Updated: 09/19/2006 - State health officials say they now know of 33 confirmed cases of E. coli in Wisconsin related to bagged fresh spinach.
Updated: 09/18/2006 - The spinach alert is amplifying as the Food & Drug Administration is now reporting all fresh spinach, as well as bagged, may be E. coli-infested.
Updated: 09/18/2006 - 28th Avenue between Stewart Ave. and Highway 52 will be closed starting Monday (9/18) so crews can take out overpass bridges. It should reopen next week.
Updated: 09/18/2006 - The Waupaca County Sheriff's Department says a 12-year-old boy was pronounced dead today after authorities found his body buried in a large sand hill.
Updated: 09/18/2006 - The Fall Ride in Tomahawk is over and bikers are heading home, but the motorcycle rally is giving kids with neuro-muscular diseases something to look forward to.
Updated: 09/17/2006 - Some area children have more tools to be healthier and safer, after a Kids Day America event in Wisconsin Rapids.
Posted: 09/15/2006 - More people are sick tonight, at least 30, after eating fresh, bagged spinach.
Posted: 09/15/2006 - Today Marathon County employees, State Representative Donna Seidel and Family Planning Health Services announced in a press conference this morning that employers in Marathon County with insurance plans that cover preventative drug costs must also cover contraceptive costs.
Posted: 09/15/2006 - We'll get to see and hear tonight, how Congressman Mark Green and Governor Doyle each feel about the economy and taxes.
Updated: 09/15/2006 - Girls from D.C Everest, Mosinee High School and Wausau East and West put their school rivalries aside to play hockey for their second year as a team. Central Wisconsin Storm is solely funded by its booster club, which is holding its second annual Golf Outing on September 30 at Indianhead Golf Course in Mosinee to raise funds and to raise breast cancer awareness.
Posted: 09/15/2006 - A press conference will be held by Family Planning and Health Services Friday (9/15) morning to discuss the ruling in a discrimination lawsuit brought against Marathon County.
Posted: 09/15/2006 - OEM, a Woodville based company, will open a new facility in Neillsville that will create around 100 full time jobs over the next few years.