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Would Britain's Pub Laws Work in Wisconsin?

Updated: 12/01/2005 - Imagine if bars in Wisconsin could stay open 24 hours a day. Officials in Britain are now allowing it in some parts of their country. Ironically, the measure is meant to cut down on alcohol related problems there.

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End to Annual Gas Tax?

Updated: 11/30/2005 - The state Senate's going to take up a bill next week that'd end the yearly increase in gas tax.

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Concealed Compromise

Updated: 11/30/2005 - Supporters of a bill that'd let you carry a concealed weapon have reached a deal with law enforcement.

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Obey Calls for Student Action

Updated: 11/30/2005 - U.S. Congressman Dave Obey wants students to get more involved in the way college educations are financed.

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Farms and Stray Voltage

Updated: 11/29/2005 - Two farm families in Clark County have filed an appeal after their lawsuit claiming damages from stray voltage was dismissed earlier this month. One farmer near Athens says he knows firsthand what stray voltage can do to a farm. A jury awarded him nearly $500,000 in damages after he filed a lawsuit against his electric company.

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Weston Board Opts Out of WATS Plan

Updated: 11/29/2005 - The Weston Village Board is opting out of a plan to bring bus services to their area. In a surprise move Monday night, the board dropped the plan from its 2006 budget after approving the deal earlier this month.

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Dangers of Driving Deer

Updated: 11/29/2005 - By the end of Tuesday (November 29, 2005), we should be able to tell you how many deer were taken in this year's gun hunt, but numbers out now show how dangerous driving deer can be.

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Oil CEOs to Be No Shows

Updated: 11/29/2005 - Gov. Doyle wanted the big wigs from the country's five biggest oil companies to explain why gas was so expensive after Hurricane Katrina. He won't get it.

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No WATS for Weston

Updated: 11/29/2005 - There will be no bus service in Weston from Wausau. Tuesday's (November 29, 2005) Wausau Daily Herald is reporting the Village is backing out of the deal.

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How to Stay Young: Turning Mid-Life Crisis into Positive

Updated: 11/28/2005 - We've probably all heard dramatic stories about men or women who suddenly divorce their spouse and start doing things out of character when they reach middle age. So how are local baby boomers handling the mid-life crisis?

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Holiday Mail Call Concerns

Updated: 11/29/2005 - Some viewers expressed concern over posting names and addresses of servicemen and women on our Web site for our Holiday Mail Call. The Mail Call is designed to let viewers send holiday greetings to military members overseas.

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Greener Holidays

Updated: 11/29/2005 - Christmas is still a few weeks away, but if you want to put your tree up early and want it to stay fresh looking all season, there are a few things to be aware of.

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Rainy, Warm Weather Affects Ski Conditions

Updated: 11/29/2005 - Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow. It's what managers at Granite Peak in Wausau are hoping for in the midst of warm temperatures and drizzly conditions.

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Ice Safety

Updated: 11/29/2005 - Many of you will soon be enjoying the winter pastimes of ice skating and fishing, but before you do, local rescue workers want you to be aware of the dangers involved.

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Page 2's "The Gift Giving Tree"

Updated: 12/07/2005 - Page 2's "The Gift Giving Tree" is your chance to make a difference in the lives of the women at Wausau's Women's Community this holiday season.

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As Seen on Page 2: Pecan Corn Bread Stuffed Turkey Breast

Updated: 11/28/2005 - Dave Alter of Sweet and Savoury Gourmet Foods and Catering gives Page 2 his famous and fabulous recipe for Pecan-Corn Bread Stuffed Turkey Breast. Try your hand at playing chef and create stuffing like Lauren and Chef Alter did!

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Be Sure to Take a Breather!

Updated: 11/28/2005 - It looks like a few days off from work is good for you, especially if you're a woman.

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Buckling Up in Wisconsin

Updated: 11/28/2005 - The number of people buckling up nationwide is on the rise, but about a quarter of people in our state still don't use their seat belts.

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Rib Lake Referendum?

Updated: 11/28/2005 - A decision will come Monday (November 28, 2005) on whether to hold a referendum for the Rib Lake School District.

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