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Victim of Its Own Success

Updated: 10/04/2005 - More and more law enforcement agencies are using DNA tests to solve crimes, and now the backlog sits at 1100.

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Solar Home Tour

Updated: 10/03/2005 - Your winter heating bill could go down this year, that is if you lived in a solar powered home.

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Stevens Point Mural in Jeopardy

Updated: 10/03/2005 - A proposed multimillion-dollar complex has some Stevens Point residents concerned about the future of a local work of art.

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Local Political Parties Gear Up for 2006

Updated: 10/03/2005 - There's still some time before the 2006 elections .. But local Democrats and Republicans are wasting no time getting ready.

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What Comes First: Moral Beliefs or Patient Rights?

Updated: 09/30/2005 - Imagine if your doctor refused to give you a prescription or provide you with medical information, because it went against his moral beliefs. A bill that would protect doctors in that case is on its way to Governor Jim Doyle's desk, but it has some local health care providers pretty worried.

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Play For a Cause

Updated: 09/30/2005 - It's a play date for a good cause at a local children's museum.

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MILC Program Set To Expire

Posted: 09/30/2005 - A program that gives aid to dairy farmers is set to expire Friday and it could have a big impact in our area.

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Basketball Benefit

Updated: 10/05/2005 - You won't see ordinary basketball Friday (September 30, 2005) at UW-Stevens Point.

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Couple Arrested for Possible Hurricane Fraud

Updated: 09/30/2005 - A couple from down south is in the Portage County jail tonight. Police arrested them for posing as hurricane victims. The Red Cross says the man and woman claimed they were storm survivors and needed help. But according to police they aren't who they say they are. And a Stevens Point man may have found that out after it was too late.

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Gas Prices Won't Cut Patrols

Updated: 09/29/2005 - You may be cutting back on driving because of high gas prices, but don't expect the sheriff to.

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Language Discrimination a Computer Error

Updated: 09/29/2005 - It was a misunderstanding. That's what Great Lakes Cheese is saying about accusations that they cut pay for workers who don't speak English.

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Readying Your Rifle for Hunting Season

Updated: 09/29/2005 - For many hunters, there's no better feeling than loading up that rifle and getting ready for the gun deer season. Experts say now is the best time to make sure your gun is working properly.

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How's This Year's Pumpkin Crop?

Updated: 09/29/2005 - This year's pumpkin crop is ready for picking, but how good they are depends on where you live.

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Schofield Man Gets Presidential Pardon

Updated: 09/29/2005 - Michael Pozorski was convicted in 1988 of possessing an unregistered firearm and was sentenced to four years probation. Now, he's been pardoned by President Bush

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New Dock Rules

Updated: 09/29/2005 - The DNR Board has approved new guidelines for half a million piers in our state.

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High School Athlete Dies

Updated: 10/13/2005 - An autopsy is planned Thursday (September 29, 2005) to figure out what caused a 15-year-old boy to collapse Wednesday (September 28, 2005) at football practice, and die a short time later.

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Is Islam Compatible With Democracy?

Updated: 09/29/2005 - Some local and national experts are going to debate that question Thursday (September 29, 2005) night at UW-Marathon County.

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Local Musicians Set the Stage for Itzhak Perlman

Updated: 09/29/2005 - It's was an unforgettable night for classical music fans in our area. The Grand Theater in Wausau hosted a world famous violinist. To top it off, many musicians from our area performed their own pre-show concerts.

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Stressing Out About Work

Updated: 09/28/2005 - Everyone seems to be stressed out by their jobs from time to time whether it's deadlines, a lack of resources, or even your co-workers. But experts say that can take a toll.

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Merrill May Close Two Schools

Updated: 09/28/2005 - There are two elementary schools in our area in jeopardy of closing. The Merrill School District is the latest to face some steep budget cuts, and the closings could help them save some much-needed money.

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Banned Books Week

Updated: 09/29/2005 - Imagine if your favorite book was gone from your local library's shelves, solely based on its topic.

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