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Veteran's Pkwy Gets Visual, Mural Project

Updated: 03/13/2006 - It's named "Veteran's Parkway,” but now the Marshfield street is on its way to becoming a site where local veterans will be remembered. We found out why this new this new project is sure to "draw" a lot of attention.

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Jensen Guilty on All Counts

Updated: 03/12/2006 - The verdict is guilty on all counts for State Rep. Scott Jensen. Jurors found Jensen guilty of three felonies and a misdemeanor for misconduct in office.

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Remembering Father Steve

Updated: 03/12/2006 - Father Steve Gross is being remembered as a loving and involved priest who connected with his parishioners and the entire community. We sat down with one of his fellow priests about how he'll be remembered.

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Preparing for Spring Fire Season

Updated: 03/12/2006 - The spring fire season is just around the corner, and the people who'll be responsible for putting out those dangerous blazes got some valuable training just in time.

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Family First: Kids and Drug Treatment, Part II

Updated: 11/14/2006 - The average age of kids in drug treatment is between 13 and 17 years old. When less formal, drop-in type counseling doesn't do the trick, adolescents are sometimes admitted for two weeks or more for inpatient treatment.

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More High-Profile Drug Busts

Updated: 03/10/2006 - A number of high-profile drug busts continue to crop up in our area, so we wondered if more drug dealers are getting caught, or if it's just coincidence.

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Glass Art on Display at Woodson Museum

Posted: 03/10/2006 - You might not think of the paperweight on your desk as art, or think of it at all. But an artist known for his is showing our area how beautiful they can be.

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Do "Mock Casinos" Break the Law?

Updated: 03/10/2006 - "Mock Casinos" are a popular way for groups to raise money, but there's confusion, even at the state level, about whether they're legal. We took a look at how one local group is making sure their "mock casino" doesn't break the law.

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Marshfield Clinic Hosts Palliative Care Conference

Updated: 03/10/2006 - There's a new trend in caring for terminally-ill children and their families. It's called palliative care, and area medical workers got a better look at how it works.

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Pig Intestines Cause Trouble for Motorists

Updated: 03/10/2006 - Motorists headed north out of Milwaukee on Interstate 43 Thursday (March 9, 2006) evening ran into a pig problem because a load of more than 400 pounds of pig intestines had fallen on the freeway

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Snowmobilers Would Face Nighttime Speed Limit Next Winter

Updated: 03/10/2006 - Snowmobilers would face a 55 mile-per-hour speed limit at night next winter under legislation the Legislature approved Thursday (March 9, 2006) as Wisconsin is nearing with an all-time record for snowmobile deaths.

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Senate Passes Proposed Constitutional Amendment

Updated: 03/10/2006 - Voters would have to show a state or federal photo identification card to register and cast ballots under a proposed amendment to the Wisconsin Constitution the Senate approved Thursday (March 9, 2006).

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Cost-Effective Health Care Coverage?

Posted: 03/10/2006 - A nonprofit agency says it's proposing a cost-effective alternative for providing health coverage for most Wisconsin residents, and it's taking its message on the road to citizens in public meetings.

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Suspect's mother speaks on Halbach murder

Posted: 03/10/2006 - The mom of the teenager charged in Teresa Halbach's murder says her son would never hurt anyone unless he was threatened or forced into it.

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Workers Uncertain Over Future of Park Falls Mill

Updated: 03/09/2006 - Dozens of mill workers and their families in Park Falls still have a lot of uncertainties about when and if their paper mill will close. It's also having an impact on businesses there.

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Family First: Kids and Drug Treatment, Part 1

Updated: 11/14/2006 - Hopefully you'll never need to know what it's like to put your kids in drug treatment. It's often a last resort, but a necessary one if your child is addicted.

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The Training Behind High-Speed Chases

Updated: 03/09/2006 - Police officers try to avoid high-speed chases as much as possible, but sometimes they're necessary to track down a dangerous suspect. That was the case last week when a Marathon County sheriff's deputy pursued a suspected drug dealer through Rib Mountain.

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Wausau Police Department Employee Under Investigation

Updated: 03/09/2006 - There's money missing from the Wausau Police Department, and a department employee is under investigation for embezzlement. Wausau's acting chief believes cash was stolen from parking fines and other administrative funds.

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