Officials investigate claims in body-burning letter

Man convicted of mutilating teen's corpse says another man killed her

It's been almost a year since the death of Aprina Paul. As her family plans an anniversary to celebrate her life, the man convicted of burning her body wrote to the family to claim he is innocent.

DA: Deputies justified in fatal Primrose shooting

Suspect's use of weapons, struggle over deputy's gun warranted deadly force, Ozanne says

The deputies involved in a shooting earlier this month that left a man dead will not face charges in connection with the incident, the district attorney said Tuesday afternoon.

Program to give Chinese students Wis. education

400 students overseas in Tinjin, Yinchuan to learn Wood County curriculum

A central Wisconsin high school district is partnering with a Chinese school to teach the Chinese students a U.S. curriculum.

53-year-old Wis. radio program to sign off

'Arcadia on the Air' will retire its polka music, local news Saturday

After more than a half-century of broadcasting, the "Arcadia on the Air" radio program is about to sign off for good.

Dog sled racers wishing for snow

Antigo competition could qualify teams for championship spot

Dog sled race coordinators are crossing their fingers for a cooperative Mother Nature come mid-January.