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Murder Charges to Be Filed in Homicide Cover-Up

Updated: 03/21/2006 - Homicide charges could be filed Tuesday (March 21, 2006) against the man accused of fatally stabbing his girlfriend and then setting fire to their Green Bay home.

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Unsafe Intersection in Rothschild?

Posted: 03/20/2006 - Some improvements at a busy intersection in Rothschild are less than a year old, but the Department of Transportation already wants to change it. However, some locals are not convinced it's not safe.

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"Hair-raising" Fundraiser in Abbotsford

Posted: 03/20/2006 - A penny may only be worth one cent, but for the last three weeks at Abbotsford High School, the penny had much more worth. That's thanks to the school senate-sponsored "Penny War" to benefit leukemia and lymphoma.

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Local College Aims To Keep Nurses Here

Posted: 03/20/2006 - It's a nationwide need. Nurses are in short supply leaving many healthcare outlets high and dry. Now a local college is introducing a program hoping to keep more nursing students in our area.

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Shaking a Baby Is Never the Answer

Updated: 03/20/2006 - Shaken Baby Syndrome claims the lives of hundreds of children every year in the U.S. Many of those who survive suffer life-long injuries from blindness to learning disabilities. Professionals, doctors and parents had the same advice: If a child is screaming and crying and you're frustrated or angry, put them in a crib and walk away. It's advice that can save lives.

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Truck Driver Still Critical

Updated: 03/20/2006 - The driver of a truck that slammed into a school bus in Adams County, killing one and injuring five others, remains in critical condition and unable to answer any questions.

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Marching for Peace in Stevens Point

Updated: 03/20/2006 - This weekend marks the third anniversary since the war in Iraq began, but local anti-war activists aren't ready to let their message of peace fade away.

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One Last Run at Sylvan Hill

Updated: 03/18/2006 - It's a sure sign spring is on the way, getting one last run in at Sylvan Hill.

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UPDATE: Park Falls Paper Mill to Close

Updated: 03/18/2006 - Smart Papers is filing for bankruptcy, so the mill will be permanently shut down. Workers will be laid off in three phases.

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Services Set for Bus Crash Victim

Updated: 03/20/2006 - Visitation for David Senft is set for Sunday evening and a funeral is scheduled for Monday. David died Wednesday from injuries suffered in the wreck on Tuesday.

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Abby Fans Cheer from Nearly-Empty School

Updated: 03/17/2006 - The Abbotsford boys have a lot of fans down in Madison waiting for Saturday’s championship game, but some had to cheer back home in Abby today (3/17/06).

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Merrill Man Charged in Apparent Shaken Baby Incident

Updated: 03/17/2006 - A Wausau toddler is fighting for her life tonight after allegedly being violently shaken by her mother's boyfriend. That man, 28-year-old Robert Desimone, is now facing first-degree reckless injury charges.

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Tanker Truck Overturns and Explodes

Updated: 03/17/2006 - Highway 29 was closed for several hours at the intersection of U.S. 45 just east of Wittenberg, after a tanker truck overturned early Friday (March 17, 2006) morning.

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Drinking and Driving on St. Patrick's Day

Updated: 03/17/2006 - Even the luck of the Irish won't save drunken drivers from an embarrassing and expensive arrest, or much worse, a deadly crash.

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Concerts to Benefit Vandalized Organ

Updated: 03/17/2006 - The organ at First United Methodist Church was vandalized in February 2006, causing $100,000 in damages, But the church is going to get some help in repairing it through the gift of music.

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Lawyer Wants Dassey Confession Thrown Out

Updated: 03/18/2006 - The attorney for 16-year old Brenden Dassey says the confession police say he gave them about the rape and murder of Teresa Halbach should be thrown out of evidence. Meanwhile, the bond for Steven Avery, his uncle and the other man accused in Halbach's death, is now up to $750,000.

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Hundreds Pay Final Respects to Fr. Gross

Posted: 03/16/2006 - His influence and passion for God had a tremendous impact on Wausau's Catholic community. That's how fellow priests and church members are remembering Fr. Steve Gross. He was killed in a car accident outside Marshfield last week.

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Getting Answers at Blastomycosis Meetings

Posted: 03/16/2006 - Merrill residents have a lot of questions now that 18 cases of blastomycosis have been reported in Lincoln County this year, and most of those people live in Merrill.

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Gardening Badger Inventor Goes National

Updated: 03/16/2006 - Many of us have seen a new product and thought, "gosh darn it, I had that idea 10 years ago." And while ideas are a dime a dozen, bringing them to life and getting national attention is pretty rare.

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9/11 Memorial on Display in Mosinee

Posted: 03/16/2006 - There's a statewide 9/11 memorial on display at a local high school. It pays tribute to the men and women who risk their lives in the line of duty.

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