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Is Virtual School Right for Your Child?

Updated: 02/19/2007 - Students no longer have to fill their backpacks and hop on a bus to get their education, thanks to Wisconsin Connections Academy, a virtual K-8 school.

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When Are Children Ready to Stay Home Alone Sick?

Posted: 02/19/2007 - Your child’s fever is gone, but one more day of rest is needed. Meanwhile, your boss needs you back to work and you’re not sure what to do. There are ways to determine if your child is ready to stay home alone while recuperating.

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This Years Daylight Savings: Baby Y2K?

Posted: 02/19/2007 - This year’s change could throw off everything from the internal clocks of VCRs and computers to surgery schedules and multi-million dollar stock trades.

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Memorial to a Fallen Soldier

Posted: 02/19/2007 - A Wisconsin man killed while serving in the Air Force in Afghanistan now has a lasting memorial in his name in his hometown of Onalaska.

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Breakthrough in the Genetics of Autism

Posted: 02/19/2007 - In the largest ever study of autism, scientists have made a breakthrough in determining what may trigger the condition.

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Family Pets Have Dog-Gone Good Time in the Snow

Updated: 02/18/2007 - People aren't the only ones enjoying the warm up in the Northcentral Wisconsin. Some dogs in Wausau were loving the chance to stretch their legs and play in the snow at a local baseball field today.

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Wisconsin Rapids Man to Finally Get Korean War Purple Heart

Updated: 02/19/2007 - More than 50 years of waiting are coming to a close for a Korean War veteran who will get the Purple Heart. Larry Thurber was injured 1951, but it took the work of a devoted brother and a U.S. Senator to finally bring the medal home.

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Benefit for Wounded Marine

Posted: 02/17/2007 - Too often we hear the tragic news that a service member has died fighting for our freedom, but not all casualties of war involve death. Our wounded have given everything short of their life for our country, and a party at the Eagles II Saloon just outside of Mosinee is honoring that.

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What's it Like to Be a Police Officer?

Updated: 02/16/2007 - You'll soon have the chance to find out what it's really like to be a Police Officer. The Wausau Police Department is inviting you to Citizens Police Academy.

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UPDATE: Natural Gas Leak Pinpointed at the State Capitol

Updated: 02/17/2007 - Utility officials are saying.. they now know what caused the natural gas leak in the state capitol yesterday.. Even though the building is heated by steam. A madison gas and electric spokesman, says that the leak came from a natural gas coupling under a street less than a block from the building, and next to a telephone conduit that went into the capitol. The building was evacuated yesterday.. after a faint natural gas odor was reported in teh basement. Governor doyle was not in the building..

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