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More Chances to Learn

Updated: 09/19/2005 - There is a new library open in North Central Wisconsin Saturday evening.

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Preparing for the Worst

Updated: 09/19/2005 - Hurricanes and terrorist attacks aren’t problems we worry much about here in North Central Wisconsin, but other disasters like accidents could become a reality at any time.

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Bikers Revving Up a Local Economy

Updated: 09/16/2005 - It's one of the biggest events in the north woods, the 24th Annual Fall Ride. More than 20,000 motorcycles will be cruising down the streets of Tomahawk this weekend. For local businesses, it's one of the most profitable times of year.

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Police in Full Force

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Law enforcement will be out in full force to ensure this year's annual fall ride is a safe event. They say there will be no tolerance for drinking and driving.

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New Booster Shots for Whooping Cough

Updated: 09/16/2005 - You could become better protected against whooping cough, thanks to the development of two new booster shots.

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Jury Finds Chai Vang Guilty

Updated: 09/16/2005 - Chai Vang is guilty. That's the verdict from a jury about the man charged with murdering six Wisconsin deer hunters last fall.

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Ray Heinzen Dies

Updated: 09/16/2005 - A longtime state legislator known for his passion for education has died.

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Hurd Workers Talk About Reason for Striking

Updated: 09/15/2005 - They say it's all about job security and they want to know that their seniority will be rewarded with the promise of a job they can rely on.

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WI Health Care, Among the Costliest?

Updated: 09/15/2005 - You could be paying some of the highest health care costs in the nation. A new study shows that eight out of 10 cities in Wisconsin pay the highest prices for physician care. And it includes a major city in our area.

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The Future of the Pledge

Updated: 09/15/2005 - It could have a big impact on whether or not your kids recite the Pledge of Allegiance at school.

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Cuts for Katrina Victims

Updated: 09/15/2005 - People in our area are getting pretty creative in raising money for Hurricane Katrina survivors by mixing their talents with some scissors for an all-day cut-a-thon.

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Getting the Power Back On

Updated: 09/15/2005 - We Energies in Milwaukee says 15,000 customers still have no power after Tuesday (September 13, 2005) night's wicked weather.

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Physician Fees

Updated: 09/15/2005 - The Government Accountability Office has listed the top 319 metro areas in the country based on cost; eight of the top 10 are in Wisconsin.

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Apple Recipes

Updated: 09/15/2005 - Macintosh apple season starts Saturday, September 17. Here are some apple recipes to go along with your pickings!

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Former Marine Recruiter Pleads Not Guilty

Updated: 09/15/2005 - Anthony Farisa, a former recruiter for the Marines in Wausau pleaded not guilty to 8 charges, after officials say they found child pornography on his home computer.

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3rd Street Re-opens to Traffic

Updated: 09/14/2005 - It's a whole new look for downtown Wausau. The old pedestrian mall on 3rd Street is now re-opened to traffic. And the celebration is also helping out those affected by Hurricane Katrina.

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Watching the Gas Pumps

Updated: 09/14/2005 - Pump prices may be on the way down, but the Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection says it will still keep a close eye on gas stations.

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