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Past articles by Hannah:

Attorney General Josh Kaul supports $2.2M from state budget for school safety

Attorney General Josh Kaul visited Wausau East High School on Monday to talk about his support for fully funding $2.2 million for the Wisconsin Office of School Safety in the next state budget. → Read More

Colby freshman to compete in state culinary arts competition

Colby School District is throwing its chef’s hat into the ring for the Skills USA Wisconsin Culinary Arts Competition. Even though they’re a small school district, they have a big passion for culinary arts and will compete against five other schools from across Wisconsin in Waukesha on March 10. → Read More

Northcentral Technical College unveils state-of-the-art communication technology facility

It was a big day for Northcentral Technical College and the Wausau community as they unveiled its first-ever broadcast space, new communication equipment, and learning areas. → Read More

Once an explicit picture is online you couldn’t take it back, until now

Once you send a photo, it’s available to anyone forever. You’ve probably heard that warning or told your children that before, but a new tool called ‘Take it Down’ from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children is changing that, at least for some sites. → Read More

Central Wisconsin Airport cancels commercial flights until Thursday

American Airlines and Delta flights are canceled at CWA through Thursday morning. → Read More

Remembering former President Jimmy Carter and his trip to Wausau

Looking back on when former president Carter visited Wausau. → Read More

More than 900 schools, businesses, organizations participate in Homeless Hygiene Drive

Helping the Homeless Hygiene Drive goes through March 15th. → Read More

Antigo Fire Department improving child and infant response safety

A medical emergency requiring paramedics is always scary, but it can be even more daunting when the response is for an infant or child. → Read More

Wausau Fire Dept. works with NCTC for first-ever, in-house EMS training

The in-house course will take about nine months to complete. → Read More

Marathon County Crime Stoppers receives historic number of tips in 2022

Marathon County Crime Stoppers is looking for board members. → Read More

Rothschild Mobile collecting donations for earthquake surviviors in Turkey

Donations are accepted anytime during Mobil hours. → Read More

Kicking butts is the best way to prevent lung cancer

In 2021 lung cancer screening guidelines were revised to include more people. → Read More

Wisconsin National guard is 17% behind on recruiting efforts this year

Wisconsin National Guard is struggling to get new recruits. → Read More

Wisconsin National guard is 17% behind on recruiting efforts this year

Wisconsin National Guard is struggling to get new recruits. → Read More

Wausau School District believes they’ve turned a corner on bussing issues

First Student addresses frustrations with unreliable bussing. → Read More

Advice to make sure your water flows right through these icy temps

Avoiding frozen and broken pipes. → Read More

Man charged with stabbing woman, child in Stevens Point pleads not guilty

A 20-year-old Stevens Point man accused of stabbing a woman and her child has pleaded not guilty. → Read More

Caring for the tiniest patients in the NICU

The Level III NICU helps babies as young as 23 weeks. → Read More

Gov. Evers addresses mental health programs, relief efforts with budget surplus

Fresh off his Inaugural address two weeks ago, Gov. Tony Evers delivered his 2023 State of the State address from the Assembly chambers to the state legislature at 7 p.m. → Read More

Report reveals Wisconsin doesn’t have enough mental health professionals for children

According to the ‘Wisconsin Office of Children’s Mental Health 2022 annual report’ the recommended professional-to-patient ratio is 250 community-based mental health professionals to one, Wisconsin is at 440 to one. → Read More