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Emergency Workers Get Water Rescue Training

Updated: 11/05/2005 - Getting trapped on the water can be a scary and traumatic experience not just for the victim, but for the rescue workers as well. Those workers need to be trained in these types of emergencies.

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Celebrating Hmong New Year

Updated: 11/05/2005 - The end of 2005 is still about two months away, but this weekend is the start of the new year for the area's Hmong residents.

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Bell Ringers Needed

Updated: 11/05/2005 - The Salvation Army needs your help to make this year's Red Kettle Campaign a success.

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Latest Search for Missing Stevens Point Man Comes up Empty

Updated: 11/04/2005 - A Stevens Point man with a mental illness is still missing. Police and the Civil Air Patrol went up in an airplane for about an hour and a half Friday (11/4/05) to look for Edward Kulas. Unfortunately, they came up empty.

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Suspect and Victim Involved in Humanitarian Group

Updated: 11/04/2005 - In an odd twist, Choate, Harvath and the victim in this case, Dirk Wolf, were all members of the same humanitarian organization, and police are trying to find out if that has anything to do with the murder.

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Murder Suspect Appears in Court, Another New Twist in Case

Updated: 11/04/2005 - He's suspected of murdering a Stevens Point man in broad daylight at close range. Friday, 28-year-old Aaron Harvath of Wisconsin Rapids made his first appearance before a Portage County judge, and there's another new twist in the case.

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How to Stay Young: Alternative Therapies, Part I

Updated: 12/27/2005 - When you think of alternative medicine, acupuncture and herbal remedies probably come to mind. These ancient treatments have been around for thousands of years, but are just now catching on with many people in our area.

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How to Stay Young: Alternative Therapies, Part II

Updated: 12/27/2005 - Let's say you have chronic pain or other disease. You've been to the doctor, taken prescriptions, maybe even had surgery, but if nothing works, what do you do then? Many people are turning to alternative therapies to ease or treat these conditions. So how do you know if it's an option for you?

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MILC Renewal

Updated: 11/04/2005 - Our nation's Milk Income Loss Contract is one step closer to being extended.

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Santa's Here

Updated: 11/04/2005 - It's hard to believe Christmas is on the way after having just celebrated Halloween, but the Wausau Center Mall is welcoming Santa Friday (November 4, 2005).

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New Details Revealed in Stevens Point Murder

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The murder investigation underway in Stevens Point is revealing that the victim and the man suspected of shooting him were both friends and business partners.

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Bomb Squad Called Into Murder Investigation Scene

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The Marathon County Bomb Squad is now involved in the Stevens Point murder investigation because a suspicious package was found near the scene of the shooting.

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How to Stay Young: Erectile Dysfunction, Part II

Updated: 12/27/2005 - 30,000,000 men in America, that's how many people the latest studies show are affected by erectile dysfunction. So what causes it, and what are the treatments?

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How to Stay Young: Erectile Dysfunction, Part I

Updated: 12/27/2005 - It's not a topic anyone, especially guys, is very comfortable talking about. It's erectile dysfunction, and it affects a lot of men, but unfortunately not a lot of men are getting treated for it.

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Dump Truck vs. Train

Updated: 11/03/2005 - A dump truck driver is dead after his truck crashed into a freight train near Armstrong Creek in Forest County.

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DOT: Pay Up or Lose Your Sign

Updated: 11/03/2005 - The Transportation Department is going after nearly 3,000 advertisers in our state.

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How to Stay Young: Allergies, Part II

Updated: 12/27/2005 - You know the symptoms, sneezing, itchy, watery eyes, stuffy nose. No, it's not just a cold, it's allergies. Millions of Americans suffer from them. There are medications to help alleviate symptoms, but what happens if they don't work? In this report on How to Stay Young, we find out how one local man found an allergy treatment that finally works for him after years of suffering.

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