On Air Now

Current Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show   11:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Call The Rush Limbaugh Show at 1-800-282-2882.

Show Info »

Upcoming Shows

Program Schedule »


Listen Live Now » 550 AM Wausau, WI 99.9 FM Stevens Point, WI


Current Conditions(Wausau,WI 54403)

More Weather »
73° Feels Like: 73°
Wind: WSW 9 mph Past 24 hrs - Precip: 0”
Current Radar for Zip


Mostly Sunny 74°


Clear 53°


Mostly Sunny 79°


Breaking News

URGENT: Video shows beheading of second American journalist

DUBAI (Reuters) - The Islamic State militant group released a video purporting to show the beheading of U.S. hostage Steven Sotloff, the SITE monitoring service reported on Tuesday. A masked figure in the video also issued a threat against a British hostage, a man the group named as David Haines, and warned governments to back off "this evil alliance of America against the Islamic State", the monitoring service said. (Reporting by William Maclean, Editing by Angus MacSwan)

Read More »

Walker won't say if he'd use line-item veto on budget

Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R)
Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker (R)

UNDATED (WSAU-Wheeler News)  Governor Scott Walker says it’s too early to indicate what he might veto from the proposed state budget. During a visit to La Crosse yesterday, the Republican governor praised the Joint Finance Committee for molding a two-year package which he says will bring positive recoveries to the economy and education. The panel approved its version of the budget early yesterday.

Walker appeared at U-W La Crosse a few hours later to highlight the measure that freezes tuition at all University of Wisconsin campuses for the next two years. The full Assembly will act on the budget in a couple weeks, and the Senate will then take it up. The budget will then go to Walker, who can use extensive line-item veto powers if he chooses.

The tuition freeze was in response to the recent discovery that U-W campuses were sitting on hundreds of millions of dollars in reserves. Walker said the U-W has done a “tremendous job” in providing a great education. Now, he says the state’s in a position to offer a reprieve from tuition increases that reached the allowable maximum of 5.5-percent a year for the last six years. The governor noted that families have struggled to keep up with the rising cost of college while their average incomes have been dropping.

Walker said a more affordable education would better equip young people for jobs in vital industries like health care, computer technology, and manufacturing.