Updated: 12:59 PM You still have time to try to save your phone number from telemarketers. The FCC says because of a computer glitch, they've extended the deadline for taking input on the issue.
Updated: 12:57 PM One line would run from Wausau area to Belle Plaine; the other from New London to south of Oconto Falls. Opponents say more lines will lead to higher utility bills.
Updated: 12:54 PM Martini Mashed Potatoes
Updated: 7:38 PM From your battery to your tires to your engine, heat waves can be just as tough on your car as the bitter cold.
Updated: 7:36 PM August Kickbusch and D.L. Plumer donated the 80 acres of Marathon Park to the Marathon County Agricultural Society with the understanding that there'd be a fair on those grounds for one week at least once each year.
Updated: 12:28 PM Former prisoners of war will soon meet in Plover to learn of the state and federal benefits available to them.
Updated: 12:29 PM The Web site that lets you look at state criminal and civil court records will go under the microscope Monday (August 1, 2005).
Updated: 12:30 PM From Seven On Your Side, sheriff's deputies will be cracking down on speeders on one area highway.
Updated: 9:08 PM This church festival is like nothing you have ever seen. This three day event draws thousands from all over the area.
Updated: 9:05 PM Letting Kids Be Kids was this year's theme at National Kids Day. Parents could register their kids in a new program in case their kids were ever kidnapped.
Updated: 9:03 PM A new gun bill could help protect the firearm industry.
Updated: 9:04 PM On Tuesday (7/26/05), a state lab found high levels of Coliform bacteria in the city of Rhinelander’s water. That finding has had a big impact on the city's restaurants.
Updated: 9:00 PM Drive by UW-Stevens Point this week and you'll probably hear lots of music in the air.
Updated: 8:36 PM The number of Wisconsin soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice in Iraq is now up to 42. The latest were killed this week.
Updated: 8:47 PM The case against Carolyn Wewasson is delayed as a constitutionality question about her case gets the once over from the attorney general.