Posted: 05/23/2006 - For the first time in more than 45 years, a local railroad won't be chugging down the tracks.
Updated: 05/23/2006 - It's estimated that the adult entertainment industry makes $10 billion a year, but the children and teens exploited in the business don't see the profits. Author of the autobiography "Memoirs of a Sex Industry Survivor," Anne Bissell has made it her mission to educate communities and offer support for survivors.
Updated: 05/24/2006 - Nineteen cases of human trafficking were reported to the Greater Milwaukee Area Rescue and Restore Coalition over the past year. Milwaukee was one of 16 U.S. cities chosen to host pilot programs to train agencies to identify and offer help to trafficking victims.
Updated: 05/23/2006 - More kids from Abbotsford Elementary will be able to participate in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program after Tuesday (May 23, 2006).
Updated: 05/23/2006 - Mrs. Gerry's Kitchen Incorporated has announced a voluntary recall of about 54,000 pounds of salads that may be contaminated with harmful bacteria.
Updated: 05/23/2006 - Sex trafficking is bringing in 7 billion dollars a year and it's being reported in Wisconsin. Traffickers are using the Internet as a tool to lure victims. Traffickers will disguise themselves in on line chat rooms to reach victims while others use mail order bride websites to attract women from foreign countries.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - The sheriff says a garage fire in the Town of Harding was "non-suspicious in nature." It's in about the same location as a string of fires that are suspicious.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - A local group hopes to give you a longer path for your morning run or evening stroll.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - Kids are counting down to summer, but Weston wants to make sure they won't spend their time vandalizing village parks.
Updated: 05/23/2006 - Human trafficking is the second largest criminal industry in the world and it's going on in the United States and in Wisconsin. It's estimated that 20,000 people are trafficked to the U.S. every year, which does not include people being trafficked from state to state.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - The body of a teen missing since May 13 has been located in the Kewaunee River.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - The attorney for the Neillsville man accused of trying to blow up the car carrying his ex-wife and her fiance is being suspended. That could put Jensen's case on hold for awhile.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - Governor Doyle signed legislation Monday (May 22, 2006) that requires lifetime GPS tracking for certain child sex offenders.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - The FDA has finished testing U.S. soft drinks for the cancer-causing chemical, Benzene. 95 of the 100 beverages tested had insignificant or undetectable levels, but 5 beverages had levels that were too high;
Posted: 05/22/2006 - People in Hewitt will be grieving the death of a young girl today (5/22) following a tragic accident.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - You better make sure you have your seat belt on Monday (May 22, 2006).
Updated: 05/22/2006 - Wood County authorities now have the suspect in Saturday's (May 20, 2006) chase in Nekoosa behind bars.
Posted: 05/22/2006 - The Gus Macker Tournament is the fourth largest three on three basketball tournament nationwide and will be held at Wausau West High School June 17 and 18, Father's Day weekend. Players of all ages and abilities are welcome to pick up registration forms at News Channel 7, County Market and East Bay or teams can register on line.