In November, a judge cleared accomplished MSU-Mankato football coach Todd Hoffner of felony child porn charges, ruling that the videos were "private, family speech." After he was charged in August, Hoffner was put on paid administrative leave and assistant Aaron Keen was named interim head coach.SEE ... More >>
SEE ALSO:-- Todd Hoffner, MSU-Mankato football coach, allegedly shot sex videos of his own young kids-- Todd Hoffner dealt with sex photo scandal while coaching at UW-Eau ClaireThis morning, Melodee Hoffner, wife of MSU-Mankato football coach Todd Hoffner, held a press conference and said her husban ... More >>
SEE ALSO: Todd Hoffner, MSU-Mankato football coach, allegedly shot sex videos of his own young kidsMSU-Mankato head football coach Todd Hoffner faces two felonies after allegedly shooting pornographic videos of his three young children. But it turns out this isn't the first time coach Hoffner has be ... More >>
Photo by Ben ClarkThough he still calls Eau Claire home, Justin Vernon has been reluctant to perform many shows in his much-written-about hometown since his band Bon Iver achieved worldwide recognition. It turns out he was just waiting for the right time: On December 12 and 13, as somewhat of a h ... More >>
Thousands come to watch, so someone has to build the rinks
"No Negro's Allowed"Mark Prior has cheesed off a lot of folks in Abbotsford, Wis., and not just because he wants to open a strip joint right next to City Hall and the library. The real issue is that he posted a "No Negro's Allowed" sign on the front door of the property. (Yes, we see that he ... More >>
Dr. Tom Hilton went all Joseph Smith on the Eau Queer Film Festival.University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire professor Tom Hilton seriously stepped outside of his role teaching "information systems" to deliver another kind of lecture -- the homophobic kind. His target: Senior Women's Studies stude ... More >>
The former Picked to Click finalists are calling it quits.
Bad choice: A Wisconsin man traded a Starbucks gift card for a fatal dose of heroin.
Attempts at state regulation fail, so activists try something new
How three Midwestern boys reached jazz nirvana
For years it has been whispered that the 1976 slaying of American Indian Movement activist Anna Mae Aquash was an inside job. Now a new rash of accusations aims squarely at local heroes Clyde and Vernon Bellecourt.
Back when no one believed in global climate change, local meteorologist Bruce Watson sounded the alarm. Now that everybody's predicting disaster, he's bucking the trend again.