Your money is taking center stage in a heated political struggle at the state capital, and Thursday (7/7/05), Gov. Jim Doyle was in North Central Wisconsin to talk about it
Updated: 8:15 AM
The American Red Cross is asking for blood donors since more accidents happen in the summer time, and fewer people have time to give.
Updated: 8:16 AM
A UWSP professor says Great Britain is typically the target of attacks from the Irish Republican Army, but that Muslim groups have a different style that's much more fatal.
Updated: 8:51 PM
How would you like to visit a place that's not only scenic, but where you can eat part of the scenery?
Updated: 1:48 PM
Herceptin offers new hope for a local cancer patient.
Updated: 8:40 PM
Gov. Doyle is working Thursday (July 9, 2005) on a Great Lakes restoration project.
Updated: 12:33 PM
The UW Board of Regents will figure out Thursday (July 9, 2005) if tuition should go up seven percent for the next school year.
Updated: 12:34 PM
Desperate Londoners hunted for missing relatives on Friday after suspected al Qaeda bombers killed more than 50 people in rush-hour blasts Updated: 1:24 PM
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A local radio station is getting ready to launch a big show of support for North Central Wisconsin troops serving in Iraq and their families back home. As part of that effort, they'll also send one of their popular morning hosts to the front lines with the troops.
Updated: 10:35 AM
Wausau Papers says it can save millions of dollars by shutting down its sulfite mill in Brokaw, cutting dozens of jobs.
Updated: 8:38 PM
The Hodag Country Festival doesn't start until Thursday evening, but loyal country listeners waste no time standing in line in hopes for the choice spot on the lawn.
Updated: 8:25 PM
A major upgrade is in store for a local high school's football field, and school officials say it won't cost the taxpayers a dime.
Updated: 6:23 PM
Less than a year in jail is not enough to satisfy those who were happy to see Darin Anderson found guilty of sexually abusing two of his students, but regardless of whether it's right or wrong, others say the punishment fits the crime.
Updated: 8:28 PM
If you've mastered bottle feeding you may be wondering about the best way to introduce solid foods for your little one
Updated: 1:32 PM
A recent American Cancer Society survey found 75 percent of people believed at least one myth about cancer.
Updated: 3:30 PM
How would you like to win a Hummer, Ranger boat or a Harley Davidson? You could by entering the Wisconsin State Firefighters' Memorial raffle.
Updated: 3:59 PM
Information on Camp Hozhoni and the Firefighters’ Memorial raffle.
Updated: 12:41 PM
It looks like the state's version of C-SPAN may launch in just a few months.
Updated: 12:36 PM
Authorities in Marathon County are charging Kevin Kayhart with solicitation of prostitution after he tried to buy a house in the Town of Hamburg.
Updated: 1:23 PM
Our former governor and U.S. Sen. Gaylord Nelson will get his formal farewell next week.
Updated: 12:40 PM
Plenty of people will soon be saddling it up for the 28th annual Hodag Country Music Festival in Rhinelander.
Updated: 12:38 PM
Our state is looking into day care licensing codes after a toddler left in a van died in June.
Updated: 12:38 PM
The Chamber of Commerce says the tourism season in the Minocqua and the surrounding areas really doesn't get going until the Fourth of July.
Updated: 10:15 PM
After collecting federal grants for the past few years, the Lakeland Airport, Minocqua-Woodruff now has enough funding to go through with an expansion project.
Updated: 7:09 PM
They've trekked through rugged mountains and high altitudes, and now some local cyclists on the "Live Now" bike tour are a good 1,000 miles into their journey to promote hospice care.
Updated: 12:34 PM
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