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Making College Affordable in Wisconsin

Updated: 01/18/2006 - Paying for a college degree is tougher than ever these days. In his State of the State Address, Governor Jim Doyle will unveil a plan which he hopes will make it easier for some students to afford a UW education.

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DMV Titles Take Up to 10 Weeks

Updated: 01/18/2006 - The Internet can make life a lot easier, but it's not necessarily faster, especially when it comes to getting a new car title online through the Department of Motor Vehicles.

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Three Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash Near Wausau School

Updated: 01/17/2006 - Three people including a student and a 53-year-old crossing guard are recovering from injuries after a two-vehicle crash Tuesday (January 17, 2006) morning near Wausau's John Muir Middle School.

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Wanted: Health Translators

Updated: 01/17/2006 - The Weston Regional Medical Center is looking for people who can speak English and Hmong.

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More Women in State Prisons, Jails

Updated: 01/16/2006 - More and more women are being sent to state prisons, and that's also the case in some local jails.

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New Keg Registration Law

Updated: 01/16/2006 - Buying a keg of beer in Stevens Point might take a little longer. That's because a new law now requires you to register before you buy.

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Home Schooling: Online Courses

Updated: 01/18/2006 - It's home schooling with a twist. A local college is offering a way for students and teachers to learn and teach without leaving home. We explored a virtual classroom where flexibility is key.

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Muskie Mess

Updated: 01/16/2006 - The National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame in Hayward is to announce Monday (January 16, 2006) whether fishing great Louis Spray will retain the record of catching the world's largest muskie in 1949.

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Autopsy on Bones Planned

Updated: 01/16/2006 - An autopsy is scheduled for Monday (January 16, 2006) on human bones found at a Milwaukee home.

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Local Radio Program Caters to Hispanic Listeners

Updated: 01/16/2006 - Turn on the radio and you're bound to hear a variety of stations, but here in our area, they're all mostly in English. One local station is trying to change that by introducing programs that cater to Hmong and Hispanic listeners. We tuned into one program targeting Spanish-speaking families.

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Showing Off Their Moves

Updated: 01/16/2006 - It's not just shaking some pom-poms. Girls and guys from local cheer and dance teams kicked, jumped and tumbled for a community showcase on Sunday afternoon.

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Worn Out: Burned CD/DVDs Have Shorter LIfespan

Updated: 01/16/2006 - You might want to make few back-up copies of your favorite burned CD or DVD. Experts say burned CD's and DVD's have a shorter lifespan than the pressed originals.

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Mild Weather Means Lots of Snowmobile Fans

Updated: 01/15/2006 - What a difference a year makes. At last year's Snowmobile World Championships in Eagle River, racers and spectators froze in bitter cold temperatures. But as Amanda Lutz shows us, this year's milder winter is helping the derby in more ways than one.

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No Ice Castle in Eagle River

Updated: 01/15/2006 - There's only one major drawback to the warm weather at this year's World Championship Snowmobile Derby festivities in Eagle River.

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"Voice of the Derby"

Updated: 01/15/2006 - Long-time viewers of NewsChannel 7 may recognize the voice booming out of the loudspeakers at the World Snowmobile Championships in Eagle River.

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How Superstitious Are You on Friday the 13th?

Updated: 01/15/2006 - If you're big into superstitions, this is probably not your luckiest day. Not only is it Friday the 13th, but a full moon is on the horizon. But as Amanda Lutz discovered in a little "bad luck" experiment, not everyone is afraid to risk misfortune.

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