Updated: 09/19/2005 - Before Hurricane Katrina, it was 9/11 that brought together all U.S. citizens. Monday (September 19, 2005), you can hear from one fireman and several rescue workers who were in New York City after the terrorist attacks.
Updated: 09/19/2005 - Alzheimer's Disease is a growing problem in Central Wisconsin. More than 116,000 people have Alzheimer's Disease in Wisconsin and there is no cure. The Alzheimer's Association Greater Wisconsin is trying to raise money to find one! People from all over came to show their support at the "Memory Walk" in Colby.
Updated: 09/17/2005 - Ray Heinzen, who represented the Marshfield area for years, authored the bill that constructed the current UW system.
Updated: 09/16/2005 - Law enforcement will be out in full force to ensure this year's annual fall ride is a safe event. They say there will be no tolerance for drinking and driving.
Updated: 09/16/2005 - You could become better protected against whooping cough, thanks to the development of two new booster shots.
Updated: 09/16/2005 - Driver licenses in our state will get a new, more updated look.
Updated: 09/16/2005 - A longtime state legislator known for his passion for education has died.
Updated: 09/15/2005 - It could have a big impact on whether or not your kids recite the Pledge of Allegiance at school.
Updated: 09/15/2005 - People in our area are getting pretty creative in raising money for Hurricane Katrina survivors by mixing their talents with some scissors for an all-day cut-a-thon.
Updated: 09/15/2005 - We Energies in Milwaukee says 15,000 customers still have no power after Tuesday (September 13, 2005) night's wicked weather.
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