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Social Security Struggle

Updated: 03/22/2005 - No matter who you ask, they'll probably tell you there's a problem, but just how big that problem is depends on who you talk to, and some say Social Security isn't going anywhere.

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First Suspect in Bar Arson Enters Plea

Updated: 03/22/2005 - A former employee of Lance's Never Inn is facing sentencing for helping to set fire to the Grand Rapids nightclub.

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Appeals Court Rules in Snowmobiler Death Lawsuit

Updated: 03/22/2005 - The state appeals court will not revive a Price County widow's lawsuit. It was filed after her husband was killed in a freak accident on a snowmobile trail.

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Clarifying Rhinelander's School Referendum

Updated: 03/22/2005 - Residents in Rhinelander will soon vote on a multi-million dollar referendum to help maintain programs in the school district, but the wording of the ballot question has a lot of people confused and wondering how much the district is actually asking for.

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Obey Weighs In

Updated: 03/21/2005 - Wisconsin's congressmen have differing opinions about that decision to send Terri Schiavo's case to a federal judge.

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Controlling Your Own Destiny

Updated: 03/22/2005 - All it takes is a couple of hours, it's free, and it can help you avoid a difficult situation for yourself and your family members. It's called a Power of Attorney Advanced Directive, and it's already helped a number of local families deal with a loved one's passing.

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Economic Impact of March Madness

Updated: 03/20/2005 - The first weekend of March Madness is officially in the books, and what a weekend it's been for the two Wisconsin teams in the tourney. Add to that their success on the court, which has helped local taverns and restaurants bring in lots of dollars.

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Area Scouts Receive Highest Rank

Updated: 03/24/2005 - It's the highest rank they can achieve, and Sunday in Weston, two Boy Scouts from our area received that honor when they were inducted as Eagle Scouts.

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7 On Your Side: Gas Saving Tips

Updated: 03/18/2005 - AAA officials say there's no end in sight to those rising gas prices, but there are some steps you can take to make your gas last longer.

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High Speed Chase Turns Deadly

Updated: 03/18/2005 - An 18-year-old man leads Oneida County sheriff's deputies on a high speed chase all the way to Lincoln County.

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St. Patty's Day in Wausau

Updated: 03/18/2005 - How does a town that's primarily German and Polish celebrate St. Patrick's Day? Easily!

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NTC Contract Battle

Updated: 03/18/2005 - College officials say they've reached a standstill in the contracts talks and are filing for arbitration, but the instructors say the talks are anything but a standstill. In fact, they say the negotiations have barely begun.

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Girls Hockey Team in the Making

Updated: 03/18/2005 - Three area School Boards are giving the thumbs up for a girls hockey team after two years of planning. Now there are just a few more steps until the team is finalized.

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Workplace Safety Tips

Updated: 03/16/2005 - With no arrests made yet, there is a risk that the burglars will strike again, so we talked with the Wausau Police Department on how to help keep your workplace safe.

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Wausau Burglaries

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Police say they don't have any suspects in mind for the crimes that were committed in Wausau Tuesday night, but they do think that once they find the perpetrators they'll also have solved a number of other area burglaries.

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Twelve-Year-Old Saves Sister, Self From Fire

Updated: 03/16/2005 - Do your kids know what to do and where to go if a fire breaks out in your home? Those lessons paid off for a Wood County boy who's credited with saving himself and sister after their house caught on fire this weekend.

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Traveling Lawmakers

Updated: 03/15/2005 - A lot of people were in Merrill on Tuesday looking to get help for the programs that are important to them.

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Too Lenient?

Updated: 03/15/2005 - A new federal law that's supposed to eliminate pollution would actually make it easier for power plants to pump more mercury into Wisconsin's environment.

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State Super Campaigns in Wausau

Updated: 03/15/2005 - Our state's superintendent of public instruction wants to keep her job, and she's making her way around our area to voice her future plans for education in Wisconsin.

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