Posted: 04/28/2006 - The victim of a gun fight near Tomahawk says it's not the first time he's been shot.
Posted: 04/28/2006 - The man who seriously hurt a woman at a former Wausau night club will spend four months in jail.
Posted: 04/28/2006 - Get out your trail passes because area mountain biking trails will open to the public next week.
Posted: 04/28/2006 - ATMs provide convenience for people who use them, but are also targets for thieves.
Updated: 04/28/2006 - The state Assembly narrowly approved a hastily crafted, stripped-down version of a constitutional amendment to limit state spending Friday (April 28, 2006) after a brutal all-night session.
Updated: 04/28/2006 - A man who allegedly idolized Oklahoma City bomber Timothy McVeigh was found guilty Thursday (April 27, 2006) of threatening to blow up a federal building in downtown Milwaukee.
Updated: 04/28/2006 - Journalist Julius Sterling started the first Arbor Day in Nebraska in 1772. Now all 50 states celebrate the day dedicated to planting trees. To honor the holiday, Wausau's Good News Project is having a bare root tree and shrubs sale Friday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Posted: 04/27/2006 - If you want to expand your book collection, this is your chance.
Updated: 04/28/2006 - Talk to any parent of an autistic child, and they'll tell you it can be very difficult for them to find really good friends. But a new Northwoods summer camp wants to help autistic kids create those lasting friendships. We share one camper's experience, and learn about a very special friend he made there.
Posted: 04/27/2006 - Arctic Cat is recalling 52,000 snowmobiles due to gas tanks that could leak.
Posted: 04/27/2006 - The Ashwaubenon man accused of trying to sell his daughter is now accused of trying to do it again.
Posted: 04/27/2006 - The Spencer man accused of murdering his wife is not yet competent to stand trial. The judge has ordered 38-year-old Patrick Zurkowski to undergo more evaluation at a mental facility.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - There has been a setback in the fight against chronic wasting disease in the state's deer population.
Updated: 04/27/2006 - A new count estimates Wisconsin's gray wolf population at as many as 520 of the animals, and that's about 100 more than the goal set by state game managers.
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