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Latest on Adams County Wildfire

Updated: 05/06/2005 - Firefighters in Adams County are battling what is easily one of the biggest wildfires in recent Wisconsin history. It's destroying land and forcing hundreds out of their homes. Newschannel Seven has had crews on the scene of this massive fire since Thursday afternoon.

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Health Career Fair

Updated: 05/05/2005 - Some people are already employed. Others are just getting out of school. But they said they liked what was on display at Thursday’s career fair.

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Meet Our Winning Makeover Mom

Updated: 05/05/2005 - Diane McKinney is our choice for this year's Newschannel 7 Mother's Day Makeover and it's easy to understand why.

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Drug Awareness Day

Updated: 05/05/2005 - Sometimes telling your kids about the dangers and consequences of drug use isn't enough, but how else do you discourage it without letting them learn the hard way?

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Healthy Hmong Women

Updated: 05/05/2005 - One of Wausau's biggest portions of the population learns the importance of self breast exams and mammograms and how to teach their non-English speaking family members and friends all the knowledge they gained at the session.

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High-Speed Chase

Updated: 05/05/2005 - It’s a busy Thursday morning (May 5, 2005) for the Marathon County Sheriff's Department investigating a high-speed chase ending just south of Mosinee.

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Day Three of Kevin Zarm Trial

Updated: 05/04/2005 - The state calls its first witness to testify against Wausau's accused arsonist.

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Meth Boot Camp, Part 2

Updated: 05/05/2005 - For 11 years, Jeremy Lacoe was lost in the depths of a meth addiction.

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397th Battalion Returns From Afghanistan

Updated: 05/04/2005 - They spent a year away from home fighting the War on Terror, but now they're back in their families' arms. Soldiers from the 397th Engineer Battalion are back in North Central Wisconsin after spending the last 12 months in Afghanistan.

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Meth Boot Camp

Updated: 05/04/2005 - March 17, 2003, it's the day he was caught, and his eight years of meth use finally came to an end.

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Stevens Point School Referendum Passes

Updated: 05/04/2005 - With the threat of major program cuts hanging over their heads, voters in the Stevens Point School District head to the polls, and they have overwhelmingly approved a $2.5 million referendum to keep those programs going.

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Opening Statements in Arson Trial

Updated: 05/04/2005 - The trial begins for accused arsonist Kevin Zarm as the defense and prosecution detailed for 14 jury members what's in store for the next four weeks.

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Phishing Prevention

Updated: 05/03/2005 - It's the latest and most common form of online identity theft, and hackers could infiltrate your e-mail.

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Union Workers Fight for Contract

Updated: 05/04/2005 - Employees of Hurd Millwork Co. in Merrill have been working for six months with no contract, but they say they want security.

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Garden Tips

Updated: 05/04/2005 - It's May, which is pretty hard to believe when you consider all the below freezing nights we've had lately, and that weather can take its toll on outdoor, flowering plants.

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Dam Safety Awareness Week

Updated: 05/01/2005 - From "7 On Your Side," a warning about river dams and how dangerous they are this time of year.

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"Spring Fling" for Seniors

Updated: 05/01/2005 - It sure didn't feel like spring outside on Sunday, but that didn't stop dozens of senior citizens from celebrating the season at the Holiday Inn.

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Bishop Weighs In on Possible Church Realignment

Updated: 05/01/2005 - Some of Wausau's Catholic churches could be in for some big changes with possible closings or mergings to take place. That decision will be up to the bishop of the La Crosse Diocese, who says it's an issue many other dioceses are working through as well.

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Curbing Crime or Causing More?

Updated: 04/29/2005 - Some concerned citizens believe that when pharmacies pull cold medicine from their shelves to prevent meth producers from obtaining the drug, they're going to cause more crimes like burglary.

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Mock Accident Shows Dangers of Drinking and Driving

Updated: 04/29/2005 - You can tell your kids to not drink and drive, but they may listen more if they see firsthand what can happen if they do. It's worked for some area students who witnessed a mock car crash Friday.

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