip David Spiller reached a plea agreement with prosecutors a day before his trial was to begin.Rasmussen Re-Elected as Wausau Council President
The new Wausau City Council met for the first time on Tuesday night to have everyone sworn in for the 2018-2020 term. The council's first order of business was to elect a new Council President.Mayor Mielke Addresses the New Wausau City Council
WAUSAU, WI -- The new Wausau City Council was sworn in for the 2018-2020 term at a special council meeting on Tuesday night. "I know you'll find your service on the council and the district you represent to be very productive.Weird wintry April taking its toll
The Merrill area has seen nearly four feet of snowfall in the past 30 days, including a new record total for the month of April. The area has seen more snow in April than we had all through December, January and February combined.Wisconsin school threats surge after Parkland
Wisconsin schools see surge of threats, 'anxiety' after Parkland shooting At least 45 threats were reported in the 30 days after Parkland, a USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin analysis found. Check out this story on wausaudailyherald.com: https://wdhne.ws/2H5QolN An increased police preasence was seen Monday, March 5, 2018, at Fond du Lac High School after a social media post mentioning a school shooting was discovered.House Fire in Marathon County Monday, April 16
We noticed that your browser is blocking ads - please be aware that our station's live stream may also be disabled by adblockers. Our advertisements support businesses in our community and allow us to broadcast for free.Woman arrested after high-speed chase Monday, April 16
WAUSAU, WI A woman led police on a high-speed chase through the streets of Schofield and Wausau early Friday morning. Police pulled over 31-year-old Mai V. Xiong on Grand Avenue in Schofield for an expired registration.Schools, courts, Packers workout canceled Monday
Green Bay Area Public Schools, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay and Brown County circuit courts are among schools, government offices and businesses closed in the aftermath of a record blizzard in Wisconsin. The weekend storm set snowfall records in Green Bay, Appleton and Wausau.Mayor's Monday: Wausau's Robert Mielke Monday, April 16
WAUSAU, WI -- Wausau Mayor Robert Mielke reaffirmed his commitment to treating those who will be displaced along the second phase of the Thomas Street project with respect and integrity to WSAU's Mike Leischner for this week's Mayor's Monday segment. He says the city is currently working with NSA Appraisals, going house-to-house and talking with homeowners or tenants to discuss their options for moving expenses and things like that.Snow emergency declared for Wausau
Record snowfall in Wausau leads to snow emergency that lasts from 8 p.m. Sunday to 10 a.m. Monday. Snow emergency declared for city of Wausau starting at 8 p.m. Record snowfall in Wausau leads to snow emergency that lasts from 8 p.m. Sunday to 10 a.m. Monday.Power restored after weekend outages Sunday, April 15
Wisconsin Public Service crews worked through the weekend to restore power to nearly 22,000 individuals who lost power as a result of wind and snow from Winter Storm Xanto this weekend. According to WPS the outages affected impacted customers from areas near Stevens Point to Green Bay, Door County, and parts of Michigan.Wausau police reports include five crashes
Wausau police reports include five crashes, man stumbling through yard, assault at hotel Wausau police logs, April 6-12 Check out this story on wausaudailyherald.com: https://wdhne.ws/2qwgx21 4:15 p.m. April 6: A boy was arrested on suspicion of taking and driving a vehicle without the owner's consent and cited on suspicion of driving without a license, following too closely and hit and run after police investigated a two-vehicle crash from which one vehicle fled in the 1100 block of West Thomas Street. 5:12 p.m. April 6: Wausau officers worked with the Everest Metro Police Department to stop a vehicle that had traveled into Wausau after it was identified as stolen.Inmate doesn't return to jail Friday, April 13
WAUSAU, WI An imate didn't return to the Marathon County jail on Thursday after being let out for work-release prividges. 26-year-old Bryan J. Burden II is now considered a fugitive.John Marshall Elementary students and staff talk tornado drills
A statewide tornado drill sounded early Thursday afternoon. It's part of the Wisconsin Tornado and Severe Weather Awareness week.Wausau chamber leader: Workforce shortage is "significant"
New studies warn of a looming worker shortage in central Wisconsin as baby boomers retire and an exodus of young people occurs. "If we don't have the talent here to support businesses they will look elsewhere," Eckmann said.'Not guilty' plea in driver's 7th OWI charge Thursday, April 12
WAUSAU, WI A Mosinee man accused of a seventh OWI offense entered a 'not guilty' plea in Marathon County court on Wednesday. 53-year-old Brad Weber was stopped for driving at night with only fog lights on.One Love Bread continues rise through Wisconsin
Former organic dairy farm turns into breadmaking venture for Kalmon family. Now, One Love Bread creates 15 sourdough breads and 1-pound cinnamon roll.
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