Kassandra Sepeda, WSAW

Kassandra Sepeda

WSAW

Wausau, WI, United States

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Past:
  • WSAW
  • WEAU 13 News
  • WBAY-TV 2
  • nbc15_madison

Past articles by Kassandra:

Gas leak closes several roads in Rib Mountain

No evacuations have been ordered at this time. → Read More

Peyton’s Promise takes advocate training to the garden

Wednesday, the group took time to work and de-weed the Woodson YMCA Community Garden. → Read More

Wood County non-emergency lines down

If there is an emergency, 911 phone lines are still working. → Read More

Trump to visit UW-Milwaukee as part of ‘American Freedom Tour’

The American Freedom tour will be in Milwaukee, Aug 20. → Read More

Wausau Fire Department unveils new truck

Fire Chief Robert Barteck said Ladder Two was designed by firefighters and was built specifically to accommodate the needs of the Wausau community. → Read More

All lanes of U.S. 51 open for 4th of July weekend

The project was originally scheduled for completion by November 15, 2022; but Peters said due to planned effort by crews and field staff the project will be completed by July 1, 4 months ahead of schedule. → Read More

Crews work to fix AT&T outage

The company confirmed outages due to a fiber cut by contractors. → Read More

Missing Waupaca County man found deceased

The Waupaca County Sheriff’s office canceled the missing and endangered person alert for Brandon Colligan at approximately 8:55 p.m. Friday night. → Read More

1 in custody after shooting in Wood County

The Wood County Sheriff’s Department responded at approximately 7:16 a.m. Monday morning and found a man with a gunshot wound → Read More

2 arrested in Wood County drug bust

As a result, criminal charges have been referred to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office on Heather Webb, 39, and Seth Cornwell, 31. → Read More

2 arrested in Wood County drug bust

As a result, criminal charges have been referred to the Wood County District Attorney’s Office on Heather Webb, 39, and Seth Cornwell, 31. → Read More

State Patrol: Injuries reported in 40-vehicle pileup

A Facebook post by State Patrol said the injured have been transported to local hospitals. The extent of the injuries is unknown at this time. Names involved in the crash have not been released. → Read More

Crews respond to deadly trailer fire

Thick black smoke was reported to be coming out of the trailer. Crews found the deceased victim laying on the floor. His name is being withheld pending more information and family notification. → Read More

Mayor welcomes refugee family to Wausau

Wausau Mayor Katie Rosenberg welcomes refugee family to area. → Read More

WPS reports power outages across Wisconsin

After strong storms rolled through the area Wednesday night, Wisconsin Public Service is reporting more than 9,000 people without power. → Read More

Funeral arrangements set for Wisconsin State Trooper

According to a post from Wisconsin State Patrol, a public funeral will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 30. Visitation is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Woodlands Church in Plover → Read More

Funeral arrangements set for Wisconsin State Trooper

According to a post from Wisconsin State Patrol, a public funeral will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 30. Visitation is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Woodlands Church in Plover → Read More

Funeral arrangements set for Wisconsin State Trooper

According to a post from Wisconsin State Patrol, a public funeral will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 30. Visitation is from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Woodlands Church in Plover → Read More

Woman’s body pulled from the Wisconsin River in Whiting

The death is under investigation but according to the Sheriff’s Office does not appear to be suspicious in nature. → Read More

Truck hauling ammunition catches fire on Wisconsin highway

Amherst Fire District Fire Chief Victor Voss said 19,000 gallons of water were needed to contain a semi-trailer fire Tuesday evening near Amherst. Voss added it’s a significant amount of water for a fire, as he thanked the mutual aid departments that responded. → Read More